Mount Street, Diss, Norfolk
A 2 bedroom period cottage with 2 reception rooms and garden within a conservation area in the town centre.
Directions: From the agents office in Diss continue to the top of Denmark Hill and follow the road round to the right, continue to the junction with Mount Street and turn left, the property will be found on the left hand side at the end of the railings.
Property: A 2 bedroom period cottage with fully fitted kitchen, dinning room and living room with patio doors out to the garden on the ground floor. Two separate staircases leading to the two double bedrooms, one with en-suite and the other with its on dressing area and bathroom.
Outside: A side gate with alleyway leads to the garden at the rear which is mainly laid to lawn with a small patio area.
Services: This property is connected to mains sewage, mains electricity with Gas fired central heating.
Terms of the Tenancy: The property will be let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy for an initial fixed term of a minimum of 6 months.
Rent: The rent, exclusive of all other outgoings and Council Tax will be £750.00 per calendar month payable monthly in advance by standing order.
Tenancy Agreement: A draft copy of the tenancy agreement will be available for inspection at the Agent’s offices.
Pets: One small pet will be considered at the landlords discretion.
Restrictions: Smokers will not be considered.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Agents.
Applications: Applicants, once accepted in principle by the Landlord must pay a Holding Deposit of 1 week’s rent £173 and complete an online application and undergo a full reference and credit check.
The Holding Deposit is refundable if:
1. The landlord accepts your application for the tenancy, in which case this will be carried forward towards the Tenancy Deposit and registered with TDS.
2. The Landlord decides not to let the property.
3. An agreement to rent the property is not reached before the ‘deadline to reach agreement’ and the tenant is not at fault.
The Holding Deposit will not be returned and will be retained by the letting agent and/or landlord if:
1. You decide not to proceed with the tenancy.
2. You provide false or misleading information which reasonably affects the Landlord’s decision to rent to you.
3. You fail a Right to Rent check.
4. Or fail to take all reasonable steps to enter into an agreement (i.e. responding to reasonable requests for information required to progress the agreement) when the landlord and/or agent has done so.
The ‘deadline for agreement’ for both parties is usually 15 days after a holding deposit has been received by a landlord or agent (unless otherwise agreed in writing).
Once you apply for a tenancy and pay a Holding Deposit you will be referenced. This process will include (but not be limited to) a check on your credit history, employment/income sources and current landlord. You will be sent a link by a reference provider. Please follow the link and provide the requested information. Once the reference report is complete this will be provided to the Landlord, and when we have their approval we will contact you to confirm a start date.