Monday, 23 October 2017

Stylish block with apartment to let

DEMAND for high-quality, well-positioned accommodation is on the increase as tenants home in on attractive and comfortable surroundings, according to

DEMAND for high-quality, well-positioned accommodation is on the increase as tenants home in on attractive and comfortable surroundings, according to the Savills Henley lettings team.

This emphasis helps explain the appeal of the elegant apartments at Perpetual House says Ali Bird, who is now marketing the latest of five to hit the rental market through Savills in the last few months.

Formerly the headquarters of Invesco Perpetual, the impressive building in the heart of Henley was converted into stylish apartments in 2010 and has since then captured the imagination of a range of tenants.

Ali said: “We have let four apartments at this luxury development in January alone and in total we have nine which are currently let.

“Perpetual House is popular with professional people — some of whom want an attractive local base during the week while working for the large companies in our area. It is also a draw for young couples who have made the move out of London but need to be able to commute as, of course, the station is virtually on the doorstep.

“Relocation agents favour both the central Henley location and the specification which means efficient running costs for their corporate clients, while overseas tenants like the clean lines and overall style. With a lift to all floors, Perpetual House is also of great interest to mature tenants who may have sold a family home and are downsizing to a more manageable property in the midst of a vibrant town.”

No 19 Perpetual House, a two-bedroom, first floor apartment with one parking space is currently available unfurnished at £1,500pcm.For more information on this and other letting opportunities in the town and surrounding villages, please contact Ali Bird at Savills Henley lettings on (01491) 843002.

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