Hi. We have a convert apartment / granny flat in our house which will be available for rent in September. The apartment is the ground floor of a beautiful recently renovated house in south hobart. The granny flat has it,s own kitchen living room, bathroom and bedroom. The house is on the beautiful Strickland avenue. Next to the bus stop and close to walking tracks. Pets considered
Greetings Two rooms for rent in a South Hobart house, with a full sun aspect, on a quiet cul de sac. Bush setting, but super close to the city. Modern build (2010), well insulated and efficient to heat (heat pump). Undercover drying and chillout area, also a front deck facing paddock and bush views. Awesome new kitchen and small bathroom. The kitchen and living areas will be mostly (but minimally) furnished, the bedrooms not. Im open to acquiring more, like bookshelves or a small couch and definitely some plants!! On the bus route to the CBD and about 10 mins by bike along the Rivulet track (no traffic). 2 mins to bushwalking and mountain biking tracks Two rooms available, $165 (3.4 x 3.2m) or $175/wk (3.4 x 2.8m) both with huge built in cupboards. Housemate 1- Outdoors orientated, left leaning, green trending, well travelled and spoken (at times). Music not TV, arthouse over commercial, home cooked not fast food. Late 30s carpenter/builder, well house trained, concientious and considerate. I adore Tassie, and thrive getting out into it. I make and do, rather than lounge and 'lax Housemate 2 and 3 - that's you! 27 to 47 years old, preferably a 6-8 month stayer. Someone that is reliable, clean, respectful, and an effective communicator. Spanish speakers get bonus points. This is a no TV house, only films and docos hit the screen! If you share some of the above interests and values, write a quick bio and I'll get back to you for a chat/meet. No bio, no further:):) Regards Quinn
Furnished place in MT Nelson near UTAS and CBD (bus comes outside door straight to utas then cbd). No minimum, but max is 12 months. Share with only one other person or with two other for less rent (up to you).
Full time journalist who just landed a new role in Hobart. Would love somewhere central and close to the CBD, but willing to fit in with the right housemate! Easy going & neat guy, who enjoys a nice balance between social and solo time, and also likes to keep fit.
I've got a steady full time job. I'm happy, very neat and tidy, active, love living in the city but also love the outdoors, love to cook and enjoy a good garden. Im 20 but am very mature and driven (still good fun though) I work for a company based out in Cambridge that provides training and support to high risk work in industry such as work at heights and in confined spaces. When I'm not at work I spend lots of time rock climbing both indoors and out. Love the guitar and enjoy a good pub. I'm looking for a house close enough to the city to ride, with a half decent kitchen maybe a garden to grow some vegetables and relax in but most importantly with kind, clean, respectful and sociable housemates.
An incoming UTAS graduate student, I enjoy fun and insightful conversations and outdoor activity (sports, treks, etc). I'll selfishly boast as well that I can strike a chord with absolutely anyone. Look forward!
I'm a 19 year old full-time student at UTAS, I'm doing a Bachelor of General Studies (Arts) Pathway. I am also currently looking for work. I generally keep to myself and I'm a pretty laid back person. I spend most of my time at Uni or in my room. I would preferably like somewhere that doesn't mind visitors as I would like my boyfriend to be able to visit me once a week or so. I am a quiet person but I also enjoy conversations with others. I have basic cooking skills and I am a clean & tidy person.
Hey I study full time and work in town :-). Pretty easy going. Down for vino nights and chilling out Graduating in Dec, so not sure where I'll end up next year in terms of states.... chuck us a message if keen for a team up or for me to join your lil family
A enormous room in a bright and airy top floor apartment. Perfect for a student, young professional, or a couple! Fifteeen minutes walk from the Sandy Bay campus, thirty minutes walk from the CBD. Off street parking. 130 for a single person and 170 for a couple. A warm and modern space with a chilled out vibe.
It is very close to university and it has good access to all amenities. Very independent space , non demanding. Open living areas and private bedroom spaces. Large generous garden with established trees and plants. It is an older house so has some quirks which I will attempt to have sorted as soon as possible. As I have only just moved myself I have some refinement still to do. If you can handle the transition then this generous space will work well for you.
All home appliance is brand new (Fridge, washing machine, microwave, and so on 0 New comfortable mattress 1 min bus station to city 20min walk to utas only share electricity bill if short term stay the rent will be more than 150/ week you can use all the kitchen things ( pan, kitchen appliance, sugar, salt, rice, soy sauce and so on ) you can use all the bathroom things( shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, washing liquid) prefer utas student! no pet, no smoking thank you!
A Singaporean student enrolling in the University of Tasmania, easygoing and friendly, prefers a nice and quiet environment that is conducive for studying. Fun and sociable, I love to meet new friends and companions.
A modern three bedroom home with a shared bathroom. Living and kitchen area is open plan, with an excessive amount of kitchen cupboards. Small amount of storage underneath the shed. Visitor parking available. Unlimited internet and a small backyard. Room available has no furnishings but a built in wardrobe. Internet included in rent. Power not included.
Moving from Victoria to study.I am friendly and respectful, fairly quiet but also social. I have a great sense of humor. I am able too cook and clean. i will have a stable job once i move as i can get a transfer from my current job. I will be studying physics and geology. I love to explore national parks or forests in my free time. I have a car and am on my P1 license but will almost be up to P2 by the time i move. Also planning on buying a new bicycle so a room within cycling distance of UTas would be ideal. Thanks in advance!
Hi all, I'm Kenny Nguyen, I'm from Melbourne and a graduated student in Accounting. I moved to Tasmania to study professional year to support my degree which help me to find a accounting job for further career.