Sunny room in friendly family flatshare close to Stratford, central London and Hackney

Location Forest Gate, London (E7)
Rent £435 per month
Deposit £435
Available From 26th March 2019
Room Size Single
Furnished Yes
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 1 months
This is a three bedroom Victorian flat on the first floor with lots of natural light. The room has a single bed with a good quality orthopaedic mattress, a desk, bookshelf and wardrobe.

You will be sharing the flat with with a female postgrad student and a stay at home mother along with her 4 year old and 1 year old boys. We are looking for a kind compassionate person who will enable the flat to continue to be harmonious, clean and homely.

The flat is 8 minutes walk from Forest Gate Station which is direct to Liverpool Street in 11 mins. Wanstead Park Station going to north London also close by. .

We have Bike storage and it takes 25 mins to cycle to Bethnal Green, Hackney, Canary Wharf.

Bills and council tax come to a fixed rate of £60 month per person.

Some small pets might be accepted if they don’t inconvenience other people.

All tenants need to supply photographic ID, two references. You will need to complete forms (dbs) to check if you have any prior criminal offences due to the fact you will be sharing with children.

Property Details

Current Tenants

4 christianity tenants aged 16 to 99.

Includes: no smokers

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Female
Orientation Not Important
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 16
Max. age 99
Couples allowed No
Students accepted Yes
JSA / DSS accepted Yes
Smokers accepted No
Pets allowed No


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