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Newly Refurbished Double Room for Rent in Didcot

Published on: 01/10/2018

Newly Refurbished Double Room to rent on a Weekday Only Basis in Didcot. £100pw.

Large clean and airy double room with new 4ft double bed. Single wardrobe and unit so plenty of storage. Broadband and Freeview TV. Desk and chair for work / study.

Quiet household of 1 with 2 pet cats ... So must like cats. All bills Inc. Available now.

Would be perfect for someone working away from home who needs a quiet space to work/study and chill.

Call or text Theresa on 07766112636. 

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