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The Lettings Boutique are pleased to offer this 6 bed 2 bath house in the popular area of Broomhall just a stones throw away from the city centre and amenities such as local shops, pubs and public transport links.

Looking to save rent over the summer?

This property is also available with a 10 or 12 month tenancy option from 1st September.

Looking for a start date between 1st July and 1st September?

Contact us to discuss your options.

 

The accommodation briefly comprises:

 

Modern open plan fitted kitchen/diner with washer dryer, dishwasher & fridge/freezer.

Living room with 2 sofas. 

 

Dining table and chairs

 

2x shower rooms with shower cubicle, WC and hand basin

 

6x fully furnished bedrooms

On street permit parking.

£99 pppw exclusive of bills or £121 pppw inclusive of bills

 

Available on a 12 month tenancy from July 1st 2024.

 

EPC Ratings: D

A full copy of the EPC can be e-mailed to potential applicants on request.​

Council Tax Band: A

Student deposit £200 per person (Total £1,200)

Holding deposit £99 per person (Total £594)

(Rents are usually paid in quarterly amounts of £1,287.00 per person per quarter excluding bills. Total for the property £7,722.00 per quarter excluding bills.)

Additional information:

 

For an indication of specific speeds and supply of mobile signal or coverage in the area, we recommend the Ofcom checker, link below:  

 

View mobile availability - Ofcom Checker

 

You can also check the broadband speeds available on the link below:

 

View broadband availability - Ofcom Checker title

Flood risk summary for the area around the property from gov.uk:

 

Rivers and the sea: Very low risk

 

Surface water: High Risk 

Surface water flooding happens when rainwater cannot drain away through the normal drainage systems. Instead, it lies on or flows over the ground. Surface water flooding is sometimes known as flash flooding. It can:

  • be difficult to predict as it depends on rainfall volume and location

  • happen up hills and away from rivers and other bodies of water

  • affect areas with harder surfaces, like concrete, more severely

Lead local flood authorities (LLFA) are responsible for managing the flood risk from surface water and may hold more detailed information.

 

Reservoirs: Flooding from reservoirs is unlikely in this area

 

Groundwater: Flooding from groundwater is unlikely in this area

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