Savills | Wood Crescent, Television Centre, White City, London, W12 7GS | Properties to rent | New Developments to rent
800 sq ft(74.32 sq m)
Guide price £550
Weekly + Fees apply

Wood CrescentTelevision Centre, White City, London, W12 7GS

  • Managed by Savills
  • Unfurnished

Key features

  • Two double bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Bright and spacious reception space
  • Modern fully fitted kitchen
  • Concierge
  • Gym/cinema room/ swimming pool
  • Fantastic local amenities
  • Great transport links
  • Council Tax Band = F

*3D Virtual Viewing Tour* A 2 bedroom apartment on the fourth floor of Wood Crescent which is part of the Television Centre development in White City.

About this property

  • A 2 bedroom apartment on the fourth floor of Wood Crescent which is part of the Television Centre development in White City.

    The apartment offers a spacious reception/kitchen area with luxury built in appliances, a brilliant amount of light and large glass bi-folding doors opening up onto a balcony.

    The master bedroom has its own en suite bathroom with a shower and a walk-in wardrobe. The second bedroom has in-built storage and is served by a large bathroom with a bath.

    Residents benefit from a range of amenities including 24-hour concierge, residents lounge, screening room and meeting rooms. The apartment also benefits from a 27,000 sqft gym by SOHO HOUSE beneath the former BBC HQ's ‘doughnut' building with a luxury spa and 17 meter swimming pool.

    Applicant note: This flat overlooks stage 2 of the Television Centre re-development. This particular site will oversee the construction of a residential Tower and Crescent. Works are penciled to start at the end of 2021/2022.

A well laid out two bedroom apartment available at a great price

Anthony CalderProperty agent

Local information

  • Television Centre is situated in West London on the edge of Shepherd's Bush next to Westfield Shopping centre amongst the overall 145 acre regeneration of White City. This ambitious project includes the creation of a new academic hub and campus for Imperial College London, new homes and new public park, the expansion of Westfield London including the new John Lewis, and the redevelopment of the former BBC Media village into a new office quarter – White City Place. Television Centre has easy access to London's vast established transport network. In addition to White City and Wood Lane Underground stations, the area is served by excellent Overground, bus and road routes into the West End, the City, Canary Wharf and beyond.
  • Television Centre will be alive day and night, with new office buildings designed by award-winning practices AHMM and Duggan Morris at the centre of the development's vitality. Soho House hotel will provide 47 bedrooms with views over the famous Television Centre terraces as well as a restaurant at ground floor level.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = B