Wandsworth Common SW17

Trinity Road

577pw Fees Apply
3 Bedrooms1 Bathroom2 Reception Rooms

Well presented and well maintained throughout, spacious split level three double bedroom flat spread over the ground and first floor of terraced period property.

 

This lovely flat features a spacious living room with adjacent dining room, separate galley kitchen with all mod cons, bathroom with walk-in shower cubicle, separate WC, walk-in storage cupboard, private garden and balcony.


Key Features

Wandsworth

Split Level

Double Reception

Balcony & Garden


Local Area

Located on Trinity Road and within easy reach of three tube/rail stations; Wandsworth Common (Rail), Balham Tube & Rail) and Tooting Bec (Tube). The open spaces of Wandsworth Common are close by as are the shops, bars and restaurants of Balham High Road and Bellevue Road.


Nearest Stations

Balham - Zone 3

Northern LineNational Rail

Tooting Bec - Zone 3

Northern Line

Wandsworth Common - Zone 3

National Rail

Further Details

Council Tax Band: D

Local Authority: Wandsworth


Tenant Fees

All fees are inclusive of VAT

STANDARD PRE TENANCY FEE:

The fee of £120.00 is for the creation of the tenancy agreement
The fee of £45.00 per person is for the referencing

OTHER FEES THAT MAY APPLY DURING YOUR TENANCY:

At the end of the tenancy an inventory check-out fee may apply and will vary according to property type and size and will also depend on the amount charged by the independent inventory clerk. Please contact us for scale of fees.

A fee of £165.00 will apply if there is a change of Tenant during the tenancy term i.e. where one tenant in a shared property is replaced by another tenant (with the consent of the landlord).

WE DO NOT CHARGE FOR THE FOLLOWING:

We do not charge extra if we are required to reference a guarantor

We will not charge you a Renewal Fee if you extend your tenancy

We will not charge you if asked to provide an agent reference when you leave


Energy Performance Certificate

The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.