New to the market for rent is this semi detached TRUE bungalow is well presented and only a short walk to the centre of Hesketh Bank village, Booths supermarket all other local shops, schools and amenities.
The internal layout of the property in brief includes: entrance hall, lounge, bedrooms one and two, bedroom two has fitted furniture, bathroom and kitchen. There is off road parking on the driveway to the front and a low maintenance front garden. The rear garden is accessed via a gate to the right-hand side of the property. The rear garden is laid to lawn with a patio area and there is a timber garden shed.
The Local Area
Hesketh Bank is a small agricultural village in Lancashire. It lies to the north-east of the town of Southport on the Irish Sea estuary of the River Ribble. The area falls under West Lancashire Borough Council for administrative purposes, and Hesketh-with-Becconsall Parish Council for parochial matters. Within the village are local schools, bus stops, independent shops as well as larger chain stores, such as Booths supermarket, making the village close-knit and semi rural yet with all creature comforts and necessities just a short distance away. The village is also geographically situated between Southport, Preston, Ormskirk and Liverpool, making commuting to such cities / towns almost equal distance.
Information for Potential Tenants
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Should you wish to reserve or “hold” a property via Smart Move, you must pay a holding fee of one weeks rent, whilst you undergo credit checks. Once you have passed credit checks, this holding fee will be deducted from the first month’s rent. NB: The holding fee is non-refundable if the applicant pulls out on renting the property without good reason, or if they fail credit checks due to falsely supplied information. All tenants and guarantors must undergo full credit checks. On the day you move into a property, you must pay the first month’s rent plus a security deposit / bond, which is usually the equivalent of one month’s rent. The security deposit shall be returned to the tenant upon the end of the tenancy, if the property is left in the same good order as they moved into it.