About the room
Who lives there
Ad Hoc Property Management are delighted to offer to the market a final double room in a detached house in Hale Village, Liverpool. The property has off street parking and shared bathroom facilities. There is a shared kitchen and communal living space.
The property location is perfect for those working professionals who work in the area or even just those wanting to save some money with the attractive price including, water, gas, electric and Council Tax.
The location of the property is ideal for those looking to commute around Merseyside and the North West, with the Speke Blvd Road located just a few minutes away. From here you can access the Mersey Gateway Bridge, Knowsley Expressway and the M62 Motorway.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located close by meaning this is ideal for those working at the airport.
The key benefits:
- Local amenities in Hale Village
- Bus and train routes into the City & surrounding areas
- Easy access to major roads & motorways
Last room just £190PCM per room (including water, gas, electricity & Council Tax)
Please note this is four individual bedrooms and not a whole house to let.
This living space is part of a 'Property Guardianship' scheme - that's one key reason it's such a good price.
As a live-in Guardian, you not only get affordable, flexible accommodation - you're also doing your bit for the community by protecting this property (simply by living in it).
In order to be a Guardian, you have to be over 18, employed and not have any pets or children in your living space. You also can't smoke inside (outside, in designated areas is fine).
So, if you're looking to be part of a community of like-minded, responsible professionals, were your environment is smoke, pet and children free, then this could be ideal for you.
(Sorry - if you're a smoker, family with pets, then Guardianship is not for you…).
To take advantage of this opportunity - arrange a viewing by leaving a message with your number and the best time to call.
Listing ID: H18120793529470
Posted on 22 February 2019