£400 pm ALL INCLUSIVE two rooms available in West End Glasgow

£400 Per Month, £400 Deposit, 5th Jan, Single Room
£400 Per Month, £400 Deposit, 5th Jan, Single Room
Minimum Stay 3 months
Hey folks, my name is Vijaya and I'm a fourth year medical student at the University of Glasgow! My current housemates are moving out after their semester has ended so looking for some new housemates now! I love socialising, cooking and generally chilling together with housemates, so I prefer someone who is sociable, fun and can partake in occasional communal cooking (love my food!)

It's a very spacious house with a downstairs living room with a TV, Dining room and kitchen that are fully equipped and a WC as well. We have a driveway for parking and a back garden which is great in the summer! Upstairs are the three bedrooms with a bathroom, as well as some closet space for storage.

We're close to convenience stores and a few takeaways (1 min away), there's a big TESCO and LIDL nearby too (10 mins away) and are well connected by bus routes both to the city and the university (they run every 30 mins). I have bikes that I'm happy to let you borrow for the duration of your stay as well, as biking is both healthier and cheaper!

Rent is £400.00 per calendar month, which includes payment for all utlities (gas, electric, high speed fibre optic internet). The deposit is the first month's worth of rent so £400.00.

Hope you reach out to me, am excited to have some new housemates going onto the new year!
Contact details: 07927949669, 2179858B@student.gla.ac.uk

Property Details

Current Tenants

1 tenants aged 18 to 99.

Includes: no smokers , students

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 No
Pets allowed No

Vijaya

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