This lovely Soho 1 bedroom flat rental has all the amenities you could need in an affordable location in the popular area of Poland Street at Broadwick Street. This is just a quick walk to Regents Square, which is so desirable with its many offerings. Larger than a studio apartment, this Soho 1 bedroom flat rental has just come on the market and is competitively priced at just £1,863/month.
When you walk into the flat you are greeted with a large reception room that has light hardwood flooring for the entire apartment. Only the kitchen and bath have tiled floors, in fact, the entire bathroom is modern and tiled. There are windows that face the warm southern exposure along the far wall, and plenty of space to have both your reception room to relax in and an area for a dining table.
The kitchen in this Soho 1 bedroom flat rental is stark and clean white. With a number of drawers and cabinets, you will have no problems with storage. The oven and hood exhaust fan are stainless steel, as is the sink which has a pot style faucet for convenience. You’ll enjoy standing at the sink with a window to look out of.
The 1 bedroom in this flat is carpeted for comfort and warmth. There is a double wide wardrobe for clothes that are accessed by sliding doors. There is a double length window on the far wall and the room would easily accommodate a full-size bed.
No matter where you work in London you’ll find it easy to commute by bus or by tube. You are just a half mile from both Tottenham Court Road Tube Station and Oxford Circus Tube Station. When you are at the corner of Poland Street and Broadwick Street places you are surrounded by restaurants! BAO, Mildred’s, Ping Pong, Bodean’s BBQ, Chipotle, The Breakfast Club, Princi and Yauatcha Soho. Poland Street the opposite side of Broadwick Street puts you right on Oxford Street. There are countless shops and even a gallery and the London Palladium nearby.
If you thought there were a lot of restaurants to choose from, there are even more bars and pubs and clubs in Soho. To name just a few are the Coach & Horses, which is a renovated 18th-century building, the art deco building of The White Horse pub, or the Victorian flavors of The Queen’s Head Ale pub, and The Dog & Duck pub.
For an old-school, gay party bar head to the Admiral Duncan. The Royal George is the spot for traditional pub offerings. Don’t forget Waxy O’Connor’s 6 levels of the Irish pub, and the mirror finished basement bar cheekily named The Sun & 13 Cantons. One thing is for certain, you will not run out of things to do with this Soho 1 bedroom flat rental.