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Interior

  • Impressive heavy double wooden doors open into the initial hall with a smart tiled floor and attractive wood beamed ceiling. This superb floor and panelling greets you in the magnificent dining room with an ornate wood surround and beamed ceiling


    Features of Villa

    • Magnificent dining room with an ornate wood
    • Impressive heavy double wooden doors
    • This superb floor and panelling
    • Enjoys lovely views across the front garden
    • At the rear of the house lies the kitchen breakfast room with tiled floor
    • Feature brick partition with timbers leading back to kitchen area.

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  • Kitchen with tiled floor, windows north west and south east, outside door north east, feature Range cooker in brick recess with tiled surround and extractor fan, selection of pine wall and floor units with sink with waste disposal unit, oak worktops and tiled surround, salting slab, space for dishwasher and white goods.


    Features of Villa

    • Kitchen breakfast room with tiled floor
    • Windows north west and south east
    • Range cooker in brick recess with tiled surround
    • Extractor fan
    • Microvawe
    • Space for dishwasher and white goods

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  • At the far south-west end of the floor is the 2 master bedrooms overlooking the front garden with an en suite bathrooms. Two further bedrooms lie centrally again overlooking the front garden. On the opposite north-east side of the floor are 1 living room overlooking the front garden with a separate cloakroom off the landing.


    Features of Villa

    • The bedroom accommodation is very spacious particularly with the incredible vaulted ceilings.
    • The mosquito net over the bed
    • Antique wood bed and forniture
    • Sash window north east, bath with half tiled surround and shower over, WC, wash basin.
    • With double wardrobes with storage shelves. table top over storage unit.
    • Double glazed windows to side.

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  • The main entrance to the villa leads through to a large home office and sitting room. A doorway leads off to the fitted kitchen that sits at the rear of the house enjoying the stunning views. A bathroom lies off the kitchen. A large 2 bedrooms at the far end of the villa completes the ground floor.


    Features of Villa

    • Library which are all of good home office
    • Antique table and chears
    • Antique ground watches
    • Interet, home phone
    • Fan
    • Light and power points.

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  • Magnificent formal gardens and lawned grounds lie around the villa featuring a wide variety of mature trees, shrubs, bushes, fruit orchards and flower borders. These are framed by a magical area of woodland jungle.


    Features of Villa

    • These are framed by a magical area of woodland jungle
    • Fruit orchards and flower borders
    • Magnificent formal gardens
    • BBQ area
    • Mature trees, shrubs, bushes
    • Light and power points.

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  • including an outside WC, utility area with single drainer sink unit and plumbing for washing machine, doors to front and rear. To one side is an attractive old separate medieval style house for staff.


    Features of Villa

    • 1 bedroom with furniture
    • Washing machine
    • Bathroom
    • Kitchen
    • Utility area
    • Satellite antenna

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  • This is really important. In most cases you will be asked to sign an assured shorthold tenancy agreement (AST) before your tenancy starts. If there is anything in the contract you are unclear about, seek legal advice before you sign. Make sure any agreements made at the time of the offer are reflected in the contract. The contract should also be supplied with an inventory – this details all the furniture & appliances within the property, as well as the current condition of the property. Make sure you check this and update the agent or landlord with anything that has been missed. This includes things like stains on the carpets and nails in the wall –  you might loose some of your deposit when you move out if you haven’t noted these issues at the start.

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  • Bills are an unfortunate reality of renting a home. As a tenant, you will likely be responsible for paying all of the household bills. This may include:
    Gas and/or electricity, Water bills, Council tax, Service charge (only for some properties), TV license (if you plan on watching live TV), Landline phone bill, Contents insurance, Digital TV or satellite TV subscriptions, Broadband bill.
    There can be agreements where landlords will cover some of these bill so it’s always best to check with the agent or landlord. If there are more bedrooms in your house than people, check out getting a water meter as it could save you money.

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  • Whether you’re taking a property furnished or unfurnished, you need to check what electrical goods are included in the price, and what condition they’re in. If you need any of these things but they aren’t supplied, you’ll need to factor the cost of purchasing these into your decision.

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  • Finally, it’s important to makes sure you clean your home regularly from the day you move in. It’s not uncommon for landlords and agents to perform regular inspections – make sure you’re always prepared as these can happen with as little as 24 hours notice. To get your full deposit back when you move out, the place will need to be sparkling. If you haven’t been cleaning regularly, long-term damage might have been done to the property and it’ll be harder to get the place up to the high standards required. Before you move out, make sure you know what you need to do to get your deposit back.

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