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Maple House
2017.12.11

Hello everyone! How's your December going? It's been a pretty wild year and I can't even believe Christmas is so close!


Anyway, today I want to share with everyone a great deal on one of our existing houses:



I'd like to introduce a rather rare type of share house.



While there are certainly many great reasons to live in a share house, there are some reasons why some might hesitate:

1. You have to share the kitchen
2. You have to share the bathrooms
3. You have to share the showers

Pretty much meaning: anything having to do with water!

So you might hear someone say to that, "well, that's just how it is at a share house", or, "it's more fun that way!"

But the truth of the matter is, it's important that it's a priority for you!
Luckily, we have a small number of share houses that actually have all that already in the private single room.

 

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With spacious rooms too:


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Plus it's just a 3-minute walk to the convenience store and supermarket:


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AND, it's ONLY


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15 minutes to Ikebukuro!


 
Of course, the part you're probably most concerned about...

Rent is just under 50,000 yen, plus utilities! That's an incredible deal for a share house with your own bathroom!



So if you want to maintain your privacy... but also pay low rent... but also live near the city... but you also still want to live near people...

This could be the best house for you!



Oh, and before I forget, there are also a few mini-kitchens too:


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The house is called "Maple House", and it's in Saitama, closest to Hibarigaoka station. Again, just 15 minutes to Ikebukuro on the Seibu-Ikebukuro line!


Check it out here:




Take a look at the link above to find out more, make an inquiry, and come see for yourself! We think you'll want to live here. :)


See you at Maple House!

 
Date posted :
2017.12.11
Poster :
James

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I've lived in Tokyo for 10 years, and have studied Japanese for even longer. I enjoy Japanese language, ancient history, current events, some games, guitars, and other stuff. I'm always interested in learning new things!