Hi, I am an international student and I am working part-time. I have previously studied in a boarding school and I am extremely mature and respectful of people's boundaries. I am pretty easy-going, amiable and love animals.
Friendly, clean and Quite and like own privacy
Hey guys, my name is Erin and I am looking for a new place to call home. I’m a country girl who made the move to the city. I've been renting for 6 years now so i'm well experienced with living with others and respecting others space. I am a very clean person and I like to keep a tidy living space so I'm hoping to find others on the same page. I'm friendly and easy going, I keep to myself most of the time but I do enjoy having a cheeky wine and watching the bachie :') I'm more so interested in teaming up with people to find a house rather than an apartment but I'm open to either. If there's any like minded gals or guys out there reading this, please message me if you want to know more :)
I'm a youthful, friendly, 42 year old and have just relocated to Melbourne. Brisbane born, I have travelled to a few corners of Earth for adventure and/or working holidays. Travel is my first love - no other person can compete. ;) Writing is a close second. As a flatmate, I'm very considerate of others in the household when it comes to cleaning up after myself and noise at night. I'm equal parts social and introvert - I enjoy engaging with who I'm sharing a living space with, sharing a wine and a chat, talking about our day or life in general, but I enjoy my solo time also. I moved to this effervescent city to focus on living a more creative life, and devote more time to writing. My career to date has been within the legal industry as a property paralegal, however at the time of writing this (September), I am in the early stages of sending job applications. Happy to hear from anyone who feels I would be a good fit for their home. :)
I am from northern, rural NSW and am intending on moving to Melbourne in January for work and to start university. I am fairly tidy, fun and quite the MasterChef if I don't say so myself. I love to cosy up to Netflix (s/o to the sister for covering the bill), going out with friends and travelling. I am a self-diagnosed sleepaholic- I love a good sleep in! I would love to have you come onboard and start these renown 'glory days'
Hey! I’m Faiz, 27 y/o professional working full time in automatics production in south east of Melbourne. Looking for somewhere chilled during the week but social on the weekends but no way I am a party animal. My work hour are Mon to Fri 7am-4pm, which means I tend to be quite low key during the week but social and outgoing on the weekend and would really like to hangout with my housemates in range of activities while respecting their choice and personal space/time. I wake up pretty early for work so I will make sure not to make any noise and disturb others as I have been doing in the past. I am highly into outdoors, rd trips, hiking/camping specially in summer as I often organised for other people from around the globe. Also into sports and indoor games. Music is therapeutic for me and I am always down for a good meal, brunches, drinks or TV/Netflix with housemates. Also learning to play guitar these days. I’ve lived out of Home for more than 5 years on sharing with people from different backgrounds so I understand how to be respectful of others i'd be sharing a home with. I come with a car so off-street parking is a bonus otherwise on-street is just fine. Ideally looking to move into somewhere that’s going to be my new home and live with people that I can be great friends with. Would love to find gym & travel buddy in my housemates. **Lastly, I am flexible with move in dates by couple of weeks for the right place and people. As I am moving out of my own place, I can bring in some of the household stuff if needed that are like an year old. Stuff like fridge, iron, microwave, utensils, 55" curved Samsung TV etc otherwise i'll sell them** If I sound like a good fit then please contact me so we can have a little chat to arrange an inspection/meetup and see how it goes. Cheers!
I've recently returned to Melbourne from being overseas and need to find a new place to live. I've spent 3 years out of home so I know how to survive by myself. I love going out and being social but I also like to have some quiet time occasionally. I work full-time and I'm finishing up with my uni degree at the end of this year, so I lead a pretty busy life but I still need people to be able to relax and de-stress with. I'm clean, organised and will always pay my bills on time. I'd love to find a great bunch of people to live with so get in touch.
Moving over from Auckland NZ and new to the city. Looking for a place to stay and make friends in the process. Very bubbly and friendly, respectful of others and a working professional in the healthcare industry.
Hey there, I'm Gaynor, 26 and work full time in the city. My interests include going to the gym/walks, travel, going on new adventures, watching the mighty dees play on the weekend and drinking wine :) I keep it pretty low key during the week and on the weekends like to find something fun to do. I have previously house shared and understand what comes with it. I am respectful of privacy and also tidy and reliable. :)
Hello there! I'm Natalie. First off, I've lived in a share house before, so I know the do's and the don'ts. I will always be reliable with rent and utilities. I like to be social, but I'm not looking for a party house - I sewed those oats. I work as an integration aide. I'm looking for a work/life balance. During the week I work, in my spare time, I love a good Netflix binge, gym, catching up with friends, hunting for the best food in town and enjoying beautiful Melbourne! I'm looking for smart, professionals who lead independent lives but are also friendly. Other than that, my ideal flatmate/s are flexible and relaxed, but tidy and reliable with the bills. I don't care if you smoke, eat meat, or even have a pet, so as you can see I'm pretty easygoing. *I walk with a cane so I'm looking for something one-storey If you think that I'd make an awesome roommate or have any questions - message me :)
I am a a 1st year uni student who's clean and respectful, looking for flatmates to make living in melbourne affordable and fun!
Hi! I'm a PhD student from Singapore at Monash University. I'm easygoing and mindful of other people's needs and moods, as well as reliable with rent and bills. I love the outdoors and in particular birdwatching so I plan to spend quite a bit of time travelling around Victoria when I can. I'm looking to share an apartment with housemates who believe in keeping the living spaces clean.
We are an easy going couple and we respect the privacy of others living in the house and expect the same from them. I am a melbourne uni graduate and I am an app developer. I love to hang out and have a drink or two on weekends but I am not a party animal. I watch tv series and movies in my free time go to the gym 2 or 3 times a week.
Hi everyone, I am looking for a room preferably with my own bathroom, (it doesn't mean I am not interested in a share house with a share bathroom). I am looking around East Malvern, Caufield, Brighton, Murrumbeena, Glen Waverley, Mount Waverley. I also want to move in as soon as possible preferably by the end of September. Please inbox me. Regards, Omid
Looking for a some good folk to move in with. 2 or 3 people max. 30 years and over or mature late 20s folk. Don't mind living in flats or apartments but would prefer to be in a decent size 3 bedroom townhouse, house or Unit. Busy with work during the week (utilities pricing models and organisational transformation) and have plenty of family and friends in Melbourne - hence I may not be home most days earlier than 7.00. Weekends I have a fairly hectic social life so I'm out most of the time. My interests are the occasional visit to the gym (generally to see if anything's changed), watching sports, golf, political-satire and the ever eternal quest for a decent wine shop in the area. You'd be surprised at the some of the stuff people say to flog you a bottle !! Not interested in a party house - my London days are truly behind me. I have a place being built at the moment but unfortunately it's a little too large for my needs and will probably rent it out to a family as its school zoned pretty well. Plus I cook awesome south indian curries (That's right ... not just you're average Indian!!) and occasionally get mum to sort me out with a decent week's ration - which I'm happy to share. You'll never do Indian take-away in your life. I guarantee it. So .. If you're interested, PM me.
Hi everyone, I am a second year Monash student studying counselling and looking for a room to move as my current contract is about to expire in the mid-Jan 2019. I have experience living with others, I love to cook and don't mind to share, not a party type but won't mind a couple of drinks occasionally. I prefer clean and willing to keep the place tidy but not the OCD type. I don't mind to share a room with others but prefer girls only I am open to all the availability that is close to the station, it could be close to Caulfield station, South Yarra Station, Melbourne Central and South Bank. Please let me know if you have extra rooms or you are looking for pair up. Feel free to message me! Thanks!
We are a couple that study a master degree at Monash Uni and had a part time job. We are a tidy and respectful couple that loves the quiet space.
My daughter and I are naturelovers, I am a passionate gardener (have potted fruit trees to share) and run bush playgroups across Melbourne and work as a garden teacher at a school in St Kilda East. My 8 y O Daughter loves animals (we have very friendly rabbit and 2 Guineapigs in fully enclosed cages). We are relaxed, friendly, quiet people who are easy to get along with, clean up after ourselves and helpful around the house. We bushwalk, whittle and weave, snorkel at Ricketts Point and go to bed early so we can wake up early and see the sunrise.
I've been renting all my life (both rooms and apartments/townhouses) and know what makes a good flatmate: reliability; cleanliness; freindliness; respect for other people's preferences. I'd like to think I get a big tick on all four. Although I'm currently looking for work having just moved here from Canberra, I have a guaranteed income of $500 from another source. So, money isn't a problem. I also have a washing machine and some exercise and gardening equipment (treadmill, spin bike, lawnmower etc.) in storage that I could bring if wanted. I am considering going back to university/study next year (used to study Arts/Science at the ANU in my late twenties). I would prefer a friendly but reasonably quiet house as I do like to be able to relax where I'm living. Look forward to hearing from you. Cheers! :)
Strengths: I own a ps4, projector and French press Weaknesses: Devilishly handsome Enjoys paying bills on time Can sometimes be too respectful of people’s space and privacy Tries too hard to be funny My weaknesses aren’t really weaknesses The dog doesn’t live with me anymore