Dudley is a large town 6 miles (9.7 km) south-east of Wolverhampton and 8 miles (13 km) north-west of Birmingham. The town is the administrative centre of the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley The wider Metropolitan Borough, which includes the towns of Stourbridge and Halesowen, has a population of 312,900 (see demography). Dudley is sometimes called the capital of the Black Country
The 13th century ruins of Dudley Castle overlook the town, and is a Grade I listed structure. Dudley Zoo is built into the castle grounds, and houses a large collection of endangered species, and also the largest collection of Tecton buildings in the world. Under proposals by Dudley Zoo, in partnership with Dudley Council, St. Modwen, and Advantage West Midlands, the zoo is to be regenerated, which will see a former freightliner site redeveloped with a tropical dome, Asiatic forest, two aquatic facilities and walkthrough aviaries.
There are many canals in and around Dudley, the main one being the Dudley Canal – most of which passes beneath the town in the Dudley Tunnel and is accessible only by boat because there is no towpath
Stairs rise to the first floor.
1.98m x 3.14m (6' 6" x 10' 4")
A range of eye and low level units incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated gas hob with extractor over and integrated electric oven. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and window to the rear.
3.27m x 8.76m (10' 9" x 28' 9")
Impressive and extremely spacious dual aspect through lounge diner with bay window to the front and sliding patio door to leading to the garden.
Doors to all first floor rooms.
3.27m x 4.74m (10' 9" x 15' 7")
Bay window to to the front.
3.27m x 3.63m (10' 9" x 11' 11")
Window to the rear.
1.98m x 2.79m (6' 6" x 9' 2")
Window to the front.
1.95m x 2.43m (6' 5" x 8' 0")
A three piece suite comprising: panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Window to the rear.
To the front is a driveway providing off road parking and a side gated entrance leads to the rear.
Laid mainly to lawn with patio seating area.
We require to see a passport for every adult or a copy of a birth certificate, along with proof of your address.
Either a ‘Right to Rent’ check or a full reference may be carried out on any prospective tenant wishing to rent a property. The ability to rent any property is subject to these checks. There is no cost for this to the tenant
To reserve a property a holding deposit will be taken. The holding deposit will be the equivalent of 1 weeks rent of the property applied for. Holding deposits are non-refundable in the event that the tenant fails the reference or fails to complete references within 14 days of request. The holding deposit will be refunded in the event that the landlord withdraws acceptance of the tenant or fails to respond within 14 days.
A security deposit equivalent to 5 weeks rent is required for a standard tenancy
Pet Policy: If a pet agreement is in place the tenant will be required to pay £25 per month extra over the standard rent for the duration of the tenancy. The security deposit will be lodged with The Deposit Protection Service (DPS). We are members of the Client Money Protect Scheme (CMP).
Where a landlord agrees to accept a pet/s to be kept at the property an increase in the monthly rental will be levied for the entire term of the tenancy from £25 per month
Lost Keys: Should keys be lost a charge for administration by Bloore King & Kavanagh Staff will incur a charge of £15 per hour. Any charges for contractor ie: locksmith or similar will be the responsibility of the tenant to pay
Late or Default Payments
Interest rate will be charged for late payment or default of rent over 14 days at 3 (three) per cent per day of the outstanding rent.