- Rent £950 Deposit £1096.15
- EPC Rating B
- Barn Conversion
- 3 Bedrooms
- Contact Horncastle Office 01507 522222 option 2
AVAILABLE FROM MID-JUNE
An opportunity has arisen to rent a newly converted barn on the outskirts of the Village of New York, Lincolnshire.
The property has recently been converted to a high specification having a modern fitted kitchen, and bathroom, this is allocated parking for two vehicles, and heating is provided by a ground source heat pump. Satellite Broadband is available on the site. The property is available UNFURNISHED, has an electric oven, hob, and extractor. The property has the benefit of a dishwasher. The property is part of a development of four barns, two having accommodation on one floor, and two having accommodation over two floors. The ground floors are laminate, the upper floors are carpeted, feature hand crafted pews have been completed by the Landlord, and can be available in the barns on request.
New York is a Hamlet located in the East Lindsey District of Lincolnshire, and is within a short cars journey to the Market Town of Boston which has a mix of retail, leisure, and commercial facilities. Coningsby, the home of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is close by. Coningsby has a selection of convenience stores, and adjoins the Village of Tattershall. The historic Market Town of Horncastle lies just beyond with a twice weekly Market.
The accommodation comprises:
ENTRANCE HALL; SHOWER and W.C.; KITCHEN with eye, and base level newly fitted units; OPEN PLAN LIVING SPACE with double French doors to patio area, and communal Court Yard; MID HALL; THREE BEDROOMS two double, one single; FAMILY BATHROOM having modern suite, comprising panel bath, walk-in shower, hand wash basin, and low level w.c.
EXTERNALLY: There are two parking spaces, and a patio area, there is an additional communal Court Yard space.
"Lettings Fees:- There are no application or referencing fees payable. More information on charges to Tenants including Alterations to Tenancy Agreement, Defaults, Breaches and Utilities can be found on our downloads on our website, www.robert-bell.org, and copies are displayed in our offices and can be provided on request."