Located off Sturt Street - this little townhouse is close to everything great within the CBD! Around the corner is a convenience store that stocks everything you can imagine (including the best hotdog you’ll ever eat). We have the famous Vietnamese Laundry a 5 minute walk away, the beautiful Troppo Café (look them up on IG – incredible!) is just over Whitmore Square, we have a bottle shop located at the Elephant and Castle also around the corner, and for all your thrift shop needs there’s a Salvo’s a 10 minute walk from our home! There is a bus stop 30 second walk from our place that has the G10, G20F, and the G30F, and the G40F come past. The G10 comes every 5 minutes and takes you past the Central Markets and down King William Street. I've furnished the place so you don't need to bring anything besides your bedroom furniture and personal items. We do have an awesome spiral staircase – but this means all furniture must be made upstairs. I guess you could say this house is Ikea friendly only? I can provide a double bedframe that has storage drawers underneath if you only have a mattress. I can possibly furnish this room for you if you are a student and are willing to pay more. We have a long driveway and I have a tiny car so we're able to fit two cars in there. Although it is a lot easier if you have a smaller car rather than a big one. Rent is $175 p/w not including bills or internet. Both bedrooms are both medium sized with built in robes. The bathroom has recently been re-done. There's open plan living on the bottom floor with a kitchen. There is unlimited internet hooked up to the place which is only $30 per person each month. We do have a little undercover front garden for sitting, drinking and chilling when it’s raining – but for when the sun is shining I have some outdoor seats down the end of the driveway. I do not smoke myself but am happy for smokers to hit me up! (I’ve selected women only but am happy for gay men to apply!
I am going to be a student attending Carnegie Mellon in Adelaide for the year and I will be moving there from Seattle, WA, USA. I am a very tidy and easy-going person/roommate, and a hardworking student. I will be seeking a part-time job once arriving in Adelaide. I love hanging out, reading, hiking, and of course, netflix; along with sports such as soccer (football), lacrosse, and am going to try to understand more about rugby! I am very laidback and love me some nice cocktails or a glass of wine. I look forward to exploring Adelaide while not in school/working! **also that is not my dog, it is my friends... but I do love animals and am not opposed to any places that have cats or dogs (or other house pets)!
I am a native of this fine city. My job is to turn paper into happiness. I am great to live with because I am open-minded (but closed enough that my brain stays in), reliable, funny, modest, and I can cook. I'm not real picky about fun as long as it's fun.
I'm a professional who works fairly long hours. Looking for places in suburbs around Adelaide CBD. I'm quiet but sociable. I'm generally an easy going and relaxed person. Tidy and organised but not a neat freak by any means. Happy to cook communal meals and socialise. Very respectful of boundaries and personal space. I would be happy to share meals and have movie nights with my flatmates. I am looking for long term accomodation.
Hey everyone! Let's start with the buzzwords: open minded, relaxed, positive, healthy, fit, social, non-smoker, respectful, active. Lots of interests: food (it's my job), cycling, road-trips, camping, fishing, photography, music, movies, reading (I'm a news junkie), technology and much more. I have plenty of experience with sharing accomodation, both agencies and privates, and multiple enthusiastic references are available. When I'm home, if I'm not doing some work-related email catching-up, I'm very open to socialising during dinner or a glass of wine if that's the type of house, otherwise I respect other peoples' spaces :) My budget for the perfect place is $150-$170 bills included. If there are more people, or bills are excluded, etc that would be reflected in the rent I'm prepared to pay. I have used this website recently and it was a success, hoping to replicate! Now my current housemate just landed a dream job in Brisbane and is leaving by end of July. I don't want to take over the lease so I'm considering other share-houses. Details aside, just feel free to contact me and we'll see how we go from there. Cheers! Some random facts: - I have saved thousands of marine turtles in Mexico. - I'm Italian but I don't like soccer. - I do cook amazing food, I'd love a foodies' house! - Apart from Italian and English, I speak fluent Spanish and it would be great to live with someone who can help me practice my French :) - Eventually in a few years time I want to quit everything, buy a sailing boat and go places.
My name is Anuschka, I am an international student studying full time at the moment. I am responsible, friendly and easy to get along with. I like to live a clean, healthy lifestyle. I am a non-smoker, honest, open for a nice talk but also respect (and need my) private time, I am respectful (also towards other peoples stuff) and I would consider myself as a quiet and relaxed person. At home I am a photographer and social worker… what else... just ask me. ☺ I am about to extend my visa, so I am looking for a new home, which shouldn't be a party place. Do you have a friendly and clean home and are you mature and ideally 30+, is the rent not more than 150 Dollars included bills and do you think I could fit in with you? Just let me know. Would be a pleasure to come around meeting you! :-) I am flexible with the moving date, but I should let my current landlord know at least 2 weeks in advance if I move. My favorite suburbs are Norwood and surrounding areas but I am also open towards other areas not too far away from city. Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks :-D
I’m friendly, very clean and tidy, financial, and lead a healthy lifestyle. I’m a non-smoker, don’t take drugs, and drink only socially. This is a long-shot, but I’m a successful male escort by trade after spending three years at law school, and I’m ideally seeking a modern, self-contained and/or private living space, with a relatively open-minded housemate if it’s a shared property. My budget is $250–$350/wk and I’m happy to pay a premium due to my somewhat unconventional career. Most of my work is at my clients’ home or hotel, but approx. 2–5 h/wk would need to be at home. I’m sometimes interstate, and often out, etc. but do also enjoy my quiet time at home.
I love to meet new people, go out and have a couple drinks, but during the week I keep it low key. I study medicine, so during the week I'm pretty busy and quiet. I currently live in the hills and am looking for a place close to the city to get to uni and work easily. I play soccer on the weekends, work in hospitality and in education, and am easy going and open minded. I've lived with people older than me before as I spent all of the last year backpacking through South, Cental and North America - please don't be deterred by my age if you're a bit older than me :) I'm clean and organised - I'm already in the habit of cleaning up my dishes I promise!
Hi, I'm Lara. I'm 26 yrs. old and I just recently moved here in Adelaide (only 2 weeks ago). I lived in Perth for two years, prior to moving here to complete my Master's degree. I am originally from Philippines, which is known for very friendly people! I am currently working full-time and looking for a place which I can rent. I like to keep things tidy (but not to OCD extent) and if I am not working I like to make the most out of my free time by being outdoors or simply just by relaxing. I am definitely hoping to hear from you soon! Lara
Hi Future Housemates, Justin here, 29, single, looking for a fun house to join. I am easygoing, social and respectful bloke who enjoys the odd drink and a good meal (I can cook, ex chef). I work as a baker so enjoy an early night as I am off early for work, this also means I come with heaps of free baked goods, all the time. I am not looking for a party house, my party days are over. I get the housemate thing, I have done it before. I will gladly share a meal and chats, but also know how to respect your privacy and can pay rent and bills on time. Let me know if you’d like to meet and chat further or have any questions. Cheers, Justin
I am a part-time teacher and SSO. I am pretty laid back, i keep my spaces clean, ive lived in a sharehouse before so i am quite familiar with household courtesy. I like to socialise, go on hikes and enjoy a casual catch up with a drink or two.. looking forward to making new friends and sharing a place with good vibes.
I am a 27 years old Osteopath. Recently moved to Adelaide I am looking for a long-term place to stay. As a little description of myself I can say I am very respectful of flatmates, of their spaces and common areas. I am quite busy with work so will stay in the house little time. I don't smoke and I am very clean! If this little description suits your requirements and you think I could be a good candidate please don't hesitate to ask more questions.
Just started a new job on Richmond Road. Looking at the possibility of cutting down my new commute by moving close by or into town. Preferably looking to live with one other person. My housemate(s) will preferably be willing to put up with (or join in) a friend or two coming around sometimes and 3-5 people coming around for a board game afternoon/night once a month or so. Other than that though I'm pretty content to hole myself in my room and read/watch TV/play video games
Hi! I'm Sarah and I'm searching for a room for my cat Mouse and I. I'm looking for a sharehouse with a friendly communal vibe - I don't want to live with people I never talk to so let's be friends. I'm also looking for housemates who are considerate and tidy. I'm very clean, love cooking, and going to the gym (Goodlife members: let's work out together). Ideally, I'd like a decent sized room with floorboards (because asthma) and plenty of light, a backyard for my cat to chill out in (supervised of course), and that's pretty much it. Vegan housemates would be a bonus. Chuck me a message if you have somewhere you think I'd like. Thanks! (:
Looking for en-suite, modern clean non-shared bathroom. I am a new Lecturer at UniSA. I will now prefer places close to the beach between Henley and West Lakes.
Professional Artist (conceptual, writing and visual) and remedial massage therapist. Healthy, non smoker, fun, friendly sharing and caring. Interested and hopefully interesting. Well traveled / lived globally. From Australia originally, settling back in. Work a lot / study part time. When home like it to be just that, a home.
I'm 25, male, very tidy, very responsible and friendly. I love pets but don't have any at the moment.I currently working with Telstra in CBD. Feel free to ask me if you have any questions. I'd love to set up a time to meet you and see the place
My name is Catherine and I am looking for a room to rent as close to Adelaide CBD as possible, available to move immediately. Originally from Russia, I am a Permanent resident in Australia since the end of 2015 and planning to become a citizen. Starting my new job at Women's and Children's Hospital, will be working rotating shifts. Have been doing nanny work before, and my background before coming to Australia is in HR -- I am planning to get back to it once I settle down here and sort out additional training and other things. I don't have a car, pets, don't smoke or drink, don't party, clean after myself, and don't have any furniture except for a queen mattress (+quilt and pillows). I am pretty quiet, like to have my privacy and don't bother others, but happy to chat, cook together or hang out in the outdoor areas. I am usually the tidiest person in the household (at least that was the case in all sharehouses I lived in), and every once in while will get in the mood to bake pies and cookies to share with everyone.
I am a journo moving to Adelaide from Sydney for work with my partner Arisha (who is a mad cook btw) and hoping to find a place handy for work and exploring a new city. As we're fresh from the horrors of Sydney we'd be really keen for someone to show us around or at least point us in the right direction. We're pretty quiet; love pets (particularly dogs), music and good food. Always keen for a chat or you know silently leaving you well alone.
I'm organised, tidy and easy to get along with. I'm new to Adelaide and am studying Civil Engineering at the University of Adelaide on North Terrace so it would be great to be close to transport links. I am from Manchester, England and enjoy playing sport, going to gigs and would love to explore South Australia and the rest of the country whilst I'm here! I like to cook so expect to be treated to some good food!
The name is Hannah, I am a country girl from port lincoln and looking to relocate to adelaide for a change of scenery. Looking to move september/October. Have a job lined up already but hunting for a second one! I get along with everyone, even spiders, im looking for a granny flat. Or a share accomodation with 1-2 people preferably only 10 min away from the city and around cowandilla area.... if you have anything relatively similar please get in contact with me. :)