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£750pcm | £173pw

2 Bedroom Apartment

City Centre

Key Features

  • city centre location
  • part of a historic listed building
  • open plan living
  • underfloor heating
  • shared patio area
  • no parking available
  • 2 double bedrooms with built in wardrobes
  • en-suite shower room
  • cathedral ceiling upstairs
  • council tax band c
  • furnishing: unfurnished
  • contract length: long term
  • council tax: c
  • available now
  • security deposit: £865
  • no sharers
  • no smokers
  • no pets
  • no students

Property Description

This Townhouse in the City Centre is one of a small number of similar properties forming the recently redeveloped Tudor Hall on Rose Lane. Originally constructed in 1900, this listed building was converted into apartments and town homes a few years ago and each offers a high standard of living accommodation.

This particular property sits at the back of the development accessed by its own private lane shared only with a few of the other properties, thereby offering privacy and a degree of seclusion.

Built over two floors, the town home provides two double bedrooms with fitted mirror wardrobes, an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. Upstairs is the magnificent open plan living dining kitchen area utilising the whole of the top floor with its superb cathedral ceiling. The kitchen area is well fitted with all white goods. Outside, there is a patio area shared with one other property.

Please note that no parking is offered with the property.

The property is available to view now and is offered on the following basis;
No Smokers
No Pets
No Students
NO PARKING
Initial Contract Length: 12 months

Following viewing the property, if an applicant wishes to express their interest, they will need to contact Martin & Co Norwich. If invited to apply, a Holding Deposit equivalent to one weeks rent will be payable upon application. Provided the tenancy commences as planned, the Holding Deposit will act against the first month's rent. Prior to the start of any tenancy, we will require a Security Deposit, equivalent to 5 weeks rent be received, in cleared funds, in addition to the first month's rent (less the Holding Deposit).

PLEASE NOTE: If the applicant and/or guarantor(s) withdraw from the application, delay unreasonably in providing information during the application process, fail a Right to Rent check, provide information which is misleading, inaccurate, false or incomplete or fail to enter into the tenancy within 15 days (or other mutually agreed deadline) then we may retain the Holding Deposit and reject the application.

All individuals over the age of 18, who will be residing in the property, will be required to be fully referenced and named on the Tenancy Agreement and each Tenant will become 'jointly and severally liable'. Any individual not named on the Tenancy Agreement is not permitted to reside in the property.

The following guidelines are in place for all viewings:
- Please respect other viewers and do not arrive at the property ahead of your scheduled viewing time.
- You will be asked questions about your health before being permitted to enter a property.
- If you are exhibiting any symptoms of being unwell, you will not be permitted to enter the property.
- You will be required to wear a face covering for the duration of the viewing.
- You will be required to provide your own PPE and to dispose of these safely and away from the property following the viewing.
- You must respect social distancing guidelines at all times.
- You will not be permitted to touch ANYTHING within the property. Doors will be opened for you and lights turned on. If you require to view anything else not initially visible, please ask and we will attempt to facilitate this for you.
- If you repeatedly touch things, after being asked not to, you will be told to leave the property immediately.
- Only people who will be living in the property will be permitted to enter and no more than 2 people from the same household can view at one time. If you will be moving in with someone who is currently living in a different household, one of you will have to wait outside whilst the other views the property and then change places.
- Ideally, children will not attend viewings as it can be harder to control them touching things. If is absolutely impossible to view without children, you will be required to keep them under control at all times and if this is not done, you will be asked to leave the property. If there are two adults attending with a child, one adult must wait outside with the child whilst the other adult views and then change places. 
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