Dunkirk Lane, Leyland

£750 pcm
  • Type: End of Terrace House
  • Availability: Let Agreed
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Furnished: Unfurnished
  • Deposit: £865
  • Available: 30 July 2024
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Property Summary

A end terrace house which is well situated for local amenities. The ground floor accommodation offers an entrance vestibule, good size lounge and a modern fitted dining kitchen. On the first floor are two bedrooms and a three piece bathroom suite in white. The property has a garden to the rear. Council tax band A. EPC rating E.

Please note a holding deposit equivalent to one weeks rent is payable to secure the property (this is fully refundable subject to successful referencing).

Full Details

Ground Floor

UPVC double glazed window. Door into the lounge.

Lounge 4.585 x 3.722 (15'0" x 12'2")
UPVC double glazed window to the front. Radiator. Door into the kitchen/diner.

Kitchen/Diner 3.673 x 3.479 (12'0" x 11'4")
Fitted with a range of modern wall and base units and contrasting work surfaces. Electric oven. Stainless steel sink with drainer. Tiled to splash back areas. UPVC double glazed window to the side and rear. Radiator. Space for fridge/freezer and washing machine. Wall mounted combination boiler. Door to the rear. Stairs leading to the first floor.

First Floor

Access into the two bedrooms and bathroom. Loft access.

Bedroom One 4.599 x 3.727 (15'1" x 12'2")
UPVC double glazed window to the front. Radiator.

Bedroom Two 3.473 x 2.820 (11'4" x 9'3")
UPVC double glazed window to the rear. Radiator.

Bathroom 1.662 x 1.816 (5'5" x 5'11")
Fitted with a bath with overhead shower and screen, hand wash basin and WC. Radiator. UPVC double glazed window to the rear.

To the rear is a garden which is laid to lawn.

Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, they are for guidance only and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. A wide angle camera has been used in these photos and intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy.