A list of the most ridiculous things you can rent in England this month, according to RentA.co.uk. 1.
The Laundry: If you’re on the hunt for a laundry, it’s probably not the best idea to pay a monthly rent for a single room.
If you have two bedrooms and want to rent a shared room, you can do it with a shared laundry, but only if you pay at least £15 a month for each room.
There’s also a limited number of shared laundry rooms, so there’s a fair chance you won’t be able to afford to rent one yourself.
But if you’re lucky, you’ll be able rent a whole laundry room for just £12 a month.
The Apartment: While you could probably rent a flat for just a few hundred pounds a month, it seems unlikely that you’d be able find one that would fit your lifestyle.
But there are plenty of options available, with many of them paying around £3,000 a month or more.
Many of these apartments come with free wifi and air conditioning, as well as free laundry.
The House: There are plenty to rent across London, including a number of traditional homes.
While many of these might have been built as rentals, it looks like you can now rent a house, too, with several places to rent and a few amenities you might not have considered before.
Here are some of the cheapest house rentals in London this month.
The Bath: While it might not be the most comfortable of houses to live in, a Bath is certainly worth considering.
The cost of a bath can be around £2,000 to £3