Lovely Double room in Hanover, close to Queens Park
|Rent||£550 per month|
|Available From||27th October 2018|
|Minimum Stay||6 months|
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A Large double room has become available in a 2 bedroom friendly flat to share with a female professional flatmate.
The flat is nicely furnished and clean, it has a very large living room perfect for dinners with friends or to chill out, separate toilet, a bathroom with shower over the bath, kitchen with gas oven/cooker and all the usual kitchen bits.
There is a washing machine and dishwasher (no handwashing ;-) ! )
We also have outside space for some storage, and a communal garden.
(pictures are from before flat was furnished)
Looking for a friendly and tidy professional person, working « normal hours ».
The room is £550pcm plus bills (around £100 monthly including council tax) for a single person.
The moving in date is October 27th or sooner , but the lettings agent will need your details as soon as possible to process the paperwork.
£195 fee for letting Agency + secured deposit £690.
The tenancy agreement is for 12 months with a 6 month break clause.
If you are interested, please drop us a line about yourself.
You can text Clém on 07940583500 or call after 6pm to arrange a viewing.
Early viewing is highly recommended !
|Area||Brighton, East Sussex|
|Property Type||Flat / apartment|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£100.00 per month|
No current tenants / Unknown.
|JSA / DSS accepted||Yes|
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