3 Bedroom house to rent in Landrail Road, Lower Halstow, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME9
£1,125 per month
| Three Bedrooms | End Terrace | Conservatory | Rear Garden | Outbuilding | Pets Negotiable | Ready to Move Into | Popular Village Location | Local amenities including village shop & public house | Walking Distance to Schools | Watch Our Live Viewing |
- Garden,Patio,Outside Space
- End of Terrace
- On Street Parking
The accommodation comprises entrance porch, good sized living room, open plan kitchen/diner with oven, hob and extractor, space for a freestanding American style fridge/freezer and washing machine, patio doors leading conservatory and access to the rear garden. The first floor consists of 2 doubles and1 single bedroom along with family bathroom with shower over. Externally there is an enclosed rear garden also including an outbuilding with power and light. To the front of the property there is a paved section, the landlords have requested planning permission to drop the curb and are awaiting approval.
Landrail Road is a quiet cul-de-sac in the pretty village of Lower Halstow. The village is situated in the Swale district of Kent in between Rainham and Sittingbourne on the banks of the Medway estuary. This quaint village has a long history with evidence of constant occupation since the Iron Age. There is a charming 15th century public house/restaurant; The Three Tuns; which is a grade II listed building offering fine food and real ales. Lower Halstow primary school is within walking distance and has a good Ofsted rating. There is also a village convenience store, and regular buses to Sittingbourne, Rainham, Gillingham and Chatham. For avid walkers there are an array of stunning rural walks along the estuary wall as well as local fields and orchards.
The successful applicant must have a provable household income of £36,000 or above. This landlord has indicated that they may accept applications from people with pets on the basis a £25pcm surcharge will be applied.
Sittingbourne is ready to step up its image by embracing a £46 million regeneration scheme, designed to create a ‘destination town’. The Spirit of Sittingbourne masterplan contains new apartments, an eight-screen cinema, new restaurants and an improved public realm –a vision already turning heads.