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£410pcm | £95pw

1 Bedroom Apartment

Newchurch Street, Castleton

Key Features

  • gas combi central heating
  • upvc double glazed windows
  • modern fitted kitchen with appliances
  • laminate flooring
  • available for a long term let
  • service type: managed
  • furnishing: unfurnished
  • contract length: long term
  • council tax: a
  • available from: 16/07/2023
  • security deposit: £473.07
  • no sharers
  • no smokers
  • no pets
  • no children
  • no students

Property Description

SUMMARY
*NO APPLICATION FEES*

Martin & Co are delighted to offer For Rent this newly decorated top floor One Bedroom apartment featuring gas combi central heating, UPVC windows and kitchen with appliances.

Internally the property comprises of an entrance hall, kitchen, lounge, bathroom, double bedroom.

Externally the property benefits from on street parking and its proximity to local amenities including a co-op store, bakery, post office etc.

The property is also within walking distance of Castleton Train Station (Leeds / Manchester line) and the number 17 bus route (Rochdale, Middleton, Manchester)

Early viewings are recommended!  

HALL 6' 7" x 2' 11" (2.01m x 0.89m)
Neutral decor, laminate flooring  

LOUNGE / KITCHEN 15' 10" x 10' 6" (4.83m x 3.2m)
Neutral decor, a range of modern wall and base units, integrated electric oven and hob, stainless steel sink, washing machine, fridge / freezer, laminate flooring, 2 x UPVC windows, radiator, down lights 

BATHROOM 7' 9" x 5' 9" (2.36m x 1.75m)
Neutral decor, partially tiled walls, vinyl flooring, white three piece bathroom suite with overhead shower, radiator 

BEDROOM 10' 9" x 9' 9" (3.28m x 2.97m)
Neutral decor, laminate flooring, UPVC double glazed window, radiator 

EXTERNAL
On street parking, communal courtyard to rear 

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
A pre-application pack will be emailed to you upon booking a viewing, this must be completed and returned to us prior to your viewing taking place.

A holding deposit equivalent to 1 weeks rent will be required to reserve the property while referencing checks are being carried out.

You have 5 working days in which to supply the local office and our credit referencing partner with the information that we need in order to make a decision on your application. If you unreasonably delay in providing information or provide information which is inaccurate, false or incomplete then we will retain your holding deposit and reject your application.


With the tenants' consent this holding deposit will be refunded against the first month's rent. In accordance with the Tenant Fees Act, 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 within 15 days. Failure to do so for any of the aforementioned reasons will result in you losing your holding deposit. An extension to the deadline may be entered into if agreed in writing by all parties to a maximum of 28 days. 

REFERENCE CHECKS AND CREDIT WORTHINESS
All applicants must be over the age of 21
All applicants will be subject to a credit check carried out by a 3rd party to check for adverse credit (ie CCJ's, bankruptcy, IVAs etc) and your credit score must be at least 650 out of 1000
Applicants will need to provide proof of an income of at least 30x the monthly rent. If employed, this must be on a permanent contract and an employment reference will be required. If self-employed, applicants will need to provide 12 months evidence of income, either via self-assessment tax returns or a reference from an accountant. If retired, pension award letters will be required.
DSS applicants and anyone does not meet the above criteria will need to provide a guarantor who is working (permanent contract), has a clear credit history and is able to provide proof of an income of 36x the monthly rent
We will also require a positive previous landlord reference (if applicable) and proof of address history, usually up to 3 years
 

RIGHT TO RENT CHECKS
From the 1st of February 2016 the 'Right to Rent' government scheme came into effect. This requires all Agents to check the documents of prospective tenants when applying for a rental property. When coming to view a property with Martin & Co we ask that you bring with you the appropriate document(s) in case you wish to proceed with an application.

The simplest way to conform to the regulation is to bring a valid British/EU passport or Visa with you, along with some form of proof of address. If you do not have a passport, please ask a member of staff for more information. 

PETS
The landlord of the property may choose to accept specified pets at their discretion. Should they allow a pet to reside at the property then the rent will increase by a minimum of £15 pcm per pet which will be added to the rental figure. For example if the stated rent is £500 pcm this would increase to £515 pcm for the duration of the tenancy, with no right to review the rent downwards, only upwards. 

THINKING OF RENTING YOUR PROPERTY?
At Martin & Co we have over 25 years experience dealing with landlords, tenants, sellers, buyers and investors. We have over 190 owner managed offices throughout the UK ready to help you let a property, rent a new home, buy or sell.

Don't take our word for it, let our actions convince you!!

Please contact our office today to discuss your individual requirements, or to arrange a free no obligation valuation. 

NEED A MORTGAGE?
Martin & Co can provide access to our FEE FREE Mortgage advisor with access to whole of market mortgages and offering potential savings against your current lender, why not ask for a free no obligation quotation? 

Is your current agent:

1. A Licensed member of the Association of Residential Letting Agents? ARLA

2. A Regulated member of The Property Ombudsman Scheme? TPO

3. A RMBC Accredited Letting Agent? RMBC ALA

Do they have:

1. Professional Indemnity Insurance?

2. Client Money Protection Insurance?

3. Public Liability Insurance?

4. Employers Liability Insurance?

5. Externally Trained Staff?

6. A Central, Conveniently Located Town Centre Office?

If not, why not? 
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