Millbrooke Estate Agents are delighted to offer for let this well presented, modern two bedroom apartment at the popular Lentworth Drive, Walkden. The property is offered on a part-furnished basis and is located on the first floor. The initial tenancy length will be 12 months and a tenancy deposit of one months rent is required. Comprising an entrance hall with storage cupboard, spacious lounge with Juliet balcony, contemporary kitchen with cooker, fridge, freezer and washer. The main bedroom is a double room and includes a double wardrobe, a second single room and a three piece bathroom with shower over the bath.
The property also benefits from double glazing throughout and gas central heating (combi boiler).Externally the property has communal gardens to the front elevation and un-allocated parking. Ideally located within walking distance of transport links including Walkden railway station and many local amenities including the shopping center, superstore, leisure facility and restaurants. Early internal viewing is highly recommended!
ASSURED SHORT-HOLD TENANCIES
Before the Tenancy Starts:
Holding Deposit (Reservation Fee) - 1 weeks rent.
Security Deposit - 5 weeks rent (6 Weeks Rent on Properties With Rent More Than £50,000 a Year).
During the Tenancy
Variation, Novation or Assignment of the Tenancy Agreement - £50.00 Including VAT.
Rent Outstanding for 14 Days or More - 3% Daily Interest Rate (above Bank of England Base Rate).
Payment of incurred costs for the loss of keys/security devices - Itemised quotes per case.
Payment of any Unpaid Rent or Other Costs Associated with Your Early Termination of the Tenancy/Breaking the Contract*
*The Tenant will be required to put their request in writing for the Agent/Landlord to approve. The Tenant will be required to pay the rent until the day before a new Tenancy commences + paying the Landlords¿ reasonable costs incurred in identifying a replacement Tenant.
Other Permitted Payments
Any other permitted payments, not included in the above table, under the relevant legislation including contractual damages.