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STILL WANTED: 3/4 bedroom house in local area


mccluree

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Hello

We are completing on the sale of our ED flat in late Feb/early March but haven?t found anywhere to buy in time for the the arrival of our baby in April and so are looking for a rental in the local area, ideally unfurnished. If you have (or know of anyone with) a 3/4 bed in the local area available from March, please do get in touch.

Thank you!

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Hi. Hope you are well. The house we are currently renting will be for lease likely sometime in March as we are hoping to exchange on a house then. It's 4 bed, 2 bath with a garden on Ferris Road near Peckham Rye. Very nice house and the landlord is great. It's their personal home as they are living abroad. If you think you might be interested, please let me know.
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Still looking, thanks!



mccluree Wrote:

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> Hello

> We are completing on the sale of our ED flat in

> late Feb/early March but haven?t found anywhere to

> buy in time for the the arrival of our baby in

> April and so are looking for a rental in the local

> area, ideally unfurnished. If you have (or know of

> anyone with) a 3/4 bed in the local area available

> from March, please do get in touch.

> Thank you!

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