Double Room in Friendly Colliers Wood Houseshare

Location Colliers Wood, London (SW19)
Rent £700 per month
Deposit £500
Available From 5th January 2019
Room Size Double
Furnished Yes
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 6 months
We are looking for a professional female who is fun and keen to integrate into our house share. The two remaining housemates are sociable and friendly, and will always enjoy a glass of wine with you, as well as a night in on the couch.

The available room is a small double with a wardrobe and chest of drawers, as well as a side table. Rent is £520 (£650 including bills and £44 every 6 weeks for a weekly cleaner).

The house is fully furnished with three bedrooms and a big open plan lounge and dining room leading to modern kitchen with dishwasher and conservatory. There is a private outside area with garden furniture and inside we have Sky TV and broadband package.

There are good transport routes - very close to Colliers Wood Station on the Northern Line. Buses 219 (to Clapham Junction & Wimbledon), 57, 131 (Clapham Park, Tooting, Kingston via Wimbledon), 200 (Raynes Park via Wimbledon and Mitcham). Easy access to Earlsfield/Putney/Southfields and an easy walk to Wimbledon too.

Please give me a shout if you would like to view our lovely house which is on quiet street less than 5min walk to Colliers Wood tube station (Northern Line)!!

Unfortunately no couples will be considered.

The room is available from now. Agency fees and reference checks will apply.

Property Details

Current Tenants

2 female british tenants aged 26 to 35.

Includes: no smokers

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Female
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 26
Max. age 35
Couples allowed No
Students accepted Yes
JSA / DSS accepted No
Smokers accepted Yes
Pets allowed No

Claire

Current Tenant

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