182 apartments now available to rent in landmark south west London development

6th November, 2017

  • The development in Colliers Wood is the regeneration of the iconic Brown and Root Tower, once voted London’s ugliest building.

  • The one and two bedroom apartments start at £1,350pcm.

182 apartments are available for rent in Britannia Point, Colliers Wood, through Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward (KFH).

The seventeen storey, glass clad building is the redevelopment of the iconic Brown and Root Tower and comprises one and two bedroom apartments with retail and leisure facilities on the ground floor. Voted London’s ugliest building in 2006, the block has undergone a striking transformation by developer, Criterion Capital.

Starting at £1,350pcm, the apartments offer an open plan living room with bespoke fitted kitchens and wooden flooring. All the bedrooms have inbuilt storage and contemporary three piece shower rooms. The properties are available from 1st November 2017 and will be released six floors at a time.

Two weeks rent free is available for tenants who move into an apartment before the end of November.*

In Zone 3, Colliers Wood borders both Tooting and Wimbledon and is an excellent location for both professionals, families and students. Colliers Wood offers direct access into Central London via the Northern Line.

Esmee Jones, Regional Lettings Director at KFH says: “Britannia Point offers impressive accommodation with great transport links. Both Waterloo and Bank stations are 25 minutes away, directly accessed on the Northern Line. The popularity of Wimbledon and Tooting is spreading to Colliers Wood making it a sought after area with great amenities and restaurants.”

KFH is joint lettings agent with SW19. For more information and lettings enquiries visit our Featured Developments page or contact KFH Tooting on 020 3792 4547.

* This limited time offer is available to any tenant(s) who pay the asking rent, sign a Tenancy Agreement for a minimum term of 12 months and move into an apartment at Britannia Point between 1-30 November 2017.