Professional Sought for Mews Houseshare
|Location||LONDON, LONDON (W9)|
|Rent||£960 per month|
|Available From||31st January 2019|
|Minimum Stay||12 months|
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The house is 5 mins walk to Westbourne Park (Hammersmith and City), 8 mins walk to Warwick Avenue (Bakerloo Line) and 10 mins walk to Paddington/Portobello/Notting Hill with great access to West End too.
The house is situated over three levels approx. 1750 sq ft, wooden/marble floors and central heating throughout.
So let’s start the grand tour…..
Ground floor – garage, spare room/office and large laundry room with Bosch washing machine, dryer and lots of hanging/shelf space
Now up to the first floor…….
Large, bright open plan living space, fully furnished with modern furniture, breakfast bar and dining table, The kitchen is fully equipped, dishwasher and all cooking equipment ready for any budding Delia/Jamie’s. The first marble bathroom with shower is located across the hall.
Up to the third Floor….The sleep zone…
3 double rooms – one of which could be yours! It's available furnished or unfurnished – all rooms have telephone and TV aerial sockets. The second marble bathroom is located up here and is fitted with a lovely deep bath for those long soaks after one of those City days.
The mews is a rarity as we are a small community and look out for each other. BBQ's in the summer with the neighbours, Xmas drinks etc.
We are two clean and tidy outgoing professionals who enjoy food/cooking/conversation and having the odd dinner party. We like to think of this as a home and would welcome like minded individuals. We’re equally happy enjoying a glass after a long day or just spending time alone. There’s enough space to do what takes you.
We’re looking for a similar person, clean and tidy who cares about where they live, with a good sense of humour.
So….what are waiting for, pick up the ‘phone or getting typing!
|Area||LONDON, LONDON, Greater London|
|Property Type||Terraced house|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£150.00 per month|
2 non-religious tenants aged 30 to 50.
Includes: no smokers
|JSA / DSS accepted||No|
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