Two Furnished room in mini-resort is available from today 23 March 2020.
Very close to the beach, 2 minutes walk to Rothesay Bay beach and 5 minutes walks to Browns Bay beach and village with heaps of shops, cafes, restaurants etc.
One room is down the end of the house sharing a lounge, bathroom and toilet with another mature guy living in this end of the house as well.
Per week $290 for one person +$60 for power, water and internet. Extra person per week $80.
The other room is private furnished en-suite with a queen bed and single bed. Private bathroom, toilet, Netflix, fridge and two private balconies with a feel leaving in a mini-resort is available a few months ahead.
The en-suite is per week $390 for one person +$60 for power, water and internet. Extra person per week $100.
House is large and got another living, lounge, dinning and kitchen areas to share plus many decks and great outside area with swimming pool and BBQ and table tennis.
The house is set up as a holiday house, why I'm a bit careful with long term renting. However, we can discuss further if you have more long term in mind.
At the moment I have another two nice mature guys staying in the house as well..
House is big, so still heaps of space for privacy.
If you wish to see one of the rooms, please call or text me to organize a time to visit.
Looking forward to hear from you :)
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