Private bedroom on the first floor of a 8-bedroom, 3-bathroom house on 40th and Locust, across from Ramen Bar (extremely convenient location). Price very negotiable, […]
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Ideal for UPenn’s Second Summer Session. 5 bedroom house close to campus with security system. Subletting available from June 29 to August 20th. Contact: email@example.com
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Dates: May 13th – August 25th Price negotiable. Utilities included in rent, no extra charges. Call or message at 440 520 0321 to set up […]
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Studio apartment in the high-end apartment building, Locust on the Park (owned & operated by Dranoff Properties), available to rent now. NOTE: 1 month free […]
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Subletting a room within a 5 bedroom house owned by Campus Apartments. Other 4 roommates have agreed you will have first pick of which room […]
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