Modern spacious double bedroom (for single use)
|Location||Stockwell, London (SW8)|
|Rent||£850 per month|
|Available From||1st October 2018|
|Minimum Stay||3 months|
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I’m easy going and laid back, but I’m also responsible and reliable. I am always on time with the rent and fair when it comes to splitting expenses and household chores. I am clean and tidy. While I will be respectful of your personal space, it would also be great to share a meal now and then and watch a movie in the lounge together.
While I enjoy a quieter living situation, I do of course understand that many people in London are internationals like myself and so will have friends and family visiting and staying occasionally. This is of course fine, and visitors are welcome to use the futon in the lounge room.
• Two bedroom (one at each end of the flat)
• One bathroom
• Small but functional kitchen - I have pots, pans and plates etc that I’m happy to share with you.
• Living room with sofa, chairs, table... and maybe a TV in the future.
• 4 minute walk to Stockwell station
• Washer dryer
• Windows overlooking community area (no pedestrians or cars, only some foxes and cats)
• Council Tax: £123 (to share)
• Water / Gas / Electricity / Broadband: £120 (to share)
• Smart heating Tadoº
• Private landlord - No agency (Only fee: tenant referencing, approx £80)
* Landlord lives out of the country but he will come to meet the future tenant and signing contract.
• Carpeted floor
• Wardrobe, bed, mattress, nightstand, wardrobe (1 double + 1 single), large desk, large chest of drawers.
• 2 Months deposit plus first month in advance
• 2 Months notice before leave the room
• Good sense of humour
• Generous and easy going
• Pets: I have been adopted by a cat (Lina)
• Interests: Photography, cooking and food, video gaming, technology, traveling
Please contact sending a small description of yourself. I'll contact you to arrange a view as soon as possible. I won't answer calls Mon-Fri before 7pm. Thanks for understanding.
Available in October
|Area||Stockwell, London, Greater London|
|Property Type||Flat / apartment|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£120.00 per month|
No current tenants / Unknown.
|JSA / DSS accepted||Yes|
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