Private room with shared bathroom
|Room Type||Private room|
|Length of Stay||Minimum 1 year|
Charges for the room
|Bond||4 weeks rent|
|Bills||Some included in rent|
|Internet||Available but not included in rent|
|Parking||Off street parking|
Ground floor unit that is furnished, except for the available bedroom. Currently missing a couch however it's on its way! Has a combined bath and shower, laundry, electric stove, and small outdoor area with clothes line.
The available room is approximately 262cm wide and 370 long with blinds, a wall heater, and small built-in wardrobe.
Trams 8 and 1 to the city are a 6 minute walk away (as well as a McDonald's for those nights you don't feel like cooking), which will take you down Lygon St and get you to Melbourne Central in 20 minutes.
$760 per month with water bills included in rent. Must be willing to go on the lease. Happy to answer any questions and send through more photos of the property!
I am 24 years old and easy going. Looking for someone who is in their 20s, confident in paying bills on time, and are reasonably tidy, however I'm definitely not going to mind if you leave some dishes out to get around to later - a little mess is tolerated! While I spend most of my time chilling out in my room when I'm home, I'm open to chats, hanging out, and social activities, especially if it involves food or wine. On the weekends I like to head out for the nightlife, and I have people over every now and then for social catchups and drinks so looking for someone who won't mind the extra company, and I'm obviously open to you having people over when you want.
I have a small 14 year old maltese x shih tzu dog, who is a little gremlin at times, so you need to be very tolerant of dogs. He sleeps most of the time because of his age but you'd need to understand that dogs sometimes make mess and noise. I look after my dog well and when I'm home I keep a close eye on him, however someone who won't mind helping me out with him on the rare occasion would be very helpful (i.e. tell him off for barking if I'm not home or feeding him if I'll be home late).