A luxurious 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment for letting on the 22nd floor commanding north river facing views of the Wheel and Big Ben in the iconic Southbank Tower is available from 2/12/19 and brand new furniture has been installed
Comprising of 1364 sq ft of internal space, the fabulous apartment encompasses a fully fitted impressive kitchen, with an open plan reception room designed to entertain with northerly river views of the City, St Pauls and other famous London landmarks. The reception is bathed in natural light that pours in through the floor to ceiling windows throughout. Both the main bathroom and the en-suite are fully fitted to a superb standard. Both bedrooms are generously sized and include an abundance of storage space, which is true of the whole apartment as it makes excellent use of the space available.
The apartment is of an outstanding standard. Southbank Tower is a confident, soaring design that is a distinctive landmark on London's' cultural mile. The building is based between The Royal Festival Hall and Shakespeare's Globe and adjacent to the iconic Sea Containers House, now home to the Mondrian Hotel. With Southwark and Blackfriars Underground stations, a short distance away it allows quick access to Central London as well as connecting train stations to the airports and other parts of England.
Southbank Tower residents benefit from high-speed lift access, an indoor swimming pool and fully fitted gym for residents. Further situated on the 10th floor with breath-taking views of London, is a state of the art Residents Business centre, Residents Entertaining Lounge, Communal Roof garden and Cinema Room.
Excellent transport links and shops and amenities are nearby and the tower is located close to parks, garden squares, the river, hospitals and The Houses of Parliament. Located on the South Bank you are just a short distance to the
Transport links on your doorstep include; Southwark (0.4 miles), Blackfriars (0.4 miles) and Temple (0.7 miles) underground stations, Waterloo East (0.5 miles) for national rail and the new City Thameslink (0.6 miles).
Fees applicable for tenancies commencing from 1st June 2019 Fees and Charges for Tenants
The following is a detailed list of Fees and Charges that may be incurred during and after a Tenancy arranged by Coldwell Banker Southbank.
Changes to a Tenancy - If the Tenant requests a change to a Tenancy Agreement after the Tenancy has commenced and the Landlord is in agreement, there will be a charge of £50.00 Inc. VAT to change the Tenancy. If additional costs are incurred in securing permissions for such a change with a third party, these costs will be passed to the Tenant.
Key Replacement - If keys, fobs or other security devices are lost or damaged by the Tenant and we have to replace them, the Tenant will be liable for the reasonable costs of their replacement.
Late Payment - Interest will be charged at 3% over the Bank of EnglandÂ¿s base rate if a rent payment is more than 14 days overdue for each day that the payment remains outstanding.
Early Termination - If a Tenant wishes to terminate a Tenancy before the end of the fixed term or notice period contained in the Tenancy, the Tenant will be liable to pay the rent as required under the Tenancy until the end of the fixed term or notice period or until a suitable replacement tenant is found. The Tenant will also be liable for any losses incurred by the Landlord which may include costs for commission, referencing, check in / out, deposit registration, tenancy agreement, marketing and advertising. Contractual Damages. In the event that the Landlord incurs costs due to the TenantÂ¿s breach of contract or failure to fulfil the obligations contained in the contract, the Tenant will be liable for these costs.
(Charges correct as at 1st June 2019, subject to change without notice)
Client Money Protection (CMP) provided by: Lonsdale
The Property Ombudsman Scheme, Membership No: D13039-0
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