View now adhering to social distancing rules. Please watch the video tour for this property. Quality first floor apartment with two good sized bedrooms close to the University Hospital. This tastefully decorated apartment has it's own private front door from the street with a spacious access hallway. Both bedrooms are equally spacious and furnished to a good standard. The bathroom is light and airy with both a bath and a shower. The self contained kitchen is modern and clean. At the front of the apartment is a spacious dining and sitting area with a lovey fireplace and big bay windows. The apartment is only a 2 minute walk to the footbridge leading over to the hospital and a 5 minute walk to the artisan cafes on Whitchurch Road and to Sainsburys.
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Rent - Charged pcm, unless you move in mid-month then the first payment is calculated using the daily rate set out in the tenant fee ban legislation.
Security Deposit - Usually 5 weeks rent calculated as follows: (rent per calendar month x 12)÷(52x5)
Holding Deposit - Takes a property off the market and is 1 week’s rent per tenancy. This is calculated as follows:(rent per calendar month x12)÷52
Please see our prescribed information on Holding Deposits for more information on how and when this may be returned to you.
Payments in Default -Permitted payments that are charged to you if you default on a clause in your tenancy and are as follows:
Missed appointments – If a landlord has arranged for a contractor to visit the property to carry out remedial work and the tenant refuses entry or is not there to grant access then any charges levelled at the landlord from the contractor will be passed to the tenant/s and charged at £60 including VAT
Avoidable or purposeful damage – Damage to the property caused by neglect, careless or wilful behaviour will be a breach of tenancy and will be charged to the tenant at cost of damaged caused.
Replacement keys – The cost of cutting new keys will be charged to the tenant(s) if you are at fault and have lost them or if a locksmith must be called charged at £2.50 per key if a standard key or up to £35 for a specialist key i.e. A master key plus any callout charges incurred for a locksmith to attend if required.
Emergency/out of hours call-out fees – Chargeable for any out of hours service needed as a result of tenant actions i.e emergency glazer, plumber or locksmith if the tenant caused the property issue/repair in the first place. These charges are dependent on the severity of the damages and can vary from contractor to contractor. You will be notified of any charges incurred to you as a result of damages before a contractor is booked so you can review the cost and decide if the repair can wait for a contractor to attend in hours.
Tenancy Surrender Charge – If a whole tenancy wishes to surrender the tenancy before the end of the fixed term and this is agreed in writing with tenants and landlord then the tenant will be liable for the landlords re-letting fee as outlined on landlord fee cards in our office and any rent due up until a new tenancy is signed, to a maximum of the rent due until the end of the fixed term.
Rent Arrears Charges - To pay the administration costs if a Rent payment is not received and therefore needs to be chased:
£15 inc.VAT will be applied when we need to chase by email, text, phone and post, up to the point where the unpaid balance is cleared 5 days after rent due.
£30 inc.VAT will be applied where a Rent chase visit to the Property is required
Interest on rent arrears will be charged daily at 3% above the Bank of England base rate once the arrears is more than 14 days
Council Tax Payments - If you are liable to make these payments then you must ensure these are paid and there are no arrears when your tenancy ends. Payments are as per your local council rates and are to be paid directly.
Utility Payments - If you are liable to make these payments then you must ensure these are paid and there are no arrears when your tenancy ends. Payments are as per your supplier and are to be paid directly.
TV license payments - If you are liable to make these payments then you must ensure these are paid and there are no arrears when your tenancy ends. Payments are as per your supplier and are to be paid directly.
Communication services - If t you are liable to make these payments then you must ensure these are paid and there are no arrears when your tenancy ends. Payments are as per your supplier and are to be paid directly.
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.
The Council Tax cost displayed is based on the council tax band and on the basis of 2 adults living at the property. The monthly cost shown excludes any discounts and is rounded to the nearest pound.
Full information on Council Tax discount entitlements can be found on the Gov.UK's website.