Co-living is a modern form of communal living in which residents have a private bedroom in a furnished home with shared common areas.
It is becoming increasingly popular in Australia as rental prices for single occupier homes are becoming unaffordable. Tenants are finding affordable options, renting a single room in a co-living property.
Letting rooms out individually means:
Co-living houses are purpose-built, specifically designed for 3-4 adults to live together, all with equal-size, private ensuite bedrooms. Designed as turn-key properties, houses come equipped with furniture, large kitchens, and shared living, dining and laundry rooms.
Equal-sized ensuite, private bedrooms for all
Shared spaces for communal living:
fully furnished, modern appliances, solar powered, air-conditioned.
Co-living tenants are screened and grouped based on age, interest, professions and personal preferences.