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Student accommodation Show flat now open for 17a Christchurch Road Bournemouth.
Studying in Bournemouth this September? Then why not be one of the first to experience our brand-new student accommodation? Our Bournemouth student accommodation show flat is now open.
See what 17a Christchurch Road has to offer by visiting our Show Flat at 54 Holdenhurst Road. When 17a Christchurch Road opens in September students studying in Bournemouth will get to experience brand-new; high-quality, hassle-free student living in a modern, safe and secure environment.
Choose your Bournemouth student room:
You can choose from an en-suite bedroom to a private studio. With a mix of four to ten-bedroom student flats, all with private en-suite bathrooms and a shared living and kitchen area. Prefer a little more privacy? Opt for one of our self-contained student studio rooms. Combined with ample shared social spaces, 17a Christchurch Road provides you with the best of both worlds.
Sounds good? Why not pop into our show flat at 54 Holdenhurst Road and see the quality of accommodation you can enjoy. Our show flat is just a 5 minute walk from 17a Christchurch Road. We’ll be there to show you around. Answer any questions, and provide you with everything you need to know about living with us.
Where to find us:
You’ll find the student accommodation Show Flat at 54 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, BH8 8AQ. For more information about our new student accommodation in Bournemouth, or to book a viewing, contact us on +44(0)1202 237 750 or at email@example.com.
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