Heald Court

From: £ 149.00

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51 bedrooms Heald Grove

Your new home in Heald Court is located just south of the city centre. Jump on your bike and get to the University of Manchester and Manchester Business School in seven minutes. Take the bus to Manchester Metropolitan University and Royal Northern College of Music, and you will be there in 10 minutes. Manchester College an INTO Manchester are a 15 minutes bus ride away from your apartment so you will never need to wake up too early to get to your morning classes!

If you prefer to drive to your university, you can leave your car in the free parking spaces, when you get home.

On a sunny weekend, walk in to the city centre and admire the Victorian buildings in Manchester and learn about the city's industrial past at the Museum of Science and Industry. Keep your eyes open, while you are walking as you might bump into one of the starts of Coronation Street.

Take your friends and get caught up in the local football madness watching a match at Old Trafford and book tickets for a late night show at Sound Control, a famous three-story venue featuring live gigs every week.

At the end of a day of lectures and tutorials, make yourself home in one of Heald Court’s en-suite rooms and catch up on reading in the spacious work area.  Your en-suite room is fully furnished with a small double bed, wardrobe as well as your own en-suite bathroom so you never need to wait in the queue to take a shower. You will have plenty of place for privacy with the added bonus of easy socialisation.

Hang out with flatmates in the common area and have a lie on the comfy sofa while watching your favourite series on the flat-screen TV.

When it is time for dinner, make something easy in your modern, fully-equipped kitchen. There is a worldwide food store nearby your apartment and plenty of storage place in the kitchen for your groceries. If you are not in the mood for cooking, just walk down to Curry Mile and try some of the best spicy food in the country.

A dedicated and friendly on-site Hospitality and Maintenance team complete the package, always on hand to help you. 24/7 and key fob access also give you total peace of mind!

Feel free to check out our City Guide and get in touch for more information.

 

Shared apartments
51 Bedrooms
Bathrooms
  • Available From
  • 04/09/2021
  • Available Until
  • 27/08/2022
  • Booking Fee Applicable
  • No
  • Smoking Policy
  • Smokers NOT allowed
  • Pet Policy
  • Pets NOT allowed
  • Bills Policy
  • Bills Included
  • Furnished
  • Fully Furnished
  • Garden
  • No
  • Parking
  • Yes

From: £149.00

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Bronze 3/5 bed ensuite
Shared apartment
  • Available From
  • 04/09/2021
  • Available Until
  • 27/08/2022
  • Tenancy length
  • 51 weeks
  • Summary
  • Private room with double bed, desk and chair, storage space. Shared bathroom, kitchen and living area.

From: £149.00

Weekly
Classic 5 bed ensuite
Shared apartment
  • Available From
  • 04/09/2021
  • Available Until
  • 27/08/2022
  • Tenancy length
  • 51 weeks
  • Summary
  • Private room with double bed, desk and chair, storage space. Shared bathroom, kitchen and living area.

From: £158.00

Weekly

Location:

One of the most heavily populated areas in the UK with a reported figure of 2,550,000 people living in the city. The city is reported to date back as far as 79 AD and is one of the oldest recorded settlements in the UK. The city is also one of the most popular cities in the UK for students to go to study.

Culture:

The city of Manchester has a very long history and the city takes the history very seriously and you can tell just by looking around all of the museums that they have littered around the city. Some of the museums include; the National Football Museum, the Imperial War Museum North and Manchester Art Gallery, all of which are affordable and accessible to all members of the public.

There are a number of cinemas in the city too which show the latest in Hollywood films right now, including; Odeon (With it’s own IMAX Screen too), AMC 16 Cinema and Showcase Cinemas, however, those looking to see more independent features should join one of the city’s many film societies.

There are a number of famous people from Manchester too including; Noel Gallagher, Liam Gallagher, Shaun Ryder, Bernard Hill, Ian Mcshane and Lisa Cross.

Nightlife:

The city of Manchester is awash with things to do, and the nightlife is one of the many examples of that! You can check out some of the amazing things to do in Manchester below as we’ve compiled a list of three places that we think could be right up your street, we recommend that you check them out.

First up we have Sankeys, one of the most popular clubs in the whole of Manchester, with it’s exclusive live acts, wonderful atmosphere, amazing music, great drinks and friendly staff, you’ll want to be coming back time and time again to strut your stuff on the dancefloor. We recommend this one very highly!

Secondly, we have The Milton Club, the club that has the true VIP experience, you’ll feel like a real celebrity as you try some of the best cocktails, VIP areas, DJ sets and photography that money can offer! You’re going to be talking about this club for some time!

And finally, coming with it’s own shisha aera is the nightclub The Bijou Club, the club that has everything you need! Low lights can be off-putting for some, but not here; everything here glows in the dark and the whole club is something out of this world! It has to be seen to be believed.

Activities:

The city has a number of things that they do to keep the community together, but the main activity that is run is that of the Manchester International Arts Festival, which has before featured some of the best in upcoming opera (Such as Damon Albarn’s Dr. Dee) or some of the best from film and various other events. Grab your tickets right now; you’ll love this festival!

Transport:

The transport in Manchester is very efficient, with it’s own tramway system, bus services and cycle paths which are also complemented by a train station too. Manchester is also home to the third busiest airport in the UK, which is good if you’re looking to take a mini-break abroad at any point.

Source, University Compare

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