- SHORT TERM WINTER LET
- INCLUSIVE OF ALL UTILITIES
- THREE BEDROOMS
- PRIVATE GARDEN
- OFFERED FULLY FURNISHED
- GAS CENTRAL HEATING
- BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED
- SHORT WALK TO BEACHES
- AVAILABLE OCTOBER
Wilbercote is a BEAUTIFUL detached HOUSE situated in a QUIET unmade road in Bembridge and is within easy WALKING distance to the BEACHES and shop.
Wilbercote is a 3 bedroom detached family holiday home situated in a quiet unmade road in Bembridge and is within easy walking distance to the beaches and shop. Please note that all utilities are included within the rental figure.
The accommodation comprises:
Kitchen with double oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, kettle & toaster, dishwasher and table and chairs,
Utility room with washing machine and freezer
Living room with sofa, two easy chairs, tv, dvd player and coffee table
Conservatory with doors leading to an enclosed garden,
Stairs lead to the first floor
Bedroom 1 with double bed
Bedroom 2 with bunk beds
Bedroom 3 with twin beds
Additional benefits include off road parking, enclosed garden and central heating.
"In the event that an agreement is made between tenant and landlord, either prior to or during a tenancy, that the tenant may keep a pet or pets at the property during a tenancy, please note and consider that an additional sum of rent equal to £25.00 per pet, per month will be payable for the duration of the tenancy and in addition to the advertised or agreed sum of rent. Should consent to keep a pet or any additional pet be sought and agreed during a tenancy, the tenant will have requested a change of the terms of the tenancy and the tenant will be charged by Hose Rhodes Dickson £50.00 including VAT for the work required to amend the tenancy agreement."
Bembridge, situated on the Island’s most easterly point, is a quiet village offering a variety of local shops restaurants and family pubs. Marshes and dunes on the outskirts provide delightful opportunities for walkers, photographers and bird watchers. The harbour is home to Bembridge Sailing Club, founded in 1886.