- Grade II listed cottage with period features
- Two reception rooms
- Detached outbuilding
- Available 17th February
- Kitchen with Aga
- Four bedrooms
- Wrap around gardens
- Ample off street parking
The rear lobby is a more recent addition to the property, and leads into the country pine kitchen, with aga and space for a breakfast table. There are two reception rooms, one with a beautiful stone feature fireplace.
Stairs rise from the kitchen to the first floor, with two bedrooms and a bathroom. There are numerous beams throughout and original drop latch doors. A further bedroom can be found to the second floor.
The main highlight of this particular property must be the gardens, which wrap around the cottage with the River Chess meandering through them. There is a useful detached outbuilding, ideal for a home office or bedroom, and ample gated parking for a few vehicles. The front garden is gravelled, providing further parking.
Available: from 17th February
EPC: Exempt (Grade II listed)
Council Tax Band: F - £2,749.54 19/20
Chesham can be described as having one foot in London and the other in Buckinghamshire.
Lively and colourful, it has a cosmopolitan air yet shares Buckinghamshire's most prized features: the inspiring countryside, the rare peace and the ancient feel of England's traditions.
Smart and increasingly well served by familiar High Street shops, Chesham's independent retailers provide everything residents need. A quality butcher, housewares shop, chemist and baker complement the coffee shops and supermarkets.
Known locally for its schools (prep school and grammar school) the wide expanses of the country are no more than five minutes' drive from the centre.
The dual identity of Chesham makes it an informed choice for those leaving urban centres but wishing to remain connected to the hum and variety the larger town brings.
When you agree to take a tenancy of a property through Hadlands, we'll require the following:
A holding charge of £300.00 which enables us to withdraw the property from the market. This will be deducted from the first rent payment at the beginning of the let and is non-refundable if the tenancy does not commence.
A referencing fee of £120.00 per person. Should a guarantor be required the fee is £120.00.
Once successfully referenced, a minimum security deposit equivalent to one and a half month's rent is required, along with one month's rent paid in advance.
Our administration for setting up the Tenancy is £120.00. The cost of extending the Tenancy is £90.00.
The Landlord will pay for the inventory clerk to carry out a check in. When you leave the property, a check out will be carried out - the cost of which will be deducted from your security deposit.
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As well as paying the rent, you may also be required to make the following permitted payments.
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.
- Tenants are liable for the actual costs incurred from lost keys/security devices. If the loss leads to the locks needing to be replaced, the actual costs for attendance of a locksmith will be borne by the tenant.
- Payment of any unpaid rent or other reasonable costs associated with your early termination of the tenancy.
During the tenancy (payable to the provider) if permitted and applicable:
- Utilities – gas, electricity, water
- Communications – telephone and broadband
- Installation of cable/satellite
- Subscription to cable/satellite supplier
- Television licence
- Council Tax
Other permitted payments:
- Any other permitted payments, not included above, under the relevant legislation including contractual damages.
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