5 Bedroom House - Ashford Road, Mutley £125.00 Per Person Per Week Including Bills
- 1 Rooms available 2022/2023
- 5 Rooms available from 1st September 2023
- Central Heating
- Double Glazed Windows
- Regular Communal Cleaning
Five bedroom terraced house located just minutes from Mutley Plain open as a graduate house-share.
This property has two large bathrooms, one with a large double shower, one with a shower over a bath.
There is a very large, modern kitchen, with a separate lounge. There is free on street parking.
There is a brilliant sun trap in the form of a roof terrace at the rear.
Council Tax Band : B
Current Energy Efficiency : 66
Potential Energy Efficiency : 84
Room and Pricing Information
|Room||Start Date||End Date||Rent|
|Available||Room #1||1 September 2023||16 August 2024||£125.00 PPPW inc. bills|
|Available||Room #2||1 September 2023||16 August 2024||£125.00 PPPW inc. bills|
|Available||Room #3||1 September 2023||16 August 2024||£125.00 PPPW inc. bills|
|Available||Room #4||1 September 2023||16 August 2024||£125.00 PPPW inc. bills|
|Available||Room #5||1 September 2023||16 August 2024||£125.00 PPPW inc. bills|
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Please call our office on : +44 (0) 1752 600 485 quoting property reference : Ashford Road, Mutley, Plymouth.
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