Large double room apartment

  • Ad ref# 15261293
  • 36 days old
Area:
Manchester City Centre
Postcode:
M3
Available:
Now
Min term:
None
Max term:
None

Double room:
£980pcm

I am looking to move out and in with a friend elsewhere. I am advertising this large one bedroom apartment for a tenant or tenants to take over from me!
I have lived at Anaconda Cut for 1 year and 3 months now
Suitable for a couple or lone professional
I have the apartment unfurnished but anaconda will furnish it for you if you want a furnished apartment at no extra cost a month!
Rent includes: internet, level 1 gym, access to amenities (17th floor open terrace and 43rd floor sky lounge), participating in Anaconda ran events.
Council tax is approx £150 and bills (electric & water) approx £50 a month together
There is a 24hr concierge and they sogn for all your parcels (waheyy!!)
The 43rd has a cooking area and lots of space to mingle with your friends and other tenants, a pool table and tv, and 180views of the city
It's pet friendly and lots of residents have pets

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17th floor communal terrace

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Location info

  • Manchester City Centre
  • M3

Extra costs

Deposit
£980.00
Bills included?
Some

Amenities

Furnishings
Furnished
Parking
Yes
Garden/terrace
Yes
Balcony/Patio
Yes
Disabled access
Living room
shared
Broadband included
Yes

New Flatmate preferences

Couples OK?
Yes
Smoking OK?
Yes
Pets OK?
Yes
Occupation
Don't mind  
Min age
18
Max age
99
Gender
Males or females

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