Student house * Video & Virtual Tour * £616pppm (˜ £142pppw) * Furnished * Optional Bills Package * Hanover * Modern Kitchen with Appliances * Large Breakfast Bar * Sitting Room with TV * 2 Shower Rooms & Cloakroom * Patio
Select the 'Video Tour' tab above to view the property video and follow the link under the video to view the 3D model of this house and take a virtual tour for yourself.
Popular Hanover district of Brighton, close to Elm Grove and Lewes Road with numerous shops, cafes and pubs nearby. Easy access to Brighton town centre and seafront with regular bus services to both Brighton & Sussex Universities.
Arranged over three floors this house has been specifically designed with students in mind and was recently refurbished. Modern fitted kitchen with appliances open through to a large breakfast bar area, with stools, and sitting room complete with sofa's and television. Nine bedrooms all fitted with bed, mattress, drawers, hanging space, desk and chair. Two modern shower rooms, both with w/c and wash hand basins, and an additional separate cloak room. Low maintenance patio garden with side access to the street, bin and recycling store area, and covered space with rails fitted for cycle storage.
While a television licence for the house is included, we can also offer a comprehensive Bills & Service Package which can be added to the monthly rent for an additional £74 per person per month (˜ £17 per person per week). This includes:
-Virgin 350mbps Fibre Optic Broadband
-Regular Cleaner for Communal Areas
A guarantor will be required for each student applicant to guarantee their rent share and obligations under the tenancy agreement. A guarantors must:
-Be an individual who resides permanently in the UK
-Have no adverse credit history
-Have verifiable, ongoing income equal to, or exceeding, 36 times their nominated students rent share.
(Please see income notes below)
Students that do not have a qualifying guarantor can either make an application to Housing Hand Ltd or make an advance payment of the rent for the full term of the tenancy.
If you are unsure about any aspect of this property or these requirements please feel free to contact our office, we will be happy to help.
Please note that rent payments for all tenancies are per calendar month, any rent figure quoted as weekly is for comparison purposes only and is usually approximate (˜). Weekly rent figures are calculated by multiplying the monthly rent figure by 12 to get the annual rent figure and then dividing this by 52. For example: £500 per person per month X 12 = £6,000, divided by 52 = £115.38 ˜ £115 per person per week.
*Income assessment for employed guarantors is based on contracted pay over the fixed term of the tenancy for which the nominated tenant is applying.
*Employment contracts (or where income is gained from property, leases/fixed terms) which expire within the fixed term of the tenancy for which the nominated tenant is applying, and 'zero-hours contracts' cannot be considered.
*Self-employed guarantors can prove their income based on a valid accountant's reference showing a sustained history of stable earnings.
*Savings and pension incomes can be considered.
*Homeowner status is not required or in itself sufficient to qualify as a guarantor.
*Please see our website for full referencing criteria.
*If you are in any doubt about this criteria you must contact us before applying, we will be happy to help.
All details have been prepared in good faith, they do not constitute or form part of any offer or contract. Any photographs are provided for illustrative purposes only and any fixtures, fittings or furnishings shown may not be included in any tenancy. Any measurements are provided for guidance only, are not precise and therefore cannot be relied upon. Potential tenants must verify any information before proceeding with an application.
Please note that our Tenant Information forms and Guarantor Information forms (where required) must be completed and the appropriate Holding Deposit paid before any reservation will be in place. All tenancies are subject to satisfactory references and contract, all correspondence (written or verbal, including but not limited to email and voice conversations) is also always subject to satisfactory references and contract. For the avoidance of doubt no tenancy will exist until all parties have signed a written tenancy agreement and this document is executed with a date of agreement.