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Stratford-Upon-Avon > CV37 > Shed

Luke's Shed to Rent for Storage in Stratford-upon-avon

10 sq ft.   ·   Prior Notice Access


Great Shed available to rent for storage of household goods, business storage, boxes and other items. The is located within my property and is ready and available today for you to book or view.

Minimum rental: 2 months

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Details


Type Shed

For storage

Price £119 / month
Security Deposit £119
Space Size 10 sq ft.
Dimensions 4.5 ft x 2.2 ft x 7 ft
Minimum rental 60 days

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Location


STRATFORD-UPON-AVON · CV37


Access


Full Space

You'll be the only Guest using this space. Happy days!


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Prior Notice

Get in touch with Luke whenever you need to access the space.



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Luke

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