This is a great little flat, located very centrally near the pedestrianised city centre and within walking distance of all the main attractions of Leipzig.
In the ground floor of the same building there is a little grocery store, plus a small 'supermarket' directly across the street from the building and an excellent bakery literally next door and another bakery-cafe round the corner. There are 2 larger supermarkets within 5 mins walk. (The restaurants and cafes of the city centre or the Gottschedstrasse are also only 5 mins walk away.)
Patrick was a very accommodating host and communication with him was very straightforward. Because we were arriving so late, he even sent the key to England for us ahead of time! (Amazing!)
The photos on the listing aren't great and the flat looks much nicer in real life. There's a kitchenette (with sink, washing machine, oven, 4-ring hob and fridge with 3-star freezer box) which is not shown in the photos.
In the bedroom there's a large cupboard (shelves only) and drawers plus some hanging space in another cupboard in the living room/kitchen. The double bed has a foam mattress (which took some getting used to for me) and the sofa folds out to a single sofa bed. Bathroom is great with good shower over a bath. (Never had a problem getting hot water.)
There are huge floor-to-ceiling windows all round the living room onto the balcony. Sadly, there are no shutters and only minimal curtains, meaning the flat does get hot and there's no privacy when you turn the light on in the evening.
The flat was spotlessly clean and there's a vacuum cleaner, brush, cloths, cleaning products etc. to keep on top of that during a longer stay.
We found the convenience of the location to be a double-edged sword. There are early morning deliveries to the shops just outside and the delivery trucks seemed to wake me most mornings at around 5am (unless we slept with the windows shut, which was uncomfortable in the summer heat). It's also difficult to get an early night at the weekends with noise from nearby bars and clubs going til around midnight (and people on the streets even after that sometimes).
We felt we got a pretty good deal by booking a whole month for which we were able to achieve a 25% discount. (Short term lets in Leipzig seem pretty pricey.)
We wouldn't hesitate to recommend Patrick's flat if you're looking for somewhere to stay centrally in Leipzig. (And if you're sensitive to noise, I'd say you probably don't really want to stay somewhere this central...)