Schlierbacher Landstraße


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Shared room in house

Bedroom: 7 m2

Property: 100 m2


Space for 1 person

3 housemates (mixed)

Hi! My name is Luisa (23)and I am a student in Heidelberg. I live in a small room (7 QM )​​,​​ but the appartment is big and beautiful. It is shared with three roommates. I am on vacation until end of October, after that you would sleep in a room with me​​,​​ in a bunk bed (that means dvoyarusne lizhko). I only take a WOMAN ​​,​​ because with a male refugee i would not feel comfortable​​,​​ i am sorry in advance. If you have a cat or two that is fine​​,​​ other pets not possible. You can stay fo...Show more


Shared toilet
Shared kitchen
Unisex bathroom


Washing machine
Not access friendly

House rules

Pets negotiable
Smoking allowed only outside

Preferred tenant


Rent summary


3 months

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