Student Homes in Pennsylvania, Exeter
Situated in the heart of the University of Exeter, student homes in Pennsylvania always see high demand from students ready to vacate halls without being far from the campus. Many of the houses here are late Victorian and Edwardian properties that have since been renovated with modern interiors, while others are homes from the 1970s that have since been updated for comfort and style.
Whether you need to do an all-nighter at the library, catch up with your friends on campus or get to practice for your sports club, you’ll only be a stone’s throw from the comfort of your own home. Plus, you’ll always be close to the Ram Bar for nights at the Students' Union. As well as the amenities on offer at the campus itself, you’ll always be able to stock up on supplies at the Co-Op Food on Pennsylvania Road.
Need to get out to the countryside for some peace and quiet before an exam? Soak up the stunning Devon countryside in Belvidere Meadows Nature Reserve just next to the Streatham Campus. Proximity with the university is an obvious pull, but at just a 10-minute drive or half hour walk, students living in Pennsylvania can get to Exeter’s thriving city centre for a spot of shopping or a pub crawl along Exeter Quay.
If you’d rather live somewhere else in Exeter, browse through our range of student homes in Heavitree or Newtown for more of a residential feel. Alternatively, check out our homes in the heart of the action in the city centre or Mount Pleasant.
UniHomes keeps searching for student homes in Pennsylvania, Exeter simple. Just tell us how many bedrooms you need your accommodation to have and we’ll point you in the direction of student homes that meet your needs!
Whether you’re looking at moving into a new place off-campus with a big group of friends or just want a two-bedroom house for you and your significant other to call home while studying at Exeter, we’ve got you covered. What’s more, the price you see on each listing includes utility bills, so you won’t have to worry about splitting funds for utilities or rising costs with energy usage!