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Newcomb, Geelong

Early Bird2 rooms for rent
Contact Thomas

About the property

It's a spacious and fully furnished 4 bedroom house in the newer part of Newcomb; close to Geelong City Centre (about 3km).

Located not far from DEAKIN University (Waterfront Campus) this is an ideal opportunity for Students seeking their own quiet space for studying, living & relaxing (Eastern Park in walking distance and Eastern Beach 5-10 min drive).

Shops, Banks, Gym and Fast Food places close by (3-5 min by car; 20-30 min walking). And literally around the corner we have a brand new APCO Petrol Station with an IGA Express open 24/7 which you can get to in a minute.

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To inspect this room, send a message introducing yourself and ask to see their inspection times.

Room 2 overview

Details

$185 weekly rent$740 bond
Bills not included in rent
Private room
Shared bathroom
3 – 12 months stayAvailable now
Anyone except couples
Furnished
Off-street parking

Features

Single bed
Bed side table
Drawers
Wardrobe
Door lock
Chair
Lamp
Desk

Room 3 overview

Details

$185 weekly rent$740 bond
Bills not included in rent
Private room
Shared bathroom
3 – 12 months stayAvailable now
Anyone except couples
Furnished
Off-street parking

Features

Single bed
Bed side table
Drawers
Wardrobe
Door lock
Chair
Lamp
Desk

About the flatmates

I'm Thomas, a German who moved to Australia in 2010. Since my kids left home, I rent out the rooms to Backpackers, Students or any other Australians who like to share a flat.
Because I work and live in Melbourne 6-7 days a week, I won't be around often. I'm looking after necessary things like mowing the lawn and will be around for maintenance.

My house is a large and light filled 5 bed room house.
I have my own area with bedroom, bathroom and additionally a little office.

The housemates are staying between 3 and 6 months on average, but some are staying longer.
Overall I have always a nice mix of Nationalities; recently German, French and Aussies of course. This nice mix changes from time to time according to people moving in and out.

One of our main requirement is to keep the house clean by following common sense rules; personal hygiene is basically the most important thing when strangers are going to live under one roof.
Some more basics:
* no alcohol, no parties
* no smoking, no drugs
* no pets; but gold fish excepted ;-)

So far I am happy how everything turned out and I am looking forward to hear new housemates knocking at our door.

If you are interested to find out more or to arrange an inspection, please send me a message

Regards; Thomas

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