Cosy arty single room

Location Streatham, London (SW16)
Rent £450 per month
Deposit £200
Available From 12th December 2018
Room Size Single
Furnished Yes
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 6 months
Greetings All,

We are looking for an arty person to join us in a great flat on a quiet and cosy road very close to Streatham High Road, approximately 5-10 minutes walk away. Furthermore the distance to Streatham overground station is an equivalent walk time. We have a friendly tabby cat and a feisty lion-head bunny part of the family here. We are 1 male as well as 2 female occupants. We have a great sized kitchen and lounge area as well as a garden area which we are working on at the current moment. If you drive or cycle it can be a benefit for you as we have a side gate leading to the garden where your bicycle, tricycle and any other contrapments can be locked away safe from prying eyes. Just note if you require the car parking that will cost you an extra £100 a month. The bathroom is old school (Victorian) and will be getting a face lift sooner rather than later. The deposit will be £200. The room will be available from the 12th of december. If you are interested please text or call me on the allocated number 07478379181

See you soon.

Property Details

Current Tenants

3 straight non-religious tenants aged 26 to 41.

Includes: smokers , students

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Not Important
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 18
Max. age 51
Couples allowed No
Students accepted Yes
JSA / DSS accepted No
Smokers accepted Yes
Pets allowed No


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