Double bedroom to rent in 2 bed flat share.

Location Nottingham (NG7)
Rent £370 per month
Deposit £495
Available From 1st May 2019
Room Size Double
Furnished Yes
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 6 months
Furnish double room to let in a 2 bed flatshare sharing with 1 working professional.

This is a modern 2 bedroom apartment in a fantastic location which is walking distance to Nottingham City Centre.

A secure parking space is available on request.

The rent is £370 per month excluding bills.
Deposit required.

The double room includes a double bed, chest of drawers, wardrobe, desk and chair.

Flat comprises of:
A modern open plan living and kitchen area.
Kitchen consists of wall & base units, cooker/oven, fridge/freezer, and washer/dryer.

The shared living and dining area is bright and spacious with large windows for ample natural light.

Location:
The flat is located in a very popular location just a short walk to the city centre.
10 minutes walk to city centre
1 minute walk to bus stop
1 minute walk to 24 hour fruit/veg/convenience store
3 minutes walk to Tesco Express
Plenty of local restaurants and pubs only a few minutes walk away

Ideal tenant:
I am looking for a working professional who is sociable but not a party animal. Someone who is house proud and cleans up after him or herself and will keep the flat tidy.

Little about myself, I travel a lot, enjoy going to cinema, eating out or baking, cooking at home and have pashion for plants and nature.

The room is available from 08 May 2019. This date can be flexible if required slightly earlier.

Call/Text to arrange viewing.

Property Details

Current Tenants

1 gay / lesbian male tenants aged 16 to 50.

Includes: no smokers , students

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Not Important
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 16
Max. age 50
Couples allowed No
Students accepted Yes
JSA / DSS accepted No
Smokers accepted No
Pets allowed No

Ernesto

Current Tenant

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