A detached property in a residential road in Henley, located within an easy walk of the Station. The property has two bedrooms, parking and a garage. EPC Rating E. Unfurnished and available early September 2019.
Henley on Thames sits on the Oxfordshire side of the river Thames some 36 miles west of central London. Henley, famous for the annual Regatta followed by the Henley Music festival, is a vibrant market town with a range of independent retailers as well as a Waitrose, Sainsburys and an out of town Tesco. Several good primary and secondary schools are close by, both state and independent, such as Rupert House, St Marys, Gillotts and Trinity. The station provides a regular service to London, Paddington, in around 1 hour and the M4, M40 and M25 are all within easy driving distance. There are lovely walks on the Chiltern hills and the Thames tow paths. There is also golf at Henley, Badgmore and nearby Huntercombe, plus racing at Ascot, Windsor and Newbury.
Wayside is a quirky detached two bedroom character property, set back from a popular residential road on the edge of Henley town centre. The house has character features and has been modernised to offer two bedrooms with a private garden, garage and off-street parking. EPC Rating E.
Front door into entrance hall with under stair cupboard containing consumer fuse board, storage space. Stairs to first floor.
Kitchen / dining room
3.78m x 3.68m (12'5 x 12'1 )
Kitchen with space for table and chairs. Fittings include cupboards, worktop with stainless steel sink. Freestanding electric oven with gas hob and extractor fan. Washing machine and dishwasher. Gas combination boiler to wall. Separate larder.
4.7m max by 3.5m max (15'5 max by 11'5 max)
With fitted carpet, two radiators, feature fireplace (not currently in use), television aerial connection point (not tested).
Stairs from hall to first floor.
3.8m x 3.7m (12'5 x 12'1 )
Double bedroom with dual aspect, fitted carpet, two radiators, fireplace (not in use).
4.7m max by 3.5m max (15'5 max by 11'5 max)
Overlooking the front with fitted carpet, two radiators.
Bath with shower over, pedestal basin, w.c., tiled floor and extractor fan.
Garage, suitable for a vehicle or other storage. Please note that items stored in the garage are at the tenant's risk and tenants are advised to arrange their own contents insurance. Courtyard area with parking for at least two cars. Front garden and patio area. Pretty enclosed garden to the rear.
Mains gas, electricity and water. Please note that the television reception in some areas in and around Henley can be poor. Booster equipment may be required for terrestrial reception. A satellite dish may be required for reception of all required channels which shall be at the Tenant's expense and subject to both any planning consents and the Landlord's consent.Council Tax - SODC - Band: E, £2,312.73 in 2019 /2020.
From the bridge over the Thames, turn left into Thameside. Continue straight on at the junction with Friday Street. Follow the road around to the right into Station Road and continue up to the traffic lights. Turn left, towards Reading, and then take the third right into St. Andrew's Road. Turn right into Vicarage Road. Wayside will be found on the left hand side, set back from the road and next to No 44.
Available from: early September 2019Unfurnished, some white goods includedSorry, not suitable for: smokers or pets
Terms and Conditions for Rental Properties
Management Status: The Landlord manages this property. Rent: Payable per calendar month in advance. In addition, the tenant shall be responsible for the payment of Council Tax and all connected utility services, including private drainage and other supplies where applicable.Pets: Where a landlord grants consent for a pet to be kept at the property, the landlord may ask for a higher rent to be paid to reflect the additional wear and tear of a pet being kept at the property.Deposit: A security deposit of a maximum of five weeks rent where the rent is up to £50,000 per annum.Deposit amount: £1,903, based on a rent amount of £1,650 pcmHolding deposit: A holding deposit of up to one week's rent may be requested to secure the property following the acceptance of an offer.
Costs & Charges
The tenant may be asked to pay the following as costs:Alterations to the Agreement: Where tenant/s request a change in the terms of the Tenancy Agreement after the Agreement has been signed, a reasonable fee may be charged for making changes to the agreement. This fee will not usually exceed £50.00 including VAT. Please be aware that consent is at the discretion of the Landlord and will not necessarily be granted.Default Fees:Loss of keys or security devices: The tenant may be asked to pay for replacement keys, locks or security devices where they are lost or damaged by the tenant.Rental payments: Where the tenant is in default of rent payments, a reasonable default charge may be made, based on the reasonable costs incurred in recovering the unpaid rent. Interest may be charged at a maximum of 3% above Bank of England base rate.
Client Money Protection
Client Money Protection: We are members of the Propertymark Client Money Protection Scheme.For more information: http://www.propertymark.co.uk/complaints/client-money-protection/Redress Scheme:We are members of The Property Ombudsman Redress Scheme. For more information: https://www.tpos.co.uk/
Important Note: These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract. They are for guidance only and have been prepared in all good faith to give a fair overall view of the property. Our descriptions are opinions and not statements of fact and tenants should satisfy themselves whether or not such descriptions match any expectations they may have of the property. Please ask for further information or verification of points relevant to your interest. All measurements, distances and aspects are given as a guide only and are approximate. If such details are fundamental to the letting, tenants must rely on their own enquiries as they must where any reference is made to potential uses. At the time of preparing these particulars no specific tests were made and tenants should satisfy themselves that the property and any services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order. It should not be assumed that the property remains as displayed in the photograph/s; nor should any assumption be made with regard to the parts of the property that have not been photographed. The photograph/s depict/s only certain parts of the property and it should not be assumed that any of the furniture, furnishings or personal items are included in the letting.