Park Grove, Henleaze, Bristol

£1,700pcm (Fees Apply) - Let Agreed

Telephone: 0117 949 9000

Email: agency@maggsandallen.co.uk

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Property Details

**LET AGREED - subject to contract** An individual detached (unfurnished) property in Henleaze hidden away off Park Grove. The property is accessed via a private driveway (to the side of no.73 Park Grove) and is set within large gardens behind electric gates with a driveway and parking for several cars to the front of the property as well as a triple garage with space for two vehicles and a work shop. To the rear is a 60 private garden with large decking area. The property which was built in the late 1980s and has been beautifully modernised. The L shaped kitchen/family room has a seating area with surround sound and is open to the kitchen which has white granite work surfaces, all Neff appliances, a central breakfast bar, twin ovens, integrated dishwasher, backlights and floor lights with double doors onto the rear garden with engineered oak flooring throughout. Further on the ground floor are two bedrooms, one with en suite, two reception rooms with vaulted ceilings overlooking the rear garden and a family bathroom. On the first floor is the master bedroom, bedroom four and a wonderful bathroom including a freestanding bath, 'his and hers' wash hand basins and large shower cubicle. **NO PETS** Council Tax Band E (information supplied by www.voa,gov.uk). *Agency fees £360 inc vat for the first two applicants. Contact the office for further information.

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