Tall Elms Road, Charlton Hayes, Bristol

£975pcm (Tenancy Info) - Let Agreed

  • STUNNING APARTMENT
  • 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • 2 BATHROOMS
  • LUXURY FITTED KITCHEN
  • OPEN PLAN LOUNGE
  • LOTS OF STORAGE

Telephone: 0117 949 9000

Email: lettings@maggsandallen.co.uk

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Property Details

** VIRTUAL VIEWING TOUR AVAILABLE ** Beautifully presented first floor apartment which has been re-modelled to provide a spacious fitted kitchen and living area ideal for the budding chef ! The PART FURNISHED accommodation briefly comprises 'L' shaped hallway with storage, open plan living area with stunning kitchen/dining space, main bedroom with fitted wardrobe and en suite, second double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and main bathroom with shower over bath. Further benefits include wood flooring, loads of storage, double glazing, gas central heating and parking space. To qualify for this property you will need a household income of £29,250 per annum, a clear credit history and UK residency for at least SIX months (for referencing purposes)

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