Rent At Rehearsal Rooms For A Great Social Life And Your Own Veg Patch

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Rent At Rehearsal Rooms For A Great Social Life And Your Own Veg Patch

This is a sponsored article on behalf of Rehearsal Rooms.

A panoramic view from the rooftop terrace.

Renting in London is often a cramped, anti-social and haphazard affair but it doesn't have to be. The Rehearsal Rooms development, located by the former BBC Television rehearsal rooms, is redefining the renter's rulebook with its community-focused apartments.

London's latest build-to-rent scheme understands that home should be a place you look forward to returning, therefore social interaction is key.

Whether it's firing up the terrace barbecue on a sunny weekend, settling in for a film marathon in the communal lounge area, or bonding over fruit and veg on your own rooftop allotment (a real perk when you consider you can be waiting up to 40 years for an allotment in some London boroughs) this development has done its best to create a social scene as well as place to call home. Looking for a gym buddy? You can choose to take part in fitness classes and other events organised for residents. Just fancy a chat? Meet your neighbours for coffee in the communal lounge area (it's free!).

Residents are encouraged to grow their own on the rooftop allotment.

And what of the apartments? They're a far cry from the shoebox horror stories we're used to reading about. Choose from one, two and three-bed apartments — each comes with its own balcony. The interiors are bright and modern while floor-to-ceiling windows create light-filled living areas.

Opt for one of the furniture packages which are available at an extra cost for a minimal-effort move or bring your belongings if you want to put your own stamp on your new home. Check out the photos below.

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Run out of milk? There's a handy Sainsbury's on the ground level, and cyclists will be pleased to hear there's a secure bicycle storage area. DIY skills not up to scratch? Just use the app to report maintenance issues. There's free WiFi throughout and the on-site concierge will be on hand to sort out a fault or repair, replace lost keys, take deliveries, recommend local amenities and answer your questions.

These west London pads are well located, without the zone one price tag. With four Underground lines and two National Rail stations nearby, you can be in central London in 22 minutes and among Notting Hill's boutique shops in just 16 minutes. But if you prefer a night out closer to home, residents also get discounts at local bars and restaurants. Plus, not many people can say their local is well-loved pub The Castle, where actors used to grab a pint after sessions in the BBC's old rehearsal rooms.

Interested? Just fill out this enquiry form to take a peek around your future pad.

Last Updated 24 July 2017