2 bedroom apartment for rent
Marsh Road, Harrow, PINNER HA5
Per Month + Fees Apply £ 1,550

Ref No: KE014-LI-RE3

Property features

·         Luxury gated Development

·         Two bathrooms

·         Private residents garden

·         Walking distance to  Pinner Station

·         Secure Allocated parking

·         Communal lift

·         Spacious reception room

·         Balcony

·         Modern fitted kitchen/diner

·         Master bedroom with walk in wardrobe

·         Ensuite with bath, shower and two basins



Property description

This spacious and well presented two double bedroom first floor purpose built apartment is available to let part furnished.


Situated on a luxury development, offering landscaped private gardens, secure gated parking and conveniently situated a short walk from Pinner High Street, with its shops and restaurants. Good transport links to Metropolitan Line and local buses.

The flat compromises of two double bedrooms, Large Luxury living room, Balcony, Family bathroom, En-suite to the master bedroom, walk-in wardrobe and a fully fitted modern kitchen/breakfast room.

Rent:    £1550.00 pcm

Local authority: London Borough of Harrow

Council tax: Band F


Viewing by appointment only

Contact: Christine on 01923 440111

Admin Fees:
Tenant Fees

All fees quoted are inclusive of VAT where applicable

Referencing Fee * £150.00 Per applicant over the age of 18. (Applicant 1 & 2)
Referencing Fee * £90.00 Per applicant over the age of 18 (Additional applicants)
Referencing Fee* £90.00 Per guarantor (if required)
Tenancy Admin Fee** £40.00 Per Property/ Tenancy Agreement
Check-in Fee £POA Dependant on size of property/l requirement for inventory etc.
Check-out Fee £POA Taken at the end of the tenancy
Dilapidations Deposit 6 weeks’ rent Secured with TDS Custodial Scheme

We require a holding deposit of £400 to take he property off the market while we process your application.
* If you fail the referencing procedure the referencing fee is NOT refundable
** The admin fee covers the cost of setting up tenancy agreement (usually an AST) and checking ID documents.

Your responsibilities as a tenant
At the heart of the renting process is the understanding that, at the end of the tenancy, the property is left in the same condition as it was when you moved in (other than ‘reasonable wear and tear’). It is your responsibility to ensure the property is kept in a good condition, and is treated with respect. If breakages or damages occur as a result of your actions they must be put right, and the landlord informed straight away. At the beginning of the tenancy you should make sure a thorough inventory is carried out with the landlord or letting agent. This is where both parties agree on the condition of the property and its furnishings, and it can help prevent or remedy disputes at the end of the contract. It’s your responsibility to adhere to the terms and conditions of your contract, usually known as an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement (AST). It is vital that you read this document thoroughly before signing it. The contract will stipulate terms regarding deposits, notice periods, specific responsibilities and actions to be taken in the event of a change of circumstance or issue with the property. As a tenant, you are also liable for the conduct of anyone else you invite into the property. If they cause damage, you will be responsible for it.

Property Features

Communal Gardens
Public Transport
Covered Parking
Metro Station
On Mid Floor
Part Furnished
Built In Wardrobes
Fully Fitted Kitchen
View Of Gardens
Kitchen White Goods
Professionally Landscaped Garden
High Specification
Close To Amenities


The energy efficiency rating is a measure of the overall efficiency of a home. The higher the rating the more energy efficient the home is and the lower the fuel bills will be. The environmental impact rating is a measure of a home's impact on the environment in terms of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The higher the rating the less impact it has on the environment. The Energy Performance Certificate for this dwelling was produced following an energy assessment undertaken by a qualified assessor.