Three bedroom brick townhouse located in quiet complex features include:
floating floor boards throughout property
Bedrooms all with built in robes
Kitchen and living area open plan
Bathroom with shower and bath
Single garage with internal access
Parking bay next to garage
Enclosed private rear courtyard off living area
To inspect & apply -
You are welcome to come along to an advertised viewing time, no need to register. If there is no advertised viewing time please register your interest with our office and we will contact you if a viewing time becomes available.
You or a representative must inspect the property prior to applying.
Application forms are available to download on the Wright Dunn website, alternatively you can apply through 1form and email direct to the property manager firstname.lastname@example.org
Important information - Tenant must seek Landlord's consent for a pet There is no current Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) recorded for this property.
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