Spacious student home convenient for 7 student sharers. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen. All double beds. 4 bedrooms have showers plus communal shower rooms and a WC. Gas central heating plus double glazing. EPC rating D 62
ONLINE APPLICATION AVAILABLE THROUGH STUDENT@CARDENS WEBSITE
Mount Pleasant Road is very popular with student - around 20 minutes for Streatham Campus and City Centre.
This fully furnished townhouse has 7 large double bedrooms - all with double beds. Four bedrooms have showers and a further communal shower rooms Plus a second WC.
Accommodation is over three floors with a large open plan living space with fitted kitchen with all essential appliances.
At the rear is a low maintenance tiered courtyard style garden with gate providing access to service lane.
Check the online property tour showing all rooms and areas.
£135 per person per week / £585per person per month (excluding bills)
Gas central heating and double glazed windows.
EPC rating D 62
Deposit of £600 per person to be paid (The Holding deposit of £100 per person will be transferred to the deposit account leaving a balance of £500 to pay.)
11-month fixed term tenancy
Students@Cardens continue to provide an online application service to allow you to secure your preferred property easily and quickly using the online property tour and application process. Alternatively, you can arrange to visit the property – please call 01392 433866 to arrange an appointment.
To make an application choose who will be your lead tenant. They can make a single application for your entire house group and will need to provide details of all the tenants and their guarantors. This process starts with a single click on the application button above. Once submitted you will be directed to a screen to pay the holding deposit of £100 per person.
Please note that once you submit your application the property will appear as let agreed. To secure the property you must complete the payment process which is displayed after submitting your application.
The holding deposit will be set against the full deposit due when the tenancy agreement is signed. If you withdraw your application, you will forfeit the holding deposit paid. If the landlord withdraws the property, or does not accept your application, the holding deposit paid will be refunded.