1 bedroom semi detached house to rent Swansea/AbertaweSwansea/Abertawe, Bronwydd, Swansea
Listing ID: 995
Added on: more than 14 days ago
Property type: House
Listing Type:to rent
Last modified:more than 30 days ago
Minimum term (months):6
Outside spaces associated with the property:Front Garden, Private Garden
Heating related features:Central, Double Glazing, Gas Central
the landlord accepts tenants who have pets
This is a delightful and well presented one bed roomed house in a quiet location. The property is convenient for Swansea or commuting along the M4 corridor and Neath. It is approximately 1 mile from Llansamlet's Park & Ride train station. The property is bright, airy and cheap to run (EPC=66[C]); it has also had a new condensing boiler fitted since the last EPC. It is fully double glazed, and comes with fitted alarm system, allocated off road parking and gas central heating (condensing boiler less than 12 months old). The property has a small well established garden to front; with small garden area with rotary line to the side of the property. This property benefits from a large porch/sunroom leading into the lounge; with a separate kitchen on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a double bedroom and separate shower room. There is also an accessible loft space for additional storage. The property has access to cable for TV and fast internet/broadband services.
The Landlord is fully registered with Rent Smart Wales #LR-37034-07807and the Governments Deposit Protection Service (DPS). This property is also available via Dawsons Letting's (see Dawsons website) or directly via the Landlord.
Costs when going direct through the landlord include 50% of contract drafting fee (£52) plus ID check (£8) and finance check (£12).
This property has been rented to a working couple for the past 12 months and would suit a professional individual or working couple; it is also available to those on fixed incomes, such as pensions/bursary, and those employed but on top-up benefits may also qualify, but regrettably this property is not available to those solely reliant on housing and employment benefits.