|Letting type:||Long term|
|Added on Rightmove:||11 November 2016 (24 days ago)|
- Delightful village location
- Beautiful cottage gardens
- Packed full of original features
Full description*** The upstairs of the property is open to the public on a Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays between March and September via a separate entrance. Whilst the tenant has no responsibilities relating to the opening, you must be comfortable with this arrangement, please consider the impact this may or may not have on your enjoyment of the property before viewing ***
Viewings and Further Information
Viewings strictly by appointment only - viewings will take place on Friday 18th November 2016
Contact Kathryn Alsbury - 01793 762209 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Regret no pets at this property
This property is part of The Aylesbury Vale Portfolio and was purchased by the Trust in 1900. It is the second property to have been acquired by the Trust. The Courthouse is a fine example of an early 15th-century timber-frame construction, set in an idyllic village. The residential property is set over the ground floor and was historically the village poor house. Above the ground floor apartment is The Courthouse which was the base for parish activities for four hundred years and was the venue for the annual manorial court which dealt with tithes and crimes such as selling bad fish, brewing without a licence, or overcharging customers. The first floor Courthouse is open to the public on a Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays between March and September.
The Property - Ground Floor apartment
Entrance Hall With useful storage and doors leading to sitting room, bathroom and dining room
Living Room Beautiful split level sitting room with gas fire and full of character features, secondary glazing and door leading to cellar.
Dining Room With characterful beams to the ceiling
Kitchen Modern installed kitchen with space for free standing fridge and washing machine. With additional pantry and store cupboard
Bedroom 1 Large double room with character features, built in wardrobe and secondary glazing
Bedroom 2 Accessed through Bedroom 1 this is a spacious double room with dual aspect and secondary glazing, newly decorated and carpeted. An original bread oven remains in this room
Bathroom Refurbished bathroom with w/c wash hand basin and bath with shower overhead
The property has a beautiful garden to the rear, accessed by side gates at both ends of the property and through the kitchen. The property must be tenanted by a keen gardener and it is vital the garden is maintained to a high standard. The property is located next to the church and has visitors upstairs to the Courthouse in the summer months and therefore must be presentable at all times.
Outgoings and Council Tax The tenant is to pay Council Tax, and all other outgoings relating to the property.
Energy Performance Certificate An Energy Performance Certificate is not available for this property as it is a listed property and therefore exempt in accordance with the Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations
The property is available to let under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy for an initial term of 12 months, after which there could be an opportunity for the term to be extended.
Rent - The prospective tenant is asked to pay £950 per calendar month. The rent is to be payable by Direct Debit monthly in advance with the first payment being made on the commencement of the tenancy.
Rent reviews - The National Trust carries out rent reviews of the property every two years to open market value.
Deposit - The National Trust do not ask for a deposit
Insurance - The National Trust will be responsible for insuring the building but the Tenant will be responsible for insuring the contents.
The Trust will be responsible for repairs to the structure, exterior of the building, installations for the supply of services, external decoration.
The Tenant will be responsible for internal repairs and decoration, garden, fences, drives, the cost of servicing appliances.
Sub Letting The property shall be occupied as a single private residence only. There will be no right to assign, sub-let or part with possession for the whole or any part of the premises.
Legal/Admin Fee The successful applicant will be required to pay £200 (including VAT) to cover the National Trust costs of gaining the required references and preparation of the Tenancy Agreement.
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