Housemate wanted: Ensuite room in a £8,000,000 Penthouse just £1PW

Housemate wanted: Ensuite room in a £8,000,000 Penthouse just £1PW

Are you all of the following?

  • Aged 24-35
  • Open minded
  • Needing a place to live for 6months-2years
  • Available to move immediately?
  • Ambitious or successful
  • Enjoy partying, movies, chatting & generally hanging out
  • Entrepreneurial and into Technology
  • Enjoy getting drunk
  • A Non-smoker
  • Not likely to bring back unwanted guests
  • Enjoy the company of dogs (specifically chihuahuas) but don’t own your own dog

If YES then you can live here for FREE (or £1PW)


The ad:

We’re two lads living in a large 4000 sq ft Penthouse in Paddington. We’ve successfully built and sold two well known technology companies and are now working on the third..

We’d like to find an interesting flatmate to hang out with – we don’t need the money (hence the room is FREE!) but we want some good company – someone to hang out with, party with, bounce ideas around with and generally enjoy all that London has to offer.

There’s a team of household staff at the apartment to look after you – all cleaning and laundry is taken care of, we have a chef who prepares delicious meals 5 days a week and a team of drivers who take us out to party!house2

We are open minded about the sort of person we’d like – you might already be successful and wealthy and want to live with like minded people or at the very least you’ll be ambitious. Being entrepreneurial and into technology is a big plus and enjoying getting drunk quite often is essential!

A few house rules, it’s a no smoking house and guests are not allowed unless agreed in advance. There are two chihuahuas and we don’t want any more pets.


What do you think the catch is? (add your own to the poll)

If you’re actually interested/meet that criteria then go to Spareroom to learn more.

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