A very smart, two bedroom ground floor apartment forming part of this elegant Bath stone fronted, Grade II listed, Georgian building, situated in the centre of Reading. Available immediately on a furnished basis.
Presented in excellent order and stylishly furnished, a ground floor two bedroom apartment with its own entrance and allocated parking bay.
Spacious entrance hall, open plan living/dining room with kitchen along one side, featuring, integrated fridge/freezer, electric oven, hob and extractor, slimline dishwasher and washing machine.
Two double bedrooms and a luxury bathroom with shower over bath.
Energy Performance Certificate
EPC band D (58)
Onsite covered bike store.
Allocated parking bay to the rear accessed from Crown Street (parking permit required).
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PROPERTIES ARE TAKEN AS SEEN AND NO ALTERATONS, ADDITIONS OR CLEANING WILL BE UNDERTAKEN BY THE LANDLORD UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AGREED AT THE TIME OF OFFER.
Furnishings: This property is to be let on an Furnished basis, but will exclude all audio visual equipment and freestanding kitchen appliances, crockery, cutlery etc.
Rent: Rent payable in advance exclusive of Council Tax and all connected utilities.
Holding Deposit: A deposit equivalent to one week’s rent is required to secure the property (subject to contract and receipt of satisfactory references). The property will be withdrawn from the market once the holding deposit has cleared in the Ballards bank account. This is non-refundable in the event of unsatisfactory references, false or misleading information was provided or the withdrawal of your offer.
Dilapidations Deposit: A deposit equivalent to five weeks’ rent will be required to be held throughout the Tenancy as security against damages or any breach of the agreement by the Tenant. The dilapidations deposit will be registered with an approved deposit protection scheme (unless the contract is a Non-Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement).
Fees and Charges: Other fees and charges may apply if the Tenant breaches any of the clauses contained within the official Tenancy documents, details of which can be found on the Ballards website –
References: We will require at least two of the following references – Employers, accountant, financial, credit or Landlord. The credit check will be collected via an outside agency and therefore the necessary personal details/information will be supplied to them as part of the credit referencing process.
Pets: If you wish to keep a pet at a property then you must declare this in the first instance, as you will need to obtain the Landlords consent in writing via the Agent, prior to the commencement of the Tenancy.
Membership Names and Numbers:
Tenancy Deposit Scheme Membership Number – G02899
The Property Ombudsman Membership Number – D03311
Safeagent Licence Number – A2716
Due to new regulations, Ballards are now required to obtain proof of identity for each Tenant who rents a property via our agency. For this purpose, we are required to hold a copy of Photocard Driving Licence, Passport, and current utility bill. We may also require proof of permission to reside in the UK.
Important Note: For clarification, we wish to inform all applicants that we have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishings and no responsibility is taken for any error, omission or mis-statement in any of the marketing material for the property.
Situated on the London Road in the centre of Reading with Royal Berkshire Hospital just 150 yards to the east, and within a mile of the main line station and town centre with its excellent choice of shopping and entertainment.
The main campus for Reading University is also approximately 1 mile distance to the south.
By foot from Reading's main line train station, head out on the south side of the station and bear left and then at the mini-roundabout turn right into Blagrave street. Walk up Blagrave Street passing Reading Museum and Reading Town Hall then continue through Market Place in bearing left into High Street. At the junction with Kings Road, continue straight over in to Duke Street and over the River Kennet into London Street. Then veer left into Queens Road and continue along for approximately 300 years and then cross south into Sidmouth street. Continue to the top of Sidmouth street and then at the pedestrian crossing, cross over London Road and turn left and the building is then immediately on your right.