A room to rent for UofG students!!

Location West end, Glasgow (G20)
Rent £117 per week
Deposit £0
Available From 8th October 2018
Room Size Single
Furnished Yes
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 1 months

Nice deal!!

It's a University accommodation so only for Exchange students or undergraduates who is not currently living in any university accommodation. This is a link of my village(https://www.gla.ac.uk/undergraduate/accommodation/residenceprofiles/muranostreetstudentvillage/).
I'm looking for someone who can take over my room because I'm going to move out to a private room.
If interested, you'll have to pay the rest of my contract, which means you only have to pay £119.63 pw till it expires. No need to pay extra costs. Usually students are required to pay £600.00 when they make contracts but in this case, no need!! All monthly bills are included in the rent price (electricity,water,heating,gas, internet). This is quite a deal for you!

The room is a nice single room in small flat. There are 4 nice flatmates! Our flat is not a place of party animals so if you want to keep your private area quiet but love to hang out with your friends, this is the best place!! The room is faced with a park so you can have a great view of trees and dogs!

Our kitchen is always tidy and clean, and equipped with micro, fridge, oven in the kitchen. We have two showers and two toilets which work properly. Of course, we have heating system. We have a vacuum-cleaner. I will give you all of my cutleries when you move in!
Usually every students have to buy duvets and a pillow but I will leave mines to you so if you don't mind you can use it!

The dust bins are located just in front of the entrance and a washing room is within a 30 seconds walk distance.

Near the student hall, there is a huge Tesco and on our way to the uni, there is a Tesco express so you won't find difficulty in searching for foods!

Property Details

Current Tenants

No current tenants / Unknown.

Flatmate Preferences

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


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