Large Double Room in Spacious Townhouse Abbey Wood

Location Abbey Wood, London (SE2)
Rent £550 per month
Deposit £550
Available From 4th January 2019
Room Size Double
Furnished Yes
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 3 months

Hello :)

We have large double room in a fantastic house in the quiet area of Abbey Wood (Zone 4), 27 minutes to London Bridge & 34 min to Cannon Street. The room is fully furnished and can be accommodated to your wishes and needs. Viewings and the chat with your new flatmates are essential. :) Please note the room is available from the 4th of January 2019, if requested possibly 2-3 days earlier.

About the Flat
Clean, tidy and spacious 3 bedroom flat spread over 2 floors, with a living room, front yard and very large back yard. Fully equipped kitchen with brand new appliances (NutriBullet & slow press juicer as well), 2 fridges and a dining area. Very quiet & green surroundings, large Sainsbury’s just 5 min walk. Superfast fibre internet connection (unlimited 200 mbps) from Virgin Media is here too. Two large TVs at home with gaming console.

About Us
Mario & Matt - two organised, clean and always super happy professionals in their 30s. Mario is a Manager in one of the London casinos and Matt is an AGM at one of the most popular clubs in Covent Garden so our shifts are mostly late evenings/nights. We love life and we live it to the fullest, you will never be bored with us or in this house, trust us. :) You'll find the rest about us during the chat. :)

Area / Transport
- Abbey Wood rail station – 800 metres (7 min walk from the house, trains heading to London Bridge, Cannon Street & Charing Cross stations)
- Woolwich Arsenal station - 6.5km (5 min by train from the house)
- London Bridge – (27 min by train)

- £550 with all bills included
- 1 month deposit required upon moving in

If you are interested please write very few words about yourself and we will get back to you to arrange the viewing.

Mario & Matt

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 Yes
Students accepted Yes
JSA / DSS accepted Yes
Smokers accepted Yes
Pets allowed No


Current Tenant

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