A flat in an Art Deco mansion block that was the fictional home of Poirot has gone up for rent.

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A flat in a ten-storey Art Deco mansion block that was the fictional home of TV detective Hercule Poirot has gone up for rent for £1,950 a month.<br />
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Grade II listed Florin Court in East London was used for filming the long-running ITV series about Agatha Christie's iconic detective.<br />
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The one-bedroom ground floor flat includes a double bedroom, an open plan reception room and kitchen, and a study or home office and<br />
a marble-tiled family bathroom.<br />
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The exterior of the building has strong Art Deco motifs, many of which were used in the filming of Poirot, for 24 years, from 1989 to 2013.