Social house/flat share wanted

 
  • Ad ref# 12747187
  • 113 days old
Wanted:
a double room
Total budget:
£780 pcm
Available:
Now
Min term:
6 months
Max term:
None

Hi Everyone,

I'm looking for a double room in a social house share with up to 4 other professional flatmates of a similar age to me (no preference on gender, orientation etc).

I really want to live with people who are up for doing stuff or just chilling at home together in the evening/at the weekend so you can be sure I won't be one of those ghost flatmates that just stays in their room the whole time, although I get there are times when you just want to be on your own after a bad day at work.

I would be up for going to the pub on a semi-regular basis (maybe do the odd pub quiz?). Also I have a TV that I'm happy to share with the right house mates.

My budget is £800 a month (including all bills). I can move any day from 15th July but need to have somewhere on or before 24th July at the latest.

I'm happy to meet up with you for drink if you want to get to know me better. Just drop me a message :)

No agents please!

Helen

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  • Docklands
  • Greenwich, Blackheath & Lee
  • Hackney & Clapton
  • Peckham to Deptford
  • The East End
  • The South Bank


Amenities required

  • furnished room
  • shared living room
  • broadband
  • washing machine
  • garden/roof terrace
  • balcony

About me

Age
22
Smoker?
No
Any pets?
No
Language
English
Nationality
British
Occupation
Professional
Interests
Exploring London, Netflix, Wine, Reading, Anything really!
Gender
Female

New household preferences

Smokers OK?
Yes
Pets OK?
Yes
Occupation
Don't mind  
Min age
20
Max age
27
Gender
Males or females

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