Cute cottage-like house comes fully furnished with 3 double bedrooms, 1 large kitchen diner, 1 modern bathroom, split over two levels in a quiet neighbourhood available for students for the academic year 2021/2022. Not your typical student house as this property is decorated to a high standard with quality furniture. ______SUPERFAST optic wifi included, and professional cleaning of communal areas once a month ________
All rooms have double beds (bedroom 1 upstairs has a semi-double, bedroom 2 and 3 has standard double beds), ikea desk and computer chair, plus plenty of storage units. See floorplan for exact room sizes. Wash/dryer, hoover
Convenient public transport into Bath city centre and the University of Bath. Bus stop to university is 5 mins walk away and the ride is 10 to 15mins depending on traffic. Bus stop to Bath city is 1 min walk away, ride itself is around 15mins.
Lots of local amenities too, Queens Drive is next to the new luxury Mulberry Park development, the cafe at The Hub is 3 mins walk. A local small supermarket is 7 mins walk, alternatively there is a big supermarket (Sainsbury's) 5mins away via car or bus.
Free off-street parking.
51 week contract, property available from 2021-Sept-10 Deposit is £2,192 which is equivalent to 5 weeks rent. Sorry, No Pets, No Children, No Smokers. Students, Sharers Welcome.
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Before the Tenancy starts
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