Perfectly located for access to St Neots town centre, the A1 and also St. Neots train station which is positioned on the main train line in to London Kings Cross, allowing a journey time to the capital of under an hour. St Neots itself has many amenities one would expect from a large town, include a variety of shops, doctors, cinema. This house is located just on the outskirts of the town, in a relatively modern development with stunning views of the river and local countryside.
All double bedrooms and all renovated to having been freshly redecorated and new flooring laid.
Each room has been fitted with a private ensuite shower facility to include a three-piece suite comprising WC with low level cistern, wash hand basin and shower enclosure.
The kitchen has plenty of cupboard and work surface space for housemates to use. There is also dining area to provide a communal gathering place for housemates, with views over the river. The utility room on the ground floor provides separate washing facilities and the rear door leads in to the enclosed back garden.
All utilities are included with the advertised rent including internet supply and the services of a cleaner on a weekly basis for the communal area.
Equivalent to a months' rent.
Each applicant over the age of 18 years old will be required to be referenced and will be required to provide photographic identification and proof of address/residency. A holding deposit of one weeks rent will be requested at point of application. Until payment has been received viewings will continue on the property. Should the tenancy then not proceed due to the decision of ourselves as agent or the Landlord then this will be repaid to you in full. A decision on this will be made within 15 days of the payment being made and the holding fee returned to you within 7 days of the decision being made not to proceed. This payment though will not be refunded in the event that you withdraw your application to rent the property, you fail your right to rent checks or you provide false or misleading information on your application form leading to the application failing. Should the tenancy proceed as planned then this holding charge will be converted in to part payment of the security deposit for the tenancy.
These particulars whilst believed to be correct at time of publishing should be used as a guide only.