I'll move into my mountain place this weekend. It's a 4-room flat for 1250/month and I'm looking for 1 or 2 parties to share it with. If we share it divided by 2, we'd have a weekend/vacation/home office getaway place for 625 CHF a month. If the constellation was perfect, I could imagine sharing the place with 2 other parties, making it only 417 CHF/month. I'm also up to discuss with people that would only want to come for the season, but then we'd have to find a fair agreement regarding rent.
There are 3 big rooms, a kitchen with dishwasher and a bathroom with bathtub. There's a little shed outside for skis and sleights. If you place yourself at the right angle by the windows, you can see into the surrounding mountains.
Since I move in this weekend, I'm really open to create and share the place as equals. I'll be going back and forth to Zurich, so most likely the place will be empty about half the time.
My absolute perfect roommate(s) or couple(s) I'll be sharing the place with are just like my roommate here in Zurich: an open-hearted, open-minded, joyous, smart, mindful, clean, responsible, funny, creative, sensitive and giving artist-yogi. Even if you can't all be Franziska, I love a warm, generous vibe with everyone sharing food and laughs but one is never expected to do so. It's always okay to be private and always welcome to share and be open.
Also: I LOVE (!) dogs, animals and music. So bring your wolf dog, your rattle snake and your guitar.
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