Brand new 2 bed townhouse to rent - next to Wakefield Westgate station

£700 Per Month, £700 Deposit, 8th Jan, Double Room , Private Bathroom
£ , £ Deposit, 24th Mar, Double Room , Private Bathroom Room Let
Minimum Stay 6 months
Available Now
Sought After Location of Merchantgate
Allocated Parking
Restaurants and Bars Within Easy Reach
Quality Fixtures and Fittings Throughout
Next Door to Westgate Train Station
Full Length Balcony Creating Outside Space
Minutes Walk into Wakefield Centre
Full description:

The two bedroom home is designed over three floors and offers a spacious alternative to apartment living.

Entrance hall with doors leading to all rooms and stairs to the first floor

Ground Floor Bathroom - A modern bright room fitted with corner shower, WC and sink finished with chrome accessories and mirror

Second bedroom or study/office space - A double room neutrally decorated with grey carpet

Storage cupboard - housing washing machine

First Floor
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Living Area - Beautifully Presented, decorated neutrally with white washed wood floor and modern lighting, The Kitchen having Fully Fitted modern Wall and Base Units with Integrated Appliances to include Oven, Hob, and Fridge/Freezer. French Doors with curtains open out onto a Full Length Balcony

Second floor
Master bedroom - A spacious room with neutrally decorated with grey carpet

Ensuite - Fitted with three piece suite comprising bath with shower over and screen, WC and sink all with top quality fitting, Fully tiled and finished with modern chrome accessories

allocated parking space a luxury when it comes to city centre living!

Nearest stations:
National Train Station logo Wakefield Westgate (0.2 miles)
National Train Station logo Wakefield Kirkgate (0.8 miles)
National Train Station logo Sandal & Agbrigg (1.8 miles)

Property Details

Current Tenants

No current tenants / Unknown.

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Not Important
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 16
Max. age 99
Couples allowed Yes
Students accepted Yes
JSA / DSS accepted Yes
Smokers accepted Yes
Pets allowed No


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