Friendly pair looking for a room

Move Date 4th Jan 2019
Budget £0 to £800 per month
Room Size Not Important
Furnished Not Important
Private Bathroom Not Important
Weekdays Only No
Hello, my name is Poppy I am 23 and currently live and work in a luxury eco hotel in Cornwall. My friend and I will be looking to move to Bristol together in early January.

I will be a MSc Advanced Wildlife Conservation student at UWE, most likely spending a lot of my free time at the zoo. However, I will also be working and wanting to have a bit of a social life around my study.

My friend Becky is 25 and will be full time working in Bristol, she is also a small business owner but will likely put that on hold whilst in Bristol.

We are looking for either; a large double room in a house share, two double rooms in a house share (at a reasonable price), a one bed flat or a two bed flat. We are happy to share a room together. I drive and would require a parking space or free parking in the area. We would like our house mates to be fun and outgoing but also considerate allowing time to study. We are both adventurous and love the outdoors, we like to spend time in cosy bars and exploring town. We are eco conscious and would like housemates that are along the same lines, we enjoy a clean environment to come home to.

Our Details

Seeker Type We are a group of people
Gender Not Specified / Mixed
Age 20 to 50
Orientation Not Specified / Mixed
Nationality British
Religion Non-religious
Couples? Yes
Students? Yes
Jobseekers Allowance? No
Smokers? No
Pets? No

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Not Important
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Age 16 to 99
Couples allowed Not Important
Students accepted Not Important
JSA / DSS accepted Not Important
Smokers accepted Not Important
Pets allowed Not Important


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