5 Bedroom House Share/Rent A Room (Now Let)

Havelock Road, Luton, LU2 7PR

Letting Information
Letting Type
Negotiable
Key Features
  • Alarm
  • Garden
  • Washing machine
  • Regular Cleaning Service
  • Central heating
  • White goods
  • Broadband/ADSL
Full Description

FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY we will not charge our admin fee for this property (which is usually £200)! So during this deal, we will only charge for referencing which is £50 per person... plus you get a free pizza on the night you move in!

Our Havelock road property is a working professional house share with four bedrooms and one en suite bedroom. Unfortunatley we are unable to accept couples or students.

This is a large house with tonnes of character, boasting 4 bedrooms and 1 en-suite bedroom. Some of the house’s original features have remained, which complements the uniqueness of the décor perfectly. The communal open lounge and kitchen allows you to maximise the space of the property (and enjoy your favourite TV programmes on the 40 inch HD TV, whilst rustling up your delicious meals!). The out building within the garden contains the laundry facilities, so you can hang your clothes on the washing line provided or within the large laundry room.

People’s Park is just a few minutes’ walk away, so on the warm summer days, you can take advantage of the beautiful park and enjoy a delicious picnic. Luton train station, The Mall shopping centre, gyms, superstore, M1 & Luton Airport are all within 15 minutes of the property. There is a shop, ATM Machine and GP all within a five minute walk of the property.

Havelock road is friendly working professional house share. The available room is the en suite bedroom, benefiting from HUGE wardrobes and it's own entrance. There is a 32 inch HD TV and 2 built in HDMI cables in every room, so you can stream whatever you like to your TV. The room is available now - viewing is highly recommended as the en suite bedrooms don't stick around for long! All of your bills are included within your monthly rental amount - what could be simpler?