Building Details :

Building Name : MO1
Building Name In Japanese : エム・オー・ワン
Address : 1-3-4 Fukagawa,
Koto-ku,
Tokyo
Japanese Classification : 1LDK
Property Size (sq.m.) : 38.84
When Built : 2008
Building Category : Mansion
Property Floor : 3F out of 11
Direction Facing : SW
Building Materials : RC
Line Name :
  • Tozai-Line
  • Hanzomon-Line
Station Name :
  • Monzennakacho
  • Kiyosumishirakawa
Walk/Bus :
  • 4
  • 10

Costs/Guarantor :

Monthly Rent : ¥139,000
Monthly Maintenance : ¥6,000
Months Agent Fee : 1

Chattels/Fittings :

Elevator : Yes
Autolock : Yes
System Kitchen : Yes
Veranda/Garden : Yes
Wood Flooring : Yes
Air Conditioner/Heater : Yes
Internet/Broadband : Yes
Satellite TV : Yes
ZUIHO INC.
MT Estate Bldg 5F 1-4-20 Yaesu,
Chuo-ku,
Tokyo,
103-0028
Main Contact Info :
phone: 03-3548-0254
email: info@trust-residence.com
Trust-Residence is professional team of real estate agency. Our staff have much experience in the field of real estate agency business in areas around Tokyo. We always have a large number of property information, (e.g. no deposit, no key money) and find perfect apartments especially for expatriates, workers in Japanese company or foreign company and international students and can also solve customer problems about contracts or school. We guarantee you can find the best properties for the best deal.

Last Updated: 2012-07-26 06:00:00

Created: 2012-07-26 02:00:00

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