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Looking for a housemate

Single ensuite room available in our lovely three-bedroom house in Didsbury. Five-minute walk from city centre. Move in from 1 June. Shared kitchen and living room with two female housemates, no parking, £600 a month excluding bills. No pets. Contact 07890 123456 for viewing.

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I prefer to live alone, I do it since I was a student, and now as an adult I also live alone

I prefer to live in a share house with my family or someone actually I know, because it’s easy to afford this way and also I don’t feel lonely ☺️

If I live far from my family so, I prefer to live a lone . The only case for me to resort to sharing a house with someone that I do not know ,if I found it coast me a lot for leaving alone and there’s no people I know to share a house with. Also my condition is to have an ensuite room .

The true is that I prefer live alone, maybe with my partner but never with someone that I don't know, because I saw a lot of movies where the roomie is a bad person, so i don't think to live with someone that I dont trust.

I don't want to share anyone. I want to live alone. If they don't get any room, I share at this time.

i prefer to live with housemates if i know them like they are my friends or something , but if i don't i prefer to live a lone

I prefer to live alone because I think that sharing with someone means adjusting to their lifestyle and sometimes it's hard to find the right partner.

In my opinion, sharing a house can be a good idea if you are looking for saving some money and the fact of losing your privacy doesn´t bother you. On the other hand, I prefer living alone as long as I can financially support it.

TBH if I were a single, I prefer living with housemate/s , because there's lots of benefit.

I prefer to live alone because you have your privacy but when you move a big cities, it prefers to live with housemates because you spend less.

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