Creative Couple Looking for Flatmate in Edinburgh
|Move Date||30th Aug 2018|
|Budget||£400 to £700 per month|
|Private Bathroom||Not Important|
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We are currently looking for the right person to share an apartment with - be it a single individual or another couple.
A little about us: Calvin, 28 - a fashion design student currently studying at Edinburgh College of Art, with a background in Philosophy & Curtis, 30 - an illustrator, graphic designer, musician and writer.
We are both friendly, respectful and genuine people with a positive outlook on life, we enjoy living a happy and modest lifestyle with shared interests in cinema, art, cooking and cycling. We both have a great sense of humour and an open-minded attitude to the world around us.
We are not looking for a party flat, but instead somewhere that we can make our house into a home, so ideally, we are looking for someone who is tidy, sociable and honest that will enjoy contributing to a comfortable household! Bonus points for those that are queer-friendly & vegetarian (although not a necessity! We are just looking for likeminded folk!)
If any of this appeals to you, please get in touch and tell us a little about yourself, and why you think you might be a good fit for both of us.
We are looking to find a place in Edinburgh before the beginning of September, so we are keen to meet potential flatmates in the weeks to come!
Please note that we are planning to stay permanently in Edinburgh for the next 3 to 4 years, so we are looking for those who need fixed accommodation for the foreseeable future. No festival lets!
If you have questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch : )
Calvin & Curtis
|Seeker Type||We are a couple|
|Age||25 to 35|
|Orientation||Gay / Lesbian|
|Nationality||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Religion||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Age||25 to 40|
|JSA / DSS accepted||Not Important|
|Smokers accepted||Not Important|
|Pets allowed||Not Important|
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