HOUSE NEAR QMC & UNIVERSITY of NOTTINGHAM

£445 Per Month, £250 Deposit, 21st Feb, Single Room , Furnished
£495 Per Month, £250 Deposit, 21st Feb, Double Room , Furnished
Minimum Stay 3 months
Large & modern house. (*No fees)

Located closeby Queens Medical Centre, ideal for hospital and university staff/students as you can walk in quickly.

10 minute walk or 5 min cycle to the University of Nottingham (Both Jubilee or Main campus).

Household bills, WIFI & Virgin TV, are included. House is fully furnished down to bedding if required. Double glazing throughout, central heating, dishwasher and security alarm.

All rooms are bright & spacious each with a desk/study area, chest of drawers and large built in wardrobe. There are two lounges and two bathrooms in the house so plenty of space.

City centre is approx 5mins on the tram/bus, nearest tram stop (Gregory Street)is a couple of minutes walk away. Very well kept house in a nice quiet residential area, in short walking distance to all amenities.

Not overcrowded, 3 bedrooms so a max of 3 ppl

One current housemate-friendly professional

**Mon-Fri/ whole house let will be considered-please enquire**

Property Details

Current Tenants

1 tenants aged 23 to 29.

Includes: no smokers

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Not Important
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 22
Max. age 35
Couples allowed No
Students accepted Yes
JSA / DSS accepted No
Smokers accepted No
Pets allowed No

Dominique

Live-Out Landlord

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