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10 Skelton Close, Horsehay, Telford, Shropshire, TF4

3 bedroom end of terrace house to let

£1,050 pcm Asking price

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Property Description

3 Bedrooms
Master Bedroom with En-suite
Family Bathroom
Downstairs W/C
Open-plan Kitchen/Living Room
Enclosed Rear Garden

MANAGED BY NOCK DEIGHTON - NO DEPOSIT OPTION AVAILABLE

Available from August 2024 | Unfurnished | Pets may be considered at an additional rent

An immaculate three-bedroom end of terrace house situated in a quiet, modern residential plot in Horsehay, benefiting from allocated parking and generous outside space.

Nock Deighton are delighted to present this modern three-bedroom end of terrace house built just three years ago. Occupying the same square footage as detached three-bedroom properties on the same plot, this house offers a spacious open-plan kitchen / dining room / living room, complete with an electric oven, hob and extractor fan, dishwasher and microwave (all integrated). There is a downstairs W/C at the entrance to the property, as well as useful under-stairs storage.

To the first floor are three bedrooms; the master bedroom offers an en-suite with shower, along with a separate family bathroom on the same floor.

To the rear is an enclosed lawned garden with patio area, and to the side of the property outside the fence boundary is an additional large lawned area for the occupiers' benefit (this can be seen in the front view of the house / first photo).

This property comes complete with 3 allocated parking spaces, and has excellent links to nearby roads whilst still occupying a more private spot of the development with no through-traffic.

This property is available with flatfair’s No Deposit solution, so you won’t have to pay a security deposit. Instead, you would pay a small deposit replacement fee equivalent to one week’s rent plus VAT – significantly less than a five week deposit. This fee is non-refundable and is not a deposit so cannot be used towards covering the cost of any future damages that might occur.