What I Rent: Harriet and Hannah, £850 each a month to proportion a three-bedroom flat in St Paul’s

House sharing is an important part of being a millennial residing in London.
If you pick to live inside the metropolis and don’t happen to have wildly rich parents, you’ll need to shack up with a few pals (or strangers) to afford an area to live. The intricate bit is knowing whether you’re getting a bargain or being vastly ripped off.

What I Rent: Harriet and Hannah, £850 each a month to proportion a three-bedroom flat in St Paul’s 1

It doesn’t help when you speak to people outside of London who criticize you for chucking your cash away when you may be living somewhere else for a 3rd of the value.
To get extra clarity on renting in London without the judgmental ‘pass North’ line, we released What I Rent, a series that takes you within the rented belongings of a one-of-a-kind character every week. This week, we’re chatting to Harriet and Hannah, each 23, who proportion a 3-bed room flat in St. Paul’s with other housemates, Jack, 23, and Joe, 24.


Hey Harriet! How an awful lot do you pay to stay right here?

  • I pay £850 consistent with the month and about £50 monthly in payments.
  • And what do you get for what you pay?
  • There are three bedrooms, one master lavatory, one en-suite, a residing room, a kitchen, and a dining location.

How did you end up living right here?

We all went to Loughborough University together. We went through months of full-size looking – however, it changed into all worth it.

Are you glad where you live?

Yes, very! The first-class element is probably the place – it’s so lovely that we can all walk to work! The flat may be spacious, especially for primary London, and has a lovable new kitchen. We have an adorable courtyard out the lower back of the property, making it very quiet for imperative London.

Do you feel like you’ve got sufficient space?

  • The bedrooms are honestly desirable sizes and all very equal.
  • The flat looks superb, even though four folks are in a three-bed. The en-suite helps to reduce fights for the toilet inside the morning.
  • How have you ever made your vicinity feel like home?
  • We love the communal vicinity – we’ve tried to make it sense homely with plant life, books, and candles.
  • We all love cooking, so the bookshelf is a large characteristic – with all the cookbooks.
  • We also love website hosting human beings, so we enjoy having a big eating location and ensuring the bar is constantly completely stocked… We are now unbeaten at Prosecco Pong.
Eddie Bowers
Eddie Bowershttp://homezlog.com/
With an eye for design, I have always loved home improvement. Whether it's making a house look bigger by painting walls white, adding a new kitchen, or finding the perfect piece of furniture, there is something out there that can make a space feel more comfortable and inviting. I love to explore the latest trends in home decor, as well as home repair, so I can help people find solutions for projects and projects. My articles aim to provide the latest tips and tricks, help people understand home improvement terminology, and inspire them to take on their home improvements. I am passionate about creating content that can help people solve problems, and I'm excited to use my skills and writing experience to help people through home improvement, home repair, and interior decorating.