22 Harvard Avenue, Honeybourne, Evesham

2 beds | £685 pcm


This two bedroom terraced property is situated within the popular village of Honeybourne. The property is within walking distance of the train station which has direct links to London, the local newsagents, fish and chip shop and Co-op Supermarket.
To the ground floor there is an entrance hall, lounge and open plan kitchen / dining room. On the first floor there is a family bathroom, separate toilet, two good size double bedrooms, with the master bedroom having an en-suite minus a WC. Both bedrooms have built in furniture such as wardrobes that cannot be removed.
To the rear there is a good sized enclosed garden with shed. The parking for the property is on road but there is plenty in the surrounding area.
The property is gas central heated and double glazed throughout.
No smokers or pets. Unfurnished and available immediately.
EPC C
Broadband enquiries at the property concerning its availability and estimated strength and download speeds can be made with bt.com.
N.B - Any white goods left at the property are left on the understanding that the landlord is not obliged to either repair or replace, if they choose not to do so. Breakdowns must be reported to the agent.
BEFORE YOU MOVE IN:
Referencing (identity, immigration and visa confirmation where necessary, financial credit checks, obtaining references from current or previous employers / landlords and any other relevant information to assess affordability).
In order to remove a property from marketing, we will charge a refundable Holding Deposit of 158.08 which will be equivalent to one weeks rent will be used as part of the first month?s rent. The Holding Deposit will be returned within 15 days if the landlord or the agent decide not to take the tenancy forward, unless:
- a tenant does not have the right to rent property under the Immigration Act
- the tenant provides false or misleading information (ie failed referencing checks)
- the tenant decides not to enter into the agreement (changes their mind) or fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement
Independent redress provided by Property Redress Scheme.
Client Money Protection (CMP) provided by RICS.

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