Middlewood Street

Greater Manchester, M5 4LH

£1,100 pcm

To Let Apartment
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£1,100 pcm

  • 2
  • 1
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Middlewood Street

Greater Manchester, M5 4LH

2 Bed Apartment To Let

About this property

This charming 2-bedroom apartment is nestled within a private gated community, just on the outskirts of Manchester City Centre, where Salford and Manchester seamlessly converge. Offering an ideal urban living experience, this development presents an excellent rental opportunity. It boasts secure access, an elevator servicing all floors, and a resident car park, making it the perfect choice for working professionals seeking the convenience of city living.

The property is defined by its generous living spaces. It features an open-plan living kitchen area that offers ample room for relaxation, dining, and culinary pursuits, complete with a range of integrated appliances and a Juliette balcony. The master bedroom is spacious and comes with its own Juliette balcony, while there's an additional guest bedroom and a well-appointed three-piece bathroom.

This location offers the convenience of nearby parking and a wealth of amenities right at your doorstep, including shops, bars, and restaurants. Moreover, the vibrant attractions of Manchester City Centre are just a short distance away. Additionally, it provides excellent access to major transportation links for effortless commuting across the Northwest.

To fully appreciate the views and finer details of this exceptional property, an internal inspection is highly recommended.

Leasehold- Lease End Date 01/01/2154. 130 years remaining.

Ground Rent
£275 per annum

Service Charge
£2146 per annum

Local Authority / Council Tax
Salford City CouncilBand B; £1,637 per annum

Flood Risk
Very Low

Mobile Coverage
EE - HighVodafone - HighThree - MediumO2 - High

Basic - 12 MbpsSuperfast - 43 MbpsUltrafast - 1000 Mbps

Satellite / Fibre TV Availability
BT - YesSky - YesVirgin - No

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. 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.For example: Rent Value £1,200.00 Holding Deposit £276.92 Security Deposit £1,384.62 Approx. Total Payment on Move in £2,307.69

Referencing Process:
To expedite the referencing process and ensure a swift transition into your new home, there are several key documents and steps you need to be prepared for:1. Proof of Identity (ID):• In England, landlords are legally required to verify your identity. You can provide a valid form of ID such as a British passport, national identity card, or a letter of attestation accompanied by a driver's license and birth certificate.• Non-British citizens can use a share code to prove their immigration status for online checks.2. Proof of Income or Employment:• You need to demonstrate that your income is at least 2.5 times your annual rent.• If you've been a PAYE employee for over 3 months, you can connect via open banking to securely share income information.• For self-employed individuals, recent tax returns or an accountant referee may be necessary.• Independent funds should be in liquid, guaranteed accounts with a statement dated within the last 30 days.• Students should provide a document from a legitimate funding source detailing funding start and end dates.• For pensioners, open banking verification is the quickest method, or you can upload relevant pension documents.• If you receive benefits, open banking is also preferred, or you can provide recent bank statements or benefit letters.• Overseas income can be assessed if it continues while you're in the UK, with confirmation from your overseas employer.• Foster carers should submit tax returns, a letter from the local authority or fostering agency, and documentation on payments.• If a third party is financing your rent, they must provide a letter on company-headed paper stating the payment details.• If you're unemployed, no additional income information is needed.3. Previous Landlord’s Reference:• Notify your previous landlord in advance that they will be contacted for a reference to expedite the process.4. Permission for a Credit Check:• Provide written permission for a 'soft check' of your credit history, including any adverse credit history like CCJ's, IVA's, or bankruptcies within the last six years. This check won't impact your credit score.5. Guarantor:• Consider having a guarantor who agrees to pay rent or damages if needed.• Guarantors should go through a similar referencing process and credit check.• They should have a salary at least 3 times the rent and reside in the UK.By preparing these documents and permissions in advance, you can streamline the referencing process, ensuring a smoother and faster transition into your new home. Remember that specific requirements may vary, so it's essential to communicate effectively with your agent or landlord to meet their specific criteria.

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