Finding quality short term student rentals in British university cities can be a hassle. Especially studios without leaky windows, out dated communal kitchen, and shared bathrooms. So what do you do if you come to Chester to study for a semester or on an exchange program and have a limited budget?
Northgate Point is a brand new student accommodation close to Chester University. Just 0.7 miles from campus to be exact. It opened its doors to tenants for the first time in 2016, so all the facilities are modern and fully up to date when it comes to facilities and interior.
Northgate Point offers short term student rentals in Chester with sizes ranging from 20 m2 and all the way up to 43 m2. So whether you prefer the privacy of your own studio or to get social with a few flatmates is completely up to you. Regardless of what you choose all apartments and studios come with en-suite bathroom with shower and fully equipped modern kitchen. They all come fully furnished with sleekly designed contemporary interior and furniture, such as a double bed, 40” flatscreen TV in all bedrooms, ready to access high speed WiFi, comfortable study space/desk, plenty of storage space, and everything else a student needs to feel at home during the semester.
What makes these student studio apartments in Chester unique are the way you rent them. You start by paying a £1 (one pound!) booking fee. And after that all you have to pay is a set monthly fee. This fee includes your rent, ALL utilities (such as electricity, heating, water, etc.), internet, TV licence, basic content insurance, and access to the on-site laundry. So the price you see on the website is the one you are going to pay. It’s ALL-INCLUSIVE with no hidden or extra bills, and no annual recalculations. — In other words, there will be no surprises.
Northgate Point’s studio apartments in Chester for students breaks with the norm of old British student dormitories and crammed attic rental rooms. They feature plenty of space and light from multiple windows for a modern looking and feeling studio apartment. Designed according to contemporary design principles, the already spacious studios feel even larger than their square metre counts. So you will easily have more than enough space to feel at home from the moment you step in the door and throughout the semester(s).
The best place to live in Chester if you are a student is close to the university and to the city centre. The city offers plenty of experiences and activities for students, from sporting, art galleries, and performances, to night life, cafés, and restaurants with student friendly prices. Northgate Point is walking distance from both campus and the city centre, so residents never have to worry about catching the last bus home in the middle of the fun. It’s also placed right in between the university campus and the central train station, so budget travel to the UK’s most interesting destinations are readily available too. And for international students needing to travel home over the holidays or semester breaks, both Manchester and Liverpool Airport are just around 40 minutes away.
You can read more about Northgate Point on https://studentfm.co.uk/student-accommodation-in-chester/