To Let £1275 pcm
Available 18th September 2017
Very convenient for Heathrow, although not disturbed by flight noise, and close to schools, park and sports pitches, makes this nicely decorated property on a corner plot, an ideal home for a
young family or professional couple.
uPVC front door. Wood laminate flooring, understairs storage and a radiator.
Wood laminate flooring and two radiators. Double glazed windows to front and rear aspect.
Ceramic tiled flooring and radiator. Fitted wall, display and base units with worktops to include a
stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine, integrated dishwasher, electric oven, gas
hob with stainless steel splashback and extractor fan, integrated fridge and freezer and part tiled
walls and splashbacks. Double glazed window to side aspect and door to rear garden.
Fitted carpet to stairs and wood laminate flooring to landing, radiator. Window to front aspect.
Ceramic tiled flooring and radiator. Three piece bathroom suite to include bath with shower mixer
taps and electric shower, pedestal hand basin, low level W.C. and fully tiled walls.
Wood laminate flooring, built in cupboards and a radiator. Double glazed window to rear aspect.
Wood laminate flooring and a radiator. Double glazed window to rear aspect.
Wood laminate flooring and a radiator. Double glazed window to front aspect.
Low maintenance courtyard style hardstanding to rear, with brick BBQ, outside tap and security
light. Accessed via door from kitchen and gate from front.
Secluded front and side mainly laid to lawn. Brick built shed.
Detached garage with power and light.
Council Tax Band D
LB of Hillingdon
Viewing strictly by appointment
Hybrid Sales & Lettings Ltd (Powered by Keller Williams)
01923 440111 / 07913 956 588
All fees quoted are inclusive of VAT where applicable
• Referencing/ R2R 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)
• Admin/set-up Fee** £40.00 Per Property/ Tenancy Agreement
• Check-in Fee £50.00 For a 3 bed unfurnished house
• Checkout Fee £POA Taken at the end of the tenancy
• Dilapidations Deposit 6 weeks rent Secured with TPS Custodial Scheme
We will require a holding deposit of £400.00 in order to take the property off the market while we progress your application.
* If you fail the referencing procedure or the tenancy is not concluded, the referencing fee is NOT refundable.
** The admin fee covers the cost of setting up tenancy agreement (usually an AST).
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.
Check your contract, for tenants’ insurance requirements. It may stipulate that you take out an insurance policy. Your landlord needs to have specific landlord insurance in place, too. It is worth checking this is in order.
The landlord/ Agent has a legal obligation to secure your deposit in a tenancy deposit protection scheme. Within 30 days of signing the contract, your landlord/Agent must provide written information about where the money is being held, how you can release it and what to do in the event of a dispute.
Your landlord has responsibilities to you as a tenant. These will be clarified in your contract, but will usually include:
• Proper and timely repairs and maintenance for external and structural issues, plus internal elements such as pipes, radiators/boilers and toilets/showers in the event of a breakdown
• Regular safety checks on gas, electricity and related appliances
• The provision of an energy performance certificate, giving details on the property’s energy rating and costs
Your rights as a tenant
You have the right to ‘quiet enjoyment’ of the property. This means that your landlord is not allowed to harass you or come around unannounced. Most contracts will stipulate the need for occasional inspections, or, if you are moving out, the requirement to show prospective tenants around, but you must be given at least 24 hours’ notice of a visit. You also have the right to properly fulfil any notice periods stipulated in your contract. Tenants entering into a fixed-term contract are also ent