Min. Period of Stay6 Months ~
Nearest Sta. (walk)About 5 minutes
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5 minute walk from Sakurayama station, express yourself in a sharehouse with its own studio!
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|Appearance||Living Room||Sink||Interior||Bath Room|
A female-only sharehouse with its own studio – great for girls who love making things. As well as being a great place to work, the studio can also be used for displaying artworks in exhibitions. The area around the house is a quiet residential area. Nearby is an old style shopping district, a very relaxed area perfect for professionals who like a peaceful environment. The white-painted exterior of the house presents a stylish appearance. The red post box at the entrance is a prominent feature. The studio is adjacent to the entrance; the living room is right in front of it. The living and dining areas are spacious. Even with a large dining table, a sofa and a table there is plenty of room. Natural light shines in through the sliding glass door which can be opened to provide access to an open terrace. The terrace garden has a dogwood tree and plenty of therapeutic greenery. On days off relax out on the terrace and read a book - use your time indulgently. The fully-equipped kitchen with appliances, cooking utensils and storage shelves included is a nice feature. The stainless steel kitchen looks like it is from an upmarket restaurant. 4 gas cookers are installed in a kitchen of immaculate cleanliness and superb ease of use. Sinks and changing areas come with shelves for your personal convenience. Put your towels or wash bags here. The sharehouse is just a 5 minute walk from Sakurayama station on the Sakuradoru line on the city subway network. Enjoy life in this sharehouse set in a peaceful environment perfect for professionals.
Facilities for Common Use
- Air Conditioner
- Washing Machine
- Bicycle Parking
- No Smoking
|Location||2-19, Nakayamacho, Mizuho-ku Nagoya-shi,Aichi,467-0803［Confirm with GoogleMap］|
|Access||5 minutes walk from Sakurayama Station.|