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About Room
Outer boroughs
Croydon CR0 Off Ampere Way
600 £ per week
600 GBP
Double/Twin

2018 - January - 13
Med. term: 4-12 months, Monthly: 1-4 months
1
2

West Croydon
Zone 4
10
  • Green areas
  • Pastime locations (restaturants, coffee shops, clubs, etc.)
  • Grocery store
  • Fitness center
Yes

Description:

My name is James and I have a very clean and furnished room in a posh and beautiful house, private garden, parking and estate, close to tram stop, 10 minutes to tube and main train station, shopping mall, supermarkets, cinema, restaurants and gym, and to share with one professional house-mate, with a feeling of peaceful dwelling at home.


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48yo
Male
Professional
English
Fitness & jogging, Photography, Movies, Travelling, Computers and internet, Fashion, style
Not specified
I am a Libra

Dec 01 - Oct 02

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Gemini
Aquarius
Leo
Sagittarius
Taurus
Pisces

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