- Availability date: 14 Nov 2020
- Deposit: £1065
- Long term let
Stunning Mid- terraced Home Three Double Bedrooms En-Suite To Master Garage & Off-Road Parking Highly Desired East Leake Location
A stunning example of three-story living comes in the shape of this three-bedroom semi-detached home. Built by David Wilson Homes in their ‘Kennett’ design. The property is unfurnished.
Upon entering through the front door you will be greeted by an entrance hallway with access to a spacious, living room. There is also a ground floor W.C off the hall. The ground floor is complete with a fitted kitchen diner, with french doors to the rear garden. Gas combi boiler for central heating & hot water
Moving up to the first floor, are two double bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Occupying the entire top floor, the Master Bedroom provides another fantastic feature to this three-story home with a light and spacious getaway, the Master Bedroom also enjoys the privacy of an en-suite.
The rear garden is a relatively low maintenance space, with a patio area close to the house, the largest area laid to lawn,
There is a single garage with off-road parking for two cars, and a small, low maintenance front garden.
Ground Floor –
Lounge – 15’2 x 12’4
Kitchen Diner – 15’8 x 10’7
W.C – 5’2 x 3
First Floor –
Bedroom Two – 13’8 x 8’10
Bedroom Three – 12’1 x 8’10
Bathroom – 8’3 x 6’7
Second Floor –
Master Bedroom – 19’1 x 15’6
En-Suite – 9’10 x 3’11
Minimum 9 Month initial let
EPC Rating B
Rent £925.00 per month
Holding Deposit £210.00
Tenancy Deposit £1065.00
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Holding deposits (a maximum of 1 week’s rent);
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Utilities, communication services (eg. telephone, broadband), TV licence and council tax;
Interest payments for the late payment of rent (up to 3% above Bank of England’s annual percentage rate);
Reasonable costs for replacement of lost keys or other security devices;
Contractual damages in the event of the tenant’s default of a tenancy agreement; and
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