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St Cuthberts Court, Lincoln, LN1 3ER

£875 Monthly

St Cuthberts Court, Lincoln, LN1 3ER

2 Bedrooms
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Status Available
Price Qualifier Default
Property Type Flat / Apartment (Flat)
Letting Deposit £1,005
Letting Type Long Term
Funished? Unfurnished
Tenure Type Freehold
Transaction Type Lettings

Features

  • Beautifully Presented Coach House Apartment
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Juliette Balcony to the Living Area
  • Allocated Parking
  • No Smokers
  • No Pets

Property description

A well presented two bedroomed coach house apartment having the benefit of car parking in this gated complex; minutes from the pedestrianised High Street, and enjoying an elevated position as well as all the local amenities of this popular part of the City.

The property briefly comprises of: an open staircase leading to the ENTRANCE HALLWAY with large cupboard; well fitted KITCHEN/LIVING SPACE with integrated units including a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer, over and under unit lighting; the living area also benefits from patio doors to a juliette balcony; INNER HALLWAY with large cupboard housing the boiler and storage area; Double Walk In Wardrobe; TWO BEDROOMS; BATHROOM with shower over the bath.
Outside there is an allocated parking space.

At King & Co, we strive to ensure all our fees are transparent and we proudly publish them openly so there are no hidden charges or surprises.  All charges shown below, again to aid transparency, are inclusive of VAT.

Before you move in
A formal application with supplementary documentation will be required for all rental properties.
The first month's rent and deposit of 5 weeks rent are due in full upon or prior to signing the tenancy agreement. This payment must be by cash or online payment, however, the funds must be in our account for keys to be released.

During your tenancy
As well as paying the rent, you may also be required to make the following permitted payments.

Permitted Payments
Payment of £50 inc VAT if you want to change the signed tenancy agreement – examples of this are permission for an additional person to occupy the property, permission for a pet in the property , decoration.
The payment for a new key / security device to the property.  A charge of £15 per hour may be charged in exceptional circumstances.
Payment of any unpaid rent or any other reasonable costs associated with your early termination of the tenancy such as the landlords reletting costs (costs are displayed on our website).

During the Tenancy (payable to the provider) if permitted and applicable
• Utilities – Gas, Electricity, Water, Oil, Green Deal Payments
• Communications – Telephone and Broadband
• Installation of cable/satellite
• Subscription to cable/satellite supplier
• Television License
• Council Tax

Other Permitted Payments
Any other permitted payments, not included above, under the relevant legislation scheme including contractual damages – examples of which include the payment to a contractor if you fail to attend a confirmed appointment, damages caused to the property due to the negligence of the tenancy for such items as blocked drains (eg. nappies flushed down the w.c).
Rental payments overdue by more than 14 days will be subject to interest at the rate of 3% over the Bank of England Base Rate calculated from the date the payment was due up until the date payment is received.

Tenant Protection
King & Co is a member of Client Money Protect, which is a client money protection scheme, and also a member of The Property Ombudsman, which is a redress scheme. You can find out more details on the agent's website or by contacting the agent directly.

Notes to potential tenants
The tenancy is for a period of a minimum of six months unless otherwise previously agreed with the Agent/Landlord.
Tenants must be aged 21 years or over.

 

Fees To Tenants

At King & Co, we strive to ensure all our fees are transparent and we proudly publish them openly so there are no hidden charges or surprises.  All charges shown below, again to aid transparency, are inclusive of VAT.

Before you move in

A formal application with supplementary documentation will be required for all rental properties.

The first month's rent and deposit of 5 weeks rent are due in full upon or prior to signing the tenancy agreement. This payment must be by cash or online payment, however, the funds must be in our account for keys to be released.

During your tenancy

As well as paying the rent, you may also be required to make the following permitted payments.

Permitted Payments

Payment of £50 inc VAT if you want to change the signed tenancy agreement – examples of this are permission for an additional person to occupy the property, permission for a pet in the property, decoration.

The payment for a new key / security device to the property.  A charge of £15 per hour may be charged in exceptional circumstances.

Payment of any unpaid rent or any other reasonable costs associated with your early termination of the tenancy such as the landlords reletting costs (costs are displayed on our website).

During the Tenancy (payable to the provider) if permitted and applicable

  • Utilities – Gas, Electricity, Water, Oil, Green Deal Payments
  • Communications – Telephone and Broadband
  • Installation of cable/satellite
  • Subscription to cable/satellite supplier
  • Television License
  • Council Tax

Other Permitted Payments

Any other permitted payments, not included above, under the relevant legislation scheme including contractual damages – examples of which include the payment to a contractor if you fail to attend a confirmed appointment, damages caused to the property due to the negligence of the tenancy for such items as blocked drains (eg. nappies flushed down the w.c).

Rental payments overdue by more than 14 days will be subject to interest at the rate of 3% over the Bank of England Base Rate calculated from the date the payment was due up until the date payment is received.

Tenant Protection

King & Co is a member of Client Money Protect, which is a client money protection scheme, and also a member of The Property Ombudsman, which is a redress scheme. You can find out more details on the agent’s website or by contacting the agent directly.

Notes to potential tenants

The tenancy is for a period of a minimum of six months unless otherwise previously agreed with the Agent/Landlord.

Tenants must be aged 21 years or over.