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Very sorry to say, but once you sign the rental agreement, you are legally bound by the contract. The fact you viewed the property only online makes no difference.
Things often look different online to in person, but if the property is an advertised, then you are stuck with it, unless the landlord lets you out of the agreement early. which is unlikely.
That is something you would need to speak to the landlord about. With plenty of notice it is possible the will agree to that.
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