Lovely double in Chorlton
|Location||Chorlton, Manchester (M21)|
|Rent||£445 per month|
|Available From||17th December 2018|
|Minimum Stay||12 months|
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I currently share a beautiful 2 bed bed in leafy Chorlton green. ( 2 mins walk from Beech road which has, shops, pubs, bars, restaurants, cafes and a park.)
Sadly my housemate needs to leave due to her new nursing job.
I work from home but am flexible and can work around you.
I'm warm, fun, friendly and laid back- always clean and tidy. I'm social and from manchester so if you don't know anyone here- don't worry. Id like someone who wants a new friend, not just a housemate :). I'm into meditation, spirituality, and would love to enjoy yoga more than I do eating food....I love going out for dinner or drinks with friends but you're just as likely to find me binge watching a netflix series with snacks....If you also enjoy doing these things you could be the one!!
The house is a mid terrace on a quiet cul de sac, with friendly neighbours, we also have the most lovely landlady you could have, she lives in Ireland.
Chorlton, Wilbraham Road and Stretford tram stations are all within walking distance as well as bus links into Manchester town.
The room is a double, with a very comfy bed, large shelving unit for all your bits and pieces and books, photos, etc, a small chest of drawers, full length mirror and a huge wardrobe.
The house has a country cottage feel with a big kitchen table and lovely bright living room we also have a little back garden/patio area with plants, table and shed!.
If you're interested in viewing the room, asking more questions and meeting me please email, message on here or whatsapp me on the contact number, no boys, couples or pets sorry- landlady's request.
|Area||Chorlton, Manchester, Greater Manchester|
|Property Type||Terraced house|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£120.00 per month|
2 female british tenants aged 29 to 29.
Includes: no smokers
|JSA / DSS accepted||No|
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