Why Norwich’s Golden Triangle is Great for Students
A short distance outside of the city centre lies the area known to Norwich locals as the Golden Triangle. A residential area bordered by two main routes into Norwich city centre, Newmarket Road and Earlham Road, the Golden Triangle is a popular area for students of both the Norwich University of the Arts, and the University of East Anglia.
A friendly atmosphere makes the area home to families, professionals and students alike. With a diverse residential group also comes a diverse range of student properties. Students looking for accommodation in Norwich’s Golden Triangle have the options of three or four bed terraced homes and town houses, ranging through to beautiful old Victorian-era properties which have been converted into large student houses suitable for six or more sharers.
An evening out in the Golden Triangle provides plenty of options. Unthank Road, the central line running through the middle of the area features tonnes of shops, eateries, and bars. The range on offer is sure to cater to your needs, from a late-night pizza order, through to somewhere more upmarket for a special night out.
With a range of parks and cultural attractions nearby and the opportunity to mix with students from both universities, the Golden Triangle really is a winning location for students to live.
As one of Norwich’s most popular student areas, UniHomes have wide range of student accommodation in the Golden Triangle with all bills included in the weekly rent. Covering your electricity, water, gas and broadband bills, as well as a TV licence.