Ok, so here's the situation: I've gotten a great deal of responses on this, and I've started making a schedule. 2-3 people are moving in August/September. I want at least 4-5 people in the house over the summer. The house can accommodate about 6 people at the most year round.

Ergo: I am looking for two permanent roommates to move in from mid-June to early July, and 1-2 summer sub letters (June-early August). I don't know about the outside smoking rule. I mostly smoke while I work / write , so even I would probably be against it. But in any case, here's the situation so far: Ok, so here's the situation: I've gotten a great deal of responses on this, and I've started making a schedule. 2-3 people are moving in August/September. I want at least 4-5 people in the house over the summer.

The house can accommodate about 6 people at the most year round. Ergo: I am looking for two permanent roommates to move in from mid-June to early July, and 1-2 summer sub letters (June-early August). From what I understand, you " re looking for a more or less permanent place. It's about ten minutes south of the Blue Line California station. Idon't have any pictures (I don't have a digital camera), but describe it fairly well. It's a two-story white behemoth with a live-in basement w/ separate entrance that is gonna become a practice space.

It's five bedrooms, including one in the basement. Hardwood floors on the first floor, linoleum on the second, except for most of the bedrooms, which are carpeted. The house has been empty for about six months, but the realtor will get to repairing it shortly (it should be done by June 15 th, he says). It's getting a new boiler and the roof is getting fixed. Three bathrooms (one on each floor). Two car garage, small backyard.

Two very large staircases at the front and back of the building. Besides the bedrooms and the kitchen, there are about four or five 'common rooms,' which will become workspace. I'm a film student, and have several projectors (therefore one of the rooms will end up getting utilized as a projection room). Prospective Roommates: Ken Gums, 24, Filmmaker Move in: early-mid July Non-smoker, seems a bit fussy Victoria Vox, musician Tours full time Interested in the smallest bedroom Heather Hol bus, 9-5 job, photo student Seems cool Only available to check the place out after 6 pm Karen, Currently sleeps on people's couches Unemployed?