Lovely home in great location looking for professional like minded house mate

Location Barry (CF62)
Rent £400 per month
Deposit £400
Available From 10th January 2019
Room Size Double
Furnished Yes
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 6 months
Less than 10 minute walk to train station
Close to shops and takeaways
A few gyms near by
Pubs and coffee shops short walk away
Not far from the coast

Looking for a housemate. I am sociable, enjoy a glass of wine and a night out. Not looking to have lots of house parties. Work full time and enjoy chilling at home in the week or going to the pub occasionally. Have friends around for dinner and a catch up. I have a dog so must be ok with that. Someone respectful and tidy. Would possibly consider a couple but rent would need to reflect this. Room can be furnished or un furnished. I'm more concerned with having the right person than filling the room asap. Would want to meet before. Can show you around the house etc and maybe go for a drink. Any questions just ask. Preferrably 24 to 36 years old but ages aren't set in stone of new housemate as long as similar wave length.

Thanks

Property Details

Current Tenants

1 female british tenants aged 31 to 31.

Includes: no smokers , couples , pets

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Not Important
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 24
Max. age 36
Couples allowed Yes
Students accepted No
JSA / DSS accepted No
Smokers accepted Yes
Pets allowed No

Katie

Live-In Landlord

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