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1 Bathroom
Green Park (0.1M)
Piccadilly Circus (0.4M)
Oxford Circus (0.5M)
A stunning, spacious and contemporary studio flat located in a prestigious development in the heart of Mayfair. This spectacular flat overlooks Green Park and the accommodation comprises; spacious studio room with fitted storage, en-suite modern bathroom with rainfall shower and separate fully fitted kitchen complete with modern appliances. Further benefits include internet, air conditioning and touch lighting. The development offers a 24 hour porter service and is conveniently located just moments from Green Park tube station with is on the Piccadilly line (Zone 1) and on the doorstep of the amenities of Central London.

Key Features

• Prestigious development
• Furnished
• 24 hour porter
• Internet included
• High specification
• Central location
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