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Vine Road, Barnes, SW13

Vibrant semi-detached house offering an abundance of character with spacious accommodation over three floors, plus a studio in the garden. The property is perfect for a family looking for a home close to Barnes Common, excellent schools, Barnes Station and is neatly situated for Barnes Village, East Sheen and Putney. This modernised family house offers five bedrooms that includes an impressive master bedroom suite with dressing area and spacious en suite bathroom, plus there is a family bathroom and two additional cloakrooms. The ground floor accommodation flows from a delightful sitting room with bay window, through to the dining area which in turn leads to a stylish modern kitchen, with an island, and access to the family/play room and garden. The westerly facing rear garden has a decked terrace with steps down to the garden which has artificial grass, side and rear access. There is a useful studio/summer house.


Are landlords responsible for pest control?

The issue of who is responsible for pest control is an important one. Pest problems can happen to anyone at any time, especially in big cities like London. If you find yourself with uninvited visitors to your rented property, you’ll want to know what you need to sort yourself and what your landlord should be covering. Fortunately, we have the answer for you. Read on as we discuss if and when landlords are responsible for pest control.