Flatshare Duff Street, Haymarket, Edinburgh
|Location||Haymarket, Edinburgh (EH11)|
|Rent||£400 per month|
|Available From||1st September 2019|
|Minimum Stay||3 months|
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2 bedroom 1st floor flat - 1 room rent, in popular Haymarket area of Edinburgh. Located less than 5 min from Haymarket Station, with two local supermarkets located within 5 min walk. Along with close location to train station, very good public transport links with number 25, bus and various others on route.
Bedroom available comes with double bed, built in wardrobe, with space and shelving, bedside cabinet, along with chest of draws. 3 rows of long shelving, and landlord may provide desk and chair at request of Tennant.
Shared bathroom, kitchen and living room. All rooms come fully furnished.
I will be remaining in the flat, all year round. Im an easy going person, who does tend to keep to themselves, however has no issue with a flatmate who is more extroverted. 19 years old current in second year at Heriot Watt University. Majority of furniture and appliances are provided by landlord however there are some which are my own, and can be shared.
Rent will be £400pm (though may be subject to change in new lease) plus share of bills. Sharing of housework is expected, along with keeping shared areas reasonably clean. Room comes with a free parking space, located outside building in culdesac.
Welcome both male and female flatmates of any orientation, along with couples also (though rent and bill arrangements would need to be sorted between the two of you) and all bills will be payed 50:50. Looking for student between the ages of 18 - 25 to take lease (with options of both 9 - 12 months, would have to confirm with landlord)
|Area||Haymarket, Edinburgh, Lothian|
|Property Type||Flat / apartment|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£40.00 per month|
2 male british tenants aged 19 to 21.
Includes: no smokers , students
|JSA / DSS accepted||No|
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