Lodge Farm
Property Ref: LF10
From £145 per person, per week
Rent includes gas, electricity, water, broadband and TV license.
Available 3rd July 2023

Lodge Farm

10 Bedroom House

Say hello to our premier property within our portfolio. This stunning 10 bedroom house is only a 10 to 15 minute walk to York University and 5 minute walk to Grimston Bar park and Ride.

 

 This house is set in mature gardens with fantastic views of the vale of York. Formerly a working farmhouse, this property offers only the very best for student accommodation. The kitchen was renovated a few years ago and it can only be described as fabulous.  It has an open plan layout incorporating a dining area plus a smart sitting area with large flat screen TV & leather sofas plus full size dining table.

 

The bedrooms vary in size, however they are all on the larger side, for example bedroom 10 is over 20m2 with kitchenette and en-suite - this room is very popular with couples.

 The bathrooms are some of the best we have within our portfolio. There's private off street parking for ten cars. This property is located in a fantastic position to access both the A64 & the A1079 Hull Road.

This is definitely a must see property.

Rent includes gas, electricity, water, broadband and TV license.

Location

University Of York      1.5 mi.

Hull York Medical School    2.6 mi.

York St. John University   4 mi.

Heslington East Campus   1.5 mi.

King's Manor   4 mi.

York District Hospital  3.8 mi.

Askham Bryan College 8.1 mi.

York Rail Station 3.7 mi.

York St John University
York St John University

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University of York
University of York

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York Railway Station
York Railway Station

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York St John University

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Energy Performance Certificate

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Energy Performance Certificates present the energy efficiency of dwellings on a scale of A-G. The most efficient homes - which should have the lowest fuel bills - are in band A. The certificate uses the same scale to define the impact a home has on the environment. Better-rated homes should have less impact through carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The average property in the UK is in bands D-E for both ratings.