Room to rent in Warrington WA5
Our Bramhall St (WA5 1AT) property is ideally placed for someone wanting easy access to the Town Centre or who works for one of the companies at the nearby Omega site (such as Amazon, Hermes, The Hut Group or Royal Mail) and wants an easy commute.
This property is spacious and well equipped with modern, good quality furniture.
With just 5 rooms, you will be sharing with a maximum of 4 other people.
We prefer long term tenancies, as this gives you certainty and allows us to get to know each other better, but equally, we realise that some people are looking for something shorter term, so please do feel free to approach us about shorter lets (3 months minimum please).
Our shared properties make great stepping stones for someone aspiring to rent bigger and better - we operate family homes and apartments as well, and so are always happy to see tenants who rent rooms from us progressing on to bigger and better things and taking on a place of their very own.
Bills included in the rent as well as a regular cleaner provided as a courtesy.
To see if you could rent from us, why not take the YES!-test? If you can answer YES! to these 3 simple questions below, we can usually agree a tenancy:
1. Do you earn more than THREE times the advertised rent?
2. Is your bank account always in the black (not overdrawn)?
3. Are you planning to stay for at least THREE months?
To arrange a viewing get in touch TODAY
- Shared property
- Great Sankey
- £99 pw (double)
£85 pw(NOW LET)
- £90 pw (single)
- £87 pw (single)
- £95 pw (double)
- Minimum term
- 3 months
- Maximum term
- Bills included?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
- # flatmates
- Total # rooms
- Any pets?
New flatmate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Min age
- Max age
- Males or females
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