Pretty three bedroom detached house near centre of Cleckheaton tucked ...
|£75 Per Week, £150 Deposit, 30th Nov, Single Room , Furnished|
|£85 Per Week, £200 Deposit, 15th Dec, Double Room , Furnished|
|Minimum Stay||1 months|
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The single room to rent is relatively Neely furnished with a new carpet. The Room has white furniture and a new divan single bed white fresh white bedding. The TV in room comes with freeview and dvd player. It has a big double wardrobe and large dresser.
The single room is from £75.00pw including all bills and access to communal areas e.g. kitchen, bathroom. It also includes all bills, and use of all kitchen utensils and bedding.
The double room is from £85pm includes freeview tv/dvd and all bills. It has new lovely white furniture and very large wardrobe and drawers. This room is at the other side of the house so is more private too.
This is a very tidy, clean, organised and quiet house. Only a VERY clean, tidy, organised and quiet person need apply. You would also need to help out and maintain the cleanliness of the communal areas.
I accept short stays (eg contractors).
Will accept very short terms stays from one week onwards.
Lydia brown woody at googlemail . com
If you wish to book the room in advance over two weeks, you would be required to give a £100.00 deposit.
Photos upon request.
I do have a well behaved dog who stays outside or in my room.
|Area||Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire|
|Property Type||Detached house|
|Utilities Included||Electric, Gas, Water, Council Tax,|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£0.00 per month|
No current tenants / Unknown.
|JSA / DSS accepted||No|
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