Firstly, we would like to thank you for your interest in our apartment, it means a lot to us, as I'm sure you know it is hard surviving on next to no money as a student so having a subletter to take away some of the financial burden is a great relief.
Secondly, I have attached pictures of the apartment we are looking to sublet between June 2, 2010 (at the earliest) and August 15, 2010. Unfortunately there are only a few but trust me, the apartment is well-kept, fully-furnished (minus bedding) and has great views, great air ventilation, etc. It is 114 Highland Place, Apartment 3 and we are located on the third floor of the building. The apartment consists of 3 bedrooms, 1 kitchen, and 1 bathroom and you have direct access to washing and drying machines as they are located in the kitchen area and for our (your) use only. We are currently trying to work out a system where the 3 of us (who will be moving in sometime after August 15th) can place our belongings in one room and lock it, meaning there would be only 2 rooms to sublet (they will be the 2 larger rooms). However, as we are not sure that this is possible with our Realtor, we may be able to sublet all 3 rooms.
More about the apartment and the walk to campus, it is about a 5-10 minute walk to the Statler (where I personally attend school) from the apartment. It is a great location as it sits comfortably in the heart of Collegetown without the noise and rambunctious behavior of inebriated college students (as most do not walk down our street because it is slightly hidden). It is about a 1-2 minute walk to Schwartz Center (the closest bus stop) located on College Ave, which I would recommend using if you needed to get over to the plant sciences buildings or veterinary school.
In terms of pricing, like I mentioned in the ad on Craigslist, it is adjustable and as we get further into this process we can work out the details. However, tenants must pay for electricity and internet, which is unfortunate but (as someone who has done this before) neither of which are too expensive during the summer.
Also, when we signed our lease with our Realtor, she said it was fine to have an indoor cat as long as you could assure that they didn't make a mess of the apartment.
Thank you so much for your interest and please let me know if you have any more questions,