Located 5-10 minutes from campus, this Locust house has one of the most convenient locations on campus. Available mid-August to late-December 2017. The Room: Private […]
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Affordable and beautiful sublet available for September-December 2017 (and potentially over the summer if needed: June-mid August). Traditional home with original woodwork a large main […]
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Looking to sublet my room in the Fall in a spacious 3 bedroom 1 bath apartment in Hamilton Court. I move in in June so […]
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Fully furnished 1 BR 1 BA apartment at The Hub on Chestnut (3945 Chestnut St). Features – Large balcony – Bathtub with shower – Built-in […]
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Subletting a fully-furnished private bedroom and private bathroom on the second floor of a 6 bedroom recently-renovated house. Other tenants will likely be female Penn […]
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