- Communal entrance hall
- Two double bedrooms (one en-suite)
- Four piece bathroom
- Landscaped communal gardens
- Large kitchen/dining/living area
- Living room/bedroom three
- Garage & parking
- Available 20th March
Invitingly open to interpretation, this apartment awaits only an adoring resident.
Stylistic references span the decades but the most alluring features must be the windows. Protruding into the gardens, a five cornered recess invites you to while away the hours with a book.
Original and resilient parquet flooring add to the attention-grabbing lines and patterns which give this apartment its strong identity.
The room dimensions retain the sense of the former grand house. Its position on a glorious, tree-lined road adds to this. A master en suite, private garage and patio doors leading on to the communal garden complete the attractive picture.
This is an apartment which retains the richness of age while showing off the advantages of a skilful and affectionate refurbishment.
Available: From 20th March
Council Tax Band E £2,166.36 19/20
Every piece of literature on Berkhamsted reveals its unique character.
When well-known personalities make their home here (as they have done) it's a clear indication that it's both private, underplayed yet well-connected.
From the castle (central to the 1066 story) to the schools, the Grand Union Canal to the farmers' market, it becomes clear that this is an understated yet lively town.
Small enough to have a strong community and some wonderfully untouched areas, yet large enough to fulfil your expectations of modern amenities, the face of Berkhamsted is nothing if not varied.
Families with children of any age will be well served here whether seeking high standards of education or outside school activities; just over thirty minutes on the train brings you to Euston; the architecturally attractive town has a high ratio of independent retailers as well as the High street favourites.
Add to this the town's varied restaurants and cafes, the theatres in neighbouring towns and the universally esteemed Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty which enfold Berkhamsted and the appeal is understandable.
Berkhamsted stands in its own class: quietly going about its business, confident in its importance and fulfilling every traditional and modern expectation of life.
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Before the tenancy starts:
- Holding Deposit: 1 week's rent
- Security Deposit: Five weeks' rent
During the tenancy:
- Payment of £50 (inc VAT) if you want to change the tenancy agreement
Payment of interest for the late payment of rent at a rate of 3% above the Bank of England Base Rate.
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- Payment of any unpaid rent or other reasonable costs associated with your early termination of the tenancy.
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