Introducing Brae Street
Brae Street Student Accommodation Overview
The Brae Street, is a fantastic Student Accommodation in Liverpool to live as a student. This student accommodation is located near some of the top universities. It's easy accessibility to such universities makes it a popular hub for domestic and international students. Throughout their stay at Brae Street, students can explore the vibrant city for entertainment and weekend activities.
Brae Street Location
Living at Brae Street in Liverpool makes it easier for students to travel to all the prime areas. Within a short distance, students can find the cityside lined with a variety of shops, restaurants, cafes, etc. Transportation is effortlessly available for students who want to travel to the city or their university. Railway stations & Bus depots are a few minutes away from Brae Street. Hospitals and health centres are conveniently located nearby.
Brae Street Features
This Student Housing in Liverpool offers modern en-suite rooms in shared apartment and studio categories. Each accommodation is stacked with a range of amenities, making students feel at home. These amenities include free wifi, kitchenette, study area, wardrobe, lounge area, gaming room, community area, and so much more. The accommodation is curated with expertise for a comfortable and economical stay.
Brae Street Student Accommodation Rooms
Students can pick from fully furnished and spacious flats. Brae Street is divided into different room types such as en-suite rooms, studios, private apartments, and much more. To increase comfort, this accommodation also has around the clock staffing with top-notch amenities.
Room Types in Brae Street
- Private Room
- Study desk and chair
|Move - In||Duration||Rent||Deposit|
|2023-09-01||51 week||£585 / month||£1|
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Brae Street FAQs
Yes, you will need a guarantor. A guarantor is someone who agrees to pay your rent. For example, a parent or close relative. If you don't pay your landlord what you owe them, they can demand your guarantor to pay on your behalf. Please read your tenancy agreement or your separate guarantor agreements, which sets out the guarantor's legal obligations.
Typically, a deposit is one month’s rent. Or, 3-5 weeks.
Landlords should be able to provide a rough idea of how much bills will be for the property. All-inclusive bills for properties is usually easier but more expensive than sorting them out yourself as there is a mark up or you pay a management fee.
Yes, a licence is required to watch any programmes (even if you’re not watching on a TV).
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