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KYTY3OB
05-02-2010, 18:43
Dear forum mates!
My family and I are leaving for Australia for permanent residence and now we are seeking a good tennant, for long-term contract. For families only (with children - preferred, pets - negotiable).

Description:
- Apartment in newly built mansion, 7/7 floor (technical floor upstairs).
- Never offered for rent before.
~90 sq.m in total
- 4 rooms, fully furnitured:
16 (King size bed, computer table, roller chairs, drawer, book case),
20 (Single bed, big table, chair, bookcase)
2x12 (computer table, chair, single bed, bookcase in each)
Kitchen 12 (Dining table, chairs, all home appliances: Fridge, Washing machine, Dish washer, Hot/cold water dispenser, all necessary dishes & kitchenware)
- Walk-in Robe
- Clothes dryer, Iron, tool sets.
- 2 glassed stanzas
- Panoramic view
- Separated toilet/bathroom
- Heated foor
- Security alarm system, intercom, double entrance door (steel-made outer one).
- 80 channel Satellite TV, Broadband Internet connection, LAN/WiFi in all rooms.
- Good infrastructure: Walk distance from schools (including elite ones), shopping centres, sports facilities, parkings, polyclinic ets.
- Just 1 minute walk from Buninskaya Alleya metro station.
- ALL UTILITY FEES INCLUDED (heating, water supply, electricity, phone, Internet etc.)
- Quiet, good character, open-minded neioghbour family (only 1 other apartment on the floor).

Quiet, warm, cosy. Clean, light, spacious.

Photos/contacts available on request -> myxa_u3_cyna [ * ] gmail.com
1800USD/month only (negotiable for good tenants)

Open for visits daily from now. Move-in from 14-FEB-2010.

Hurry up! :)

tkemery
05-02-2010, 19:22
The apartment sounds great. If I'm successful at getting a job in Moscow in February or March, I'll definitely contact you if the apt is still available.
Would you consider a short term (few days) rental while i'm in Moscow?
Thanks
Tom

tkemery
05-02-2010, 19:24
Oh yes, I forgot to mention. I'm married, with a 9 year old son and an eight year old daughter. No pets except for a small guinea pig in a cage. And a fish tank, sometimes with fish, but mostly without! :>)

tkemery
05-02-2010, 19:29
"Would you consider a short term (few days) rental while i'm in Moscow?"

what i meant to say above is that I'm first spending a few days in Moscow in late February (most likely) interviewing, then returning to the U.S. for a few weeks, then hopefully returning to Moscow for a very long period of time. Since we already have a couple of flats in Saratov (where my wife is from), we want to keep them, and just do a long-term rental in Moscow.

After i read my earlier posts, I thought I would make those a little clearer.

KYTY3OB
05-02-2010, 20:04
"Would you consider a short term (few days) rental while i'm in Moscow?"

what i meant to say above is that I'm first spending a few days in Moscow in late February (most likely) interviewing, then returning to the U.S. for a few weeks, then hopefully returning to Moscow for a very long period of time. Since we already have a couple of flats in Saratov (where my wife is from), we want to keep them, and just do a long-term rental in Moscow.

After i read my earlier posts, I thought I would make those a little clearer.

Hi Tom! I wish I could help you with accommodation, but I'm afraid it will be too late. We leave on February 18, and the apartment should be rented by this date, as nobody can take care of it after we leave. However, I do not want to use any intermediate agencies, and that's why I am offering my apartment here. Anyway, feel free to contat me if your circumstances changed.

Regards,
Mike

tkemery
05-02-2010, 22:37
Mike - i totally understand. Take care, Tom