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Beautiful 1650 sq ft Brighton Townhouse to share

  • Street: Lac Kine Dr
  • City: Brighton
  • State: New York
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 14618
  • Listed: November 26, 2015 9:16 pm
  • Expires: This ad has expired

Description

This is a month-to-month rental and can be indefinite as to length — as much as a year or two. If we both like the situation a six or twelve month lease could be extended, if desired. Otherwise, month-to-month works.

I am a 27 year old professional male and am looking for a housemate of either sex. We would meet, exchange references and see if its the right ‘fit’ for both of us.

The Townhouse is about 1650 sq ft. There are two bedrooms and two and one half bathrooms, a large living/dining room with a wood-burning fireplace. The kitchen is large, with room to eat in. All common rooms are nicely furnished and there is a large screen HD TV in the living room. You would have the option to furnish your bedroom or I can furnish it.
You would have one of the full baths for your exclusive use.

There is a two car garage (attached) and a remote opener for each of us. There is a first-floor laundry and finished basement.

There is a huge amount of storage space.
There is a small patio area — nothing fancy — but it backs to a woods and an occasional deer roams by. Even a wild turkey has been spotted.

Utilities would be shared 50/50. Direct TV, RG and E and internet would come to about $300 per month, so about $150 each. The snow removal and maintenance and grounds keeping is all provided by the Homeowners Association, with the homeowner paying the fee.

Ad Reference ID: 2925657763fc5f88

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  • Listed by: JACOB JORNE
  • Member Since: November 26, 2015

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