|Room Type||Private room|
|Length of Stay||Minimum 3 months|
|Gender||Females & males (no couples)|
|Bond||4 weeks rent|
|Bills||Not included in rent|
|Internet||Available but not included in rent|
|Parking||Off street parking|
One of our roommates is vacating her room in a large three bedroom townhouse in a secure complex down the southern end of Newtown. So, we are looking for a new housemate to join us and fill the remaining unfurnished bedroom!
The townhouse is split level, modern and spacious. The lower level comprises a huge open plan (air conditioned) living/dining room/kitchen (modern appliances - gas cooking and dishwasher), laundry, and backyard entertaining courtyard. Upstairs you will find three decent sized bedrooms and two bathrooms (you would be sharing the main bathroom with one female). The available (unfurnished) room is a double room, large enough to fit a double bed, side tables and other furniture. It also has a mirrored, built in robe.
The location is hard to beat, being only a minutes walk to King Street - with shops/cafes/bars are all at your doorstep. There are also many gyms/supermarkets/parks all within walking distance. The townhouse is well serviced by transport being ten minute walk to both Newtown and St Peters train stations and there are buses constantly running down King Street. Despite being so close to everything, the townhouse itself is relatively peaceful and quiet, being located on a quiet street and at the back of the complex. There is plenty of street parking (and i'm happy to vacate the property car space if you wish). The house is fully furnished outside of the bedroom, however it certainly can accommodate more.
The two remaining flatmates are myself and a female friend - we have both just ticked over into our 30s. We work full time, and are quite busy during the week, but like to unwind at home, cook meals and socialise when we have some down time.
The room is available now but we can attempt to be flexible if required.
If this sounds of interest to you please feel free to drop me a line.