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Josh S - $767/month

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About Me

My name is Josh. I'm an actor and writer, freelancing as a personal assistant, researcher, and housecleaner to pay the bills. I've been mostly working from home since March, taking acting classes over Zoom, and shooting auditions on my iPhone.

I'm basically an easygoing nerd. I'm into theater, sci-fi, British comedy, painting, and salty snacks.

My two longtime roommates both moved out in December, moving on to other things. I spent the last few weeks getting the place ready.

I'm looking for two low-maintenance people with steady jobs, who wear a mask in common spaces and take common sense COVID precautions, and who participate in cleaning the place. Nerds welcome. No actors, though -- one per apartment is more than enough.

Move in Date Feb 2021
Lease Duration Month To Month
Age 41
Occupation Actor/Writer/Filmmaker/Freelancer
Hometown Philly Suburbs
Education Ba, Temple University
Relationship Status Dating
Cleanliness
Clean
Messy
Work Schedule
Work
Home
Sleep Schedule
Early
No Sleep
Tobacco
Non Smoker
Smoke Regularly
Drinking
Never
Drinks Regularly
Drug Use
Never
Regularly
Interaction
Best Friends
Just Splitting the Rent
Guests
Never
All the Time
Eating Habits
Eat Out
Iron Chef
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About Me

My name is Josh. I'm an actor and writer, freelancing as a personal assistant, researcher, and housecleaner to pay the bills. I've been mostly working from home since March, taking acting classes over Zoom, and shooting auditions on my iPhone.

I'm basically an easygoing nerd. I'm into theater, sci-fi, British comedy, painting, and salty snacks.

My two longtime roommates both moved out in December, moving on to other things. I spent the last few weeks getting the place ready.

I'm looking for two low-maintenance people with steady jobs, who wear a mask in common spaces and take common sense COVID precautions, and who participate in cleaning the place. Nerds welcome. No actors, though -- one per apartment is more than enough.

Move in Date Feb 2021
Lease Duration Month To Month
Age 41
Occupation Actor/Writer/Filmmaker/Freelancer
Hometown Philly Suburbs
Education Ba, Temple University
Relationship Status Dating
Available Room

Seeking two roommates in $767/month apartment in the heart of Astoria

This is a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom basement apartment, smack in the middle of Astoria (a five minute walk from 30 Ave Station), for only $766.66/month per person, plus utilities.

No dogs (not allowed), no cats (I'm allergic).

Two bedrooms are empty, clean, repainted, repaired and ready. New blinds in both rooms. One bedroom has a closet. The other does not, but the tenant in that room can have the hall closet in the foyer all to themselves.

There are two bathrooms, but the one by the kitchen is mine. (Seniority, ya know.) You'll be sharing the other bathroom with each other. It's right next to your bedrooms. That bathroom just had a new toilet, showerhead, ceiling tiles, and windowsill installed, and the door repainted.

The living room is large and currently completely empty -- my former roommate Karla bought all the furniture and took it all with her when she left. The kitchen has just been fully cleaned out.

When you enter the apartment, there's a foyer area that the landlord can access. One door leads to our apartment, and the other leads to the boiler room and meters. There's also a large storage space, and we have room to store some of our things in there. Workers and Con Ed need to go in there sometimes.

The building is about 95 years old. It's a 4-story walkup with 17 units. The apartment is down a short flight of stairs on the side of the building.

Rent: $767
Address: 30-71 33rd Street, Astoria, NY 11102, USA
Type: Walk Up
Furniture: Unfurnished
Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 2
Pets: No Pets
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