Monthly rent:£ 845
Minimum tenancy:6 months
- Central heating via radiators
- Double glazing
- Third floor Southerly Aspect
- Refurbished Period Building
- Town Centre Location
- Close to Railway Station
- Shower Cubicle (no bath)
- Cycle Storage on Ground Floor
A one-bed, apartment in McIlroys period building overlooking central Reading. Close to shops, railway and main bus routes. Lounge/kitchen with modern appliances and double bedroom with space for small office/computer.
This modern one-bedroom, part-furnished apartment is on the third floor at McIlroys Building in Oxford Road with a bright southerly aspect over the town centre.
McIlroys is a period building served by two modern lifts having been refurbished throughout to create a convenient modern set of apartments located in the heart of Reading town centre with close access to railway station and main bus routes.
The apartment comprises Inner and outer hallways with airing cupboard and space for coat hanging. Living room includes sofa, dining table and two chairs, wall unit with storage, and shelf space for TV. Bedroom includes double bed, full height & depth wardrobe and drawer storage. Also space suitable for small office/computer workstation. Bathroom with shower (no bath).
The apartment would suit a single professional. Parking is not available, however there is an easily accessible cycle storage area within the building on the ground floor.
Local Tesco & other essentials within 5 minutes walk.
Council Tax Band B (£3.90 per day)
Professionals – Non-smokers only – No children – No pets
Tenants must be over 25 and have lived in the UK for at least 6 months to pass referencing.
A minimum income of £25,500 is required to pass referencing.
The tenancy is conducted in English. Applications are invited from all nationalities but tenants must speak and read/write good English.
Reference fee £30 per adult (non-refundable)
Reservation fee £200 per property (takes property off the market, and credited to first month rent. Refundable if reference fails).
Administration fee £69 payable in advance of taking possession of the property.
RIGHT TO RENT
Recent legislation requires that landlords and agents are required to undertake extended checks and take photographic records as part of the process to ensure tenants can legally reside in England.
All adults are required to undergo referencing through a commercial referencing company who will report to the landlord the suitability of the applicant. The tenant applicant will need to complete an initial short basic application form and supply ID and reference documents to the landlord/agent after which the referencing company will contact the applicant directly to complete the process (usually by completing a more-detailed on-line form). The referencing company will also contact the applicant’s employer to verify their employment status and income and it is essential to prevent delays that the applicant gives their personnel / HR department advance notice of the enquiry and gives permission to release the information. Where an applicant fails referencing a suitable guarantor may be acceptable.
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