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Bramley Cottage

£9,750 per annum

Details

  • £9,750 per annum
  • Detached stone house
  • Bedrooms: 2/3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Rooms: Open-plan kitchen/diner, sitting room
  • Location: Central location
  • Renewal Terms: Annual
  • Date Available: By arrangement
  • Market: Local market

    Property Description

    Bramley Cottage is a recently constructed 2/3-bedroom stone house which is conveniently situated in a semi-rural setting, close to the main Avenue.  The property is set out over 2 floors and offers a welcoming entrance hall with a downstairs cloakroom and a spacious open-plan kitchen/dining room with tiled floors and a fitted kitchen with modern appliances.  The lounge enjoys a bright and sunny aspect and overlooks the front garden.  The property has 2/3-bedrooms and a family bathroom, comprising of a bath with overhead shower and tiled floors.  The property is available to rent unfurnished and would ideally suit a young family.

    The gardens surrounding the cottage amidst a rural setting, create a pleasing environment, whilst being compact and easy to maintain.

    Bramley Cottage has mains electricity, oil-fired central heating and hot water, LPG gas bottles, a shared borehole and a modern sewage system.

    Term: Available to rent on a renewable annual basis.

    Property Tax: £1,058.50 per annum at the 2019 rate of £14.50 per quarter. The measurements of the property equate to 73 taxable Sark ‘quarters’.

    Viewing strictly by appointment only through Sark Estate Agents as the Vendor’s sole agents.

    Possession: By arrangement.

    Price £9,750 per annum o.n.o.

    These details are the property of Sark Estate Agents Ltd and are not for reproduction without permission; they are issued on the implicit understanding that all negotiations concerning this property are conducted through this Agency and whilst care is taken in setting out these details we do not guarantee their accuracy, nor do they form a contract or any part thereof.

     

     

     

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