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By 2025, the number of people in the Private Rental Sector is set to rise by 1.8 million according to RICS[1], as homeownership levels fall to their lowest in 30 years. With almost half of under 25s citing a preference for renting over getting a mortgage[2], more rental homes are needed to keep up with demand. Catering to this growing market, Folio London has just launched an impressive range of rental apartments at Coral Court, located in Enfield, North London, ideal for young Londoners looking for a brand new home in the capital.

Coral Court is a collection of contemporary one, two and three bedroom apartments which will be available through Folio’s straightforward renting scheme. With fast application responses, dedicated property managers and an emergency hotline for maintenance. Residents can rest easy, knowing their home is managed by one of the largest property firms in the country.

Folio London is the private rental arm of Notting Hill Housing Group, a not-for-profit organisation which has been providing homes for Londoners for over 50 years. Members of ARLA and CIH, Folio London owns and manages apartments and houses across the capital, helping renters find a home that’s right for them.

Lizzie Stevens, Head of Market Rent at Folio London, comments: “Private rentals have been becoming increasingly popular for young Londoners, due to their inherent flexibility and convenience. Coral Court offers thoughtfully designed modern properties, ideally located to take advantage of all that the capital has to offer. Additionally, renting with Folio London could not be easier; guidance is available at each step, and moving into an apartment could take place within a matter of days.”

Apartments at Coral Court are available in a range of styles and shapes. All boast spacious living areas and generously proportioned bedrooms designed to a contemporary specification, offering the height of modern London living.

Kitchens are fully-fitted with modern Premiere stone grey units, chrome finishes, and boast a range of Indesit appliances, including a stainless steel oven and an integrated fridge / freezer. Bathrooms are thoughtfully designed and come finished with ceramic tiling to walls and floors, and crisp, white sanitary ware.

A range of local amenities are available to residents at Coral Court. For some retail therapy, The Mall at Wood Green offers a wealth of high street names, while closer to home, a range of independent retailers can be found. The weekly shop can be completed with ease, thanks to Sainsbury’s Local, Asda and Waitrose all within easy reach. Slightly further afield, west-end shopping can be directly reached with the Piccadilly Line. For those who prefer to get outdoors, Arnos swimming pool is close by, while Groveland’s Park is just a short drive away.

A haven for commuters, Coral Court is well served by nearby Arnos Grove tube station, reaching Piccadilly Circus in less than half an hour. New Southgate and Bowes Park stations on the London Overground are also close by, offering connections to Moorgate in 20 minutes.  A number of local bus routes also operate from outside the development.

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