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Rectory Street, Halesworth

£850 pcm | Let

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2

A charming beamed, character cottage with its own gated parking, garden room and cycle store, in the centre of Halesworth close to the library and railway station.

Rectory Street can be found in Halesworth next to the library, at the northern end of The Thoroughfare (the pedestrianised high street).

Halesworth is a historic market town located in the northeast corner of Suffolk, primarily centred around a pedestrianised high street. Market day is Wednesday. The Cut Theatre with many cultural activities is close by. Halesworth has the largest millennium green in the UK with around 44 acres of grazing marsh providing a haven for wildlife. Halesworth railway station is a short walk from Rectory Street, with links to Lowestoft and through Ipswich to London Liverpool Street.


LIVING ROOM: 12′ 1″ x 12′ 4″ (3.68m x 3.75m)
Exposed oak beams and double glazed windows to the south and west elevations. There is a walk in storage cupboard with rail, and to one side of the fireplace there is a recess with power, TV connection for the Freeview aerial and a phone point. The room has curtains and carpet, a double radiator and additionally a 6kw coal effect gas fire which enhances the ambiance of the room.

KITCHEN: 7′ 10″ x 14′ 11″ (2.39m x 4.55m)
Step up into the kitchen with a low ceiling and exposed beams, radiator, electric cooker, fridge and washing machine. There are under counter cupboards and wall cupboards plus a shelved larder and narrow store cupboard. Nearly level access to the side garden hard standing parking area is direct from the kitchen side door. The staircase leads from the kitchen up to the first and second floors.

DINING ROOM / THIRD BEDROOM: 8′ 7″ x 11′ 7″ (2.62m x 3.52m)
Beyond the kitchen is the dining room with oak floorboards, radiator, west facing window and back door opening into the rear yard. This room could be used as a study or an alternative bedroom.

SHOWER ROOM: 4′ 0″ x 8′ 6″ (1.21m x 2.58m)
Ground floor shower, heated towel rail, basin and WC in an en-suite room.

Cupboard with rails

UPSTAIRS BATHROOM: 7′ 8″ x 7′ 1″ (2.39m x 2.15m)
Exposed oak beams, radiator and heated towel radiator. A four piece white suite, airing cupboard with gas central heating boiler.

BEDROOM ONE: 11′ 3″ x10′ 2″ (3.45m x 3.10m)
Windows to two aspects, a double radiator, exposed oak beams, original oak, uneven, sloping floorboards.

SECOND FLOOR BEDROOM: 11′ 5″ x 13′ 0″ (3.49m x 3.95m)
Wash basin and radiator, facing west window and original oak floorboards.

Paved yard for parking, raised up boarders with shrubs, and a gravel garden with tubs.

GARDEN ROOM: 8′ 6″ x 11′ 2″ (2.60m x 3.40m)
Tiled floor and power points. Adjacent is a cycle store with loft storage over part of the garden room.

Pets –Preferably no pets. Tenants with pets should first enquire to find out if the will accept pets at the property. In cases where Pet(s) would be considered by the Landlord, the tenant will be expected to agree and pay a slightly higher rent
Children: Sorry the property is not suitable for Children


1) Application stage
• Complete the application form
• Provide photographic Identification (e.g. Passport, Driving licence)
• Proof of current address (e.g. Council tax bill, Utility bill or Bank Statement – dated within past 3 months),

2) Holding Deposit
• Pay a holding deposit of 1 weeks rent – credited against the applicants final balance, on your approval

The holding deposit will be refunded to the Applicant where:
• The Landlord withdraws from the application process
• The Applicants and Landlord fail to enter into a tenancy agreement within 14 days

The holding deposit will not be refunded to the Applicant where:
a) The applicant withdraws from the application process before contracts are signed
b) The application does not pass Right to Rent checks
c) The Applicant provides false or misleading information, and the Landlord or his Agent is reasonably entitled to take into account the Applicant’s actions in providing false or misleading information or the difference between the false and correct information in deciding whether to grant a tenancy to the Applicant;
d) The Applicant notifies the landlord or letting agent within 14 days from receipt of the holding deposit that the Applicant does not want to enter into a tenancy agreement.
e) The Landlord or his Agent takes all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement, within 14 days from the date of receipt of the holding deposit, but the tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into the agreement before that date.

3) Credit check / Reference
We will then administer credit checks, obtain references from current or previous landlords, confirmation of Employment, affordability
and carry out Right to rent checks. – The results of these checks will be reported to your prospective Landlord
4) Before the Tenancy Starts
• Pay one months rent (payable in advance)
• Pay a Deposit: equivalent to five weeks rent (Secured with the Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS) for the tenancy duration)

5) Payments during the tenancy
• Gas, Electricity, Water, Telephone, Broadband, Television licence and Council Tax (as appropriate)
• £50.00 (Inc vat) if you want to change the tenancy agreement
• interest for the late payment of rent at a rate at 3% above the Bank of England’s base rate
• £50.00 (Inc vat) for the reasonably incurred costs for the loss of keys/security devices
• Any unpaid rent or other reasonable costs associated with your early termination of the tenancy
• Any other permitted payments, not included above, under Tenant Fees Act

6) Pets (where permitted)
Tenants with pets should first enquire to find out if the Landlord will accept pets at the property.
In cases where Pet(s) would be considered by the Landlord, the tenant will be expected to agree and pay a slightly higher rent

7) Tenant protection
Olivers property Agents Ltd is a member of the following schemes;
• Client Money Protection (CMP) – Membership No: CMP004528
• The Property Redress Scheme: Membership No: PRS002810

All information including prices, photographs, drawings and details contained in these particulars are issued in good faith and must only be used as a guide not forming part of any offer or contract. The Agent/Vendor/Landlord accepts no responsibility for misrepresentations: Prospective purchasers/tenants must themselves verify the statements contained and contact this office for clarification if required. All room measurements provided are approximate and must not used for the purposes of ordering of carpets, furniture or any other materials, other measurements of particular interest should be independently verified. No service, equipment or appliance contained in this property has been tested; accordingly, applicants are advised to commission their own survey/report prior to placing an offer.