My name is Laura, and I am looking for a housemate. My current housemate is moving out at the end of August, so the room will be available from September 1st. The room I am renting is bright and big, 216 square feet. There are two closets (one small and one medium) right outside the room. The room will likely be unfurnished, but my housemate is willing to talk to you if you want to keep some furniture. We would be sharing the kitchen and the bathroom (that has a bathtub). The room is located in an apartment building, which has more than 10 units. The building has an elevator, a laundry room, and a garage. It’s a 3 or 4-minute walk to the Q local train (Avenue U station) and a 10 -15- minute walk to the B express train (Kings Highway station). There are many delis, various kinds of stores, and a few supermarkets in this area. The building is safe and quiet. If you like biking or jogging, it’s a beautiful ride/jog to the beach and to Marine Park!
There are mostly families with their children and elderly people living in the building, so it is definitely not a party place. I am looking for a long-term roommate, at least 6 months. The monthly rent, which includes all bills is $827. In order to move you need to pay a returnable deposit of $827 and the first month of rent, also $827.
About me: I am a graduate student and a teacher, I am writing my dissertation. I don’t smoke, I clean after myself, I am respectful, quiet, friendly, polite, I pay all my bills on time and expect the same from my housemate. If interested, please contact me! Thank you.
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