All Bills included Room in Student house for 2019/2020 No Agency Fees, free wifi

Location Roath, Cardiff (CF24)
Rent £89 per week
Deposit £389
Available From 1st July 2019
Room Size Double
Furnished No
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 12 months
We are 4 female students at Cardiff Met going into our final year and need someone to fill a spare room in the house. It’s been brand newly refurbished and is only £89 a week all bills included (this covers TV licence, contents insurance, gas, electricity & water on a fair usage policy). The rooms all have double beds and there are 1.5 bathrooms.

This high standard, five bedroom property is located in the popular Roath area. This large house comes fully furnished, has its own patio area and even includes a big, flat screen and Apple TV! Condor bedrooms aren’t your average, bland student rooms. Ours are tastefully decorated with extras like a full-length mirror, noticeboard, fitted wardrobe and fitted desk. There is on-street parking, and no permit needed, a Tesco at the end of the road, and a bus that will take you into town. There is a bus to Cardiff Met a street over and it’s about a 40minute walk on the Taff trail. It’s a 20-minute walk to Cardiff uni as well.

The house is currently being refurbished, and so the images are samples from other houses the company has done up in the same style.

Property Details

Current Tenants

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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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