Charming end of terrace Victorian cottage, recently refurbished to a high standard but maitaining many of the original character. Enclosed rear garden with decking sitting area to the rear, part covered by a brick and slate structure with storage. Pets considered
Lounge - 11 x 11
Ceramic tiled floor, inset shelving and cupboards, original cast iron Victorian fire place
Kitchen/Dining Room - 22'10 x 11'
Dining Area - 14'6 x 11
Stairs to first floor, ceramic tile flooring, brick fire place with inset log burner.
Kitchen - 9'6 x 6'8
Range of work tops, with gas cooker, built in dishwasher, ceramic tile floor and breakfast bar.
Bedroom One - 11'4 x 11
Rear facing, fitted wardrobe, wooden floors, leading to bathroom
Bedroom Two - 11 x 11
Front facing with built in wardrobes
Bathroom - fully fitted bathroom, tiles with wooden flooring
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PROPERTIES ARE TAKEN AS SEEN AND NO ALTERATONS, ADDITIONS OR CLEANING WILL BE UNDERTAKEN BY THE LANDLORD UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AGREED AT THE TIME OF OFFER.
Wycombe District Council
This property is to be let on a Unfurnished basis.
Rent payable in advance exclusive of Council Tax and connected utilities.
A deposit equal to 20% of the first months rent plus administration is required to secure the property. This is non refundable in the event of unsatisfactory references or the withdrawal of your offer.
Tenancy Administration Charge:
£175.00 plus VAT
References Charge per Applicant:
£65.00 plus VAT
A deposit equivalent to 11/2 months rent will be required to be held throughout the tenancy as security against damages or any breach of the agreement by the tenant.
There will also be a charge for checking the inventory at the end of tenancy.
We will require at least three references being employers, financial/credit, previous landlord and character. These are collected via an outside agency that will be passed your application form, once completed.
Due to new regulations, Ballards are now required to obtain proof of identity for each tenant who rents a property via our agency. For this purpose we are required to hold a copy of photocard driving licence, passport, and current utility bill.
Lane End offers all the charm of village life without compromising on the essential components of modern living, such as good local amenities and schools. The village has its own butcher, newsagent, post office, chemist, grocer and supermarket, plus a range of pubs, restaurants and take-aways. Marlow if less than 5 miles away and offers a charming range of boutique-style shops.
From the centre of Marlow proceed east from the obelisk along Spittal Street towards Bourne End. At the mini roundabout turn left signposted Lane End/Stokenchurch (B482). Continue for approximately 4 miles to the village of Lane End, proceed into the village, through the traffic light, take a left turn into Church Path, behind the Village Hall proceed through the car park, where the property can be found at the end of the row of cottage on the right hand side.