Why Earlsdon is Great for Students
A popular area for students of both universities in Coventry, Earlsdon stretches out from the southwest of the city centre all the way up to the edge of the University of Warwick campus. Historically significant as the birthplace of Frank Whittle, inventor of the jet engine, and famous in the 19th century for watch-making, Earlsdon is now a residential hotspot for families, professionals, and of course students.
Featuring studios, apartments and house shares, Earlsdon has become a student hotspot in Coventry. For students preferring a more private living situation, studio apartments and 1-bedroom or 2-bedroom flats are plentiful.
For large groups seeking a house share for the next academic year there are plenty of three-bedroom and four-bedroom properties spread across Earlsdon. There are also much larger houses, specially developed for groups of students, or individuals, seeking a more communal experience in private housing. These range anywhere from 5- or 6-bedrooms, all the way up to 10 or more.
With Butts Road to the north and Kenilworth Road to the south, Earlsdon is bordered by two efficient routes in and out of the city, making grabbing public transport a breeze. Earlsdon Avenue runs as a backbone through the district and is dotted with shops, restaurants and hang-out spots. There are also plenty of independent stores, express supermarkets for late night snack runs, and larger supermarkets available locally too.
UniHomes are here to help you find the very best student properties in Earlsdon. All properties on UniHomes are available with all bills included, covering electricity, gas, water, broadband and your TV licence – all within the weekly rent shown here.
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