- Digital TV
- Video Entry
- 24 Hour Emergency Helpline & Service
- Dedicated Building Manager
An impressive interior designed 552 Sq Ft one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment located in Thornes House forming part of The Residence Collection in Nine Elms on London's iconic South Bank.
This luxury apartment is situated on the first floor of this prestigious building which features a 24-hour manned concierge along with a dedicated building manager, lift service, gym, media room, board room and secure underground parking.
An elegant Manhattan loft-style development of individually interior designed 1, 2 and 3-bedroom contemporary apartments with far-reaching views from private balconies and luxurious amenities situated in the heart of Nine Elms, London's newest and existing riverside district.
Residents will be able to enjoy the use of on-site gym, media room, board room, secure underground parking as well as Thornes House private landscaped podium gardens to unwind and relax.
Inspired by the skyscrapers of New York City, Thornes House is a self-contained block of apartments within The Residence development located in Zone 1 of London. Thornes House is ideally positioned between two new Northern Line underground stations (set to open in 2020), adding to the extensive transport links including tree lined footpaths, dedicated cycle lanes, Clipper river service, local buses and the Pimlico bridge providing direct access into the neighbouring Royal Borough's of Kensington and Chelsea.
Our tenant fees
Our agency will not progress an application until the holding deposit has been paid and an application form is completed and returned by the applicant(s). To avoid unnecessary delays, it’s important that you return your application form(s) within 48 hours.
The holding deposit is the equivalent of one week’s rent, which once paid, is offset against the total balance due.
A tenancy cannot be completed until the agreed first month’s rent and bond are paid in full. On occasions, the Landlord may request a guarantor in order to offer a tenancy subject to referencing. The holding deposit is non-refundable should following referencing, it is discovered that key material facts have been omitted or prove false which then leads to the Landlord declining your application.
By paying the holding deposit, the property you have reserved will be taken off the market and all future viewings cancelled, and it is therefore deemed fair that the tenant will receive no refund should they later decide not to take up the tenancy or fail to move in on the agreed proposed check in date.
If the Landlord decides against proceeding with the tenancy, the tenant will receive a full refund of all monies paid.