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A rare opportunity to acquire a pretty two bedroom semi-detached house with great potential to refurbish and extend to create a charming family home within walking distance of the town centre, station and popular schools. This highly desirable property built in the 1930’s has a wealth of original features and has a pretty mature garden. Ample space to the front of the property could provide the opportunity to create off-street parking (all changes would be subject to the usual planning permission).
TO THE GROUND FLOOR:
The property has a part-glazed front door leading to a useful porch with tiled floor and space for coats and shoes.
The entrance hall has doors to the sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and bathroom, and staircase to the first floor.
The sitting room is double aspect with a gas coal effect fire featuring a wooden surround and TV point.
The kitchen to the rear is also double aspect and features wood effect base and wall units, laminate worktop, part-tiled walls and vinyl flooring. There is a Siemens ceramic hob, electric oven and integrated washing machine, a stainless steel single drainer sink and a meter cupboard also housing the fuse board. There is space for a table and chairs and a door to a traditional style pantry with a window to the garden. A part glazed door leads to the side of the property for access to the rear garden.
The downstairs bathroom has a white suite and electric shower over the bath, with an obscured glazed window to the side.
TO THE FIRST FLOOR:
The carpeted staircase has a window to the front of the property creating a bright open feel. The landing has a large built-in storage cupboard and doors leading to the two double bedrooms.
Bedroom one is double aspect and features a pretty cast-iron fireplace.
Bedroom two has a window to the side and a built-in wardrobe. There is also access to the boiler, airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and access to the loft via a hatch.
The generous front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a path to the front door, mature shrubs, a wooden fence to one side and mixed hedging affording privacy.
The rear garden is filled with a variety of mature shrubs and trees and has the added advantage of a large store that is attached to the kitchen.
Funds required before the tenancy starts payable to Binks Estate Agents (‘the Agent’)
• Security Deposit - Five weeks’ rent per tenancy where annual rent is under £50,000, or Six weeks’ rent weeks’ where annual rent is over £50,000. This is a refundable deposit to cover damages or defaults on the part of the tenant during the tenancy. It will be transferred by Binks to the DPS (Deposit Protection Service).
• Rent - The first month’s rent in advance.
Additional funds that may be payable to The Agent during the tenancy
• Payment of up to £50 (inc. VAT) if you want to change the tenancy agreement
• Payment of interest on any late payment of rent at a rate of 3% above Bank of England Base Rate
• Payment for actual costs reasonably incurred by the landlord as a consequence of the loss of keys and security devices by the tenant
• Payment of any unpaid rent and other reasonable costs associated with any early termination of the tenancy
Binks is a member of Propertymark Client Protection scheme (ref number C0003570). It is also a member of The Property Ombudsman (membership number D01094), which is a redress scheme.
You can find out more details on the agent’s website or by contacting the agent directly.