Situated in the outskirts of Canberra, out past Hall...its country living (with no noisy neighbours) but still within arms reach to the city amenities. The city is only a 22km drive on the Barton! I get to and from work quicker than the girls that live out Gunghalin way! Old but modern double brick, 2 story, 2 bedroom country house set with wood fire heater and some crazy cats and dogs to keep you laughing. House is fully furnished, brand new living furniture and your bedroom can be furnished or not, up to you! Big spaced room with built in wardrobe. Share bathroom situation but I usually leave early in the weekdays and shower at the gym before work. Internet is included in the rent, but gas/electricity will be additional. There are plenty of animals on the property and horse agistment is even available to you, at an additional cost if thats your thing. You'll never get sick of the view or the quiet!
The home is available for viewing by appointment. Seeking housemate/s for a large room/separate apartment (separate entrances, bathroom, air-conditioning, bar) in prestigious home in a great location with fabulous views. The perfect location to set up for study and relaxation. Shops and great walks nearby. Great bus service down the road and 8 minute drive from University of Canberra. It is 22 minutes from ANU via William Hovell Drive. There are a couple of lounge/retreat areas in the house, large garden, court yard and put put golf. $50 per week for utilities including electricity, water, gas and internet. Room can be furnished.
The home is available for viewing by appointment. Available from May 18 - Seeking a housemate (20’s) for a private room in prestigious home in a great location with fabulous views. The perfect location to set up for study and relaxation. Shops and great walks nearby. Great bus service down the road and 8 minute drive from University of Canberra. It is 22 minutes from ANU via William Hovell Drive. This room is unique in the house with private internal and external access, modern bamboo flooring, wardrobe, light and airy. There are are five lounge/retreat areas in the house, large garden, court yard and put put golf. Room can be furnished. Utilities of $50 per week in addition to the rent - includes electricity, water, heating, air conditioner, gas, phone, and internet.
2 separate living areas (double garage been converted into lounge room) with large back yard and deck with 6 burner BBQ. Will have minimal storage space available in addition to the room. Price per week does not include furnishings. At this stage all we have is a bed, but can supply other furniture if required. You'll have your own separate fridge and pantry supplied. Gas heating throughout the whole house with air conditioning in the front living room. Main lounge will have air conditioning installed very soon, currently have portable AC in there. Great lounge room area with big Sony 75 inch TV and Dali 7 sound system, awesome for hooking up laptop and gaming or just having a movie night. Pet friendly home, we already have 2 small dogs and 3 cats. Other dogs will be considered, but nothing too large. Free unlimited WiFi included in cost of rent. NBN now available First room ($200pw) has built in double wardrobe and enough space for queen bed and bedside tables or smaller bed with tall boy. Prices are for long stay, short stay charges are happily negotiated. Move in date is from the weekend of the 26th May.
Hi, I'm a friendly, considerate and clean single-mum with a school aged child, and a ginger tabby cat. We are looking for temporary/ short-term accommodation (for about 6 months, maybe longer) in the northern suburbs. We are used to house-sharing. I have run my home as a share house for the last 8 years. We've welcomed students, professionals, and homestay students. Now we're relocating to Canberra and are looking to find a "team-up" to rent a whole property, or space in an existing tenancy (that would accept a cat). We'd also consider a granny flat or small property. I have furniture, but can put it in storage if the property is already furnished. Looking to move in September OR December.
One large unfurnished bedroom to rent in a large 4 bedroom share house located in a quiet Dunlop Street. The room has a large built-in wardrobe, shared bathroom with 2 others, rent is $120 per week with quarterly electricity, gas and internet (unlimited) bills split evenly 4 ways. It's less than 5 minutes from local shops (both Dunlop & Charnwood Woolies), 10 minute drive from Belconnen town centre and 20 minutes to the City. Bond is 4 weeks rent, and you must be clean as we like to keep a tidy house.
The house is large and beautiful with polished timber floors throughout and great views. We r 7km fm Belconnen, 9 to UC and 18km to ANU. We have airconditioning plus a bbq and storage 4 bikes. Room has everything u could need including bedding.
Close proximity to shops and transport. Large garden with fireplace. Gas heating. Bath tub & shower. No dishwasher but garden view from sink. Separate dining and lounge. Double garage. Friendly neighbours. In a complex. Adjacent to Anytime Fitness. LGBT friendly. Darwinians welcome.
Relatively new house, built in 2014. Corner block, one extremely quiet neighbour, and a view of the mountains some would pay to see. 5 Minutes from Kippax. Closest bus stop 2 min walk. Short Term only. All amenities included and available for use. $220 a week excluding internet - NBN unlimited downloading. Plenty of storage, decent size backyard, enough to run around and play with a big dog or have a sunbake.
WHO: I'm a full-time worker who is clean and reliable but also very quiet. I do tend to keep to myself but I am happy for a chat now and then. I’m vegan, non-drinking and non-smoking (but don’t mind if you’re not), and I am queer-friendly and pet-friendly. My current housemate/landlord can provide a reference if desired. I have lots of sharehouse experience and references are available. WHAT: I’m looking for a tidy place that I can come home to after work and on weekends knowing I can relax in peace and quiet (no ad hoc parties!). I have my own furniture and am hoping to fit a single bed, chest of drawers, bookcase and desk in my room. I also have a small amount of my own cookware for the kitchen, if it can be accommodated. Ideal housemates will be tidy, responsible, and considerate of others. I don’t mind if you drink/smoke/eat meat as long as there’s no smoking indoors or disruptive drunkenness. WHERE: Anywhere in the ACT, so don’t be put off if your suburb isn’t in my preferred list. WHEN: I need to move by June 30 at latest; if moving sooner than that I need to give 2 weeks notice at my current address. HOW: If you would like to meet me and show me your place, please send me a message (with any extra helpful info that is not in your listing), and we'll go from there.
HI, me and sister are looking for a room to share this May. We are from the Philippines who have lived in Melbourne for 2 years.
I'm currently a 23 year old student, will be finishing my degree in May. As a flatmate, I am tidy, reliable considerate and sociable. Always up for a chat or TV show binge session/ movie night but I do respect people's personal space.
I'm a single female public servant with a very friendly, toilet trained indoor cat called Yin (Yinneko). I used to be in the Army and spent most of my 12 year career living with housemates. Since leaving Defence I've been renting alone but miss living with other people and would like to take some stress off my living expenses when my lease runs out in August. I'm a very busy lady: I row competitively so I'm generally out of the house by 530am, I'm also still an Army reservist and sing in a band so I'm rarely home before 6 or 7 pm during the week and tucked into bed by 9. Weekends I like to let my hair down but am generally pretty strict with my weekday routine. I'd ideally like to live somewhere close to the north side of Lake Burley Griffin to reduce my commute each day and so I can return home to shower and change after training each morning instead of dragging half my wardrobe in to the work change rooms each week. Living closer to the city also means I can arrive home earlier and assist with cooking meals, daily chores and relax watching some TV rather than driving 30 mins in and out of the city each direction (more during peak hour), or better yet: walk or cycle to work! When I am home, I like to watch TV or listen to music, podcasts or audiobooks and crochet, cook, sew, or craft. I read avidly, write (songs/journaling) and draw; I also play acoustic guitar, piano and sing, but not all the time: I'll generally save belting my lungs out for band practice at our rehearsal space in Googong. I also like to get out of the house on weekends if the weather is nice: I'll generally go have a picnic, walk, hike, ride my bike, go swimming, take day trips to the beach, snow or local wineries or spend time with my friends. As I've been generally living solo since 2014, I have all of my own furniture including a 2 and 3 seater lounge suite, TV, Refrigerator, Washing machine, and of course my own bedroom furniture as well as a few bookcases, desk and a 6-seater outdoor setting. I am able to palm a few items off to friends and family in VIC so if there is no room, I am happy to only come with what I need. Please remember that I DO come with a furry creature. This is non-negotiable, so if you don't like cats, are allergic or have indoor pets of your own, this may not be the ideal situation. Yin is a Rescue and can get a little territorial around other dogs and cats but is 100% sold on humans. She just LOVES people. She will be the centre of attention at dinner parties and will happily chill and watch TV with you either from your lap or the back of the couch. I am not particularly fond of dogs and ack that not everyone likes cats so I don't take it personally if this turns you off :) I would prefer to get to know any prospective housemates prior to moving in together which is why I'm putting this up so early. My current lease doesn't run out until Mid August, but I'm sure you can agree it makes sense to ensure we get along and our values align. There is also an option to trial cohabitation before my current lease comes to an end if you'd like, noting that the 2Bed/1Bath house I currently live with is a little small but it would give us a good idea of whether or not we think we could live together. I have a few ex-housemates who are more than happy to discuss what it's like living with me. I've remained friends with most of them. I'm looking at 1 year leases with option to continue beyond this if circumstances remain extant.
Female, full time student, studying law. In my final year and applying for internships. Part time working in retail and keen to move on up and out into the law field asap. I keep to myself most of the time. Though I do like the regular movie night and training sessions. I have a dog, titan, that's in training for mind dog program. So he is well behaved, house trained and loving. Would love to remain living in Canberra but it's getting pretty hard to find pet friendly accom as a one person. North Canberra would be my preference... anywhere lol. Keen for team ups
We are a young couple from Newcastle and we are moving to Canberra for work at very short notice. We urgently require short-term accommodation until we can get settled in and find our own place. We would like to move in preferably no later than the beginning of June. Our preferred length of stay is around 2-3 months but we can be flexible with this. Elliott (22 y.o.) - Public servant and Clark Kent look-alike; currently working as a research assistant and finishing the last semester of a commerce degree via distance. Michelle (27 y.o.) - Recently completed a B.A. in politics and international relations; moving to Canberra to work and study at ANU. • We are mature, respectful, and clean up after ourselves. • We're sociable and easy to get along with, but we also appreciate having our own space. • We'll be working full-time hours Monday-Friday and studying during nights/weekends, so we're looking for housemates who are quiet and considerate, especially during the evening. (We don't mind sharing with other students as long as it's not a noisy 'party house' type environment). • We're not adverse to hanging out occasionally — it would be nice to know some locals who can show us around the city and recommend things to see/do in Canberra :) • Hoping to find a room that's already furnished because we'll need time to acquire our own furniture. A queen bed would be ideal because all of our sheets, quilts etc. are queen size (and Elliott is probably too tall to sleep on anything smaller). • We'll need parking space (Elliott has a car and I plan to bring mine down from Newcastle in the near future, too). • I'll be relying on public transport for at least a few weeks, so accommodation located reasonably close to public transport is a must. • We would prefer to have our own bathroom/ensuite (if possible) but we're not in a position to be too fussy. • Decent internet/Wi-Fi and heating/cooling is essential.
Single Room available in modern, unfurnished house in Latham, Belconnen. built in wardrobes and fast NBN internet. House in great location. 5 minutes to Kippax shopping centre 10 minutes to Westfield Belconnen 20 minutes to Canberra city 15mins to Gunghalin. 5 minutes to Lake Ginninderra Bus stop at the end of the street Heating for Canberra winters and cooling for Canberra summers. Utility bills would be spilt by three ways. Fantastic location for a great price, plus two cool roommates! We're looking for someone who is friendly and easy going, but who is also respectful of privacy and personal space. Basically just the normal housemate requirements. Someone who is nerdy or gets cheesy outdated movie references would fit in nicely.
The bedroom is portable and can be delivered with a forklift to any property with access of 2.5m wide and 3 metres high. No bathroom in the container please use the existing bathroom in the house. It has reverse cycle heating and cooling. Cheap accommodation option suitable for adults/teenagers who live with their parents but need own space.