5A Irish Street, Downpatrick BT30 6BN

1 Bed Apartment To Rent

Let agreed Last listed at £350 / month

Key Information

Address 5A Irish Street, Downpatrick BT30 6BN
Style Apartment
Status Let agreed
Rent Last listed at £350 / month + fees
Bedrooms 1
Receptions 1
Furnished Unfurnished


Map View

This agent has listed the accuracy as: Quite Near


  • In the town center
  • 1 Bedroom
  • Small complex (block of 4)
  • Intercom access

Additional Information

This first floor apartment is centrally located, open plan kitchen and lounge, some appliances fitted. Double bedroom and separate bathroom.
The living room/ kitchen have been repainted and the carpet replaced within the last 3 months.
The complex includes 4 apartments with shared hallway and intercom access.
Contact Stephen on 02844619966, call or text 07515355683, or email stephen@alexanderreidfrazer.com

Quote the property address on any correspondence.

Information on Tenant fees-

-For each applicant a fee of £20.00 to cover applicant and guarantor credit checks must be paid; applications without the fee with not be processed.
- Once accepted, as the tenant a holding fee of £100.00 is due, this will be refunded once the lease is signed along with the deposit and rent in advance. If you do not proceed, the holding fee is not refunded.
- A charge of £15 is applied for the registration of the deposit with TDS payable upon signing the lease.
-Apartments incur service charges for communal area cleaning charged quarterly. Charges vary by property please ask for further details.
AGENTS NOTE: The contents, fixtures and fittings (if any) listed or shown in photographs are not necessarily included within the rental of this property. It may be possible in some circumstances to add or remove items. Therefore we would recommend an internal viewing with a view to clarifying what items could be supplied in the tenancy
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