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Does anyone have an accommodation in central london, ensuite room, which you don't need and want to rent.
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Does anyone have an accommodation in central london, ensuite room, which you don't need and want to rent.
Hi I have a Canalview Self Contained Studio (£249 a week) in West London postcode is W10 5BN available from August 31st 2019 to 29th August 2020 (can renewal with the company if you want). Go on Kensal Green Garrow Homes for students and look at the junior Canalview that’s what I have and I can take you for a viewing as well. Contact me if your are interested.
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I have a tenancy at mannequin house that you could take over, if you’re interested?
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Yes very much interested. How do I get the details please?
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Does anyone have an accommodation in central london, ensuite room, which you don't need and want to rent.
I have a room in Station Court London for about 185pound a week. It is a full-year booking, that means it will last 51 weeks, starting from september the 14th, so all in all 9450 pounds the year. It includes a kitchen pack with 20 items such as pots, plates etc. and a bedding pack. Commuting to London centre will take about 20min. If you are interested, you can take over my tenancy agreement, which would help me a lot, as I would have to pay the full rent even though I won't be living there. Feel free to ask for any further information!
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