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About Room
East London
Bethnal Green E2 Ada Place
230 £ per week
200 GBP
Double/Twin

2018 - February - 13
Short term (daily/weekly)
2
1

Bethnal Green
Zone 2
3
  • Near the river
  • Green areas
  • Pastime locations (restaturants, coffee shops, clubs, etc.)
  • Grocery store
  • Swimming pool
  • Student libraries
Yes

Description:

I'm subletting my lovely, bright and furnished room for the rest of February (with some flexibility on end date). It is in a three bedroom apartment with two lovely Australian professionals, positioned between the highly popular Broadway Market and Columbia Road Flower Markets.

All utilities inc. wifi included.


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30yo
Female
Professional
English
Extreme sports, Music, Yoga, meditation, Arts, Theater, Movies, Travelling, Fashion, style
Not specified
I am a Cancer

Aug 01 - Sep 10

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