Large room for prof female in congenial house
Large bright room for mature (30+) professional woman in quiet but friendly house, sharing with myself and one other (and an adorable cat). Long-stayers preferred, to keep a nice settled household.
House recently refurbished, all mod cons, share luxury bathroom with one other. Overnight visitors kept to a minimum, so no conflict over resources. The house is clean and homely; we take it in turns to clean the kitchen and bathroom each week. There's a sunny garden to spill out into in the summer.
We're in lovely, leafy Crystal Palace, five minutes' walk from station (Zone 3 to Victoria, London Bridge, Docklands, Islington; Zone 4 to Croydon) and large bus terminus. Parking no problem in our quiet street. Also five minutes' walk to supermarket, restaurants and the magnificent park.
I'm lucky enough to have a nice house in a good location, but what's important isn't maximising the rent, but sharing it with people who are a pleasure to live with. My lodger (a mature younger person) and I (a youthful older person) are quiet and respectful, but also quite lively. A lot of chatting and laughing goes on in the kitchen before we retire to our own rooms. It's about space and privacy within a friendly atmosphere. We hope you'd like to join us!
Rent is all-inclusive, including GAS, ELECTRICITY, WATER, COUNCIL TAX, TV LICENCE and UNLIMITED HI-SPEED BROADBAND.
Deposit and references required.
- £580 pcm (double)
- Minimum term
- 6 months
- Maximum term
- Bills included?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
- # housemates
- Total # rooms
- Any pets?
- outdoors, animals, sustainability, good conversations
- 2 Females
New housemate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Min age
- Max age
- Female preferred
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