- Available From
- St Albans Centre and Stations
- Full Address
- Sundale, Althorp Road, , AL1 3PJ
- Ample Off-street Parking
- Attractive Period Property
- Communal garden
- En Suite
- Located in St Albans City Centre
- Luxury Modern Kitchen
- Parking On Driveway
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Minutes from St Albans Mainline Train Station
LARGE TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM LUXURY APARTMENT WITH PARKING EASY WALKING DISTANCE FROM ST ALBANS TRAIN STATION (20 minutes to central London).
A fantastic opportunity to rent a large and luxurious Two Bedroom Apartment ideally situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac within a stone’s throw from the City Centre and the City Station. Benefiting from an open plan living/dining /kitchen, two large double bedrooms, en-suite, family bathroom, private entrance, parking for two cars on the driveway, under floor heating throughout and an outside storage cupboard in the garage.
Please contact Let Me Properties letting agents in St Albans on 01727846361 or visit https://letmeproperties.co.uk to find out more and to arrange a viewing appointment.
Double Bedroom (Ground Floor) Dimensions:2.92m ( 9’7”) x 2.52m ( 8’4”)
En-Suite (Ground Floor)
Family Bathroom (Ground Floor)
Kitchen (Ground Floor) Dimensions:2.75m ( 9’1”) x 3.72m ( 12’3”)
Living Room (Ground Floor) Dimensions:3.72m ( 12’3”) x 6.49m ( 21’4”)
Master Bedroom (Ground Floor) Dimensions:3.10m ( 10’3”) x 4.12m ( 13’7”)
Special tenancy conditions:
8.1) – The Landlord and Tenant agree that if proper written notice is given by either party to the other before 17:00 GMT on 08/01/2018, this tenancy may be ended by either party on 08/03/2018. Other than this specific breakpoint, no other changes to the fixed tenancy term are permitted, unless agreed by all parties in writing. If the tenancy continues after 08/01/2018 with neither party serving proper notice to end this agreement on the other party, then this tenancy will continue as detailed in this agreement and this special condition will no longer apply in any way. This special condition does not affect the landlord’s right to service the Section 21 or Section 8 notices and does not remove or alter any other rights that this agreement, and the law, gives the Landlord., 8.2) – It is hereby agreed between the Landlord and Tenants that the Landlord’s permission is granted to allow a small well-behaved cat or dog (‘the Pet’) to reside at the property. The Tenants hereby undertake and agree to remedy and pay for any and all damage caused to the Property and/or contents of the Property by the Pet. If, at the conclusion of the Tenancy, the walls, skirting boards, curtains, carpets and/or floor coverings, etc., cannot be returned in the condition the Tenants first received the property, they shall be repaired or replaced at the Tenants’ full expense with no allowance for “fair wear and tear”. Legally tenants are entitled to make fair wear and tear to a property, but the Tenants give up this right in order to be allowed to keep the Pet, as having a pet may vastly increase the amount of wear and tear to the property. The Tenants agree to pay for full professional end of tenancy cleaning of the property (to be carried out by an approved contractor who is a member of http://www.ncca.co.uk/ or one which the Landlords Agent can recommend) including carpets, curtains, and any other soft furnishings, at the end of the Tenancy, or during, should the Landlord or the Landlords’ Agent deem it necessary, to remove all traces that the Pet was ever at the property, including, but not limited to, treating the property for fleas and mites. Proof of this cleaning must be provided (via a copy of the receipt) and the inventory clerk must agree, at the checkout appointment, that the property was returned in a “Professionally Cleaned” condition with all traces of the Pet removed. If cleaning or repairs are not carried out to this standard before the start of the checkout appointment, or within 5 working days of being requested, if requested during the Tenancy by the Landlord or the Landlords’ Agent, the Tenants agree that the Landlord or their Agents may hire suitable professionals to carry out this work at a reasonable cost to be charged to the Tenants and deducted from the Tenancy Deposit without dispute.
Person responsible for paying utility bills:
Council Tax: Tenant
Acceptable Tenant Types:
Employed, Self Employed, Own Means, Retired, Company
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