Stirling Street, Wigan, WN1 2 bedroom mid terraced house To Let in Wigan
The advertised rental figure does not include fees.Permitted Payments
Interest on Late payments: 3% above Bank of England base rate
Lost Keys or Security Device: £10 per lost key, £50 per lost security device .
Early Surrender of Tenancy: Landlords and letting agents can require a tenant to make a payment for an early termination (surrender) of the tenancy agreement at the tenant’s request. The tenant will be required to pay the rent until a new tenant moves in, and compensate the Landlord for his/her losses, eg. Re-letting charge and inventory charge.
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2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
Property reference: 0021598
DescriptionA stunning two bedroom mid terraced property in the popular Swinley area of Wigan. The property has been recently refurbished with new carpets and flooring throughout and has many attractive features including a modern fitted kitchen and lovely family bathroom. Close to local amenities and ideal for public transport, the property is ideally located.
15'03" x 13'03" (at widest points)
Front facing lounge with feature fireplace and fire.
12'07" x 13'03" (at widest points)
Rear facing kitchen/diner with a range of modern fitted wall and base units, oven, hob and extractor fan.
13'02" x 15'03" (at widest points)
Front facing master bedroom.
12'07" x 9'0" (at widest points)
Rear facing double bedroom.
Rear facing family bathroom with white three piece suite comprising wc, hand wash basin and bath with shower over and screen.
Enclosed rear garden with flagged and stoned areas.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).