Michelle M (vylotte) wrote in uw,
Michelle M
vylotte
uw

Room(s) Available in the U-District

A friend of mine is looking for someone to join their housing co-op, here is the info:

Large bright top floor room available in great old house in the U-district, $465. 17th Ave NE at 50th. It has warm wood floors, two enormous walk in closets, and two windows looking out into the trees. The housemates are a group of students and young working people, straight and gay, men and women, american and non-american. We share a living room, kitchen, porch, garden, and bathrooms. The house is colorful and artsy and has a good atmosphere. We also have a piano if you play. All utilities and cable TV are included in the rent. The living room TV has all the movie channels and on demand cable services. The rent also includes a weekly house cleaning service for the common areas. The room has a phone line which you can connect yourself and also use to get high speed internet. The house is only 2 blocks from UW campus, shops and restaurants, bike trails, the library, the YMCA, and numerous bus lines. There is only parking on the street but bike storage in the basement. You MUST be nonsmoking, quiet, clean, responsible, and gay friendly. No pets and no couples. Although we are a diverse group, we are a politically progressive bunch and conservative and devout people will not feel comfortable here. You need to provide references, be employed/financially stable and sign a 6 month lease, which becomes month to month after that. Move in costs are $250 deposit, first and last month's rent. Please email me with details about yourself and a phone number where you can be reached. I don't call long distance, so if you are contacting me from out of state, please use an email you can check regularly to get my response. The room is available now. There is also a room with a private kitchen coming open at the end of this month.

((The email to use for more information is anon-72194541@craigslist.org, or comment here and I'll forward the info))









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