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£1,250pcm | £288pw

2 Bedroom Apartment

Bond Street, Chelmsford

Key Features

  • gas heating
  • en-suite
  • 2 double bedrooms
  • excellent location
  • secure parking
  • well presented
  • furnishing: unfurnished
  • contract length: long term
  • council tax: d
  • available from: 17/01/2023
  • security deposit: £1442
  • no sharers
  • no smokers
  • no pets
  • no children
  • no students

Property Description

LOCATION This apartment is located on the prestigious Bond Street development, right in the heard of Chelmsford. This exciting development benefits from a new John Lewis store along with many other retail outlets, a cinema and restaurants.  

ENTRANCE HALL Dark wood effect laminate flooring with built in storage cupboard, airing cupboard.

LOUNGE/KITCHEN 21' 09" x 13' 03" (6.63m x 4.04m) Large double glazed sliding doors, giving natural light into the living area, benefiting from floor to ceiling blinds. Dark wood effect laminate flooring throughout. Access to decked balcony.

Modern range of Smeg appliances including oven, inset hob with extractor hood, integrated fridge freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher. A range of base and eye level units. Matching laminate flooring 

BEDROOM ONE 13' 00" x 9' 09" (3.96m x 2.97m) A good size double bedroom with french doors opening onto Juliet balcony. Two built in wardrobes. Carpeted throughout 

EN-SUITE Modern three piece shower room with large shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin. 

BEDROOM TWO 10' 11" x 10' 04" (3.33m x 3.15m) Full height door leading to Juliet style balcony, large built in wardrobe. Dark wood effect laminate flooring throughout. This room is a perfect study/office. 

BATHROOM Modern three piece bathroom suite with shower over bath, low level WC, wash basin inset to solid wood effect base. Dark tiled slate effect flooring. 

PARKING There is a designated covered parking space located within secure gated parking area adjacent to the development.

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 months' 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 aforementioned reasons, may result in you losing your holding deposit. An extension to the deadline may be entered into, if agreed by all parties

Right to Rent Checks

By Law, Right To Rent checks must be carried out and as such, applicants will be required to provide original proof of ID (Passport and Residents Permits) and current address ID in accordance with Home Office guidelines.

Acceptable forms of address ID are as follows:
- Driving license
- Recent utility bill (within the last 3 months, we cannot accept mobile phone bills)
- Council Tax bill
- Letter from employer or GP (specifically stating & confirming your current address, on headed paper)
- Mortgage statement
- Tenancy agreement signed and dated within the last 6 months
Please note that we cannot accept bank statements

All potential tenants over the age of 18, will be subject to a credit check, carried out by a 3rd party to check for CCJ's, IVA's & Bankruptcy. Applicants will need to provide proof of an income of at least 2.5 times the annual rent. Additional checks include an employment check, affordability checks, previous Landlord reference and proof of address history, usually up to 3 years.

Local Housing Allowance applicants will require a working guarantor and be able to prove an income of 3 x the annual rent.

You may be required to provide Bank statements (to assess income), pay slips, benefits award letters, pension statements, WFTC award letter.
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