- Aldryngton catchment
- Popular Gough Cooper Cottage Style
- Downstairs shower and cloakroom
- Approx. 50 ft rear garden
- Close to Maiden Erlegh lake
- Available early to mid January 2022
- Ground floor bedroom 4 or family room
- Traditional Maiden Erlegh catchment
Available early to mid January 2022 - An extended Gough Cooper Cottage Style family home in the Aldryngton catchment. 3/4 bedrooms, 2/3 reception rooms, first floor family bathroom, ground floor shower room and cloakroom, kitchen, garage, approx 50 ft garden.
Available early to mid January 2022 - An extended Gough Cooper Cottage Style family home in the Aldryngton catchment. 3/4 bedrooms, 2/3 reception rooms, first floor family bathroom, ground floor shower room and cloakroom, kitchen, garage, approx 50 ft garden.Viewings during the pandemic:
The Government has allowed housing market activity to continue on the basis that Agents and the public act responsibly. It is important that you only view a property if you are confident that it fits your requirements, and you are able to proceed.
The largest of the Gough Cooper semi-detached designs, extended and refurbished in recent years with a downstairs 4th bedroom or additional reception room, a ground floor shower room and cloakroom, and an approximate 50 ft rear garden.
The property is about 350 yards from Aldryngton and Maiden Erlegh schools, just a short distance from Maiden Erlegh Nature Reserve and the University campus. There are local shops at The Parade with more extensive facilities at Asda and Marks & Spencer in Lower Earley.
Local bus services provide access into Reading town centre where there is a main line railway station with fast services to Paddington as well as services to Waterloo which run through the nearby Earley railway station.
The M4 motorway can be joined either at Junction 11, where there is also the A33 south towards Basingstoke, or at Junction 10 where London then lies about 40 miles away and Heathrow airport about 28 miles away.
Council Tax: E
N.B. Photos taken July 2019.TENANTS PERMITTED PAYMENTSBefore the tenancy starts:-
Holding Deposit: one week’s rent, payable on the Landlord agreeing to the proposed letting and commencement date, subject to references. Once the holding deposit is received in cleared funds the property will be withdrawn from the market for fifteen days (eleven working days). If the Tenant provides false or misleading information, fails a reference or right to rent check, or withdraws from renting the property the holding deposit will be retained by the Agent. If the landlord withdraws the deposit will be refunded.Tenancy Requirements:
Deposit: equivalent to five weeks’ rent for any contingencies arising out of the Tenancy in respect of dilapidations and any other outstanding charges. The deposit will be held by The Deposit Protection Service for the duration of the Tenancy. The Tenant is not entitled to any interest accrued on their deposit whilst it is held by the Deposit Protection Service.
First month’s rent in advance. The rent to be paid by monthly standing order.During the Tenancy:
Payment of interest for the late payment of rent at a rate of 3% above the Bank of England base rate where the rent has been outstanding for 14 days or more for each day the payment is outstanding (from the date set out in the tenancy agreement).
Payment of £50 for any changes to the terms of the tenancy agreement when requested by the Tenant and agreed by the Landlord.
Payment for the reasonably incurred costs for the loss of keys/security devices.
Payment of any unpaid rent or other reasonable costs associated with the early termination of the tenancy if requested by the Tenant.During the Tenancy (payable to the provider) if permitted by the Tenancy Agreement and applicable:
Utilities: gas, electricity, water;
Council Tax; Telephone and broadband; Installation of cable/ satellite; Television licence.Other permitted payments:
Any other permitted payment, not included above, under the relevant legislation including contractual damages.Money Protection:
Martin & Pole is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, which includes a client money protection scheme and also a member of the Property Ombudsman redress scheme.