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  1. Shanti Chellappa04:26

    PG accomodation for Men in Mogapair Chennai
    Paying guest accommodation available for working men – sharing basis with attached bath. Non-Veg food served Facilities: All three meals, fully furnished, sharing basis, television(common), fridge, washing machine, servant maid , Internet, part of independent house safe & secure, 2 wheeler parking, cot with mattress, independent wardrobes, attached western toilet and homely atmosphere. Rates: Rs.6000/- per person on sharing basis. These prices are all inclusive rent, good food, cleaning, water, maintenance &electricity. One month’s payment in advance. Contact: Shanti Chellappa No.9, Olympic Colony, Behind DAV Boys School, Mogappair, Chennai - 50 Phone:+91 98416 43069
    City : Chennai
    Area : Mpgapair
    Looking for / Available : Available
    Category : Rental

    1. Anonymous00:30

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  2. Agni Sharma04:29

    Paying guest accomodation for ladies @ valasaravalkam

    Dear Friends, This is not a commercial setup. My Aunt who was widowed couple of years back is inviting female (prefereably working women) as paying guest on a twin sharing basis at Valasarawakkam. Please call her for more details at 044-24861044
    City : Chennai
    Area : Chennai
    Looking for / Available : Available
    Category : Rental

  3. Feel Home23:46

    Feel Home Accommodations!!
    PG Accommodations for Men/Women Shared/Single available in & around Annanagar/Mugappair/Thirumangalam /Annanagar West Extn for both Long&Short Stays.
    AC/Non AC. Totally residential areas with all facilities. Laundry / Complete Maintenance/Mosquito Net / Mineral Water / TV / Fridge / Newspaper/Parking. All at affordable price.
    Hygenic Home made food available
    Contact- 9442228290




    1)BTM Layout II stage Bangalore 560076
    2)Near Udipi garden Restaurant
    3)Behind Gangothri Hospital
    4)Opposite Samsung Service Plaza Center
    5)Close to BTM Layout main Bus stand
    6)200 yards away from all M&C pick up/ Drop points


    #39, Second Cross, Opp. 25th Main , BTM Layout II stage, Bangalore 560076
    Ph: Cell: +91 9901924231 & +91 98453 56924 Land Line: 080-26687716


    1)Well spacious & ventilated rooms with windows/Balconies
    2)All rooms with in dependent bath attached
    3)All bath rooms have Water geysers and Wash basins besides basics
    4)Have 3,4,5 & 6 sharing rooms as each rooms is big enough to accommodate peoples
    5)Individual care & all round security, common TV
    6)Over all supervision by Lady who is also the owner of the property
    7)No Male interference in any form at any given time unless emergency
    8)Special executive room 3 sharing with TV available


    1)Only Vegetarian food cooked by experienced cook
    2)Food both south Indian & north Indian
    3)Food tastes Tamilian style mostly
    4)Hygienic food preparation by own family members & cook
    5) Over all supervision by Brahmin Lady and family lives there eating the same food
    6)Daily 2 times ( Breakfast & Dinner) food provided
    7)Weekends and Hoildays 3 times food will be provided
    8)No carrier food for individuals & food is unlimited
    9)On special occasions & birth days preferred food upon requests(depends availability)


    Proud to announce that over 50% of occupants are living for over 3 years continuously

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