5 bed student accommodation in Manchester

Deramore Street

Beds: 5 Price: £86 pppw Deposit: £425 pp

Available 01/07/18.

Amazing house. Modern. Five double bedrooms. Two shower rooms. Large breakfast kitchen. Big lounge. Great rear yard.

Kitchen:
There is a high gloss white kitchen with ebony granite effect work surfaces, an integrated brushed steel 5 ring gas hob with electric oven beneath. Over head is the twin filter extractor hood. There is a breakfast bar in the kitchen with seating enough for two people, the seating being cool dark red gloss gas pressure bar stools with stainless steel stems. The kitchen itself is really big and has always drawn the great comments and is a major selling point (and boasting point for friends), it has a stainless steel microwave, brand new washing machine, new fridge, new freezer. The effect throughout is designed to impress.

Lounge:
Likewise the lounge is big and has the oak effect flooring. This is furnished with brown Ravello sofas with enough comfortable seating for all five. Also a dark wood coffee table that contrasts well against the flooring.

Five Double Bedrooms:
Each bedroom has a double bed with semi orthopaedic mattress, wardrobe, chest of draws, desk and chair.

Two Shower Rooms:
There are two shower rooms each with luxury double showers, sinks with large mirrors and toilets.

All the furnishings look excellent and everything has been chosen to is oak effect laminate throughout the property.

The whole house is double glazed with a modern gas combi boiler, Worcester Bosch.

Gated front yard and large rear yard. The rear yard really catches the sun in summer.

For further fee information, please see our website

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Furnished or Unfurnished?
Furnished - This property is offered on a furnished basis

Managed or Let Only?
Let only - The Landlord manages this property

Immigration Act checks - What are they?
Anyone who lets private property in England, including those subletting or taking in lodgers, should make Right to Rent checks and be confident that they are allowed to rent in the UK

Immigration Act checks - What do you need?
We must see original documentation. Regrettably copies or scans will not do.
Your Passport or Residency Permit are our preferred evidence. There are other possibilities you can use if you are unable to provide our preferred options please feel free to ask us.

Immigration Act checks - The government's guidance
This is available for review on their website.

How to Rent Guide - The government's guidance
This guide is for people who are looking for a house or flat to rent.

Pets?
Our landlords rarely accept pets however we are always happy to check with the landlord each time so please contact us before a viewing to discuss this.

The Property Ombudsman:
We are members of The Property Ombudsman.
For more information please visit

Client Money Protection:
We are members of the Client Money Protection Scheme.
For more information please visit

Area Information - Rusholme
At just a mile and a half from the city centre, Rusholme is often the savvy student and young professional’s choice. The surrounding area has benefited from huge improvements in housing, environment and facilities. There's a superstore, leisure centre, a food and craft market, three large parks, the Whitworth Art Gallery and the famous 'Curry Mile', all within walking distance. It's easy to walk or cycle to work with the science park, two breweries, both universities, the MRI and a teaching hospital just around the corner. The area is well-served with primary schools, one just newly built, in addition to the highly sought-after Trinity High School. The Wilmslow Road corridor runs through the heart of Rusholme with buses running directly from Manchester’s city centre through Fallowfield and out to Didsbury.
Declaration of Association
This is offered by an employee, associate or connected person who has an interest in the property. We duly advise you, the applicant, of this interest prior to acceptance of any application in principle. An associate includes a brother, sister, husband, wife, civil partner, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece, parents, grandparents, children and grandchildren. The definition also includes business associates.

Deposit, Fees and Further Information
Tenant Administration: £70 (inc VAT) Per person
Contributes towards the costs of preparing tenancy paperwork, statutory required paperwork, conducting Immigration Act checks and administration therein.

Credit/Referencing: £50 (inc VAT) Per person
Contributes towards the cost of the Full References for tenants and where applicable guarantors. The tenant and where applicable a guarantor must complete their respective references within 45 days otherwise this charge is once again due. The Credit/Referencing charges are non-refundable.

Holding Fees are equivalent to five weeks rent.
As a result of paying the Holding Fees, the property will be taken off the market. This secures the property for applicants whilst we await their references and completion of the tenancy. If they decide not to proceed with the tenancy or in the event that they provided incorrect or omitted relevant information in relation to credit referencing we retain the right to deduct a charge for the period of time the property has been withdrawn from the market. DEDUCTION CALCULATION: Holding Fee paid minus the daily rent multiplied by the number of days the property has been taken off the market.

Tenancy Deposits are equivalent to five weeks rent.
With the applicant’s consent, once the references are agreed and tenancy paperwork signed, we will protect the monies held as a Holding Fee as a Tenancy Deposit.

FEE EXAMPLES:
E.g. Two applicants applying for a two-bedroom property at £100 per week.

Administration Fees: Two people x £70 = £140

Referencing Fees: Two people x £50 = £100

Holding Fees: £100 per week rent multiplied by 5 weeks = £500.
Holding Fee Deductions: If the property has been off the market for 3 days. The deduction would be calculated as weekly rent multiplied by weeks in the year, divided by days in the year, multiplied by days off market. £100 x 52 weeks / 365 days a year x 3 days = £42.74

Tenancy Deposits: £100 per week rent multiplied by 5 weeks = £500.

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Available 1 July 2018

Listed by Around Town Flats

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Available 01/07/18.

Amazing house. Modern. Five double bedrooms. Two shower rooms. Large breakfast kitchen. Big lounge. Great rear yard.

Kitchen:
There is a high gloss white kitchen with ebony granite effect work surfaces, an integrated brushed steel 5 ring gas hob with electric oven beneath. Over head is the twin filter extractor hood. There is a breakfast bar in the kitchen with seating enough for two people, the seating being cool dark red gloss gas pressure bar stools with stainless steel stems. The kitchen itself is really big and has always drawn the great comments and is a major selling point (and boasting point for friends), it has a stainless steel microwave, brand new washing machine, new fridge, new freezer. The effect throughout is designed to impress.

Lounge:
Likewise the lounge is big and has the oak effect flooring. This is furnished with brown Ravello sofas with enough comfortable seating for all five. Also a dark wood coffee table that contrasts well against the flooring.

Five Double Bedrooms:
Each bedroom has a double bed with semi orthopaedic mattress, wardrobe, chest of draws, desk and chair.

Two Shower Rooms:
There are two shower rooms each with luxury double showers, sinks with large mirrors and toilets.

All the furnishings look excellent and everything has been chosen to is oak effect laminate throughout the property.

The whole house is double glazed with a modern gas combi boiler, Worcester Bosch.

Gated front yard and large rear yard. The rear yard really catches the sun in summer.

For further fee information, please see our website

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Furnished or Unfurnished?
Furnished - This property is offered on a furnished basis

Managed or Let Only?
Let only - The Landlord manages this property

Immigration Act checks - What are they?
Anyone who lets private property in England, including those subletting or taking in lodgers, should make Right to Rent checks and be confident that they are allowed to rent in the UK

Immigration Act checks - What do you need?
We must see original documentation. Regrettably copies or scans will not do.
Your Passport or Residency Permit are our preferred evidence. There are other possibilities you can use if you are unable to provide our preferred options please feel free to ask us.

Immigration Act checks - The government's guidance
This is available for review on their website.

How to Rent Guide - The government's guidance
This guide is for people who are looking for a house or flat to rent.

Pets?
Our landlords rarely accept pets however we are always happy to check with the landlord each time so please contact us before a viewing to discuss this.

The Property Ombudsman:
We are members of The Property Ombudsman.
For more information please visit

Client Money Protection:
We are members of the Client Money Protection Scheme.
For more information please visit

Area Information - Rusholme
At just a mile and a half from the city centre, Rusholme is often the savvy student and young professional’s choice. The surrounding area has benefited from huge improvements in housing, environment and facilities. There's a superstore, leisure centre, a food and craft market, three large parks, the Whitworth Art Gallery and the famous 'Curry Mile', all within walking distance. It's easy to walk or cycle to work with the science park, two breweries, both universities, the MRI and a teaching hospital just around the corner. The area is well-served with primary schools, one just newly built, in addition to the highly sought-after Trinity High School. The Wilmslow Road corridor runs through the heart of Rusholme with buses running directly from Manchester’s city centre through Fallowfield and out to Didsbury.
Declaration of Association
This is offered by an employee, associate or connected person who has an interest in the property. We duly advise you, the applicant, of this interest prior to acceptance of any application in principle. An associate includes a brother, sister, husband, wife, civil partner, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece, parents, grandparents, children and grandchildren. The definition also includes business associates.

Deposit, Fees and Further Information
Tenant Administration: £70 (inc VAT) Per person
Contributes towards the costs of preparing tenancy paperwork, statutory required paperwork, conducting Immigration Act checks and administration therein.

Credit/Referencing: £50 (inc VAT) Per person
Contributes towards the cost of the Full References for tenants and where applicable guarantors. The tenant and where applicable a guarantor must complete their respective references within 45 days otherwise this charge is once again due. The Credit/Referencing charges are non-refundable.

Holding Fees are equivalent to five weeks rent.
As a result of paying the Holding Fees, the property will be taken off the market. This secures the property for applicants whilst we await their references and completion of the tenancy. If they decide not to proceed with the tenancy or in the event that they provided incorrect or omitted relevant information in relation to credit referencing we retain the right to deduct a charge for the period of time the property has been withdrawn from the market. DEDUCTION CALCULATION: Holding Fee paid minus the daily rent multiplied by the number of days the property has been taken off the market.

Tenancy Deposits are equivalent to five weeks rent.
With the applicant’s consent, once the references are agreed and tenancy paperwork signed, we will protect the monies held as a Holding Fee as a Tenancy Deposit.

FEE EXAMPLES:
E.g. Two applicants applying for a two-bedroom property at £100 per week.

Administration Fees: Two people x £70 = £140

Referencing Fees: Two people x £50 = £100

Holding Fees: £100 per week rent multiplied by 5 weeks = £500.
Holding Fee Deductions: If the property has been off the market for 3 days. The deduction would be calculated as weekly rent multiplied by weeks in the year, divided by days in the year, multiplied by days off market. £100 x 52 weeks / 365 days a year x 3 days = £42.74

Tenancy Deposits: £100 per week rent multiplied by 5 weeks = £500.

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Available 1 July 2018

Listed by Around Town Flats

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