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House Share to rent
- FARM HOUSE
- 2 VERY MODERN BATHROOMS
- HOUSE SHARE
- COSY HOME
- QUIET LOCATION
- NO DEPOSIT
- AVAILABLE NOW
- OFF ROAD PARKING
Letting information:Furnishing: Furnished
First Listed on Rightmove: 15 April 2013 ( 241 days ago )
This property does not require a deposit but does require two months rent in advance but then you don`t have to pay the next rent until the third month into your tenancy.
This property wowed me from the beginning and was a pleasure to walk round and explore. The layout of the downstairs is similar to open plan except it is separate by open arch ways leading from the lounge to the kitchen and dining room. The kitchen is in the process of being refurbished but it has all the white goods you need.
Throughout the house there are the old beams that really give this farmhouse the 14th century feel and the log fire they still have in place gives a cosy homely feel to it as well.
As you go up stairs you notice a trapezoid hanging from the ceiling which I think is for decoration but apparently is safe to use although I didn`t try it out myself! The bedrooms are all a decent size and even with a double bed in, there is still plenty or room. One of the bedrooms even includes and 8ft bed! I was shocked myself but it looks so comfy! All in total this property features five bedrooms.
In the middle of the landing is two fully fitted, very modern bathrooms containing bath shower, sink and toilet and a sauna in one and Jacuzzi in the other so no matter how stressful your day has been or even if you`ve over-worked yourself at the gym at least you know you have a relaxing environment to come back to.
Royton (pop. 21,000) is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, in Greater Manchester, England. It lies by the source of the River Irk, on undulating land at the foothills of the Pennines, 1.7 miles (2.7 km) north-northwest of Oldham, 3.2 miles (5.1 km) south-southeast of Rochdale and 7.6 miles (12.2 km) northeast of the city of Manchester.
TRANSPORT: Public transport in Royton is coordinated by the Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive. Major A roads link Royton with other settlements, including the A671 road. Originally built as a turnpike between Oldham and Rochdale, the A671 bisects Royton from the southeast, forming the town`s main street, before continuing northwards through Rochdale, Burnley and terminates at the village of Worston in Lancashire. The M62 motorway runs to the north of the area and is accessed via the A663 at junction 21 and junction 20 via the A627(M) motorway, which terminates at Royton`s southwestern boundary.
Royton railway station lay on a spur of the Oldham Loop Line, a line which connects with Manchester, Oldham and Rochdale. The station was constructed in 1864 and closed in April 1966. In February 1961, a four-coach runaway train crashed through the buffers at Royton railway station, continued on over Highbarn Street and then destroyed a pair of terraced houses. No one was killed, although the driver received serious head injuries after leaping from the train.
There are frequent buses running through Royton with services to a variety of destinations in Greater Manchester. Bus services operate to Rochdale, Oldham, Manchester and Ashton-under-Lyne, mainly operated by First Manchester
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