Jack's Parking Space to Rent in South Croydon



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A secure drive way with a parking space big enough for a people carrier looking forward to accommodate your car or van 🚗

many thanks

One month rental deposit (refundable)
Minimum rental: 1 month

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Space


Type Parking Space
Can Be Used For parking
Total Size 149.77 sq ft.
Price £65.99 /month
Dimensions 7.87ft x 19.03ft x 6.56ft
Minimum rental 1 month
Refundable Deposit 1 month

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Access


Full Space

You’ll be the only Guest storing in this space. Happy days!

Any Time

You’re free to access the space whenever you want.

Ground Level

This location is at ground level.



Location


SOUTH CROYDON | Postcode Area: CR2

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Host


Jack

Verified Host


Hi there I have a spare parking space on my drive way so thought could rent it out to who ever needs help with parking



Jack

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