Pretty period stone cottage situated in a much sought after village between Banbury and Oxford. Franklyns Cottage offers light and well presented accommodation with many character features. There is a sitting room with gas fired log burning stove and kitchen with appliances to include oven/hob, washing machine, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Both the sitting room and kitchen have access to the garden. To the first floor there is a duel aspect master bedroom, further second bedroom and a family bathroom. Outside there is a rear garden and on street parking to the front.
Pets considered on a case by case basis.
Our fees to apply for this property are: An amount equivalent to 24% (inc VAT) of one months rent with a minimum fee of £360.00 (inc VAT). The services we charge the set-up fee for include referencing tenants (identity, immigration and visa confirmation, financial credit checks, obtaining references from current employers/landlords and any other relevant information to assess affordability) as well as contract negotiation (amending and agreeing terms) and arranging the tenancy and agreement and all associated administration.
Guarantor fee- £60.00 (inc VAT) per guarantor if required. This fee covers the credit referencing and all associated administration of an additional applicant as well as preparation of a deed of guarantee in addition to the tenancy agreement.
Please ask the office for further information on fees applied once renting a property through us.
Sandford St Martin is a charming rural village on the edge of the Cotswolds and is filled with attractive honey-coloured stone cottages. Largely designated a conservation area, it sits adjacent to the River Dorn, is surrounded by open countryside with an abundance of beautiful footpaths and bridle ways. Transport links include a 'community bus' and a number of railway stations in the vicinity offering services to London Marylebone and Paddington. Soho Farmhouse is a few minutes drive, or a good 20 minute walk.
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