- Village Location
- Modern Kitchen
- Modern Bathroom
- Spacious Garden
- Off Road Parking
- Long Term
Borland and Borland are pleased to present this two bedroom cottage situated in the charming village of Westbourne. The property is well situated for all the local amenities, schools and country walks. The cottage comprises of Sitting Room, Kitchen, Two Double Bedrooms and Bathroom. Other benefits include a spacious rear garden with brick store and gas central heating.
Council Tax: C
Holding Deposit : If you wish to reserve a property a holding deposit of the equivalent to one weeks rent will be required whilst your application is being processed. This amount will be deducted from your first month’s rent at the start of the tenancy. The holding deposit will be withheld if you withdraw from the tenancy, do not pass the referencing process, offer misleading or false information, fail the Right to Rent Checks or fail to sign the tenancy agreement on the agreed date.
Security Deposit : A security deposit of the equivalent to five weeks rent will be required before the start of the tenancy and will be registered with a Government approved scheme. Additional negotiated deposits maybe be payable if pets are permitted within a property, please ask for further information.
Tenancy Agreement Amendments : If any changes or amendments are required to a tenancy agreement £50.00 incl VAT will be required to cover the costs associated with such changes.
Lost Keys/Security Devices : Tenants are liable to the actual cost of replacing any lost keys or security devices. If locks are required to be changed then the costs of the locksmith, new lock(s) and replacement keys for the tenant, landlord and any other persons required to hold keys will also be charged to the tenant.
Unpaid Rent : If rent is unpaid interest of 3% above the Bank of England Base Rate will be charged for each day after the first 14 days until payment is made.
Early Termination : If the tenant requests to end their contract early and the landlord agrees, they shall be liable for the landlord's costs in re-letting the property. This will include rent until the start of the replacement tenancy ( but no more than the maximum amount of rent outstanding on the tenancy). The tenants will also be responsible to continue paying the utility bills, council tax, TV licence, and telecommunication services until the start of the replacement tenancy.