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Kipping Rise, South Morang, Melbourne

Free to messagePrivate room with ensuite
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About the property

Our house has plenty of social space and areas where you can chill-out.

We are central to all community facilities particularly with the train now going through to Mernda.

We are still doing some minor Renovations, but won't interfere with living conditions.

You will have your Own Fridge, TV, In-House Movie Network, NBN 100/40 Unlimited Internet and access to the general kitchen and living areas. There is also driveway parking if you have a car.

This listing is priced for a single person, including ALL bills.

All other household members are COVID-19 free. Applicant must be healthy and financially stable during this current economic situation.

Property accepting of

40+ years

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Room overview

$250 weekly rent$500 bond
Bills included in rent
Private room
Ensuite bathroom
1 – 12 months stayAvailable now
Anyone except couples
Off-street parking

About the flatmates

My wife (Renée) and I live in a large 4 bedroom house (All with En-Suites and Walk-In-Robes), along with Renée's Parents.

We live in the front Rooms of the house and this Room on offer is at the side of the house and also has its own entries. Both Internal and External.

You must love Dogs as we have a Maltese-Shiatsu Dog (Lucy). Renée and I work Full-Time and Mum and Dad are Retired, but have a busier social life than us.

We are all easy going and like to relax at night, either watching TV shows and movies or chilling out in our own bedroom areas.

We also have another flatmate who rents our 4th bedroom, and he is very chilled, works full-time and has settled in to the house very well since Aug 2019.

Even though 6 people living in one house appears a lot, but actually we rarely are all together at the same time, and there is plenty of room to move.