Monthly Rental Of £600

1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment apartment

  • Lovely Conversion
  • Top Floor
  • One Bedroom
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Stunning Communal Gardens
  • Parking
  • Unfurnished

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SUPERB UNFURNISHED TOP FLOOR ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT!! Situated in this most desirable of locations and offering all the charm and character of this impressive period conversion. Being offered with central heating and a lovely blend of original features the accommodation on offer briefly comprises; communal grounds offering one allocated parking bay and stunning mature gardens, communal entrance, entrance hallway, spacious lounge, re-fitted modern kitchen - diner with white goods, bathroom and master bedroom with fitted wardrobes. Providing plentiful storage throughout . This property is available now!!! To arrange your viewing please call our Lettings team on; 0121 442 4040 or please feel free to visit our website for further information ; www.ricechamberlains.co.uk


FEES.

Referencing Fee: £150.00 inc VAT per applicant (All occupants over the age of 18 must be referenced)
Administration fee - £132.00
Deposit: 6 Weeks Rent 
Redraft of Contracts: £66.00 inc VAT per contract. 
Please call us for any further fee information
  • Lovely Conversion
  • Top Floor
  • One Bedroom
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Stunning Communal Gardens
  • Parking
  • Unfurnished


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Approach

This top floor, one bedroomed converted Victorian apartment is approached via communal front garden leading to communal front access door opening into:

Communal Hallway

Having stairs with turning balustrade leading up to the top floor with dormer window giving lovely views to the rear garden and Moseley Bog behind and stained glass original style windows. With hardwood front entry door opening into:

Hallway

Benefiting from recessed spotlights to ceiling, laminate wood effect flooring, built in storage units, wall mounted electric meter, telephone intercom system, central heating radiator, double mirror fronted walk in wardrobes providing plentiful storage for the apartment and wooden interior doors opening into:

Lounge

16' 9'' (into window recess) x 11' 0'' (5.12m (into windows recess) x 3.38m)
Being of good size with continued laminate wood effect flooring, single original style windows giving views to the front aspects and a central heating radiator.

Breakfast Kitchen

10' 9'' x 7' 8'' (3.3m x 2.35m)
This modern breakfast kitchen area offers a large selection of matching wall and base units in a beech style with glass fronted display cabinets with inbuilt display lighting, granite effect roll edge work surfaces, inbuilt double oven with four ring burner gas hob and stainless steel chimney style extractor over, space facility for fridge freezer and washing machine, complimentary tiling to splash back areas, breakfast bar area, recessed spotlights to ceiling, single glazed windows giving lovely views to the rear gardens of the property, tile effect flooring and a central heating radiator.

Re-Fitted Bathroom

Offering a three-piece white bathroom suite with low flush WC, wash hand basin on pedestal and panelled bath with shower attachment over. The bathroom further offers tiling to walls and extractor fan.

Bedroom

11' 0'' (max) x 14' 3'' (max) (3.36m (max) x 4.36m (max) )
Being of a good size with built in double wardrobes, recessed spotlights to ceiling, over head wall mounted lighting points to bed area, laminate effect wood flooring, central heating radiator, single glazed windows giving views to the rear aspects and exterior door giving access out onto:

Rear Balcony

The wooden designed balcony provides pleasant outside entertaining space with pleasant views to the rear garden and further a field Moseley Bog.

Communal Gardens

This lovely conversion hides a superb rear garden to the property, which boasts well tendered lawns with various selections of mature trees, shrubs and hedgerows.

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