single room to rent in EH14 Kingsknowe

Location kingsknowe, Edinburgh (EH14)
Rent £120 per week
Deposit £150
Available From 3rd January 2019
Room Size Single
Furnished Yes
Private Bathroom Yes
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 1 months
have a single room for rent in my flat,
I live in Kingsknowe, over looking a view to a park ideal if you like running near to gyms Nuffield health, Edinburgh Leisure, Exercise for less, Pure gym .Edinburgh Leisure
Travel on a 44 bus route around 15-20 mins to city centre frequent buses every 10 mins in weekdays and every 15 @ weekends The development also has a bike shed if you have a bike.
Near to M8 easy access and to City by pass also a train station walking distance at Kingsknowe or bus to Haymarket can get trains and trams
Room measures est 3.20m x 2.95 m there is a single bed but has a single bed underneath bed has only been slept in few times almost new, all bedding is brand new supplied
if you prefer and clean room
Use of broadband, kitchen, bathroom all new last August 2017 no ensuite but your own bathroom I don't use as I have own ensuite I have a washer dryer for use
close to Heriot Watt University and Napier Craig Lockhart
university and Sight hill
Shops near Sainsbury's .lidli Aldi Asda and other shops at Cheeser retail park .also Station within easy reach. And Gyle easy reach
Flat has a car park also free parking on main road outside flat a quiet residential area . neighbourhood good. A peaceful development to live in flat built in 2002. Warm gas central heating. any questions just ask
Near cinema Odeon and fountain park cinema short bus ride city centre Vue cinema at Omni Centre
Plenty of walk near canal. pent land hills .

Property Details

Current Tenants

1 tenants aged 16 to 99.

Includes: no smokers

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

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