Serviced Apartments to Rent at Ferrum Building, Wembley Park
If you're looking for serviced apartments to rent in Wembley, look no further than the fabulous Ferrum Building in Wembley Park. Formerly a Tipi apartment building, it's super cool with New York warehouse-inspired interiors combined with exposed brick and pops of colour. Ferrum's serviced apartments are ultra-modern, available on a furnished or unfurnished basis, and include free superfast wifi. They're inspired by loft-style living, with high ceilings and gorgeous full-length windows. Expect spectacular views, especially from the south-facing apartments, and a stylish blend of modern appliances with vintage features. Choosing to rent a serviced apartment in Ferrum Building also means zero stress when it comes to setting up your utilities. Everything is already ready to go on your arrival, followed by a single monthly bill for utilities and rent which breaks down your usage and what you're paying for it.
About Ferrum Building (Formerly a Tipi Rental)
Owned by our partner Quintain Living, the Ferrum building offers some of the smartest serviced apartments to rent in London - let alone Wembley. And, the chic living doesn’t end with the flats. The building itself is amazing and includes a training gym, a homeworking lounge for residents, gardens with BBQ and dining spaces, and an incredible roof terrace. The Ferrum building is one of several serviced apartments buildings to rent in Wembley Park, and is situated very close to other similar buildings. This extends the strong sense of community out from Ferrum and into the surrounding area, giving ample opportunities for meet-ups, networking and making friends.
Pet-Friendly Serviced Apartments to Rent in Wembley Park, London
Finding a pet-friendly serviced apartment to rent in London is a tricky feat, but Ferrum welcomes furry companions within its walls. This means you and your fluffy friend(s) can move in and enjoy the fantastic living space together. Pet-friendly serviced apartments are a rarity, so renters should move fast to avoid missing out.