Large Double Available in Sociable Houseshare
|Location||Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff (CF10)|
|Rent||£600 per month|
|Available From||24th March 2019|
|Minimum Stay||6 months|
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It is a beautifully built, modern house in a quiet cul-de-sac in Atlantic Wharf. It’s in a great position – ten minutes walk to Cardiff City centre, about ten to Cardiff Bay, and with lots of local cycle tracks. It has its own off-street parking space, and on-street parking is free and de-restricted.
Spread over three floors, it has four bedrooms, a lounge, modern kitchen, bathroom, downstairs washroom and utility room. There’s also a south west facing garden (perfect for summer barbies and a bit of sunbathing), and also a shed for bikes etc.
The room available is a very large double on the first floor, with king size bed, triple wardrobe, desk and chair, shelving and cabinet unit, TV and DVD cabinet, and both a small and large chest of drawers.
The rent includes all bills, including Now TV Entertainment and Movie Passes, and wireless fibre.
Ideally we're looking for a like-minded, non-smoking male or female housemate - who will be independent but also sociable - up for wasting some evenings working through some TV box sets, or heading into town for a few drinks.
Josh is a geo-environmental engineer., Llinos is a professional singer, and Rachael is
We enjoy the typical stuff people write on these things – going to the gym, cinema, and pub.
If you want to pop over and have a look, we’d love to show you around and meet you so you can decide whether it might be somewhere that suits! The room is available from the weekend of 24th / 25th March, and we're hoping to do viewings asap. Any questions at all, or to set up a viewing, email or message Matt, the landlord (who is the current fourth housemate, but is moving away due to work).
Matt, Josh, Llinos and Rachael
|Area||Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff, Cardiff|
|Property Type||Semi-detached house|
|Utilities Included||Electric, Gas, Water, Council Tax, Sky/Cable TV, Internet,|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£0.00 per month|
4 tenants aged 22 to 36.
Includes: no smokers
|JSA / DSS accepted||No|
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