City Centre, Chestnut Street, 6 bedrooms, NOW RESERVED FOR 1ST SEPT 2021 12 MONTHS All Bills Included
A luxury 6 bed house, with 3 luxury bathrooms and 2 sitting rooms. Close to the city centre a 5 minute walk to the centre, railway station, shops and the City Uni Campus. A popular paved garden with a brick built BBQ. This house has an extra sitting room upstairs in the loft.
- 6 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- 3 WCs
- Living area
- Dining table
- Flatscreen TV (lounge)
- Gas central heating
- Tumble dryer
- Washing machine
House was totally renovated a few years ago so it is done to the highest standard. Stunning warm luxury 6 double bed house with a large open plan sitting room dining room and kitchen, and another additional sitting room/tv room upstairs. Flat screen tv on wall with leather corner sofa to seat 6. Double doors from the sitting room onto the attractive sun trap patio garden with brick built BBQ
Broadband included in the rent super fast unlimited downloads
A maximum of 3 parking permits are available from the council if you have a tenancy agreement in place.
All double bedrooms x 6
All the double bedrooms are spacious and have double glazed windows, a memory foam mattress double bed, matching furniture, a desk, chest of drawers, wardrobe. A tv aerial. The basement bedroom has its own entrance with a spiral staircase.
Luxury shower rooms with high quality fittings. All have heated towel rails. One bathroom on the downstairs floor with shower over. So a luxury bathroom on each floor.
Extra sitting room on top floor
This has a sloping ceiling but ideal for a tv room to play films. There is a tv aerial and 2 large velux windows.
Sun trap patio with brick built BBQ.
Lots of cupboard space, 2 ovens and 5 burner gas hob. Utility area with space for a microwave. Included a washing machine and tumble dryer. Open plan kitchen. Lots of storage. Integrated dishwasher. 2 ovens and hob. Utility area with space for a microwave. Washing machine and tumble dryer in utility area.
Sitting room/Dining room
A light room with a high ceiling. Double doors straight from the sitting room onto the patio garden. A leather corner sofa to sit 6. A dining room table with 6 chairs. A flat screen television on the wall with HDMI port to play games and watch films. A large American fridge/freezer.
Finding your home
First of all you need to find a group of friends that you want to share with then look for houses with the relevant number of bedrooms. Do research on the internet, go and see properties.
Email us to enquire about viewings and we will help.
Decide what is most important about the house you want to rent and put them in order of priority. For example, some want a dishwasher, others want parking. It is helpful to have a group discussion. We are here to help so please get in touch.
Securing your new home
You should never feel under pressure to sign a tenancy. If you are very keen on a property you could ask for a copy of the tenancy at the viewing to take away with you. Or ask for it to be emailed before.
Speak to your parents and or guarantors to make sure they are happy to guarantee your portion of the rent. We are always happy to chat to parents and answer any questions they may have.
No jargon, no fuss, no pressure
When you've found the property you want to make your next home you'll need to complete some paperwork. We understand that this is a big decision so we've tried to make the process as clear and simple as possible.
1. Reserving the property:
We ask you for a week’s rent in advance. You can pay this by bank transfer using your initials and house number as a reference. If one person from the group emails first before the payments are made this alerts us. The amount will be taken off your first month’s rent if your application is successful. It is refundable, but please note that it will not be returned to you if;
You fail a right to rent check
You provide false information in your application
You back out of the tenancy agreement
You do not respond to reasonable requests for information
2. Review the contract:
You can ask to see a copy of a contract at any point but once you’ve reserved a property, we give you a copy, you can then send this to your parents/guarantor or take it to the Uni.
3. ID and contact information for the government Right to Rent Check:
We will ask you to complete a contact information form which includes your guarantors contact details. You’ll also need to upload a copy of your passport and your driving licence showing your address. The government allows other forms of ID so please ask if you need help. Also please upload a photo of your Student ID card.
4. Guarantor form:
We ask that all students select a guarantor (normally a parent or guardian) who will agree to pay your rent if you are unable to. We'll send a copy of the tenancy and an online form which they will need to complete and send back to us. They will need to be a UK resident and they will need to upload a copy of their ID.
5. Sign the contract and pay your retainer:
Once you are happy with the contract, we'll ask you to sign it at the property or online (if you prefer using an online signing service) and pay your retainer. The retainer amount is £300 for each student. You can pay these by direct bank transfer using your initials and the house number as a reference. Now the house is yours and we look forward to welcoming you to your new home.
Important: A tenancy agreement is a legally binding contract that you are obliged to honour. Do not commit to a tenancy unless you are certain you can meet your obligations.
6. The retainer of £300 each will be registered by us with www.mydeposits.co.uk when the paperwork is complete.
We understand that parents may have concerns about the properties their children are moving into. We would like to reassure the parents of our student tenants that we are here to talk to if you have any concerns.
Our main priority is making sure all the properties are decent and safe. We are always here to help.
FAQ's - Guarantor forms
As most young people have not been able to establish a credit history or references from previous addresses we ask that they have their obligations guaranteed by their parents or guardians.
All student tenants must have their individual obligations guaranteed before they can move into a property.
As guarantor you should read the tenancy relating to the agreement before signing it. A copy of the tenancy agreement will be sent to you. The tenants' obligations include but are not limited to payment of rent and any wilful damage caused to the property or any furniture; further obligations are detailed in the tenancy.
To ensure guarantors would be able to honour the agreement in the event of a default by the tenant we will run a credit check using the information provided. If for any reason the guarantor fails the credit check we will provide alternative options to the tenant of either providing an additional guarantor, paying a larger retainer or paying all rent up front.
As part of the credit check we need to verify the guarantors identity so require some identification (either a passport and proof of address or a photo card driving licence). Guarantors must have proof of residency in the UK.
Call us on 01905 317940 during office hours. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org.