fully-furnished 8-bedroom/4-bath house located at 41st and Locust looking for 1 to 8 SUMMER SUBLETTERS
- Size: >5
- Street: 231 S 41st St
- City: Philadelphia
- Zip/Postal Code: 19104
- Amenities: Furnished, AC, WiFi, Washer/Dryer
- Listed: January 4, 2019 1:56 pm
- Expires: 18 days, 14 hours
Spacious, fully-furnished 8-bedroom/4-bath house located at 41st and Locust looking for 1 to 8 summer subletters.
(map location is wrong – it’s on the intersection of 41st Street and Locust street. It’s a 5minute walk from Penn’s campus)
Move-in can be as early as May 10th and move-out as late as August 22nd.
– free in-house washer and dryer
– large common space
– fully-equipped, modern kitchen with granite island & countertops, new wood cabinets, dishwasher, sink, oven with four burners, microwave, full-sized refrigerators + minifridges in rooms
– hardwood floors in the common space
– renovated in 2017
The house has everything you need to live here — you can simply bring your suitcase and move in.
The house has a little backyard and is centrally located in University City. This house is close to University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, University of the Sciences, The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College, and more! Situated near Locust Walk, you will enjoy a variety of shops, restaurants, and a great proximity to campus. Want to get around the city fast? It’s only a block away from SEPTA stops.
The bedrooms shown in the pictures will come fully furnished with a desk, dresser, and full-sized bed. Each bedroom also has its own closet. The living room has a large table and chairs, and the kitchen has all necessary appliances (fridge, microwave, and stove) as well as a dishwasher.
Whether you just want one room or you and your friends want several or all of them, PM for more details or with any questions!
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