Lovely Urmston Terrace available for House Share **Central**
|Location||Urmston, Manchester (M41)|
|Rent||£450 per month|
|Available From||31st March 2019|
|Minimum Stay||3 months|
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The rent required would be £450 which covers the share of the rent and ALL bills inc council tax, gas and electric.
The house is close to all major transport links, 245, 255, 23, 22 and X50 bus services to Manchester, stockport etc. Train station to Liverpool, Warrington and Manchester City Centre less than 10 minutes walk, the M60, Trafford Centre and right in the centre of Urmston as well as close to all the major hospitals including Trafford General and Salford Royal. Flixton and Urmston Cricket and Football clubs are nearby.
There are three local pubs, bars, restaurants, green spaces and sports facilities nearby. Fantastic well desired location off church road(urmston end)
The available room has a double bed, wardrobe with mirror and double set of draws and is quiet and private. Large window overlooking the garden and a radiator. Bath and shower facilities available and use of kitchen, eating area and living room.
Me: I am 37, professional female.
Very into travel, music and film and like to spend time with friends and family.
Work in the city centre for a travel company. Like to chill midweek and see friends/family at weekend. Its a relaxed house and my neighbours are good friends.
I would like a happy relaxed person to move in who enjoys the company of others and is honest and chilled out. Must be clean and tidy as I will hate to have to be clearing up after someone.
If you are anti social/uptight and slobby we won’t get on. You will have use of kitchen, living room, wifi and bathroom. Garden is also available.
If you have any other questions please let me know. We can arrange a chat if interested.
|Area||Urmston, Manchester, Lancashire|
|Property Type||Terraced house|
|Utilities Included||Electric, Gas, Water, Council Tax, Sky/Cable TV, Internet,|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£0.00 per month|
No current tenants / Unknown.
|JSA / DSS accepted||Yes|
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