Hi all, I’m now subletting a fully furnished studio located in between 42nd Spruce and Pine street, it is on the 4th floor of Surrey […]
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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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1 bedroom, private en suite full bathroom — 39th and Sansom (1 block from huntsman) — the room is the top floor of a 3 […]
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Fully furnished bedroom in house for summer sublet with natural lighting, high ceilings, and spacious living accommodation! House includes: utilities/wifi free washer/dryer big kitchen w/ […]
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Subletting a fully furnished, private room and shared bath (with 1 other person) in an all-girls apartment for summer 2017! – ONE BLOCK AWAY from […]
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