Ground Floor comprises Lounge, Dinning Room, modern Kitchen with fitted base units and basement for storage.
First Floor comprises two bedrooms and Bathroom with panelled bath, Shower and W/C
Second Floor have large bedroom.
Property is conditioned with Gas Central Heating, Fully Double Glazed.
Viewing available By appointment through the sole letting agent.
Residential Lettings - Application Procedure
Important - Please read the following
In addition to signing the Assured Short hold Tenancy we require the following information:
* Proof of permanent employment - last 3 months' wage slips
* Employer's telephone and fax number (no mobile number).
* The full address of your current property - if you have lived there less than 3 years, a list of all addresses for the last 3 years is required with dates of occupation.
* Proof of your current address (bank statement, utility bill, not more than 3 months old and not a mobile telephone bill).
* Your bank details - name address of bank, account number and sort code in order to set up a Standing Order to pay the rent
* A contact name / company name, address, telephone and fax number of current letting agent or landlord (if applicable).
* Photographic proof of identification (photo id driving license, passport)
- Proof of Right to Reside in the UK - as per government legislation imposed in 2015.
A deposit in the sum of the equivalent to one month's rent will be required on commencement of the Tenancy. This sum will be forwarded to the Deposit Protection Service to comply with legislation (see note below)
We accept the following methods of payment - cash, cheque, bankers draft, Direct Bank Transfer. If the deposit is paid by cheque, please allow 7 days for the cheque to be cleared prior to the commencement of the tenancy.
On signing the Tenancy Agreement, rent is payable for the forthcoming month. Thereafter, rent is payable in advance on the anniversary date of each month by standing order.
Deposit Protection Service
As part of the Housing Act 2004 the Government introduced Tenancy Deposit Protection for all assured short hold tenancies (ASTs) in England and Wales where a deposit is taken. From April 6th 2007, all deposits paid under an AST have to be protected within 14 days of receipt by the landlord. The legislation aims to ensure that tenants who have paid a deposit to a landlord or letting agent and are entitled to receive all or part of it back at the end of that tenancy, actually get it.
The Tenancy Deposit Protection Scheme will ensure all landlords safeguard the deposits they take, which is in every landlord and tenant's interests.
Who is affected?
The legislation covers virtually all new AST contracts through which private landlords let property in England and Wales. For further information please call the Deposit Protection Service on or email them at:
All statements contained in these particulars are provided in good faith and are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed. These particulars do not constitute any part of any offer or contract. None of the statements contained herein are or are intended to be statements or representations of fact or opinion by either the vendor or Greens Estate Agents Ltd. Or its employees or agents.
Neither Greens Estate Agents Ltd. Nor its employees or agents are authorised to make or give any representation, guarantees or warranties whatsoever in relation to the above premises. Interested parties must satisfy themselves by inspection or survey on any matter or statement contained in these particulars.
The premises detailed in these particulars are offered subject to them not having been let, sold or withdrawn and Greens Estate Agents Ltd will accept no liability for consequential loss arising from these particulars or any negotiations in relation thereto.
Health & Safety:
You are asked to exercise all care and diligence during your inspection of the property and the Agents are unable to warrant that the property is free of hazards or complies with Health and Safety legislation. The Agents accept no liability for injury or loss to persons or property when visiting.