Beautifully extended and refurbished, period, detached family home situated in a highly desirable road in Barnes. The current owners have done a wonderful job in creating a light and spacious property with accommodation arranged over four floors. Each room is decorated in neutral tones, finished off with quality fixture and fittings, which include a fabulous, spacious kitchen/dining/living room, ideal for entertaining, and bi-folding doors that open on to the garden. There are five double bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities and a dressing room. The property offers versatile accommodation, ideal for a large family, with ample storage throughout, plus a workshop.
What’s the difference between a lease and a tenancy agreement?
A property lease agreement is a legal contract between two parties, a lessor (landlord) and a lessee (tenant), whereby the lessee is granted access to a property for a certain amount of time. There are usually certain conditions attached to this agreement regarding how and by whom the property may be used.
You might be wondering how – if at all – this differs to a tenancy agreement. Allow us to shed some more light on exactly what lease agreements are and when they’re relevant.