Nice room to share with a MAN, to rent in Leyton, all bills included, free wifi, ID: 410

Location London (E14)
Rent £180 per week
Deposit £100
Available From 3rd June 2018
Room Size Single
Furnished No
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 1 months
ONLY FOR A MAN 

The house is fully furnished including electric appliances such as oven, washing machine, microwave, iron, vacuum cleaner, kettle, dishware, fridge and freezer. All bills are included in the rent and internet is provided for free. There is also a cosy living room and a large garden. The common premises are professionally cleaned by our cleaner regularly. 
Leyton is the most cosmopolitan area of the most cosmopolitan city in the world. Leyton has changed considerably over the last few years, mainly because of major investments connected to London 2012. The entire area has been renovated and its easy connection to Central London, great shopping possibilities (Westfield, the biggest urban shopping center in Europe is just 1 metro stop away), as well as new pubs, clubs and restaurants have made Leyton a very desirable area to live in from people all over the world. 
Closest metro station: Leyton (Central Line) 
travel time to Liverpool street: 10 minutes 
travel time to Oxford Circus: 20 minutes 
Leyton is also well connected to Central London after the metro has been closed, buses 25 and N55 run in every 10-15 minutes throughout the night (both buses start from Oxford Circus) 

Property Details

Current Tenants

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Flatmate Preferences

Gender Not Important
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 16
Max. age 99
Couples allowed Yes
Students accepted Yes
JSA / DSS accepted No
Smokers accepted Yes
Pets allowed No

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