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Denim Close

Manchester, M27 5BL

£1,495 pcm

Under Offer House, Semi-Detached House
  • 4
  • 4

£1,495 pcm

House, Semi-Detached House
  • 4
  • 4

Denim Close

Manchester, M27 5BL

4 Bed House, Semi-Detached House Under Offer

About this property

Located in the desirable Birchfield Court development in Swinton, Greater Manchester, this stunning 3 storey townhouse offers modern and flexible living spaces that cater to the needs of growing families. With 4 well-proportioned bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en-suite, this property offers ample space for the whole family to relax and enjoy.

The ground floor of the property features a spacious and inviting open-plan living area, perfect for entertaining and family gatherings. The modern kitchen is well-equipped with all the latest appliances, making meal times a breeze. On the first floor, you'll find the luxurious master bedroom, complete with en-suite facilities, as well as a flexible room that can be adapted to your needs, whether that's a nursery or private study.

Moving up to the second floor, you'll discover two further bedrooms, providing plenty of space for teenagers or younger children. The second-floor shower room offers added convenience and privacy, making it perfect for busy families.

Situated in the popular Birchfield Court development, this property is conveniently located for easy access to Manchester, Liverpool, Warrington, and beyond, with excellent transport links via the nearby A580 (East Lancashire Road) and M60 ring road. Multiple bus routes connect the area to nearby destinations, with frequent services every 15 minutes from several bus stops located on Worsley Road. Swinton and Moorside railway stations are located within 1 mile of Birchfield Court, offering regular services to Manchester City Centre and other destinations throughout the North West. Manchester Airport is also easily accessible from Swinton, approximately 13 miles away by car or public transport.

For families, Birchfield Court is an ideal location, with several highly recommended schools nearby, all rated either "Good" or "Outstanding" by OFSTED. The Deans Primary School, St Peter’s Church of England Primary School, Moorside High School, and Co-Op Academy Swinton are all within walking distance. The universities of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan, and Salford are also easily accessible by both car and public transport.

Nature lovers and sports enthusiasts will find plenty to explore nearby, with several green spaces and off-road paths for jogging and dog-walking. Moorside Park offers public astroturf football, basketball, and skate facilities, while Swinton Greenway is a 7km off-road path connecting Swinton and Monton. Swinton has its own local Football Club, Cricket Club, and several Golf Clubs in the surrounding area, and there are also numerous gyms and fitness centers nearby, including the David Lloyd Leisure Club located just 3.5 miles away in Trafford City.

For those seeking entertainment and cultural experiences, Manchester City Centre is less than 6 miles away and offers a diverse range of attractions, from world-renowned football teams and music scenes to galleries, museums, exhibitions, restaurants, and shopping opportunities. The Trafford Centre, one of the largest indoor shopping and leisure destinations in the UK, is also nearby, as is the Chill Factore indoor skiing and snowboarding slope. Salford Quays, home to MediaCityUK and the Lowry Centre, is just 5 miles away from Birchfield Court and easily accessible by car or public transport.

Boasting a variety of options for dining and socializing, with numerous pubs, wine bars, and restaurants all conveniently located within walking distance of Birchfield Court. Popular spots in the area include Albert's and Siena. For even more options, the nearby town of Monton features a range of restaurants and cocktail bars along its bustling high street, just a mile away. For those seeking a more upscale dining experience, the leafy suburb of Worsley, situated only 3 miles away, offers a number of fantastic options including George's Dining and Worsley Old Hall.

Living in this fantastic home you will also have access to convenient supermarkets such as Morrisons and Aldi, while the Swinton Square shopping center features a diverse selection of well-known retailers, banks, coffee shops, and independent stores. For those seeking community services, the recently opened Swinton Gateway serves as a hub for a variety of resources, including an impressive library, local council and health services, and NHS offerings. With so many options available, Swinton truly offers something for everyone.

Arranging a Viewing:
To arrange a property viewing, we highly recommend that all interested applicants visit the official Miller Metcalfe website. Once there, kindly navigate to the "Renting" section conveniently located at the top of the page. Within the dropdown menu, you will find the option labeled "Request A Viewing."We kindly request that any individual aged 18 years or older, intending to move into the property, complete the provided form. It is essential that each person fills out a separate form. Upon submission, this information will be promptly forwarded to our team. Subsequently, we will carefully review your details and promptly get in touch with you to schedule the earliest possible viewing date and time that aligns with your preferences.

For prospective tenants:
It is highly recommended that you book an internal viewing of the property. It is important to note that the property comes unfurnished, and bills are not included. There will be no access to the loft area throughout the tenancy. If you have any questions or need further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact us. We appreciate your cooperation in providing the necessary documentation.Prospective tenants are hereby informed that the property is leased on an "as seen" basis. It is highly recommended that individuals arrange for a viewing to ascertain the suitability of the property's size, location, and condition according to their personal preferences and needs. Should any specific requests or desired alterations to the property be envisaged, it is imperative that these are clearly documented in writing on the tenant's application form.Tenants are also required to be cognizant of their obligations pertaining to property furnishing. The tenant is responsible for providing their own curtains, blinds, and any additional appliances that are not explicitly outlined in the property description. Any appliances left within the property are considered to be under a gifted agreement. This entails that should the tenant find themselves dissatisfied with the provided appliance, it is incumbent upon them to arrange for the repair or replacement of said appliance.In the unfortunate event of an appliance breaking down during the tenancy, it is important to note that the landlord shall not be held accountable for replacing or repairing the appliances, unless such an agreement is expressly stated in writing by an authorized member of the landlord's team.If an appliance remains in functional condition at the conclusion of the tenancy agreement, it must be left within the property. Conversely, if the tenant is required to replace an appliance with a new item, they possess the right to remove the replacement at the termination of the agreement.By affixing their signature to the lease agreement, the tenant acknowledges their comprehension of the existing condition of the property, the necessity of arranging their own curtains, blinds, and appliances, and their understanding of the terms regarding appliances' gifted status, replacement, and repair responsibilities.

Referencing Process
Referencing Process, what you need to provide: There are some things you can prepare for the referencing process, to get you signing your tenancy agreement and moving into your new home faster.Proof of identity (ID): to prove you are who you say you are and, if you're renting in England, that you have the right to rent.In England, your agent or landlord is legally required to view and photocopy a valid form of ID, such as a British passport or national identity card or a letter of attestation and drivers license with a birth certificate.If you are a non-British citizen, you may be able to provide a share code to prove your immigration status, for your landlord to undergo the check online. We can review expired passports - as long as the corners haven't been clipped.You can find more information about this check and how to get a share code on the government’s website. The right to rent check is not applicable in Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland, but Goodlord will still need to see proof of identity for all tenants.Proof of income or employment: to prove your funds can cover the rent.You'll need to earn 2.5 x your annual rent to pass referencing or you may be asked to provide a guarantor. There are different ways we can check this.Speed up referencing with open banking:If you're been a PAYE employee for over 3 months, you'll see the chance to connect via open banking in your Goodlord platform.You won’t have to provide proof of income documents - the provider can instead see a snapshot of your income as quickly and securely as possible. You'll need to provide 3 months' worth of your most recent payslips or written confirmation of your employment from your employer. If you're paid weekly or fortnightly we require 2 payslips from each month.If you're employed between 1-3 months, we'll need a signed contract of employment along with any payslips received during your employment.If you're employed less than 1 month, we'd need your signed contract of employment For future employment, we can take a signed job offer letter or a signed contractof employment.If you're self-employed:We can review your latest, fully submitted, tax return -SA100, SA302 and SA800 (See our guide on what documents we accept).Alternatively, you can provide an accountant referee, as long as they have a professional email address.Self-employed sub-contractors will need to provide 3 months worth of your most recent invoices/payslips along with a contract of employment.If you have independent funds:They need to be instant access, liquid, guaranteed, and in your personal account.We would require a statement dated within the last 30 days showing a closing balance and your name.They can't fluctuate based on the market or be dependent on a third party paying them to you.Examples include:Savings accounts (including international savings)Premium Bonds and Income Bonds held with National Savings & Investments Investment Portfolios ( we can only take the cash element)Funds from a house sale that is in your bank accountIf you're a student:If you have income from student funding, you'll need to share a headed and signed document from a legitimate funding source including:Start and end date of funding The breakdown of the fundingWe don't take student maintenance/loans into consideration. The quickest way to verify pensions would be via open banking. Alternatively, you can upload one of the following documents:3 months’ of most recent bank statements showing income from pensions A pension P60An annual pension statement3 months' worth of pension payslipsA letter from your pension provider confirming your annual pension paymentsIf you receive benefits:The quickest way to verify benefits would be via open bankingAlternatively, you can upload the most recent 3 months' of most recent bank statements so that we can clearly see the incoming benefits payment.We can also review benefits letters from the current year.If you have income from overseas:We can assess overseas income as long as you continue to receive it while in the UK. We'll need a reference from your employer to confirm that you will continue being employed whilst residing in the UK.If you're a foster carer:We can review:Tax returns along with a submission receipt confirming foster payments. A letter from a local authority/fostering agency.Documentation showing the amount you receive and the split between money intended for the maintenance of the children and money intended as a reward element for the carer.If you'll pay via third-party:Your third-party financer - insurance company, employer, or governing body - will need to share on company-headed paper stating the amount they will be paying, when, how, and for how long. The letter must be signed.If you're unemployed, we won't need any extra income information. You can inform your employer or accountant in advance that they'll be contacted to get their references back quickly.If you cannot connect to open banking, another way for us to confirm your income is by contacting a referee from your employers. They must be in a position higher than you and have a professional email address - no gmail or hotmail accounts!Previous landlord’s reference: to comment on your previous tenancy.Let them know in advance that they’ll be contacted, to get a faster response.Permission for a credit check: to do a ‘soft check’ of your credit history.You'll simply need to give your written permission for Goodlord to get an overview of your credit history, using publicly available data. You'll need to declare any adverse credit, such as CCJ’s, IVA’s and Bankruptcies - whether satisfied or not - within the last six years. This is a soft check so don't worry - your credit score won’t be affected. You can even run your own check in advance, to make sure there'll be no issues.Guarantor: someone who agrees to pay the rent or any damages if you can’t. Your guarantor will have to go through a similar referencing process and credit check, as they can't have any adverse credit. You should bear someone in mind for this role, and let them know as soon as possible if they’re needed. They'll need a salary of 3 x the rent to pass referencing and should be living in the UK.Payments: to secure the property and pay the security deposit.Paying a holding deposit secures the property and you can choose for it to go towards your security deposit (maximum of 5 weeks rent, or 6 weeks’, if your annual rent is more than £50,000), which will be held in a secure deposit protection scheme by your agent or landlord. You may also need to pay at least a month’s rent in advance, so you’ll always be paying rent for the month ahead.

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