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Kensal Road , London, W10
£693 Per Calendar Month
0 bedroom, 0 bathroom
Warwick's is pleased to offer a selection of self contained studio apartments close to the many amenities of Ladbroke Grove. Set within a small purpose built block, over looking the Cannal, these fully furnished studio's range, comprise of good size reception rooms with modern fitted kitchenette and separate bathrooms, wooden floors throughout and internet access. Note: Rent includes electricity, gas and water rates. Available 24th Aug.
Cavendish Road, Kilburn, NW6
£1,451 Per Calendar Month
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
Situated in a very desirable wide tree lined road in an ever increasingly popular area, were pleased to offer this two bedroom apartment set in a large semi-detached property with flats arranged over four floors. The apartment benefits from an 18ft reception room with doors on to garden, separate fitted kitchen, with own washing machine and bathroom, benefiting from entry phone, gas central heating, and use of part private and part communal garden. (Off street parking is available by arrangement). The property is within walking distance of Kilburn High Road (Zone2), tube/train stations, variety of shops, bars/cafes, restaurants and numerous alternative transport links.Vacant Now
Wakeman Road, London, NW10
£1,430 Per Calendar Month
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
Warwick Estate Agents is pleased to offer this beautiful two bedroom ground floor garden flat moments from Kensal Green Underground Station. Offering stylish natural dcor, the property comprises of large bay fronted reception room with period fireplace, modern kitchen diner with integrated appliances and access to secluded rear garden. Two large double bedrooms and stylish bathroom with rain shower. Wakeman Road is a quite residential street close to Chamberlayne Road with an enviable array of restaurants, bistro pubs and vintage stores. Notting Hill and Queens Park are both also conveniently found close by. Transport links include Kensal Green (Bakerloo line) and Kensal Rise Available 8th March 2010
Ridley Road, Willesden junction, NW10
3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
Beautifully refurbished… rustic style apartment with a subtle blend of Victorian with a twist of modern, creating an impressive three bedroom apartment with direct access to a rear garden in a well maintained mid terraced house in attractive broad tree-lined road. Offering an array of retained period features which includes Anthracite reconditioned column radiators, original mosaic tiled flooring & working open fireplace. Located only a short walk of numerous local transports & shopping facilities. The property is a generous 775 sq ft of living/entertaining space, in reception room high ceilings & mouldings, into bay double glazed sash windows with fitted shutters, stainless steel worktops & Aga stove in newly fitted eat-in kitchen & wall mounted taps in contemporary style fitted bathroom.
Upper Tachbrook Street, Pimlico, SW1V
0 bedroom, 0 bathroom
Prime location of Pimlico… freehold building for sale with potential to reconfigure, located on a busy shopping precinct, with an abundance of shops, bars/cafes, restaurants and excellent transport links at your fingertips.Period style property arranged over four floors, with commercial use on lower & ground floors, own entrance residential maisonette on the first & second and third floors with retail shop on ground/basement floor and a recently refurbished 3 bedroom 3 bathroom triplex apartment above.Schedule of AccommodationLower ground & ground floor - retail shop approx. 1.383 sq ftFirst & second - 3 bedroom maisonette approx. 1.062 sq ftTotal Size Approximately : 2.445 sq ftTenureFreehold.Price on ApplicationCan be sold with vacant possessionPlease contact us for further informationLegal Costs: Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs.For further information or to arrange an inspection please contact: us NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Hanover Road, Brondesbury Park, NW10
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Well balanced space... three double bedroom maisonette, occupying the top two floors of this mid terraced house, which has recently undergone full refurbishment to a high specification, with numerous amenities close at hand. The property offers 1100sq", sizable reception room, 8" sq contemporary style fitted kitchen, master bedroom with en suite contemporary style shower room, two additional double bedrooms and family bathroom combined W.C, boasting high ceilings and gas central heating.Hanover Road is a quiet residential Road within a short walking distance of a variety of local shops, train stations and alternative transport facilities.



At, Warwick Estate Agents, we let and manage a variety of furnished and unfurnished properties throughout West, North/West London and surrounding area for rent. As members of the The Property Ombudsman, The National Approved lettings Scheme, Safe Agent, and TDS all security deposits are held in a designated Clients Account and fully bonded.

Our site contains a constantly updated register of rental property. [WEB LINK] to see our latest list. In order to receive a regularly updated list of our available rental properties, please register [REGISTRATION FORM LINK] and we will contact you with details of new properties to suit your specified requirements. 

For more detailed information or appointments to view please contact us on 020 8960 9988.

Please keep in mind that a range of rigorous checks on all prospective tenants will be carried out and we will require at least one full month’s rent as a deposit and one month’s rent paid in advance. Should you be uncertain as to your suitability or have specific requirements, please contact us.

Tenant’s Guide
Although Letting Agents have different procedures, this guide is intended as a general overview to assist you when renting a property. We have set out below a few significant pointers to assist you. 

Your Offer - Once we have found your suitable property, you will be in a position to make an offer to the Landlord for consideration. Please note that any offer you make would be subject to you fulfilling our reference criteria.

At this point, you will be requested to provide a RESERVATION FEE which holds the property for you. However, if the Tenancy Agreement is not signed by you (the Tenant) within 7 to 14 working days after receipt of your application, the Landlord reserves the right to re-offer the property. In these circumstances or, should your references prove unsatisfactory, the reservation/application fee would be non-refundable.

Agreeing the Let - As soon as your offer has been accepted by the Landlord, we will apply for references and draw up the relevant documentation which will form the basis of the agreement between you and the Landlord. 


You will be expected to provide:


All tenants must show proof of address. Only the following forms of identification are accepted:
Utility bill (less than 3 months old)
Full driving license
Council tax bill (less than 3 months old)
Mobile phone bill (less than 3 months old)




We will also contact your employer and your landlord (if you are in rented accommodation already. Your previous employer will also be contacted if you have recently changed jobs. If you are self employed we will need to contact your accountant. A credit check will also be conducted. 
To assist us in collating the necessary references, it would be advantageous for you to warn the above individuals in advance that references are required as these can be return to us within a matter of a few days, barring any delays.

Occasionally, a GUARANTOR will be required if, for example the tenant has not been continuously employed for the past 18 months; has been working abroad in the previous 6 months; the tenants’ income falls short of our criteria or the tenants’ employment is considered as changeable. 

Please note that the same criteria applies to the guarantor and, furthermore, the guarantor must earn the equivalent of 3 times the yearly sum of the rent, be in full time employment or be able to prove by bank statements that they have “independent means”. All tenants should be able to provide a guarantor and should the tenant be unable to provide one, we will decide that the tenant has withdrawn their application. The tenant will therefore forfeit their deposit. 

The guarantor must be aware that they will stand as guarantor for you, (and your partner if you are moving in to the property with some one else), for the entire occupancy of the property, not just for the period of the initial tenancy term.

How much do I Need to earn to be considered for the Property?

Having passed all the referencing criteria to be considered for the property and, subject to the Landlord’s decision, you must earn at least 1.5 times the yearly rent (however, you will require a guarantor) or at least 2.5 times the yearly rent (you will qualify on the income part of the referencing without a guarantor).

Tenancy Agreement - An appointment will be arranged with you to visit our offices to sign the Tenancy Agreement when all references have been received. The Landlord will also be asked to sign their copy of the document.

Rent and Deposit - You will be required to provide the agreed sum of rent and deposit before taking possession of the property. 
The deposit is required for the full tenancy against loss, damage or charges payable at the termination of the tenancy. Whilst this is usually the equivalent of one month’s rent, this may vary therefore we suggest that the actual amount is verified via the property description as found on our letting list.

The deposit will be held by Warwick Estate Agents in their designated clients’ account and is fully bonded. It is returnable in full at the end of the tenancy subject to final inspection of the property and it should be noted that deductions will also be made for cleaning should the property (and garden areas) not have been left in a satisfactory condition.

Rent is to be paid monthly in advance commencing on the first day of the tenancy and then on the same day each month thereafter. The preferred method is by bank standing order.

Fees - We charge an application fee [FEE INFORMATION] including VAT which is non-refundable, even if a tenancy is refused on the grounds of references or if the tenant withdraws from taking the property. 

Company Let - Company applications are acceptable where the company will be paying the rent. The fee will be £420 [FEE INFORMATION] including VAT.

Please note that all monies to be paid on the signing of the agreement prior to the occupation and should be paid in cash or by bankers draft, unless they are paid a minimum of seven working days prior to occupancy

Check in and Condition Report - If we have been instructed by the Landlord, a Condition Report will be prepared of your new home and a convenient appointment will be made with the Inventory Clerk to carry out a Check In report to coincide with your move in day. 

All information is provided in good faith. It does not replace the advice of a qualified legal advisor. We will accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies.

Other Points of Interest: 

1. The Tenant will be responsible for insuring their own possessions

2. The Tenant will take over all utilities such as Gas, Electricity, Water/Sewage charges, Council Tax & Telephone upon moving into the property and will be responsible for contacting the relevant suppliers accordingly prior to commencement of the tenancy.

3. The Landlord is responsible for any repair/maintenance problems to appliances etc. but the Tenant is responsible for any breakages which should be reported immediately.

4. Decoration of the property must only be done with your Landlord’s permission

5. No pets are allowed unless the Landlord has given consent

6.  Reasonable notice should be given in the event that the Letting Agent or Landlord wishes to inspect the property outside pre-agreed times. It is usual for the Agent to inspect the property at least twice during the term of your Tenancy and the Tenancy Agreement should cover this eventuality.

7. Most lets are for 12 months, although some Landlords may consider shorter terms of say 6 months.

8. Should you wish to quit your Tenancy earlier than the agreed term, you will be liable for all rent until the end of the agreed Tenancy. However, it may be worth considering negotiating a BREAK CLAUSE with the Landlord which, for example, could entitle you to give notice after 4 months. 
In this case, you would only be liable for the rent for the notice period of 2 months, releasing you from the remaining 6 months of a 12 month Tenancy.

9. There is no set law regarding the time limit for returning deposits but this is normally subsequent to the final inspection of the property. Letting agents generally encourage Landlords to employ a professional inventory agent to conduct the inspection and produce a report as to the condition of the interior at the beginning of the Tenancy and again at the end but this is not obligatory. In most cases, the deposit will be returned once any damages are ascertained by the Tenant/Landlord/Inventory Clerk and appropriate deductions agreed.

10. The most common type of Tenancy Agreement is the assured short hold used for 6-12 month lets and usually takes the form of a standard contract between both parties.

However, should any “extras” be agreed such as certain furnishings to be provided by the Landlord, you should ask that an extra clause be added to the agreement to this effect. It should be noted that the landlord is not obliged to carry out promises so it is important that your requests are documented.

11. The Letting Agents will deal with the property viewings, references, agreements and getting you moved in. If the agent has been instructed to manage the property then you will normally report any repairs or queries to them. If not, then you will deal directly with the Landlord.

12. The Letting Agent, whilst acting for the Landlord, operates within accepted guidelines in the industry to ensure that you are able to rely on a professional letting agent taking your concerns seriously and advising the Landlord if they are being unreasonable. In this regard, you should be assured that the property conforms to all safety regulations and is fairly priced.

13. You require a professional service and, as such, Warwick Estate Agents is a member of a recognised body such as ACCREDITED ORGANISATIONS. This ensures that professional standards are met, for example, the correct Tenancy Agreement is used; proper procedures are in place for reporting and dealing with repairs; safety checks are conducted and a bonding scheme is provide to protect your deposit. 


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