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£1,495pcm | £345pw

4 Bedroom End of Terrace House

Weavers Mead, Bolnore Village

Key Features

  • bolnore village location
  • garage
  • epc - c
  • 2 en suites
  • gch
  • patio
  • fitted kitchen
  • council tax band e
  • parking space
  • service type: managed
  • furnishing: unfurnished
  • contract length: long term
  • council tax: e
  • available now
  • security deposit: £1725
  • no smokers
  • no pets
  • no students

Property Description

Martin & Co are delighted to offer this well positioned 4 bedroom home situated in the popular location of Bolnore Village. The property which is a large end of terraced house, occupying an enviable location,on a very large plot, and being close to the woodland area of the village. The property is arranged over 2 floors and benefits from four bedrooms on the first floor, of which two have their own en-suite bathrooms, there are built in wardrobes to three of the bedrooms, and there is also a family bathroom on this floor. On the ground floor is a large cloakroom, a large kitchen which is modern in design and has integrated white goods, there is a large living room and separate dining room with patio doors leading onto the enclosed large rear garden. The property also benefits from a garage which is located in close proximity to the house. This property is in easy walking distance to local shops, and the village school. **Available Early June 2021** Sorry No pets. 10 MONTH LET ONLY

A holding deposit equivalent to 1 weeks rent will be required to reserve the property while referencing checks are being carried out. With the tenants' consent this holding deposit will be refunded against the first month's rent. The holding deposit can be retained if the applicant provides false or misleading information, fails Right to Rent checks, withdraws from the property or fails to take reasonable steps to enter into the tenancy. In accordance with the Tenant Fees Act applicants will be required to enter into the tenancy agreement no more than 15 days after paying the holding deposit. Failure to do so for any of the afore mentioned reasons may result in you losing your holding deposit. An extension to the deadline may be entered into if agreed in writing by all parties. 



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