Corthie Court, Denny - second floor property

Link2Let has a two-bedroom, second floor flat available now for mid market rent at the Corthie Court development in Stoneywood, Denny.

Please note that images shown are of a similar property at Corthie Court and may not be of the specific available property.

The area provides access to centres of business throughout the central belt for commuters via nearby motorway links to both Glasgow and Edinburgh. A variety of high street shopping options are within a 20 minute drive of this property in nearby Stirling and Falkirk. The town of Denny itself offers a number of local amenities to residents including Sainsbury's and Co-op stores as well as a medical centre. Furthermore, families can benefit from the nearby schools which include Denny High School and two primary schools.

The property comprises of:

  • Two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes
  • Separate kitchen and lounge
  • Bathroom with electric shower over bath
  • Allocated parking space
  • Fully carpeted
  • Blinds throughout
  • White goods included
  • Double glazing
  • Gas Central Heating
  • EPC Rating: B
  • Council Tax Band: C

Property information

Corthie Court, Stoneywood, Denny FK6 5GU        
Second floor       
Unfurnished       
Monthly Rent: £501.98       
Deposit: £601.98       
Link's Landlord Registration Number: 239368/240/14451
Developer's Landlord registration number: 386276/240/08421

How to apply

To arrange a viewing, please contact the Link2Let team. 

Before we can allocate the property, you must complete an online application form - found exclusively on the Link Housing website - which meets our eligibility 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.