Ace Relocations are proud to present this stunning 3 double bedroom flat in Armfield Court, Crescent Lane, SW4 in a beautiful location a little walk from Clapham Common and North Stations.

The flat is fully furnished and spacious with a lovely modern dine-in kitchen with all appliances. There is also a gorgeous bathroom to share between the 3 rooms.

The £170pw Double a lovely furnished room for single occupancy, available NOW!

The £180pw Double a large furnished room for a single occupant or couple for £20pw surcharge. Available NOW!

All our houses are maintained and managed by Ace Relocations so you pay one monthly bill, and we will sort out the rest. Included in your monthly rental payment are all bills, such as Electricity, Water, Gas, Council Tax, Wifi and TV Licence.

We have provided your new home with a weekly cleaner for the communal areas to help you and your roomies to have a nice, clean and tidy home. We also provide free Wi-Fi for the whole household.

Your new housemates will be a mix of working professionals. The average age in our houses is around 26 years old. We try and create an even mix between guys and girls in our houses

Our properties are serviced weekly by professional cleaning companies. For a small fee of £1/ per day/ per room. They clean the kitchen, bathrooms and all other communal areas and your bedrooms, plus they provide soap and toilet paper in all bathrooms.

£195.00 per person agency fees apply (this covers all administration and referencing)
£265.00 for a Couple or 2 sharing the same room

Property Features

  • All bills included
  • Available to couples
  • Communal garden
  • Fully furnished
  • Garden
  • High speed fibre broadband
  • Large double room
  • Modern
  • Professional flatmates
  • Weekly cleaner


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