Student Homes in Chesterton, Keele
It may be slightly further afield, but the attractive landscapes and cosy atmosphere in the area makes Chesterton a popular hotspot for students studying at the University of Keele.
A regular bus service takes students back to the campus in just over 10 minutes, stopping at Knutton on the way – making getting to lectures a breeze. Plus, you’ll never be too far from friends living at the university itself or in its neighbouring town of Newcastle-under-Lyme. The spacious and green environment attracts locals, but the pleasant community vibe makes this close-knit town feel like home to students.
Wolstanton Road in Chesterton keeps students supplied with groceries (and takeaways), and local pubs such as the Roebuck Public House are dotted around the neighbourhood. Follow the street down to find the golden arches of McDonald’s – a staple in every student diet! For the budding Tiger Woods’ amongst you, Wolstanton Golf Club is situated in Chesterton, offering residents the chance to put their putting skills to the test.
Student accommodation in Chesterton ranges from modest 1-bedroom apartments to 4-bedroom town houses that allow for larger groups to settle in without feeling cramped or cooped up.
If you’re the outdoorsy type, we recommend living in Chesterton for its charming landscapes – you certainly won’t be stuck searching for running routes here! The cost of rent tends to be cheaper, allowing students to save for big nights out in the nearby towns of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Hanley.
At UniHomes, we proudly offer students a range of properties to suit their every need. Looking for a student home in Chesterton? Check out our selection of modern apartments, terraced and semi-detached houses that all come fully furnished and with the cost of utility bills packaged in as part of the rent. Budgeting is made easy as there’ll be no hidden costs to worry about in the future! If Chesterton isn’t for you, don’t worry – we’ve got plenty of student housing options throughout Keele and the neighbouring towns.