I am a 36 years old engineer working in the city. I am easygoing, neat and tidy and respectful to the rest. I respect my own and other's privacy but don't mind to have a chat or share a meal from time to time. For my free time I do hiking, go to gym or read a book. Looking to be a part of great house and adding to my good memories
Hi potential flatmates, I am currently working as a disability support worker which I find very rewarding. I'm an easy going person who gets along with most people. I enjoy socialising with new and different people with interests different to my own. My interests include reading, AFL (Richmond), travel and music. I may be 59 but am very young at heart having many friends in their 20s and 30s. I look forward to meeting my new flatmates soon.
Lauren and I are originally friends from back home (North UK). I have been living in Melbourne for 1 and a half years, Lauren has now been here for 4 weeks. We are currently looking for a room (or 2) to rent out for a few months. We are respectful and tidy housemates, we like a good chat and enjoy meeting new people! I currently work Monday - Friday within the interior design industry, and Lauren is currently looking for work, see as she hasn’t been here long! We will need a car parking space (street parking can work) and preferably a place without a bond (or at least cheap) as we currently don’t have much upfront cash. (I’ve just had 4 weeks off work for holidays) We hope to find somewhere great to stay with great people, don’t hesitate to message!
Hey, I’m just looking for someone who wouldn’t pile up dishes in the sink and would keep the bathroom clean 😬 It’s all good if we can agree to keep the shared space clean and respect each other’s personal space (sometimes we just want to be left alone, right?😛) In no hurry to move in, so let’s get to know each other
Hello! I study Applied Science (Psychology) at RMIT on Swanston Street and also work there full-time. I love animals (but do not have any of my own), clean up after myself and like cooking. I’m happy to join in on house dinners too!
Hi there! I'm locky, currently studying my 2nd year in Computer Science at Swinburne University in hawthorn. I'm huge into movies, anime and shows. love music (but am picky haha) and i'm a pretty social, very easy, nice going guy.
Hey i’m Amy - i’m a young independent female who has lived out of home for the last two years. - I work in hospitality and i am studying health science at Deakin uni - sociable and will respect your privacy - like keeping things organised but i’m not anal about it - Prefer a young (<30) living environment - Prefer a clean and tidy environment and i would aim to keep it that way. - Prefer bills included as i manage my use of utilities and expenses carefully
Hi, I'm Jess. I'm 26 (almost 27). I work full time. I've lived out of home for the last 3 years. I'm pretty easy going I love to have a chat and joke around. I play netball socially during the week. As well as working full time I also go to TAFE at night. I also have a Teaching Degree (that's not being used). I love hanging out with friends and having a few drinks. But also like chilling on the couch watching a movie or telly. I listen to all kinds of music and am teaching myself to play guitar. I'm looking for a housemate that's easy to get along with, happy to have a chat or watch a movie with and hopefully become great friends. I also look for someone who is relatively clean, not a neat freak, but someone who picks up after themselves (putting dishes away etc). I also look for a housemate who is honest and respectful of myself and my things. I'm happy to share groceries and cook/eat dinners together. I'm a really animal lover so happy to share place with a beloved cat or dog (or any other miscellaneous pet)
Hi, I’m 30-year-old non-smoker. I'm a bit of a nerd, and am a fairly down to earth, reasonably quiet person. I'm looking for a private room (preferably in a house with a bath) that is big enough to fit a desk and a queen sized bed in it. I'm not really interested in living with couples or children, and I need a place that accepts pets. I don't drive, so I'd like to live somewhere within a 10 min walk of public transport. Ideally, I'd like to live somewhere along the Lilydale/Belgrave or Frankston train lines, but might be open to living in other areas. I value having my own personal space, but do like socialising with people too… I much prefer to cook and eat with others, over doing so on my own. I also prefer having in-depth conversations with people, instead of making small talk. I have lived in share houses before, and I've got a good rental history. I’m currently unemployed, but I’m receiving the DSP, so paying rent and bills won’t be an issue. I’m more than willing to Centrepay my rent, which means that it will automatically be deducted from my payment each fortnight. I will more than likely look for a part-time job once I get settled, because sitting around at home all day is nowhere near as fun as you’d think! If there’s anything else you’d like to know about me, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Hi Flatmates! I'm 20, from Hobart, and I have been living out of home since I was 17. I'm looking for a long term place to call home in the eastern Melbourne suburbs. I'm very friendly but a little quiet at first until I come out of my shell, I like to keep things clean and tidy, I love my me time and respect other peoples needs for privacy. I love going out for bevs when I can, hanging out and seeing friends, and discovering more of Melbourne. I'm definitely looking to potentially move in with people around my age group, who are quite chill like I am and are just genuine, honest, kind people. :)
I am a happy-go-lucky calm and friendly guy who easily gets along with people from all walks of life. Career wise, I am a research assistant - who will be returning to study at Melbourne University for continued professional development this year. Personally, I am a responsible, well-educated adult, organised, kind and helpful. Single, non-smoker, social drinker, meticulously clean, with no pets - always ready to help out with the cleaning and chores - living in a neat and clean environment is a must for me. On weekends, I like cooking wonderful meals, playing tennis and socialising with family and friends. I look forward to living with like-minded people who are sociable, while being respectful of other's space, privacy and independence. I like to make the place I live in into a homely and social environment - rather than just living as a border or room hermit. I look forward to hearing from potential housemates ASAP. Don't be shy: recently, I find many people see/view messages but do not reply. Cheers. Tony.
Hi, We are a married couple and looking for a studio accommodation/one bed flat/granny flat near Deakin University. I am a student and my wife works full time.
Hello, I'm looking for a room in a sharehouse in Melbourne. I'm self-employed and run a window cleaning business so the windows will be spotless! I'm an Australian born Japanese and do art in my spare time. I'm very easy to get along with and keep things tidy. I hope I can be a good addition to your place. Thanks!
I'm a Christian, who is studying at present. Like common areas in the home clean and tidy. I'm a respectful, honest, have good boundaries and a communicator. In space-time love catching up with family and friends, reading, watching movies.
Hey everyone! My name's Ashley, I'm currently looking for either a room to rent in an existing share house, or for someone that's interested in teaming up to lease a place. Move in date is flexible but I'm ideally looking to find somewhere within the next couple of months, before June. I'm 24 years old and work part-time managing a kids art school in Melbourne, and also as a freelance film and television producer. I'm generally home most weeknights but am busy and out of the house weekdays and weekends either at work, yoga, or catching up with friends. I'm a clean, easy-going and sociable person, and would love to find a roommate/s who are down for wine and a Netflix binge, but who are also understanding of personal space and downtime :) I have my own bedroom furniture, as well as a dining table and chairs, kitchen cabinet, and couch that I could potentially bring along if required, and am also happy to chip in for any additional items :) Please feel free to message with any questions!
Hello, My name is Kathleen. I work part time as a personal carer for the elderly. I will also be studying part time starting July. My hobbies include cooking, painting and going to the beach in summer. I am an open, honest and laid back person. I am friendly so I am down for a chat, but also a little bit introverted so I generally keep to myself.
Friendly, very tidy, fun loving, easy going, sociable. Professional working in the Eastern Suburbs. Enjoy red wine, great music and delicious food! Looking for a place that has a gym as part of the complex and will need a car park.
We’re a small family of 3 looking for a place to bunk in from Aug to Oct nearby Box Hill Hospital. Walking distance is preferred since we can save up on public transport budget. We’re from Malaysia and would be content with anything.
I’d like to think I’m a friendly, bubbly and an easy going person 💁🏽♀️ Have mild OCD, which means everything around me will be super clean haha. As much as I’ll be down for a good chat with my potential housemates, I do enjoy my alone time and definitely respect everyone else’s privacy 🙂 A bit about my background; I’m originally from Sri Lanka (a beautiful island)but I’ve traveled a lot, and I’ve been here in Melbourne for about three years. Just finished my degree couple of weeks ago.🤞🏽 Currently live in a share house with 7 others, and been here ever since I moved to Melbourne so I’m looking for a change; a smaller place ideally, with people who are more than just housemates. I would prefer a room with a built in wardrobe and I also have my own queen sized bed. So if you have something that seems like a good fit for my requirements please let me know! xx