Avalon court is a modern student accommodation development in the heart of the city centre of Nottingham. Flat 211 is a studio flat on the 2nd floor is let out on a 44 week contract generating £142.50 per week. The development has appeal for the modern student who seeks a luxury home during their time at University and provides a high quality, private study area as well as outstanding communal facilities such as a games room, cinema room, social rooms, bike store and gymnasium.
Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham's main campus are both within walking distance. Brilliant location for accessing transport, Nottingham train station is within walking distance, along with the trams and busses also being close by. This student complex benefits from having all of Nottingham's most popular bars and restaurants on its door step, along with the city centres principle shopping.
Communal access lift and stairs to all floors.
Open plan living space incorporating the bedroom area, separate shower room/W.C.
Communal facilities such as a games room, cinema room, social rooms, bike store and gymnasium.
Energy Efficiency Rating B
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
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