Hudson Moody

Godwins Way, Stamford Bridge, York

House - Terraced

£925 PCMTo Let

House - Terraced

Bedrooms 3 Bedroom

Bathrooms 2 Bathroom

Receptions 2 Reception

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An exceptional three bedroom terraced house in the popular Stamford Bridge area. Located close to schools and amenities the property is excellently located

The house is accessed via hallway leading to the spacious lounge and modern kitchen suite with integral appliances including a dishwasher. There is a small conservatory to the rear which works as an ideal dining or second living space. To the first floor are the master bedroom with wardrobes and ensuite shower room. There is a second bedroom and family bathroom. The loft has been converted to provide a further double bedroom which is showered with natural light.

To the rear is a small, maintainable garden complete with shed and furniture. To the front there is room for two cars and there is an additional space in the small car park nearby.

No Pets, No Smokers. Available 1st March 2022.

The asking rent does not include charges that may be payable before and/or during the duration of the tenancy, therefore you may be required to make one or more of the following permitted payments:

  • A holding deposit (up to 1 week's rent)
  • A tenancy deposit of 5 weeks' rent
  • A payment of up to £50 inc VAT to alter the tenancy agreement, when requested by a tenant, or reasonable costs incurred if higher
  • Interest at a rate of 3% above the Bank of England base rate, for late payment of rent (which is more than 14 days overdue)
  • A payment of £50 inc VAT for the replacement of a lost key or security device
  • Payments associated with early termination of the tenancy when requested by the tenant
  • Payments to service providers in respect of utilities, communication services, TV licence and council tax
  • Other payments, permitted under appropriate legislation, including damages.
The agent is a member of The Property Ombudsman Limited, which is a redress scheme, and RICS, which is a client money protection scheme.