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Rooms for rent in a beautiful house - 2.5 miles from Midland College!


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Hello,

 

I am a young professional working for Concho Resources in Midland. I have a very beautiful house and 2 private beds and 1 bathroom available at the beginning of March. 

 

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$900 a month for the 12 x 12 bedroom and $950 a month for the 20 x 20 garage converted room. This room has its own studios ac unit and heater. ALL BILLS PAID (utilities and internet)! 

 
I will be more than happy to show you the house. 
 
I'm sharing this beautiful, extremely well maintained 1905 sq. ft. picture-perfect house. It has porcelain time wood floor, open common area, with plenty of windows and natural lighting!
 
Furniture from pictures will be different. 
 
This house is conveniently located 3 blocks from the HEB on Wadley, and less than 10 minutes from Midland College.
 
There are 2 carport spaces in front of the house as well as curbside parking. 
 
There will be a 12-month lease agreement.
 
Feel free to contact me for any information!
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