6 bedroom house, with a kitchen, 2 bathrooms, and a Kitchen. Close to shops,food places and next to penn campus.
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Gorgeous single bedroom, available Summer 2017 (May 17-Aug 25). Fully furnished, with private bathroom. Great location on 41st and Walnut, in a 7BR/3BA apartment. **NEWLY […]
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Going abroad – 1 BR sublet (fully furnished) available in a 3BR/2.5BA house in Graduate Hospital neighborhood in Philadelphia. Fully renovated/updated within last 5 years, […]
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*note that this is not a sublet Looking for a 5th tenant to take over the lease for the 2017-2018 school year. House is very […]
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