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Flat 3, 36 George Street, Warminster
Availability: Let Agreed
Property SummarySecond floor flat in converted building above shop. Communal hallway to front door, living room/bedroom, kitchen and bathroom . Light and airy flat with shared basement utility area for washing machine. Access to shared garden. Close to the town centre and within easy walking distance to the railway station. A launderette is just around the corner and there are shops, takeaways and restaurants in the vicinity.
Relevant letting fees and tenant protection information
As well as paying the rent, you may also be required to make the following permitted payments
Before the tenancy starts the following fees are payable
Holding Deposit:1 week's rent which is refundable if the tenancy goes ahead. £115.38
One month’s rent up front as well as a deposit of 5 weeks' rent £576.92
During the tenancy (payable to the provider) if permitted and applicable
- Utilities - gas, electricity, water
- Communications - telephone and broadband
- Installation of cable/satellite
- Subscription to cable/satellite supplier
- Television licence
- Council Tax
An extra charge for the reasonably incurred costs for the loss of keys/security devices £100
Client money protection scheme (CMP)
We are a member of UKALA Total loss CMP which is a client money protection scheme, and also a member of Property Redress Scheme. We are also a member of MyIdeposits You can find out more details by contacting the office directly. We are also a member of My|Deposits.
5 Minutes walk to Railway station which has direct trains to London.
10 Minutes drive to Westbury approximately
20 Minutes drive to Frome approximately.
25 Minutes drive to Trowbridge approximately.
35 Minutes drive to Bath approximately.
45 Minutes drive to Salisbury approximately.
WARMINSTER AND THE SURROUNDING VILLAGES
Warminster is situated in the southwest corner of Wiltshire midway between the cities of Bath and Salisbury and not far from the Somerset/Dorset borders. It is an ancient market town and the local market still takes place every Friday morning. For the commuter there are rail links to London, Bath, Bristol and Salisbury and Warminster is also close to major roads including the A303 London to Exeter, A36 Salisbury to Bath. The A350 goes North to the M4 and heads south to the coast at Poole with its ferry links to the continent.
On the eastern edge of Warminster is Salisbury Plain with its wide-open spaces, used by the military for many years as a training ground and which is a haven for wildlife.
There are several primary schools and two senior schools, one being designated as a Sports College and the other a public school. Other facilities include library, sports centre with swimming pool, doctors and dentists surgeries, small hospital and post office.
Local attractions include Longleat House and Safari Park, Stourhead House and Garden, Shearwater Lake and Cley Hill famous for its UFO sightings!
Running along the length of the nearby Wylye Valley are several pretty villages such as Bishopstrow (with its own four star Hotel and Spa), Sutton Veny, Norton Bavant, Heytesbury, Codford and Wylye.
No floor plans are available for this property.