Sherston, Wilts: £1,450 pcm
A delightful four bedroom house in an ideal location – a tranquil oasis in the heart of Sherston village.
DESCRIPTON Located in the heart of Sherston village, this detached cottage is perfectly situated being only a short walk away from the popular primary school and all the amenities on the high street. The front door opens into the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a good range of cupboards. There is also a separate large utility room/downstairs toilet. The long reception room leads into a pleasant enclosed garden. On the first floor, there are four generous bedrooms including a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. The cottage is available immediately, unfurnished at a monthly rent of £1500.
LOCATION The beautiful and much sought after village of Sherston with its broad High Street and historic stone houses, is conveniently located on the edge of the Cotswolds and has a thriving community and was recently voted as 5th Best Village in which to live by The Times. The village offers many facilities including churches, primary school, doctors’ surgery, post office/general stores, hairdresser,wine shops and two excellent public houses and ‘The Angel’ coffee shop/restaurant and boutique hotel together with a host of societies and clubs offering entertainment and social events for young and old alike. Close by are the market towns of Malmesbury and Tetbury and both towns offer a wide range of shops including Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, services, excellent schools and leisure facilities . Junctions 17 & 18 of the M4 are both within 15 minutes’ drive providing easy commuter access to Bath, Bristol and Swindon whilst rail services to London-Paddington are available from Chippenham.
FEES £150 reference fee per Tenant (and Guarantor, if needed) including VAT
£180 including VAT towards initial legal cost at the beginning of the Tenancy.
£100 inventory check-in charge.
There will also be a £90 fee inc.VAT payable toward the cost of the Tenancy renewal should the term be extended.