En-suite double room in Leeds City Centre, bills included
|Rent||£600 per month|
|Available From||1st July 2019|
|Minimum Stay||12 months|
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Available from the 1st of July 2019 until the 30th of June 2020. Ideal for students and can discuss starting tenancy in September 2019.
Ideally looking for a student to fill the room as 2 current occupants are also students, but also suitable for a young professional.
£600 a month with all bills included (water, electricity, broadband, service charge, TV licence, these add up to approx. £200 a month)
The apartment has a balcony, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Other bedroom is occupied by a couple.
The room has a double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, 2 beside cabinets and storage built into the bed.
Each room has a bathroom but your bathroom also opens out into the hallway but nobody else will be using it and it can remain locked. Bathroom includes bath, shower, toilet, sink, and large space to put toiletries.
There is also a washing machine/dryer, a dishwasher, large extra fridge freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, and all kitchen utensils are included.
TV with Virgin Media box included with Netflix and Amazon prime subscriptions included also.
No parking available.
|Area||Leeds, West Yorkshire|
|Property Type||Flat / apartment|
|Utilities Included||Electric, Water, Council Tax, Sky/Cable TV, Internet,|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£0.00 per month|
2 straight british tenants aged 21 to 21.
Includes: no smokers , couples , students
|JSA / DSS accepted||Yes|
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