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Large Bedroom with Private Bathroom Available
Large bedroom with private bathroom available for short-term or long-term rental. The room is located in separate wing of residential home in the Kirkwood area, easily accessible via bus no. 13. Owner is dog-lover but dog keeps to other half of the house. Free parking available. Mature postdoc or faculty/staff preferred. Please contact Susan at email@example.com . Rent negotiable depending on length of stay. Owner is also UF preferred vendor and payment arrangements can be made between UF dept and owner directly.
Submitted by Gonda Van Steen, Classics and Center for Greek Studies
For Rent: Charming 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath, Golf Course, Cul-de-Sac Home in Haile Plantation
2023 sq ft. home on Golf Course in Haile Plantation. Home is in a quiet, secluded cul-de-sac. Professional grade kitchen. Pets allowed. Access to Haile Plantation Golf club and its gyms, tennis courts and swimming pools. Available starting October 1, 2017. Multiple year rent possible. Call 352-214-0736.
Submitted by Sumi Helal, Mobile and Pervasive Computing Lab
Lakefront Sabbatical Condominium for Rent
Lakefront condominium on Bivens Arm, fully furnished, with three bedrooms and two baths with a lovely bright Florida room with spectacular view of lake. Spacious third floor unit of about 1,800 square feet and very quiet. Swimming pool with pavilion available, along with a lovely lakefront garden and walkway. Easy bike ride to UF, and on bus lines, near restaurants and within walking distance of the university, especially near the medical or vet school. Available August 1, 2017 to visiting scholar(s). No smoking, please. Rental price: $1,400 (internet included; electricity not included).
For more information please contact Betty at firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitted by Betty Smocovitis, Departments of Biology and History
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