1 big room will be available in a 3 bedroom house at Ngunnawal in a convenient location. The room is unfurnished, it’s a spacious room with built in wardrobe. Bills will be included in rent with super fast unlimited nbn. We also have puppy Rottweiler living with us. Must be clean and respectful. If you have any questions feel free to shoot me a txt or give me a call, thanks :)
Hello I'm will. Lived in canberra most of my life except america for a few years. I work a full time job in construction and also study at tafe on fridays, I also usually work on saturdays. I love to have fun and try new things, i do latin dance and work out for exercise. In my down time when i am home i chill out by playing games or watching movies.
Well to start off I am 17 nearly 18 year old male. Mature, clean and tidy. Busy most the time but always up for a chat. Looking for a place anywhere in canberra. Have lived in a few share houses and am currently in refuge housing. Love my gaming (record videos) and spend my free time recording music. Handy with computers or anything mechanical.
About the house, newly built house in moncrieff gungahlin. House is fully furnished and also have an outdoor area with BBQ and hot tub and fire pit area, the property backs into a nature reserve with amazing views of Canberra. We do have an outdoor dog Neo.(no indoor pets) Bills spilt evenly between housemates, unlimited internet included in rent. If this sounds like the place for you 😊 send us a message and come check out the room. Cheers
Private rooms available in a brand new house. The rooms are spacious, have privacy locking doors, and are unfurnished. I'm happy to organise furnishings for you if required. They also include closet space. Unlimited NBN is included in the rent, all other bills are split. The house has a main lounge room with couches and TV. Kitchen and attached dining/living area. There are three bedrooms available and with a shared bathroom. There is also a spacious deck out back with a BBQ for entertaining. Please note that the property is actually on Warup Street, I just can't set it as such because the street is not in the system yet.
Beautiful ensuite in all – females sharehouse Furnished master bedroom available from the 9th June 2018. Weekly rent includes the utilities. Rent is $250 per week and paid fortnightly. Bills included. 4 weeks bond ($1000) + 2 weeks' rent upfront. Brand new house has 3 bedrooms and is built to a very high standard and features include: • Modern European kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite bench tops appliances (fridge, microwave, gas cooktop, oven) • Rooms are furnished with beds and wardrobe. • NBN Unlimited WIFI included. • Reverse cycle air-conditioning in all rooms. • Laundry + washing machine. 2 mins walk to bus stop; Conveniently located with easy access to Gungahlin town centre where you can get express bus to Civic and ANU. (approx.20mins) There is not a garage space available but there is plenty of off-street parking. Female (occupied by one person per room) only; long-term student or profession al welcome, clean and responsible. Non-smoker. No pets. No couple. Text me for more details or to have an inspection.
Furnished bedroom available from the 26th March 2017. Weekly rent includes the utilities. Rent is $195 per week and paid fortnightly. Bills included. 4 weeks Bond ($780) + 2 weeks' rent upfront. Brand new house has 3 bedrooms and is built to a very high standard and features include: Modern European kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite bench tops appliances (fridge, microwave, gas cooktop, oven) Rooms are furnished with beds, wardrobe and desk. NBN Unlimited WIFI included. Reverse cycle air-conditioning in all rooms. Laundry + washing machine. Bathroom with heat lights, which are amazing during winter. 2 mins walk to bus stop; Conveniently located with easy access to Gungahlin town centre where you can get express bus to Civic and ANU. (approx.20mins) There is not a garage space available but there is plenty of off-street parking. Female; long-term student or Professional, clean and responsible. Non-smoker. No pets. No couple.
Large unfurnished bedroom with ample storage available in a mature 4 bedroom house in Bonner (roughly only 5-6 years old). Shared bathroom with 2 other housemates (1 male, 1 female). It is a split level house with a back deck and beautiful view. The house has two cats and a dog - all beautiful temperaments, and adore cuddles from anyone who will give them. Features of the house include: - Gas Cooking - Walk in Pantry - Large Open Plan Living Area - Unlimited NBN - Ducted Heating & Cooling - High Ceilings House is fully furnished with all appliances and amenities. Fairly quiet for the most part, but don't mind socializing a bit! :) Rent is $200 per week + utilities or $250 per week including utilities. Bond is $400 References preferred but not essential.
This beautiful property located on top of the hill in the nice and peaceful suburb Bonner, it is a fully furnished five-bedroom house with big living area(with wooden floor) and huge veranda. As it is on top of the hill, you can enjoy the great view of whole Gungahlin, and all the montains around. Bus stop is right at the end of street, which goes straight to the city(in the morning).Soon there will be light rail from Gungahlin to City. It take 20min to drive to the city. The neighbourhood is very quiet and everyone is friendly. If you’re looking for a peaceful, tidy and relax place to live, this house would be perfect for you.
Hi there. I'm a pretty low maintenance and highly responsible professional adult. i pay the rent on time, I clean, i respect people's space. I'm an ex-engineering drafter/designer turned Personal Trainer. I'm working full time in the hospitality industry while I study to become a personal trainer with the Australian Institute of Fitness. I'm fairly active and am not home too much.
I am great to live with because... I, as I would describe myself; am pretty chilled, friendly and easy-going. I keep to myself, yet don't mind being social. I have a full-time job in the APS and in addition to being employed I am also honest and reliable which means that there wouldn't ever be any issues with rent/bills being paid on time. I would also make a great housemate because I don't shy away from practical/hands on jobs and enjoy a little bit of DIY. I am pretty handy when it comes to assembling IKEA furniture or any other items that may require assembly for that matter ;) I have a pet that I would like to have move with me. His name is Leroy and he is a Diamond Python. He lives in a fully enclosed glass tank and would live in my room (hoping the space would allow for his tank) - you wouldn't even know he was there...
Hi, I'm Toni! I am moving back to Canberra within the next week and am looking for a place to stay. I am flexible with short-term or long-term stays, preferably a furnished room. I am currently working in hospitality and very laid back. When I am not at work, chances are you'll find me watching/playing sport, hanging out with some friends, going for bush walks or going for a swim. I am tidy, know how to pull my weight in the house, am sociable but respect the privacy of others.
I'm a single female public servant with a very friendly, toilet trained indoor cat called Yin (Yinneko). I used to be in the Army and spent most of my 12 year career living with housemates. Since leaving Defence I've been renting alone but miss living with other people and would like to take some stress off my living expenses when my lease runs out in August. I'm a very busy lady: I row competitively so I'm generally out of the house by 530am, I'm also still an Army reservist and sing in a band so I'm rarely home before 6 or 7 pm during the week and tucked into bed by 9. Weekends I like to let my hair down but am generally pretty strict with my weekday routine. I'd ideally like to live somewhere close to the north side of Lake Burley Griffin to reduce my commute each day and so I can return home to shower and change after training each morning instead of dragging half my wardrobe in to the work change rooms each week. Living closer to the city also means I can arrive home earlier and assist with cooking meals, daily chores and relax watching some TV rather than driving 30 mins in and out of the city each direction (more during peak hour), or better yet: walk or cycle to work! When I am home, I like to watch TV or listen to music, podcasts or audiobooks and crochet, cook, sew, or craft. I read avidly, write (songs/journaling) and draw; I also play acoustic guitar, piano and sing, but not all the time: I'll generally save belting my lungs out for band practice at our rehearsal space in Googong. I also like to get out of the house on weekends if the weather is nice: I'll generally go have a picnic, walk, hike, ride my bike, go swimming, take day trips to the beach, snow or local wineries or spend time with my friends. As I've been generally living solo since 2014, I have all of my own furniture including a 2 and 3 seater lounge suite, TV, Refrigerator, Washing machine, and of course my own bedroom furniture as well as a few bookcases, desk and a 6-seater outdoor setting. I am able to palm a few items off to friends and family in VIC so if there is no room, I am happy to only come with what I need. Please remember that I DO come with a furry creature. This is non-negotiable, so if you don't like cats, are allergic or have indoor pets of your own, this may not be the ideal situation. Yin is a Rescue and can get a little territorial around other dogs and cats but is 100% sold on humans. She just LOVES people. She will be the centre of attention at dinner parties and will happily chill and watch TV with you either from your lap or the back of the couch. I am not particularly fond of dogs and ack that not everyone likes cats so I don't take it personally if this turns you off :) I would prefer to get to know any prospective housemates prior to moving in together which is why I'm putting this up so early. My current lease doesn't run out until Mid August, but I'm sure you can agree it makes sense to ensure we get along and our values align. There is also an option to trial cohabitation before my current lease comes to an end if you'd like, noting that the 2Bed/1Bath house I currently live with is a little small but it would give us a good idea of whether or not we think we could live together. I have a few ex-housemates who are more than happy to discuss what it's like living with me. I've remained friends with most of them. I'm looking at 1 year leases with option to continue beyond this if circumstances remain extant.
Hey! My sister and I share a 3 bedroom house in Casey and we are looking for a new room mate. You will have your own bedroom and share a bathroom with one of us! There is unlimited internet $30 a month and foxtel $12 a month if you want to join in paying for that, however it is optional! There is also a heater and air con. It is pretty much a brand new house. Very clean and modern. Our house is next to the local shops which includes supermarkets, a pharmacy, a gym (anytime fitness) and many cafes. House rules is no parties, limited guests over as we are a nice quiet household and must be CLEAN.
The home is available for viewing by appointment. Available from May 18 - Seeking a housemate (20’s) for a private room in prestigious home in a great location with fabulous views. The perfect location to set up for study and relaxation. Shops and great walks nearby. Great bus service down the road and 8 minute drive from University of Canberra. It is 22 minutes from ANU via William Hovell Drive. This room is unique in the house with private internal and external access, modern bamboo flooring, wardrobe, light and airy. There are are five lounge/retreat areas in the house, large garden, court yard and put put golf. Room can be furnished. Utilities of $50 per week in addition to the rent - includes electricity, water, heating, air conditioner, gas, phone, and internet.
We are a young couple from Newcastle and we are moving to Canberra for work at very short notice. We urgently require short-term accommodation until we can get settled in and find our own place. We would like to move in preferably no later than the beginning of June. Our preferred length of stay is around 2-3 months but we can be flexible with this. Elliott (22 y.o.) - Public servant and Clark Kent look-alike; currently working as a research assistant and finishing the last semester of a commerce degree via distance. Michelle (27 y.o.) - Recently completed a B.A. in politics and international relations; moving to Canberra to work and study at ANU. • We are mature, respectful, and clean up after ourselves. • We're sociable and easy to get along with, but we also appreciate having our own space. • We'll be working full-time hours Monday-Friday and studying during nights/weekends, so we're looking for housemates who are quiet and considerate, especially during the evening. (We don't mind sharing with other students as long as it's not a noisy 'party house' type environment). • We're not adverse to hanging out occasionally — it would be nice to know some locals who can show us around the city and recommend things to see/do in Canberra :) • Hoping to find a room that's already furnished because we'll need time to acquire our own furniture. A queen bed would be ideal because all of our sheets, quilts etc. are queen size (and Elliott is probably too tall to sleep on anything smaller). • We'll need parking space (Elliott has a car and I plan to bring mine down from Newcastle in the near future, too). • I'll be relying on public transport for at least a few weeks, so accommodation located reasonably close to public transport is a must. • We would prefer to have our own bathroom/ensuite (if possible) but we're not in a position to be too fussy. • Decent internet/Wi-Fi and heating/cooling is essential.