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image  Malvern Grove, West Didsbury, Manchester, West Didsbury, Manchester, Lancashire, M20


image ££675 pcm

# 54643_643

image Recently Updated

image 1 bedroom
image 1 reception
image 1 bathroom
image Let agreed

Features

 EPC Rating - C73
 Modern Fitted Kitchen & Bathroom
 Spacious living and dining area
 Fully furnished
 Parking

Property Description

A larger than average modern, ONE BEDROOM, ground floor apartment with PARKING. High gloss white kitchen and contemporary bathroom.

This development of just six apartments is located in the popular and leafy area of West Didsbury and is just 370 meters away from Burton Road Metrolink Station.

Internally, the accommodation comprises of a large lounge with dining area, modern high gloss white fitted kitchen, generous double bedroom and contemporary white three piece bathroom suite plus over bath shower.

The parking is in a car park for the property. There are parking unallocated spaces for 6 cars.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Furnished or Unfurnished? Furnished - This property is offered on a furnished basis Managed or Let Only?Managed - Around Town Flats are the managing agent of this property.Car Parking Included?Yes - Residents, unallocated, off road parkingImmigration Act checks - What are they?Anyone who lets private property in England, including those subletting or taking in lodgers, should make Right to Rent checks and be confident that they are allowed to rent in the UKImmigration Act checks - What do you need?We must see original documentation. Regrettably copies or scans will not do.Your Passport or Residency Permit are our preferred evidence. There are other possibilities you can use if you are unable to provide our preferred options please feel free to ask us. Immigration Act checks - The government's guidanceThis is available for review on their website.https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/right-to-rent-document-checks-a-user-guide How to Rent Guide - The government's guidanceThis guide is for people who are looking for a house or flat to rent.https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/how-to-rentPets?Our landlords rarely accept pets however we are always happy to check with the landlord each time so please contact us before a viewing to discuss this. The Property Ombudsman:We are members of The Property Ombudsman. For more information please visit https://www.tpos.co.uk/ Client Money Protection:We are members of the Client Money Protection Scheme. For more information please visit https://www.clientmoneyprotect.co.uk/
Declaration of Association
This is offered by an employee, associate or connected person who has an interest in the property. We duly advise you, the applicant, of this interest prior to acceptance of any application in principle. An associate includes a brother, sister, husband, wife, civil partner, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece, parents, grandparents, children and grandchildren. The definition also includes business associates.
Area Information - West Didsbury
West Didsbury is a popular area for older students and professionals alike for its quieter and more relaxed atmosphere. Dubbed by the Guardian newspaper as “Bohemia”, the area is popular for its independent retailers and great variety of places to eat. Places to visit include the Metropolitan, one of the area’s most popular pubs, and Crazy Wendy’s, a lovely Thai restaurant where you are sure to be entertained by the owner Wendy’s famous Elvis renditions.If you enjoy going out to eat or for a quiet drink in the pub, West Didsbury is the place for you, with the best thing about it being the variety of pub and restaurant choices. The worst thing about it could be the distance from the main campus of the university if you are a student; however, there are great transport links to make it easier and quicker to get around.
Deposit, Fees and Further Information
Rent excludes the Administration, Referencing, and Holding Fees as well as the Tenancy Deposit. ADMINISTRATION FEES are £85 per bedroom. Contribute towards the costs of putting together the tenancy paperwork and the administration therein.REFERENCING FEES are £50 per person. Contribute towards the cost of the Full References for tenants and where applicable guarantors. These are non-refundable. ADDITIONAL REFERENCING FEES are £50 per person. Additional Referencing Checks are due when a Reference takes more than 45 days. HOLDING FEES are equivalent to five weeks rent. As a result of you paying the holding fee, the property will be taken off the market. This secures the property for you whilst we await your references and completion of your tenancy. Please note if you decide not to proceed with the tenancy or in the event that you provided incorrect or omitted relevant information in relation to credit referencing we retain the right to deduct a charge for the period of time the property has been withdrawn from the market. DEDUCTION CALCULATION: Holding Fee paid minus the daily rent multiplied by the number of days the property has been taken off the marketTENANCY DEPOSITS are equivalent to five weeks rent. Please refer to your tenancy agreement and the relevant deposit scheme for further information. FEE EXAMPLES: E.g. One applicant applying for a two bedroom property at £100 per week. Administration Fees: Two bedrooms x £85 = £170Referencing Fees: One person x £50 = £50Holding Fees: £100 per week rent multiplied by 5 weeks = £500.Holding Fee Deductions: If the property has been off the market for 3 days. The deduction would be calculated as weekly rent multiplied by weeks in the year, divided by days in the year, multiplied by days off market. £100 x 52 weeks / 365 days a year x 3 days = £42.74Tenancy Deposits: £100 per week rent multiplied by 5 weeks = £500.IMMIGRATION ACTImmigration Act checks will apply.



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