I am quite sociable and easy to get along with, also love my sports and am currently doing undergraduate studies (International Relations) at ANU. Ideally (but not a priority) somewhere near ANU or in the Civic area would be awesome!
I'm employed full-time. I'm relaxed and easy going with a good sense of humour. I'm happy to socialise but also pretty good at knowing when to give people some quiet and space. I'm neat and always happy to help out with household chores/maintenance.
I am looking for a place closer to work (ABS, Belconnen). I am a pretty relaxed house mate who enjoys board games and good food (did someone say cheese...) I am looking for self sufficient friendly housemates who might like to share an occasional dinner/ drink/ movie. I would be looking to move around mid June. If this sounds like it would suit let me know. Cheers, Jethro
Looking to join an existing share place - or start a new one! About me : Fully employed, financially independent. Well travelled & a bunch of life experience. I'm an experienced house-sharer, considerate of others, clean, respectful, social / independent. Creative and inquisitive soul... If i'm not at home pondering the origins of the universe, i'm travelling, at work, going on hikes, photography, nature, reading, seeing live music, catching up with friends, music festivals, or wherever the day takes me. Home Life : I enjoy social time when living with others but also value my own space. I like to keep things fairly clean, but i'm not a clean freak. Iideally : i'd be sharing with some awesome, creative type people, who enjoy a meal / get together, but who also respect each others space. The usual really. If you think we'd be a good fit get in touch! Anthony.
Just back from overseas travel and ready to find a place to live now I have 'found myself'. (Not actually a hippy cliche but do have an extensive collection of indoor plants) Journalism student working in student admin. Experienced share-houser looking for somewhere relaxed and friendly but also generally tidy (like the trash actually gets taken out) Happy to live with anyone up to mid 30s, only serious requirement is that I can get at the TV when the Swans are playing. Also considering short term rentals while I search for a comfy home.
I'm relaxed, easy going and get along with almost everyone. I'm employed full time and run my own business. I keep to myself for the most part but am always happy to chat and laugh - most of what I say is a joke. When I am not working I'm usually out with friends and keeping fit. I keep things clean and tidy and always clean up after myself. I've lived in a few places, in small groups with different gender splits and have always happily adjusted. Feel free to get into contact!
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...
We are both very clean, tidy, quiet and mature people (we are a young married couple) who have rented multiple properties on our own in NSW, but wanting to relocate interstate. We will not be home all too often except for late afternoon/night time as we will be working and applying for a house/apartment of our own during our stay. We’re easy going and respectful, we enjoy down time and are more than happy to help around the house (generally won’t have to ask us to do anything as we take initiative) and treat it as if it were our very own.
Hi My name is Esther, I’m moving to Canberra on the 25th of June . I’m looking for accomodation in a share house , I’m also happy to team up with one other person to find a new home. I’ll be studying full time at UC and I’ll be working part time. I spend a lot of time between work school and church. I’m very introverted and like to spend lots of time to myself but I don’t the occasional meal, chat or just being social. I like a clean and tidy house but I’m not very neurotic about it. Looking for an easy going and laid back (female housemate)
I am a student in Canberra uni starting in July, 2018. I am looking for a affordable room to live in, I am single, no pets, no drinking or smoking and very quiet. I cook by myself and I would be happy to share my cooking to housemate There must be laundry machine, microwave and fridge, prefer AC . it is better if there's garage for parking for I am considering to buy a car later.
A little about me. I am a 34 year old gay man who has just relocated to Canberra from Brisbane with a job promotion. I am a full time employed public servant (working for the same department for 8 years). I tend to be quite quiet and keep to myself. I am looking for accommodation that is close to my office in Belconnen.
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.
I'm a Yoga teacher, dancer, photographer, nature-lover. I'm very tidy, thoughtful and responsible. I am independent with a full life, but I also enjoy the buzz and colour of communal living with good-hearted and gentle people. I like to live in places with beautiful light and near to nature.