All bedrooms come fully furnished (and with AC units), very close location to campus, big kitchen, living room, and roof deck for tanning ;), and […]
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Summer sublet available mid May through mid July. 2 bedrooms and private bathrooms in Pine Arms. (Priced per room) Fully furnished. Includes walk-in closet, dresser, […]
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Subletting a big bedroom in a house at 4048 Spruce! There is a washer and dryer in the house, and the kitchen in the unit […]
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Subletting a two bedroom, two bathroom apartment in the Radian! Comes with private washer/dryer and there’s a gym in the building (and lounges!). $1700/month total […]
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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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