Bertram Road, Enfield EN1 | Peter Barry Estate Agent

Offers in Region of £550,000 Bertram Road, Enfield EN1   


Property Summary

Peter Barry are delighted to offer this spacious three double bedroom End of Terrace Victorian family house that has been renovated to a very high standard. The property has been extended to the rear, into the loft and to the side on the ground and first floor to create a truly amazing family space.

This wonderful family home has been very much improved by its current owner and is situated perfectly for Enfield Town shopping centre and Enfield retail park for all your high street needs. You have a great selection of both Primary and secondary schools to choose from too.

Transport links are fantastic with Enfield Town mainline station just 0.7 miles away and the A10, A406 & th M25 all within close driving proximity. Local bus routes are also plentiful too.

In brief the accommodation comprises Inner hallway, generous sized through lounge with bay window, a fitted modern kitchen dinner with fully integrated appliances, first floor landing, two double bedrooms, one with en suite showeroom, Grand four piece luxury family bathroom, second floor landing leads to the final double bedroom with walk in wardrobe/storage space.

Outside the property has traditionally sized front garden for this period of property and the rear has patio area, mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. To the rear you have a fully functioning office/study outhouse, this can be turned back into a garage/playroom or summer house. Also the property has a gate to the side for access.

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The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor. All measurements and descriptions are approximate. The floor plan shown is for illustrative purposes only and should not be scaled from.

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Fees to Tenant:

  • £125 + vat per tenant
  • Inventory & check in. Price dependent on size of property. Please ask for further details

The cost involves:

  • Collating references – credit check, bank statements, payslips, landlord reference, employer reference
  • Drawing up legal paperwork
  • Protecting the security deposit
  • Transferring utilities into tenants name

Before the start of the tenancy you will be required to pay:

  • One month's rent in advance (unless a longer period is agreed)
  • A security deposit usually equivalent to one month's rent

A reservation fee equivalent to two week's rent to take the property off the market and hold the property whilst referencing takes place is required, which will be offset against the initial rental payment should the tenancy proceed.

Please be aware the above may alter depending on individual circumstances.


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