Two bedrooms Raised ground floor flat Contemporary designer furniture Wood floors Excellent storage Located in the hear of Chelsea just off the King's Road
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A charming flat on the raised ground floor of this period conversion in the heart of Chelsea. This flat has a large open-plan kitchen/reception room, a double bedroom plus study/guest bedroom, shower room, contemporary designer furniture, wood floors and excellent storage. Bramerton Street is a quiet street conveniently located just off the Kings Road with its many boutiques and restaurants.
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Permitted payments by the tenant for Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST):
- Holding deposit – 1 week’s rent - Security deposit - 5 week’s rent if the annual rent is below £50,000.00 and 6 week’s rent if it’s over £50,000.00 - Rent - Utility bills (including gas, electricity, water, council tax, broadband) - Lost keys or security devices – replacement cost capped at £50 per key or device - Variation of tenancy if requested by the tenant (e.g change of sharer or adding a pet clause) – £50 - Early surrender of the tenancy if requested by the tenant – £300 inc VAT to cover the landlord’s re-letting cost. - Fee for late rent payment: Capped at 3% above the Bank of England Base Rate - Stamp Duty Land Tax
Mountgrange Heritage is a member of The Property Ombudsman, Propertymark and ARLA. Tenancy Deposit Scheme - TDS
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