I'm respectful, considerate, trustworthy, reliable, helpful, clean and tidy and not a party person. Recently relocated to victoria from Qld with my dog because i love Melbourne and the cold. I am looking for a fully fenced property with enough yard space in a dog loving home. I love nature and am often out taking my dog for a walk exploring the region.
Professional full time (software developer) working in CBD. Seeking a clean quiet room (happy to consider furnished and unfurnished) somewhere near Upper Ferntree Gully. Expect I will be 3-6 months, but may be longer, especially if the houseshare works out well. Have a small child living elsewhere, so housemates need to be OK with a well behaved child over time to time. I would like a secure garage place to park my car (expecting to pay extra for a room as a result), with the property within 10-15 mins walk to a train station, as I work in the CBD. I'm easy to get along with, will always pay my rent on time, and respect others space. I'm both happy to consider an existing property, as well as team up with other people to rent another property.
Looking for a clean and tidy place in the hills with relaxed and mature housemates. Study Chinese Medicine full time in melbourne. Love gardening, cooking, making all sorts of things from scratch, surfing, all things nature and natural. Place to grow vegetables and chickens are preferable. Hoping to find a place to move in around 20th July Cheers
Thank you for looking at my listing! About me - I'm 18 years old, single and a student! I own a 5 month old puppy, very cute! Not really the "party" type, would rather spend my Saturday doing photography or playing video games. I love music, mostly all genres! I go to gigs a lot, hoping by the end of the year I get somewhere with music myself. I can sing and can play both piano and bass. Also wanting to learn drums. What it'll be like to live with me - I'm somewhat introverted, I more or less will keep to myself in my room. I'm respectful, tidy, quiet and honest. I'm a bit of a perfectionist, I don't deal well living in mess. I'm respectful about volumes as well (whether it's talking or listening to music, even playing games). I don't touch what's not mine either, I will respect you as much as I hope you'd respect me. I can pay a couple months rent in advance if needed. Even with proof that I have the money in case you are somehow suspicious. I just need to hopefully find a place by Wednesday.
Hi future housemates! I'm looking for a new house to lay my hat and call home. I'm easy going, keep to myself mostly but enjoy friendly banter and making new friends. I love music and enjoy volunteering at FREEZA events regularly. I'm a clean, courteous and reliable individual who likes keeping housemates happy with great meals and a good discussions. Happy to pay the first months rent in advance and contribute any needed household items (eg: fridge, washing machine or microwave). Looking forward to hearing from you! -Dylan
Hi there, i keep to my self, quiet but out going and try to regularly get away, my interests are spent towards starting a new small business, reading, fishing and traveling. The reason i am looking is due to my relationship ending and starting a new chapter in my life
I am a fulltime working single Mum who is very easy going and well organised and love cooking. My daughter and I have lived in a rental unit on our own but have the need now to live in a house and found it just a bit difficult to do this on my own.
Flatmate bio I'm Kaleb and i'm looking for a great housemate to live with from the end of the year. This is a really detailed bio you’ll appreciate it is necessary to find the right person to rent with and this gives you the complete run down on what i'm looking for, as well as everything you need to know to make an informed decision about wanting to live with me. I’m moving back to Melbourne after over ten years away and seven years working professionally abroad. Heading back down in December and looking to rent something from mid month and be settled in time for xmas and new year. Planning ahead I know, but you tend to do that once you hit thirty, which is another notch on my belt this year. I’ve grown up in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne and after spending virtually all of my adult life away, I’m keen to settle back there for at least my first year back and be close to family and just live simply for a while. I’ve spent my first year back in Aus living out bush in central Queensland and have come to appreciate the basic and simple pleasures that come with taking a breath of fresh air, away from the complexities of metropolis. I’m therefore inclined to live out Upper Ferntree Gully way, I’ve even found a few nice looking houses around Upwey. There’s two schools of thought here, either a nice house with a decent yard and outdoor bbq area etc in that area of suburbia, or something that extra 5-10 minutes out that’s surrounded in greenery on something resembling an acreage etc. Its a decision based around whats going to be avail at the time I’d imagine, together with the housemate that I move in with. Budget wise, I’m comfortable with something in the realms of around $400 a week plus bills, which split in two will work out to no more than around $250 a week each. This seems like a sensible figure to work with, given that properties in the area for that amount of weekly rent are more than comfortable and plenty spacious with a third bedroom that can be used as a guest room. Foxtel and internet come into the equation and I anticipate sharing all costs to that effect. About me, I’ve built my career for the past ten years and currently continue to work in business and legal strategy. I’m also starting back at Uni to finish and advance my law degree. I spend a lot of time on my Mac therefore, and enjoy working and studying with either Pandora (currently playlisting a Halsey, Vera Blue, Banks mix) or TripleJ on in the background (and/or on my headphones). Not one for living in silence, albeit not that much of rage head either. Ok, apart from the occasional stint of something dance or rock every now and then. Life's about balance after all and you do need to rage sometimes aye. To whatever constraints exist with neighbours etc, obviously. No objections on my end to a music festival or Saturday night out at a bar, or even a cheeky midweek pub meal with some live music that’s for sure. I love the live Aussie and underground music scene. I work out during the week, and will get some gym equipment sorted for the garage, just because its easier and more enjoyable to do it on your own terms. Plus the whole hype at the gym shits me enough to not be bothered to spend too much time in one. Eat healthy (a lot of fresh produce and clean proteins), drink honestly next to nothing, although always have a few beers, a bottle of champers and some decent wine in the fridge just for when that mood strikes once in a blue moon or family/friends come around for dinner. Generally keep the pantry free of crap, as I’m not that interested in eating any of it and it just gets snacked on when lying around unnecessarily. I've always had a jar of gummie bears in the kitchen though - great post workout snack! I do however smoke, which is completely at odds with the above I know. But need to have the odd vice here an there I guess; and I enjoy a coffee with my smoke in the mornings - outside of course. Don’t do smoking indoors. And yeah on that note, I love to drink good coffee. All in all, I’m a friendly, outgoing and personable guy. I’m well travelled and pretty laid back, but I do enjoy my privacy to a certain extent and am not interested in having a “high traffic” household to live in. I’ve grown up a hell of a lot in recent years and have come to appreciate that having a few close friends around far outweighs randoms coming in and out like a revolving door. Like I said, it’s all about balance. Looking for someone around my age, guy or girl doesn’t phase me too much, that’s not too dissimilar in values and current life phase/situation and can relate to my style of living in a general sense. Not interested in someone too much younger as a housemate, unless you’re seriously on the ball. I’ve raised a younger brother and have lived with various mates over the years, younger than me and I honestly can’t be bothered with the baggage that’s attached to it. Pretty much not interested in kids or pets or any of that. Unless you make a solid case on the pet front (i've had two dogs and a cat for the past 14 years and kind of happy takin time out from it), kids I don’t do at all. So I guess this can be summarised as being basically a mutual expectation of an easy going and problem free approach to daily life and a level and mature head on your shoulders, as you can obviously expect from me. I enjoy living in a clean house, and don’t do mess. Ideally the right housemate will be alright with creating the right synergies in everything ranging from mutual grocery shops to a certain extent, some meals, occasional nights in/tv/movies or whatever together. Just all the kind of basics that makes for a cohesive dynamic in living together. Ok, so I’ve written more than enough (it’s what I do professionally so it’s more a matter of someone actually bothering to read down to this point). If you have managed to get this far, you’re probably someone I’d consider living with. I would imagine signing a 6-12 month lease to begin, jointly in both our names. That therefore means it’s going to be necessary to spend some time between now and Dec getting to know each other and making sure we’re on the same page so as to be able to put up a united front for the real estate agent etc. Not interested in getting into anything that’s got the potential to result in a break lease. Suffice to say, I don’t intend to be out of pocket should this occur, and is a mutual courtesy we should both expect. As the right person will appreciate, some simple stability in life is all you need at times. I’m currently in that place and just want all things to be pretty straightforward. The right person will have their finances in order and have no issue paying bond, rent at least a month in advance, etc. (That's all part of the stability and having life reasonably sorted kind of thing i've been talking about). Not sure whether to expect any genuine responses to my laundry list (I reckon that the devil is in the detail as with anything in life though..) But if you’re on the same page and this makes enough sense to you to peak your interest, drop me a line or two and lets chat.
Mature, independent, honest, reliable, responsible, I have good boundaries, am social but also like my own space too. Friendly, with good communication skills, I am seeking a harmonious space filled with good vibes.
Hey all, I'm Gus, a 31yo Landscape Gardener working full time in the Dandenong Ranges. My work hours are 7.30-4, week days. I enjoy socialising, music, sport, watching a good documentary, music gigs, photography reading a book or getting outdoors for a hike/camping. I'm looking for somewhere from Boxhill to Belgrave that isn't too far from a train line. Hopefully closer to Belgrave. I look forward to hearing from you for a chat and see if we would be a good fit.
I am professional mature male looking for single accommodation for 6 months preferably a granny flat until my family joins me from WA. I'm a caring honest individual I love animals, I'm reasonably tidy I clean up after myself. I like gardening and class myself as a jack of all trades. I like sport and catching up with friends for an occasional BBQ.
Im looking for long term stable place to stay. I work full-time in a warehouse in Mt Waverley and have a car so im looking for something in east, south east suburbs. I have a small fluffy (hyper allergenic ) well trained and social little Maltese dog. He keeps me busy we spend all our time together. I also am away every month on weekends with family in Gippsland & dog comes with me. Prefer a mature type of home. I love watching movies, a good book, eating out and coffee.
I am very easy going person, I am very clean and organised and would only be interested in sharing with someone who is also very clean and tidy, as I take pride in my surroundings. I can be a private person but also love to communicate and have a chat. I also have a little chihuahua that is fully house trained and very friendly and gets on well with other dogs except for the big ones. If I would be sharing I would only want it to be with one other person and someone who is 40+. I love nature, animals, mediation, and travelling.
Zee rent includes all bills, basic foxtel and good old nettyflix and the real basic house stuff no one wants to buy (toilet paper, garabage bags, dishwashing liquid, ect.) The house is abit old and weathered but beautiful and very homey none the less. We have ducted heating, but no air con. Everything is set up in the house, youd just need to fill you're room, and welcome to add to the shared areas if you please. Huge yard space and plenty of room to get out of each others hair. Two lounge rooms, one of which is available to make your own. The house is also only a few minutes walk to the train station and main street.
1 Room available NOW in a shared house in Upwey 3158 I am looking for housemate(s) to make this place a cosy, convenient and comfy home. 1. Housemates that I'm looking for: **** I'm looking for clean, tidy & considerate housemates. This house including the whole land boundary is a smoking, drug and alcohol free area (occasionally drinking is fine/allowed). No outdoor shoes are allowed inside the house. Indoor slippers are allowed and available. **** Sorry! No pets allowed. Address: Griffiths Rd/Morris Rd, Upwey VIC 3158 2. Genders of housemates: All (straight, gay, bi, lesbian, transgender, or indecisive) are welcome. 3. Location: The house is located around 1 km walking distance to Upwey Train Station (Belgrave Line for famous Puffing Billy) and Bus 693 passing Monash University Clayton Campus. Bus 699 is located just around 105 meters away from the house. Upwey South Primary School is just 200 meters walking distance away. 2.6 Km driving distance to Angliss Hospital. Less than 12 Km driving distance to Swinburne Wantirna Campus. The house and driveway are nearly flat land in very leafy and green Yarra Ranges/the Dandenongs with enough sun and fresh air. 4. Fully furnished house and bedrooms: The house has gas ducted heating in every bedroom, a shared kitchen equipped with appliances and cooking utensils, a freestanding gas cooking stove, grill & oven, a microwave oven, a top load washing machine + iron, one shared bathroom, one shared toilet. Regularly well maintain garden, front and back yards so there's no need to worry about it just enjoy. There are 1 bedrooms available in a 3-bedroom house at the moment. Each bedroom comes with furniture, i.e. waterproof-covered queen bed, a wardrobe, a desk + lamp + chair, a tallboy, a TV + set top box, a power board, an extension lead and etc. Each room is suitable for maximum 2 people stay. Clean, washed linen sets are provided but you have to do your own laundry. Two big fridges (over 1,000 Litres combined): So sufficient fridge space for everyone Fully Furnished - just bring your bags! There is a small carport and plenty of parking available in front of the property. 5. Pricing: For minimum 4 weeks stay, $185 per week for single or $270 per week for a couple per room The security bond is required before moving-in and it is equal to 4-weeks rent. The rent is pre-paid for 4 weeks in advance. Only a current passport or Australian driver's licence is accepted as a proof of your identity; and I require your consent to take photo of your id. You are required to let me know at least 4 weeks before you are moving out. All of the bond money less minimum of $50 for cleaning should be returned to you unless you owe the money for rent, damage, and/or other costs you are responsible for. ---------------------- 6. You will share a house with: I) one Thai female, Nora who have no restrictions to any diets and occasionally drinking. I'm friendly, easy-going, considerate and pet friendly, but do not allow pet inside the house. You are more than welcome to contact me to book a time for the inspection and tell me a bit of yourself. Thank you for your precious time in reading my ad. (Searching keywords: Upper Ferntree Gully Tecoma Belgrave Lysterfield Dandenong Ranges the Dandenongs Yarra Ranges Eastern Suburb of Melbourne)
Bills are included in this large house, a cleaner for the common areas and lawn mowing are also taken care of in the weekly rent a well as unlimited internet. This bedroom overlooks large back yard and decking , it is located downstairs where there is a second shared kitchenette, living room, laundry,toilet and your own shower. Applicant must be clean, preferably male, respectful and working full time. Absolutely no drugs. Smoking outdoors only. Sorry no pets. Not a party house, just a relaxed place, walking distance to both Upwey and upper gully station, William Angliss hospital, Maxis shops and hotel. Close To 1000 Steps, Puffing Billy and Trees Adventure.
This is an awesome opportunity for someone seeking share accomodation in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges. 2 minutes from Sassafras, 7 minutes from Ferntree Gully and just 40 minutes from the city! Close to public transport in a beautiful area, this is an absolute gem of a place. The house is massive! You'll get TWO rooms and you can set them up however you choose. One as a bedroom, one as a study, or one as a reading room or guest room, etc. There are in built wardrobes and you'll share the bathroom and toilet.
Looking for a shared house in the hills? We are looking for a new house mate, in Belgrave South. You will have two spacious rooms: a bedroom (which has a walk in wardrobe and polished floor boards) and your own study. The rest of the house includes 2 living rooms (one has a home cinema), a large kitchen, 2 bathrooms, and a big backyard. You can park your car under cover. The house has amazing views of the Dandenong ranges, with a nice balcony that makes you feel you’re living in the top of the trees. The house is nice and quiet (at the end of a dead end road), with kookaburras and cockatoos in the garden. We are located at the bottom of the Dandenong ranges, perfect for nice walks, and 10 minutes from Lysterfield Lake to go for a swim in summer. It’s only a 5 minute walk to Belgrave South shops, and a 5 minute drive to Belgrave train station. A bit about myself: I'm Laetitia, 30 year-old. I am a park ranger and a CFA volunteer. I love the outdoor, hiking, camping, 4wdrinving, kitesurfing; and I also do aikido. Love to share a dinner, a drink or play board games with my flatmates, but also like doing my own stuff... My second flatmate is also moving out, so I am looking for 2 flatmates. So if you want to live in the hills, are clean and tidy, come and meet me and see the place! Rent is $148 per week ($641.34 per month) + bills; bond is $620
Spanish scientist working in Scoresby. I'd like to find a place near Glen waverley station or Oakleigh station. Also on the way route bus 693 (including Belgrave to Scoresby) and 753 . I'm very clean and tidy so I'm looking for a clean place with clean and nice people. I'm very sociable, love cooking, swimming, and dancing hip hop, and making short films. Please contact me if you think I can fit in your place. See you!
I am a student looking to rent a place away from home, from July 17th to late Nov/early Dec. I live in the northern suburbia with my family, and currently undertaking placements as part of my degree, which requires moving away from home. I am pretty relaxed and very considerate of those around me. I act and speak with respect, however I am also very friendly and like to be around good and happy people. I am a very organised and tidy person. I respect privacy and understand that each of us may need some time to ourselves. I am looking for a place close to public transport as I do not drive yet, most ideally furnished. :)
Hey All! I am a 21 year old qualified student of illustration and photography. I am generally a neat person but I keep my mess in the bedroom and will do my dishes when I get home from work. I do own a 7 month year old cat (Caleb) that is very affectionate and loving so he is a family friendly pet. My personally; I am bit of a tomboy and I am up for long chats and banter with people around me. I was brought up with respect for others and for the household you live in, I have a history of renting, and am looking to move out independatly, I also currently work in retail at Knox City.