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Viewing private residential halls for students

Posted on May 9, 2016 by kristine in Private Halls, Student Halls

While there is no particular time of year for people to view private residential halls for students, growing numbers of these halls are now staging open days for potential tenants to see what they can enjoy.

There’s been a rapid growth in the number of private halls for students in recent years as developers build new halls or convert halls into what are well-appointed accommodation blocks with lots of impressive facilities.

Most of these halls are located close to a University campus and also near to shops, restaurants and bars in a city centre.

It’s also important to appreciate that private residential halls for students generally include fast broadband and all of the student’s utility bills so it’s easier for them to budget.

Some halls also include contents insurance as extra peace of mind even though they probably have security provision and a manned reception desk.

Private halls for students generally consist of ensuite rooms

Private halls for students generally consist of ensuite rooms which include a shower room and a comfortable double bed. There’s also lots of storage, a living area and a fully fitted shared kitchen; some halls have a kitchen included in the studio apartments.

One particular private halls for students which is advertising its open days is also promoting its social spaces where there is provision to meet friends and chill out with fellow residents with a TV room and a games room complete with pool table.

This facility also has outdoor courtyards with sun-traps for those who like to enjoy the sun shine. They also offer flexible start dates and tenancies of between 42 and 50 weeks in duration.

Private halls for students

However, what really caught our eye here at is that this private halls for students detailed many of its attractions with a simple list.

We’ve already mentioned the outdoor and indoor social spaces and Wi-Fi but the halls also provide on-site management and maintenance as well as a variety of organised social events for tenants to enjoy.

There’s also bike storage, a parcel receiving service, a laundry facility and recycling facilities.

Indeed, private residential halls for students will continue to grow in popularity as students appreciate the mod cons and convenient location of their home for their university studies and while there’s a lot to recommend them, the open days will illustrate exactly why they are the choice of so many students today.


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