1 Bedroom Apartment near to SEPTA train station in Narberth. Facilities are: 1) Proximity to Downtown 2) Quite area 3) Laundry on-site 4) Very spacious […]
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Looking for someone to take over the lease of my fully furnished studio from October or November 1st, 2017 through July 31st, 2018 (Date negotiable). […]
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Penn graduate looking for a place while working as a research specialist. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for available spots. Thank you!
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One room available – includes private room with a large walk in closet and private bathroom with a bathtub/shower. Washer/dryer and dishwasher in unit. The […]
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A bright room in 41st Locust Street is looking for a new female roommate. The location is very good, just one block from Penn’s campus, […]
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