I'm still on the lookout for a housemate! I've decided to rent out the downstairs bedroom in my house...
It's $500/month + approx $50/month utilities.
Take a look and pass it along.
Please and thank you!
http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/roo/1548908438.html (pics included here!)
Available for move in February 1st.
Available to view now.
I am a 35-year-old queer woman who is kind & reliable, loves plants & animals - 2 friendly dogs & 22 house plants, feminist, anti-racist, sex-positive, enviro-friendly & an avid recycler. I am more interested in an organized space then a shiny clean one.
I enjoy my friends and family, good conversation, good food and a good drink, community involvement, music, Dancing!, reading, writing, long walks, long-term projects, studying the mind+body+soul connection and different schools of thought around healing/wholeness.
kind & reliable, financially stable, an animal lover, queer/trans friendly, anti-racist, enviro-friendly, preferably non-smoker, looking for a friendly roommate/not a buddy, out of the house as much as you are in it + many other wonderful things I'm sure.
Bonus points and possible rent trade if you are:
Handy around the house
Interested in gardening
The house is a 1905 bungalow located on Beacon Hill.
Easy access to buses, lightrail, I-90, I-5 and 1-90 Mountain to Sound Greenway - http://www.mtsgreenway.org
1150 square feet, 1 bathroom - claw foot tub!, washer & dryer, unfinished basement (great for storage or projects), front porch for sittin', Big (somewhat unruly) fully fenced yard, Highspeed Internet connection, Television free
Your space: 120sq ft room on main floor of house, great light with windows facing East and South, laminate flooring, 2 closets (one sizable/one small)
1/2 utilities - approx $50/mth
First, Last & $50.00 damage deposit
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