Three student flats available for rent in Aberdeen
It’s that time of year again, term has just finished for summer and the flat hunting process has begun; a time which can cause stress and worry for both students and parents alike. However, to make life a little easier for students, we have selected three wonderful and reasonably priced properties available to rent in the Aberdeen area, perfectly suited for those in higher education.
Forming part of a traditional granite building, this ground floor five-bedroom flat offers a spacious communal kitchen and living area with bright décor and plenty of natural light. Each room is fully furnished with modern laminate flooring, creating a warm homely feel.Centrally located on Craigie Street, only minutes away from Aberdeen College and well located for Aberdeen University, this flat boasts a location that meets the needs of students studying in different institutions. There are also excellent transport links nearby offering connections to other parts of the city.
Perfect for three students sharing, this three-bedroom flat comes with a modern fully equipped kitchen, bright double bedrooms and a bathroom with a shower. The property is very conveniently located for Aberdeen University, being on one of the main streets in the city, King Street.The local bus routes are easily accessible, as well as everything else the city centre has to offer, including cafes, shops, and bars.
You don’t get much closer to the University of Aberdeen than this cosy flat situated on a peaceful stretch of Dunbar Street. Ideal for post-graduate students or those who like their own space, its top-floor location means it’s the perfect place for studying, with large dormer windows offering plenty of light.Fully furnished with a kitchen, living room, bathroom, and double bedroom, it also features a well-kept communal garden to the back. Close to all that the university area and Old Aberdeen has to offer, it provides a great base for students who like to be in the heart of things.
Which of these flats is your favourite?