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This property is located in the Cowcaddens area of Glasgow City Centre, allowing tenants to access Glasgow's bars, restaurants and shops by foot or by utilising the city's subway system. Cowcaddens subway station is located under a minute's walk away from the property, providing tenants with access to numerous locations throughout the City. Furthermore, Queen Street Station is accessible in under 15 minutes on foot for those who commute or travel out of Glasgow.
The property comprises of:
- One single and one double bedroom, both with fitted wardrobes
- Separate kitchen
- Carpet/vinyl fitted throughout
- Blinds included throughout
- White goods including washer/dryer, fridge-freezer and electric oven with hob
- Secure door entry system
- Double glazing
- Gas Central Heating
- EPC Rating: C
- Council Tax Band: D
Buccleuch Street, Glasgow, G3 6SL
Monthly rent: £529.43
Link Housing Association Limited, trading as Link2Let, is a registered company incorporated in Scotland under the Companies Acts and is a Registered Letting Agent under the Letting Agent Registration (Scotland) Regulations 2016. Link2Let is governed by the Letting Agent Code of Practice.
How to apply
To apply for a property please complete the application form, which can be found exclusively on the Link Housing website.
Enquiries or forms submitted on the websites of third party advertising agents will not be processed as completed applications. To be considered for a property, you must complete an online application form for each property you wish to apply for. Please note, we will not arrange viewings until we have received completed applications that meet the criteria.
We will require references and latest 3 months’ bank statements. Please note we do not currently provide student lets. At the point of let, prospective tenants should normally be employed within the area and must meet the household income criteria stated on the advert. Mid market rent properties are designed to be affordable on a low to modest income. At point of let, tenants should normally be employed within the area and the maximum gross household income should not exceed the median income, currently £27,953 for a single adult and £45,836 for larger households. Flexibility can be applied, for example, where there is a person in the household with a disability and with access to capital or other funds where it would result in a sustainable tenancy.
The property will be let with a Private Residential Tenancy. Tenants are responsible for Council Tax and all utilities in addition to the rent.
Landlord Reg No. 239368/260/06501
Letting Agent Reg No. LARN1907019