Looking for a room/flatmates in West London

 
  • Ad ref# 16015521
  • 260 days old
Wanted:
a double room
Total budget:
£770 pcm
Available:
Now
Min term:
None
Max term:
None

(sadly, the dog in my picture lives with my parents - so I won't need a pet-friendly household)

Hi I'm Alex,

I’m looking for a room in West London. I need to commute to Ealing - places like Hammersmith would be ideal but I’m flexible. Close-ish to a tube station would be good. I'll be working from home probably 1 day a week so will need a place with stable, fast internet.

I’m so ideally looking for flatmates who are open to becoming friends and occasionally doing stuff together although I am also very respectful of private space and privacy. I’d be really keen for a place with a living room or nice shared area. I love cooking and eating so perhaps we can have a big meal in together sometimes. I’m quite a chill and adaptable person to share a house with.

I’m a tidy person (my room sometimes gets messy, but I always tidy up after myself in shared spaces).

I need to start my new job sometime before the end of January so would need people who are willing to go through this whole process with that deadline (I suppose I could find a 1 month let if we needed more time).

I look forward to meeting you. Don’t hesitate to message me!

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  • Acton, Chiswick & Hammersmith
  • Kensington & Notting Hill
  • Paddington & St. Johns Wood


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About me

Age
22
Smoker?
No
Any pets?
No
Language
English
Nationality
British
Occupation
Professional
Gender
Male

New household preferences

Smokers OK?
Yes
Pets OK?
Yes
Occupation
Don't mind  
Min age
20
Max age
28
Gender
Males or females

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