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​Palo Alto

ROOM FOR RENT: two-bedroom, one-bath apartment has one bedroom for rent to a single male in midtown Palo Alto.  Room is furnished and includes a regular-size bed, large chest of draws, desk & chair, and good-size closet. Complex is located in a quiet but convenient neighborhood, and close to Safeway, bus lines, cleaners, shoe repair, 7-11, Domino's Pizza, Starbucks & Phil's coffee houses, Mike's Café, and 10 minutes from Stanford. There is a laundry room and pool on the premises. Rent is $1,300 a month, with a $700 deposit.  Rent includes: gas, electrical, WI-FI, cable TV, water, and garbage, and is available around Dec. 27th or maybe a bit sooner. Looking for long-term renter. If interested contact About myseIf: I work at Stanford at the Bing Concert Hall so I am away most of the day and night, and sometimes on the weekends. I'm respectful of others and am looking for someone the same, as well as someone who will keep things clean in mutual areas.  I enjoy sports, theater and a good laugh. I'm divorced and easy going.


Atherton/Redwood City

QUIET BUILDING with other professionals (mostly therapists). Ground floor, 98 square feet, $650.00, or 152.4 square feet for $725.00 a month. Offices can be combined. Available Jan. 1, 2015. Includes shared waiting room, greenery view, wall-to-wall carpet, heating and air conditioning, off street parking, janitorial service and utilities. Remodeled bathrooms. Requires a six-month lease minimum. Also, offices to share. Call Tom at 650-208-8624.

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