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Smart double bedroom close to South Quay DLR station in Isle of Dogs
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Smart double bedroom close to South Quay DLR station in Isle of Dogs

From 27 May 2024

£207 £845 /month
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Cosy double bedroom close to Mudchute Park and Farm in Isle of Dogs
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Cosy double bedroom close to Mudchute Park and Farm in Isle of Dogs

From 29 May 2024

£1,127 /month
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Comfortable single bedroom near Preston Road Station in Wembley
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Comfortable single bedroom near Preston Road Station in Wembley

From 27 May 2024

£695 /month
Bills included
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Smug double bedroom in Isle of Dogs
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Smug double bedroom in Isle of Dogs

From 07 Jun 2024

£243 £997 /month
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Charming double bedroom close to Columbia Road Flower Market in Bethnal Green
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Charming double bedroom close to Columbia Road Flower Market in Bethnal Green

From 30 May 2024

£283 £1,170 /month
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Large double bedroom next to Bethnal Green tube station
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Large double bedroom next to Bethnal Green tube station

From 27 May 2024

£324 £1,344 /month
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Bright double bedroom not far from the Queen Mary University of London in Whitechapel/Brick Lane
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Bright double bedroom not far from the Queen Mary University of London in Whitechapel/Brick Lane

From 27 May 2024

£932 /month
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Homely double bedroom in Isle of Dogs
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Homely double bedroom in Isle of Dogs

From 07 Jun 2024

£1,257 /month
Pleasant single bedroom in the Old Town borough
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Pleasant single bedroom in the Old Town borough

From 27 May 2024

£373 £1,200 /month
Very comfy double bedroom in Croydon
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Very comfy double bedroom in Croydon

From 27 May 2024

£420 £1,400 /month
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Welcoming double ensuite bedroom near Swiss-Cottage tube  in Hampstead
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Welcoming double ensuite bedroom near Swiss-Cottage tube in Hampstead

From 06 Jun 2024

£1,344 /month
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Lovely double bedroom near New City College in Poplar
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Lovely double bedroom near New City College in Poplar

From 27 May 2024

£243 £975 /month
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Cozy bedroom in a shared flat near London Zoo in Kentish Town
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Cozy bedroom in a shared flat near London Zoo in Kentish Town

From 04 Jun 2024

£1,105 /month
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Cushy double bedroom close to Plaistow Park
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Cushy double bedroom close to Plaistow Park

From 28 May 2024

£202 £845 /month
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Lovely twin bedroom near Stave Hill Ecological Park in Peckham
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Lovely twin bedroom near Stave Hill Ecological Park in Peckham

From 27 May 2024

£258 £1,062 /month
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Smart double bedroom near Tower Bridge in Peckham
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Smart double bedroom near Tower Bridge in Peckham

From 27 May 2024

£273 £1,127 /month
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Cosy double bedroom near Limehouse Waterside & Marina
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Cosy double bedroom near Limehouse Waterside & Marina

From 27 May 2024

£293 £1,192 /month
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Bright double bedroom close to Westcombe Park train station
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Bright double bedroom close to Westcombe Park train station

From 27 May 2024

£1,192 /month
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Inviting double bedroom near the Greenwich Park
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Inviting double bedroom near the Greenwich Park

From 27 May 2024

£263 £1,105 /month
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Pleasant double bedroom not far from Charlton Rail station
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Pleasant double bedroom not far from Charlton Rail station

From 27 May 2024

£1,105 /month
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Snug double bedroom close to North Greenwich tube station
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Snug double bedroom close to North Greenwich tube station

From 27 May 2024

£1,170 /month
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Double bedroom with balcony near Manor House Tube in Hackney
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Double bedroom with balcony near Manor House Tube in Hackney

From 03 Jun 2024

£1,430 /month
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Modern bedroom in a shared flat in the neighbourhood of Greenwich
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Modern bedroom in a shared flat in the neighbourhood of Greenwich

From 30 May 2024

£1,430 /month
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Homely double bedroom in Leyton
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Homely double bedroom in Leyton

From 27 May 2024

£720 /month
Bills included

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