Big room in huge Shepherd's Bush mansion flat
If you're looking to share a flat with space, storage, views and a very convenient location, read on...
I'm after a flatmate to co-rent the huge, furnished, top-floor mansion flat with spectacular views that I live in. The rent is £758.34 pcm (£175 pw) per tenant. With bills (council tax, energy, water, broadband, TV licence etc), the total is around £900 pcm per tenant. And you'll be sharing with just me, a professional female.
The flat has white walls throughout and loads of storage: shelves everywhere and much cupboard space.
Your bedroom has a double bed and plenty of floor space. One wall is all (double glazed) windows which make the room really bright and sunny. The view is fantastic. Wooden venetian blinds. Chest of drawers, clothes rail, bedside table and alcove with shelving.
There's a huge kitchen with a table that seats six, gas cooker, microwave, washing machine, fridge-freezer etc (but no dishwasher).
The very spacious living room has a wall of windows and a sofa, armchair, rug and large flat-screen TV. The area by the windows is currently a home office. And the bathroom has a full-sized bath with shower (good water pressure). Bathroom suite is white, floor is tiled.
The flat is in a beautiful red-brick period building with original features such as chequerboard floors and a lift with grille gates.
Shepherd's Bush has excellent transport links to most parts of London – the flat is five minutes or less from three tube stations and the Overground – but there's everything you could need right here on your doorstep – supermarkets, bars, restaurants, cinemas, music venues etc – including Westfield shopping centre, which is a five-minute walk from the flat.
I am a journalist. Lived in London all my life (half of it in Shepherd's Bush). Don't smoke, don't drink, don't do drugs. In normal times, I go out quite a lot, but also like plenty of lazy days at home. I'm sociable but independent. I've lived in this flat for many years, but I don't own it. My current flatmate has been here for more than five years, so I must be reasonably easy to live with! I'm working from home at the moment, but that could change.
I'm looking to share with someone who's independent, has friends, knows London and has been here for a while. I'm 45, so ideally my new flatmate will be over 30 – someone whose partying days are behind them. If you bake and can change a washer: welcome!
Given the current circumstances, I'm planning to meet prospective tenants via video chat first, and if we hit it off we can arrange an in-person viewing of the flat. Send me a message if you have any questions.
- £760 pcm (double)
- Minimum term
- 12 months
- Maximum term
- Bills included?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
- # flatmates
- Total # rooms
- Any pets?
- music, films, food, cinema, swimming, eating out, gigs, culture, festivals, meditation, chilling, sleeping, exhibitions, hanging out, scrabble
New flatmate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Min age
- Max age
- Males or females
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