Church Street, Edmonton N9 | Peter Barry Estate Agent

Asking Price £625,000 Church Street, Edmonton N9   

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Property Summary

Peter Barry are pleased to offer this rarely available 1930's three/four bedroom family residence situated perfectly for local road links. Perfectly positioned for great access to Winchmore Hill mainline station into London's financial district and the A10 & A406 for travel into Central, East and West London, bus are routes are plentiful. Also its a great location for schools, such as 0.5 miles to Starks Field primary school and also 134 ft away from Edmonton County secondary school.

This very attractive Detached home also benefits from a lower level side extension with a pitched roof that provides you with a Granny annexe and its own wash room/En suite.

Downstairs, the property has great floor space which allows for two generous size reception rooms and a long galley kitchen with utility area leading to the rear garden. There is a fourth bedroom with en suite/granny annex with wash room too.
Upstairs the property's landing leads to all three bedrooms, two spacious double bedrooms and one single bedroom. The family bathroom has ample space for a four piece bathroom suite.

Church Street is on the borders of Winchmore Hill with your garage being in N21. The area has much too offer with transport links, good schools and local shops and shopping centres all within close proximity. The open spaces and parks are also plentiful with Firs farm wetlands & playing fields close by as is Winchmore Hill Cricket Club.

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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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