Large room for rent in quiet flat, loacted in the desirable area of Bruntsfield
|Location||Bruntsfield, Edinburgh (EH10)|
|Rent||£500 per month|
|Available From||5th February 2019|
|Minimum Stay||3 months|
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Away from the noise of the city yet located centrally, we are situated in the desirable area of Bruntsfield on the edge of the meadows. Off the main road but within throwing distance of the Cafes, Boutiques and restaurants that line the street, we are a short walking distance of Waitrose.
There's 3 x Tennis courts nearby & Warrender Pool if you fancy a dip. Or how about a round on what is 'THE' Oldest Golf course in the world!
If you want to head in to the city, just walk - we all do. Just a short 15 minutes saunter through the meadows - TRAFFIC FREE - will get you to the heart of the city centre. However, there are buses which will save you 3 minutes (I've timed it).
The flat itself comes fully furnished & the bathroom has just been refurbished. We are equipped with all mod-cons - GCH, W/M, WI-FI, Shower, etc.
£500 + C.Tax and bills (around an extra £25 for both).
We're looking for a tidy, quiet person, with a serious sense of humour. So if you’re interested, come and view - it will go quick!
Available Now - short or long-term let!
|Area||Bruntsfield, Edinburgh, Lothian|
|Property Type||Flat / apartment|
|Utilities Included||Electric, Gas, Water, Council Tax, Internet,|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£30.00 per month|
No current tenants / Unknown.
|JSA / DSS accepted||Yes|
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