What's not great about living at the Grey Street Gallery! At a prime location in the inner south, this place is full of character! Perks include running water, doors, a roof and plenty of hat hooks. And if that didn't make your ears prick up, you'll be moving into a semi-furnished house with a big front yard (1200m2 block) and offstreet parking for 4 vehicles.
I’m easy to get along with, reliable and as happy to share a meal as to have an evening to myself. I‘m from Austria and will be interning at the Austrian Embassy starting on 8 July for three month. I’m looking for a furnished room for short term rent (3 months) starting July 2019.
The house is pretty amazing, it feels like it's come off a set of Mad Men, it's a stupidly cool place to live. The house is fully furnished, has cork floors throughout, floor to ceiling windows around the whole back of the house that opens onto an entertaining deck and backyard, the house is filled with light and has beautiful timber panelling throughout. All bedrooms are all queen size, there are 3 bedrooms inside with queen beds, built in cupboards and bedside tables. We have 1 room outside with a private entrance, this room is attached to the house but does not have entry into the house from the room, the outside bedroom has a king bed, chest of drawers a hanging rack and shelves that run down the walls on both sides this room has has full access to the house, its very much private. There is 1 room inside available to move into 30th June All Utilities - Bills Gas, Electricity, Internet, Netflix, Stan $75 per month We have 2 female embassy interns aged in mid 20's, and me in my early 40's wth a 1.5 year old baby, I own a cafe in the city and the baby and I are up early and in bed early, we are looking for another housemate to join our little family Our household is a fun one!, we enjoy each others company, eat family dinners together, giggle a lot and respect each other's space.
Hi, my name's Adam (on the right), 34, I'm relocating back to Canberra (from eastern Victoria) for work. I work in exhibitions / cultural sector. Lifestyle wise, I'm big on yoga, fitness and health. I'm a pilates instructor (mat mainly), a spin/cycle/RPM instructor. I have a design background in exhibitions and interior architecture. I've also done some work in fashion and have been doing post-grad study in graphic design and illustration (on and off ... off for the next six months). So I like to dabble in some drawing when I have some time. I enjoy quiet nights and weekends just as much as social nights (preferably not mid-week) and weekends. I'm an early riser (as group fitness instructors are). I've lived in share houses for many years so I know the drill - like to be clean, tidy, eat well, etc. I will be in Canberra to find a place / inspect: Friday 28th June - after 6PM Saturday 30th June - anytime Sunday 31st June - anytime Monday 1st June - before 10am I aim to move between July 8th and 12th as I start my job on the 15th of July.
I’m clean and tidy; I respect others' privacy and at the same time I enjoy the occasional chats. During my free time, I like going to the gym, do some social dancing, hang out with friends and family or go on short trips. I am looking for a place that is close to my family and work. Feel free to message me and/or arrange an interview if you’d like to get to know me more.
Hi! I'm Camilla, I'm Norwegian but will be moving from the UK, when I have finished my undergratduate/Bachelors degree in International Relations. In Canberra, I will be doing a full-time 6 month internship in the government sector. I'm used to being in very multicultural groups, and I am a sociable and friendly person. I used to do music before, and winder sports (I'm Norwegian after all!), but don't yet know what sort of hobbies do in Canberra. I am not a big party person, but enjoy going out for drinks or coffee, and anyone who knows me will tell you how I'm above average interested in tea. I enjoy traveling and exploring new places, as a flatmate I'm clean and tidy. I won't be bringing pets with me, but grew up with a dog back home, so I'm fine with flatmates having dogs/cats. I prefer where I live to be smoke-free. I'm looking for something in the price range $190-250 a week. I'll be working in Yarralumla, so the areas closer to my workplace will be preferred.
Hi all, I'm looking to move into a place somewhere in the south of Canberra, preferably long-term. I'm open to most options, including teaming up to form a new share house :) A little bit about myself; I work full-time as a Postie Monday-Friday. When I'm not working, I like to read, watch Netflix, practice Muay Thai (2-3 nights a week) and drink coffee. While I do tend to keep to myself, I'm open to the occasional dinner/get together/chat after work. If you have any other questions, hit me up and we'll see how things go from there
I’m a 3rd year ANU student who is returning to Canberra in July from my exchange semester in France. I love cooking, long discussions over said cooked food and wine, spending time in the outdoors, and movie nights. I’m very tidy and easygoing. I’m looking for a social and friendly sharehouse with a nice communal vibe!
I’m a Canadian student coming to Canberra to do a health studies internship for 4 months. I like sports (boxing, rugby, wrestling, soccer), pets (any kind!), and food (also any kind). Though I will be doing some online courses and applying to med school while I’m there I still really love having fun and want to explore Australia as much as I can in my time. I’m super easy going and clean, hoping to find a flatmate that is the same and won’t mind giving me directions or travel tips on occasion.
3rd year medical student at ANU. Currently working weekends at a car wash. Friendly, respectful, pleasant, easy going and approachable. Not much of a party goer and tend to spend time at home in my room studying.