Tim has a room for rent - RoomMatesUK.com

About Room
Outer boroughs
Rainham ME10 5LF 15 Agate Court
113 £ per week
0 GBP
Single

2020 - September - 22
Long term: 12+ months, Med. term: 4-12 months, Monthly: 1-4 months, Short term (daily/weekly)
3
3

Victoria
Zone 6
20
  • Green areas
  • Pastime locations (restaturants, coffee shops, clubs, etc.)
Yes

Description:

You'll be living with other renters, sharing the Kitchen and Bathroom. Best suited for students & young people. The house is close to the a249 for people who commute by car but the train station is in walking distance. Sittingbourne has all the benefits of being nearby to places like Medway, Canterbury and London without any of the noise and busyness. Any questions don't hesitate to ask


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18yo
Male
Student, Other
English
Photography, Partying and clubbing, Movies, Computers and internet, Other
Yes
I am a Aquarius

Jan 12 - Feb 21

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