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American Professional looking for a Double Room in a Friendly Flatshare
|Move Date||17th Feb 2018|
|Budget||£550 to £650 per month|
|Private Bathroom||Not Important|
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I am a 28 year old, American, professional looking for a new double room in a flatshare in South West/West London. I work in The City as a medical project manager, and my work weeks are pretty full on.
Because my weeks are so intense, my weeknights are generally quiet - relaxing, cooking and getting ready for the next day, etc. My weekends are for recharging my batteries - sometimes that means indulging in a quiet weekend at home, and other times I'm out with friends enjoying London. I am a very clean and tidy person (ex. dirty dishes left on the counter = no go zone), and I keep my things in good order. That said, I am really sociable, and I like sharing a glass of wine in the evenings in front of the TV.
I love cooking or baking in my spare time, and when I bake, I usually need help enjoying my latest creation - cheesecake, brownies, cookies, banana bread - you get the idea! I am also a fairly active person who enjoys tennis (though I'm rubbish), badminton, swimming, walking, and I LOVE watching sports at home or at the pub. Football and Rugby are my favorites. I also sing with a chorus in London one a week.
So that's a little about me as a person. I'm keen on finding a flatshare with other like-minded professionals. People who have their own interests and friendship groups, but also enjoy one another's company at home.
|Seeker Type||I am an individual|
|Gender||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Orientation||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Nationality||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Religion||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Age||21 to 99|
|Couples allowed||Not Important|
|JSA / DSS accepted||Not Important|
|Smokers accepted||Not Important|
|Pets allowed||Not Important|
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