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6 Hogg Lane
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2 beds | 1 bath | 1 reception | £495 pcm The monthly or weekly payment required by the landlord. Read our glossary page

Tenant Info*

  • Located in the heart of Kirk Ella
  • Short walk to local shops & amenities

AVAILABLE NOW. A charming double fronted cottage in the heart of Kirk Ella village, well positioned for amenities, including local shops. Situated close to the villages of Anlaby and Willerby, the Willerby Retail Park is within easy reach.

In detail the property compromises: -

Lounge Approx 4m x 4m with laminate flooring, sash window

Kitchen / Diner Approx 4m x 3.3m with fitted kitchen, electric oven, hob & washing machine

Bedroom 1 Approx 3.3m x 3.1m with fitted carpet

Bedroom 2 Approx 4.1 x 2.5m with fitted carpet

Bathroom Approx 2.8m x 1.3m with fitted suite, including bath & over shower

External With an enclosed courtyard garden (shared pedestrian access)  

The property has mains electricity, water and drainage are available

Council Tax We understand from Internet enquiry that the property is assessed in Band B - The Local Authority is East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Tenancy The property is available to let for 6 months or longer on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy at £495.00 per calendar month exclusive of Water Rate, Council Tax and all other outgoings. Deposit £570.00

Energy Performance Rating: D

Viewings Viewing by appointment only, contact Haller Evans info@hallerevans.com

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