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Double garden room on own floor with own bathroom - Denmark Hill


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?950pcm, including all bills. Available from 19 December.

It would be sharing with me and, for about half the week, my son, who?s ten. So, obviously won?t suit everyone as a share, but I?m fairly open-minded about a possible housemate. I'm potentially open to someone in a similar situation to me ? a parent with a child some or all of the time. Or it could be just you. I can send house pics if you?re interested.

Room itself is lovely ? double, on ground floor of three-floor townhouse in quiet cul de sac, ten minutes walk to Denmark Hill station. Has wood floor and door on to terrace and then communal gardens, south facing so lots of light. You'd have the ground floor entirely to yourself, and also your own toilet/shower room. It's not directly en-suite, but it's also on the ground floor, and just for your use.

House has big living/dining room and kitchen on first floor, with a balcony looking down to the garden, and three bedrooms/a bathroom on top floor. It's all set back from the road, so very quiet. We?d also use the terrace/gardens at times, but would access them by leaving the house ? not going through your bedroom.

There's also a garage built into the house, for easy and secure bike storage, plus storing anything else. The bedroom has a bed and chest of drawers, but if you want it unfurnished, that could be possible. It also has built-in bookshelves.

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