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£330 Per Month, £400 Deposit, 1st Mar, Double Room , Furnished
£330 Per Month, £400 Deposit, 1st Mar, Double Room , Furnished
£330 Per Month, £400 Deposit, 1st Mar, Double Room , Furnished
Minimum Stay 6 months
Modern open plan 4 bed 1st floor flatshare
• 2 bathrooms (one en-suite)
• Fully furnished with IKEA furniture
• D/g, CH, Alarm, smoke detectors, entry phone
• Situated in secure gated complex
• Some secure parking
• Use of landscaped communal gardens
• 5 minutes walk to buses & WB centre

This 1st floor apartment is situated in this highly desirable, quiet gated complex situated within ease of access to all of West Bridgford's excellent local amenities.

This well-appointed accommodation comprises: Entrance hallway with security entry phone system intercom. The open plan lounge/kitchen is spacious with a balcony outlook, leading to a modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances inc dishwasher, fridge freezer, washing machine stainless steel hob and oven.

Bedroom 2(back): The bedroom has a double bed, wardrobe and drawers

The modern main bathroom is fully tiled with sink, WC and bath with shower over.

The flat has been finished with laminate flooring, white painted walls, light timber doors and chrome fittings.

The rent is £300, council tax is an additional £30 and £40 for the rest of the bills. The flat has broadband and is subscribed to EE TV.

West Bridgford is a highly desirable area situated 6 miles south of the city, making it ideal for commuting, with a wide variety of winebars, restaurants, parks and shops catering for day to day needs, The property is also conveniently placed for ease of access into Nottingham City centre and within walking distance to both Trent Bridge Cricket Ground and Nottingham Forest Football Stadium. – something for everyone!

Property Details

Current Tenants

1 female british tenants aged 32 to 32.

Includes: no smokers

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Female
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 26
Max. age 38
Couples allowed No
Students accepted No
JSA / DSS accepted No
Smokers accepted No
Pets allowed No


Current Tenant

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