|Room Type||Private room|
|Furnishing||Flexible with furnishings|
|Length of Stay||Minimum 6 months|
|Gender||Females & males (no couples)|
|Bond||4 weeks rent|
|Bills||Not included in rent|
|Internet||Available but not included in rent|
|Parking||On street parking|
The apartment is on a third floor, in an unbeatable location:
-Nice view to the Cemetery (not creepy, don't worry).
-Right next to Princess Park to go for a run or an afternoon picnic.
-Next to Lygon Street (2min walk) if we want to go out for some food
-5 minutes walking to the tram stop in Swanston to go to the CBD, trams: 1,3,5,6,8,16,64,67,72.
-5 minutes to Melbourne University (and its gym and swimming pool)
-Relatively small livingroom (see the pics), but comfy, with balcony.
-Very new, so everything works perfectly (cooking, heating etc...)
-$232.5pw (or $1010.22pm basically, as we pay monthly).
-Internet is $30 per month, unlimited NBN
-Bills are at most (per person) $50 per month (even in winter)
-Several bike racks in the garage to keep your bike safe.
-You get the big one, with a big wardrobe (your own room, no sharing).
-All the furniture in the photos is up for sale (desk, bed + mattress, 2 lamps, drawers, nightstand, shelf) for $250
-Faces north (like the entire apartment)
The move-in date has to be after the 15th of August, but I'm trying to get someone as soon as possible.
You will have to get your name on the lease, this is required by the agency/landlord that rents the apartment.
I'm a chill friendly 25 years old guy from Spain doing a PhD at the uni. I like to share a meal at night and have a good laugh.
I like watching movies and TV-shows (comedies mostly, but good dramas as well), reading, listening to music, and surf all weekends (you are welcome to join me!)
I've been living with flatmates since I was 18, so I know how to behave and respect your privacy. I'm clean, tidy and respectful.
Looking for likeminded people, easy going, that I won't have to chase down to pay bills/rent, clean and appreciates a chat over dinner and maybe going out from time to time.
Preferably (but not necessary) working professionals or in higher education.