Rarely available period and character home, over 1420 sq ft, boasting a large living room with open fireplace, a fitted kitchen & dining space with some white goods, and a patio which opens to a sunny courtyard for Al Fresco dining. There is a 17ft second reception room, ideal for that home office, and a handy cloakroom.
On the first floor the amazing master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, and three further double bedrooms, plus a modern bathroom suite.
A noteworthy feature of this property is the sizable West facing garden, which also benefits from a workshop with light & power, and further outbuildings.
Tenure: FREEHOLD | Council Tax Band: B | EPC: D
PETS ARE CONSIDERED. SIX MONTH TENANCY AVAILABLE NOW. DEPOSIT TO BE HELD BY DPS £2130.00
You will be required to pay a holding fee of £250.00 to secure your interest in the property. We will then take up references to enable your tenancy to proceed. We use a reference Agency who will apply for a banker’s reference, employer’s reference, suitable character reference and previous Landlord’s reference if applicable. It is necessary for you to supply a Guarantor who will also be required to be referenced. Subject to all references being satisfactory, and the tenants permission to share with the information with the landlord, occupation of the property can take place. Should you take up the tenancy as agreed; the holding fee of £250.00 will form part of your deposit for the property.
Lettings arranged by Lane & Bennetts are normally Assured Shorthold Tenancies with a minimum term of at least six calendar months. You and your landlord are committed in law to the full term of the tenancy, as agreed, unless otherwise allowed for in the tenancy agreement. You will have the opportunity to read and understand the tenancy agreement before signing. This will take place on or before the date of occupation at a pre-arranged time. One months’ rent must be paid in advance plus dilapidation’s deposit. This deposit is calculated at five weeks rent .
Arlesey is set within open countryside offering wonderful walks both riverside and around the picturesque Blue and Green Lagoons. Despite being nestled in the heart of the countryside on the North Herts, South Beds border, it is within easy reach of the A507 and A1(M). The village offers local shopping, take aways and pubs and a Mainline Railway station with direct travel to London St. Pancras in under 40 minutes. It is a short walk to Gothic Mede Academy for primary education with the nearest secondary school being just 1.8 miles away. Plentiful amenities are to be found in the buzzy towns of Letchworth Garden City (3.5 miles) and Hitchin (4.7 miles).