Originally used as a Sherriff’s Courthouse, this period property will undergo an extensive refurbishment and restoration program to bring the quality of the residence in-line with the standards now expected from today’s more consumer-focussed students, whilst incorporating many of the original features to retain its individuality and stand-out from other new-build developments in the area.
Comprising 122 self-contained rooms and an impressive range of communal facilities, students can choose between three different studio sizes to suit their individual level of budget. Listed as; Studios, Premium Studios and Deluxe Studios, every room is en-suite and includes kitchenette facilities and furniture, each of which will be competitively priced in-line with the local rental market.
Built over four floors, St. Andrew’s Court has disabled access on every level and all communal facilities are located on the ground floor, to ensure they can be enjoyed by all students living at the residence.
The height of luxury, even by the standards now expected of private student accommodation, St. Andrew’s Court is more reminiscent of a four-star hotel than a student residence. The inclusion of a gymnasium, two lounge areas and a communal entertainment lounge, in addition to on-site laundry facilities, secure bicycle storage, concierge service and private courtyard, all combine to elevate this boutique property to another level.
Reassured by the knowledge that they will be living in a fully-managed property which includes the security of a full-time caretaker, CCTV and secure door-entry system, it is expected that interest from students will be high and investors are advised to register their interest quickly, in order to secure the best units.