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This well-proportioned studio apartment is on the fourth floor of this beautiful red brick building, situated in the heart of London's fashionable Mayfair, neighbouring the famous Berkeley Square.
The apartment is set over 266 sq ft and comprises a large living room area, modern bathroom, and a unique kitchenette.
Hill Street is situated in the heart of Mayfair and number 39 is an Art Deco apartment block comprising a selection of studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments. The apartments provide contemporary living accommodation, lift to all floors and an on-site building manager.
Within close proximity to 39 Hill Street is the restaurant Green House which has two Michelin stars accredited to it. The area also benefits from a number of prep schools and a variety of members clubs.
While retaining a strong local community feel, Mayfair has been one of London's finest residential areas since the 18th century and has attracted a number of exclusive shops and world famous restaurants, such as Scotts, Sexy Fish, C London and Claridges. The countless number of luxurious shops includes Fortnum and Mason, Selfridges and Fenwicks as well as individual boutiques such as Victoria Beckham, Chanel, Gucci and renowned celebrity tailors on historic Savile Row. The building is also within walking distance of historic Bond Street, Burlington Arcade and well respected auction houses, such as Bonhams and Phillips.
The fine architecture and village atmosphere that Mayfair has to offer makes it a great place to live.
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.