Lovely En-Suite room for Rent in 2 Bed house
I am Lydia and I am looking for someone to take over my housemate Emma's room as she is moving in with her partner in September.
The house is a two bedroom house situated in Brislington. Your bedroom is an en-suite bedroom at the back of the house looking out on to the garden. The rent plus bills comes to £600 per month. Your room is partially furnished with a bed and a bedside cabinet. There is plenty of on street non permitted parking.
It is a lovely area which has a big Sainsburys 5 minute walk away, sandy park road 5/10 minute walk away which has a deli, greengrocers, grounded and more. A lovely local pub called the Langton. There is lots of regular buses to the city center, or it is about a 40 minute walk.
I am a nurse who works at Southmead Hospital and I do shift work so a mixture of days/nights. In my free time I love growing vegetables, we currently have a small army of tomato plants in the gardens :) spending time with my friends, going for walks and runs and doing crafts.
I am looking for someone to come share the house who is looking for a home rather than just a room to rent. Someone who is up for spending time together whether that be sharing a bottle of wine while watching a movie or going for a walk. But I am also very respectful of you having your own life/space as well. Looking for professionals only and unfortunately no couples.
- House share
- £463 pcm (double/en suite)
- 01 Sep 2021
- Minimum term
- 6 months
- Maximum term
- Bills included?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
- # housemates
- Total # rooms
- Any pets?
- cooking, movies, walking, drinking, nights out
New housemate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Don't mind
- Min age
- Max age
- Males or females
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