1 Bedroom Apartment Let
Elvington, Dover CT15
- Ground Floor Apartment
- Good Size Bedroom & Lounge
- Pet Friendly
- Near to Shops and Schools
- Green Space
- Village location
- Service Type: Managed
- Furnishing: Unfurnished
- Contract Length: Long Term
- Council Tax: A
- Available From: 11-09-2021
- No Sharers
- No Smokers
- No Children
- Security Deposit £475
The apartment has been decorated with a modern colour scheme and is a Set situated in quiet cul-de-sac in a popular village location.
The property comprises of a good size double bedroom/lounge. A modern kitchen and bathroom with shower over bath.
Elvington is a small pit village on a ridge in between Canterbury and Dover in the county of Kent in Southeast England. Located near Eythorne , Elvington was mostly built in the early 20th Century to serve the nearby coal mine at Tilmanstone,
APPLICANT PROFILE This landlord will only consider applicants with an income of at least £14,250 per annum (jointly). Forms of considered income are:
* Basic salary for contracted hours only
* Tax Credits
* Pensions or a mixture of these.
Forms of income which will be considered on a case-by-case basis are:
* Liquid funds
* Benefits awarded by means of a benefit award letter
The landlord will not accept children. Applicants who will be sharing, those with pets or those who smoke will not be considered for this property.
A refundable holding deposit of £105.00 is payable upon acceptance of your application. All income must be evidenced by documents. Applicants cannot be considered without the above income requirement also being met. Consideration is given to those who are legally disabled or in receipt of Personal Independence Payment (PIP), formerly Disability Living Allowance (DLA). All applicants are expected to have a clean credit score and a positive landlord reference if they are currently in rented accommodation.
Applicants will be asked to produce government issued photographic ID as well as a recent proof of address such as a utility bill, a council tax bill or a letter from your employer, but not a bank statement or a mobile phone bill. We would ask for your cooperation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the let (subject to references and subject to contract).
Please contact Martin & Co for full details.