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Room to share | 2 people
NZD 52 /night | NZD 313 /week | NZD 1072 /month
DU at Mustafa
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Object description: The planned shared room is located in the south of Duisburg in Du-Wanheim. The bright and modern 50m2 apartment is located on the ground floor of a two-family house. The flat has two rooms, common kitchen and bathroom. The apartment is in a quiet location with very good public transport connections. The bus stop and tram as well as underground are within walking distance. The rooms each have two single beds with their own small chests of drawers, two wardrobes and two desks with chairs. The kitchen is equipped with a dining area and is fully furnished. The bright daylight bathroom is equipped with a bathtub/shower. A washing machine is available here for common use.
Private room | 1 people
NZD 89 /night | NZD 268 /week | NZD 804 /month
Ratingen at Delphine
Show on map (17.2 km)
Our house is located in Ratingen, close to Düsseldorf, with good accessibility and availability of public transport (5' walking) The furnished modern room is in a green and quite area.
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