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Harlequin Executive Apartments , Watford, Hertfordshire

Harlequin Executive Apartments
Ovaltine Court
Watford
Hertfordshire

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This delightful luxury apartment overlooking the Grand Union canal close to the village of Kings Langley ideally situated close to the M25 & M1 within 20 minutes of London. Only 8 minutes walk of the Kings Langley rail station, which is 1 stop to Watford Junction and only 18 minutes to London. There are delightful walks along the Grand Union Canal. Shopping and Restaurants in the quaint village of Kings Langley. This is only one stop from Watford Town, which boasts the Harlequin Shopping Centre with all major shops coffee bars and restaurants and the famous Palace Theatre,Collosium and Watford football club ground at Vicarage Rd. London and all its major attraction are only 18 minutes from the junction station.The apartment consists of 2 double bedrooms , and 2 bathrooms one of which is en-suite. There is a large kitchen , dining and lounge area with Juliet balcony overlooking the communal gardens and canal.

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Parking - £1 per 24 hours
Children Welcome
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
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Central Heating
Linen Provided
Washing Machine
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