You have different ways you can set up your room, the first picture is how the current roommate has set it up and the last pic is an alternate view showing the massive wardrobe you will use. There are two twin beds that fit together for a queen bed or can be dismantled to have just one twin if you prefer. Cooling fan in wardrobe. New shelves have been added to the walls, too.
I've been here in Amman for over 4 years and have not found anything better in either First Circle or Jabal Amman, one of the 2 or 3 most desirable places to live in the city. Yours is the first picture and has plenty of storage. You also have a desk. The curtains are left over from a very artistic roommate and do not have to say :-) We have 1 full bathroom with a full shower and 1 mini-bathroom (just toilet and sink), and a kitchen with an oven/stove, sink laundry machine, and fridge/freezer. Fully furnished as well, and soon we will have a good sized-full HD TV. Apt has a hot-water-heater as well. Lots of windows too. And last, but not least, we have a really nice balcony for our 4th floor apartment with a great view (see 2nd pic) that is becoming quite the draw for my friends. Landlord is very chill l and never bothers us about anything (so we're free to live as we please and pretty much have a Western lifestyle here).
Deposit of 1 months rent and high-end of utilities (215 JD) is due to secure the room, which will get back to you after you find a replacement and the replacement moves in and pays up. It's your responsibility to find a replacement that is acceptable to me (not unreasonably picky but I won't live with just anyone) before you move out but I will help you in that effort as well so you won't be working alone. If you don't move out during Ramadan or Dec or early Jan, it should be easy if we plan ahead. However, a short-term option might be available through May or June and in that case, you would not be responsible for finding a replacement and a deposit may also not be necessary.
Utilities are cheap (water is usually about 4-6 JD total for 3 months per person, electricity is more variable but is usually but not always between 10-20 JD per person a month, depending on season and how much we are using heaters/fans) and gas is about 11JD, but that cost is only a refill every 3-5 months. SUPER high-speed FIBER-OPTIC!! Internet is around 17 JD per person per month. You must be willing to split all of these 50-50, including internet.
Neighborhood is great too, super safe and secure, an armed police guard is less than a minute away as the Indian Embassy is right nearby, and we're just steps (a 2 minute walk) to First Circle (Duar Awal) and Rainbow St, about 10 minutes walk to downtown/balad with the old big market there. Slightly closer to Second Circle than downtown. A supermarket that takes credit cards, many convenience stores, bars, cafes, salons, lots of little stores, restaurants, art galleries, many ATMs all within a 5-minute walk. Rainbow St in particular is one of the most social/trendy spots in Amman, with many expats and progressive Jordanians hanging out there in particular.
I'm a pretty fun, overly talkative mid-thirties American male who is young at heart and currently making his way as a freelance writer here in Amman, eventually hoping to get into the aid/development industry. My interests are broad and range from international affairs and history to karaoke, Game of Thrones, Star Wars, and sometimes sports. I'm definitely not anally clean but in particular I want a clean bathroom and to not have food/dirty dishes lying around (insects!) but am pretty chill other than that. Am very open to having guests/friends over to entertain and to stay over and crash, but if friends are coming for more than a week or two we should talk about having them chip in. It's been really nice and social living here, with occasional pretty awesome parties thrown (hardly every week though) and people really like/enjoy coming here so I'd like to keep up that spirit! At the same time, we gotta respect people's schedules and not be up late making tons of noise if a roommate needs to sleep.
Perhaps most importantly, if there are issues/problems I expect a civil, adult conversation and patience, not passive-aggressiveness and temper-tantrums. Clear communication and a sense of humor is key!
Also, most of my roommates in the U.S. since 2004 were women (none of them romantic), for multiple reasons I've always preferred a mixed household and have lots of experience being a good male roommate for female roommates. My preference is for a mixed household here, too.
Anyway, excuse the verbosity but I believe in putting everything out there in the interest of saving, and not wasting, time. If you're interested let's please start chatting ASAP. We can be flexible with the move in dates but about April 15 is what are thinking might work best as far as you starting to cover the room :-)