A beautifully presented first floor apartment located in a highly desirable development within walking distance of Midhurst town centre. The property benefits from two good sized bedrooms and a modern kitchen and bathroom.
A beautifully presented first floor apartment located in a highly desirable development within walking distance of Midhurst town centre with its country village feel and lovely cafes, bars and shops.
The property comprises of a lovely light and airy, dual aspect reception room which has a dining and a sitting area, a brand new kitchen with a gas cooker, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and microwave and plenty of storage cupboards, a fridge/freezer is located in a large cupboard in the hallway to maximise the space in the kitchen.
There are two good sized double bedrooms, the master has fitted wardrobes and drawers, the bathroom is new with a shower over the bath and a separate cloakroom.
The property has been neutrally decorated and boasts parquet flooring to the bedrooms and reception room.
Externally the block is beautifully maintained with pretty communal areas, parking.
Available from Early April on a unfurnished basis now.
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Please note the charges listed below are the maximum fees that will be applied depending on your circumstances and the number of tenants. Tenancy agreement
Before any tenancy begins you will sign a Tenancy Agreement setting out the landlord's and tenant's obligations. A charge of £300 is made for the preparation of the original Agreement and a further £125 for any extension Agreement(s) subsequently entered into.
Should you change tenants at any point during the tenancy you must inform us and, subject to your landlord's agreement (which might include the need to take up new references) we will prepare new documents for signature. Our fee for this will be £300. Security deposit
A security deposit is required equating to at least 1 and a half month's rent. This deposit is held by us or passed to your landlord. Tenancy deposit protection
Your security deposit must be protected by your agent or the landlord via a government approved tenancy deposit scheme. This is to ensure that if disputes arise these will be resolved by an independent third party. Within 30 days of paying your deposit your landlord or agent is required to give you details of the scheme. Initial monies
The Initial Money consists of:
First month's rent in advance
Administration Fee £50 per tenant
Referencing Fee £75 per tenant
Check-in fee - minimum of £72.00 (There may be instances where applicants pay for check-outs instead. Contact your local branch for more information)
Tenancy Agreement £300 (if supplied by us)
If there are any guarantors to the tenancy:
Guarantor Referencing Fee £100 per guarantor
Agreement of Guarantee £75
And if the tenant is a company:
Company Referencing Fee £175
Change of Sharer £300
Extension Agreements £125
Outgoing reference fee £24
Optional extras if agreed:
Saturday Move-In £60
The Initial Money will be confirmed and must be paid by debit card, bankers draft or building society cheque. If you use a credit card there will be a 3% additional fee.
We do not accept cash.
All rent is payable in advance by standing order. All payments should be made 72hrs prior to your rent due date to allow for clearance. Any financial problems you may encounter should reported to us.
Water consumption is based on average water usage for the predicted occupancy of the property based on the number of bedrooms.
Total annual consumption (in cubic meters) is then averaged into a monthly cost.
Note: If you have 2 separate suppliers for water and sewage, you may receive 2 separate bills.