by Sierra Marlee | January 11, 2016 12:15 pm
One London gentleman is looking for 2 or 3 roommates that he can hang out and party with. He’s got a fairly short list of things he would like you to have/do, and is willing to set up rent on a “‘pay what you can afford‘ basis.”
Are you a fascinating friend but something of a spendthrift? Do you love cocktails but spend your money on rent? Or can you just turn out a tune on the piano?
You could be exactly the right person to move into a £3million house in a fashionable London neighbourhood.
The founder of flatshare site SpareRoom, Rupert Hunt, is looking for 2 or 3 housemates in his period house in Spitalfields.
The chosen housemates can pay as little as a quid a month – they just have to be good people to have around.
In his SpareRoom ad, Rupert says: “I’m offering the rooms on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis. I’m far more interested in finding the right people to share with, who I’ll enjoy having around and add something to my life, than maximising my rent.”
Find out if you have the signs you should be living for minimal rent in a fashionable London area:
1. You have a pet
“A flatmate with a cat, or a terrier (preferably not stuffed) might be appealing.”
2. You like people
“You’ll need to genuinely want to share with me and my other flatmates. The people you live with are far more important than the property you live in.”
3. You play music
“Someone who plays piano might be a nice bonus.”
4. You know how to garden
“The garden needs some serious TLC, so someone with greener fingers than me might be appealing.”
5. You’re a night owl
“Nights out typically entail, pubs and/or cocktail bars, followed by dancing like people who can’t dance till kicking out time, then home for ‘disco lounge’.”
6. You know a great card game
“Weeknights tend to centre round the kitchen, where we eat, drink and talk about the day, perhaps ending on a few games of sh*thead and cocoa before bed.”
7. You’re free in February
“You’d need to be available on the 3rd or 4th of February and be prepared to appear in my YouTube series.”
That is CERTAINLY a one-in-a-lifetime offer!
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