Agnes Jones House, Liverpool

Catharine St, Liverpool, L8 7JZ, United Kingdom
per week
1.3 mi from City Center
1.3 mi from City Center( 26m. 23m. 10m)
View map
city center | 1.2 mi
Liverpool International College... | 0.1 mi
Liverpool Institute for Perform... | 0.2 mi
City of Liverpool College | 0.3 mi
Payment Instalment Plan
On-site Security
Launderette on-site
Bike storage
Contents insurance included
Bike storage
Launderette on-site
Fast internet (500Mbps+)

Offers (2)

  • Seamless UK Arrival: Unlock £155 Off with the Student Arrival Kit!
  • Exclusive Cashback Of £50 For Referring A Friend On Amber!

About the Property

Agnes Jones House is a vibrant yet pleasant student accommodation in Liverpool that offers studios, twodios, en-suites and non-ensuits. The property is located within a 3-minute walk from Liverpool International College and a 4-minute walk from Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, making it an ideal student housing.


Each room comes with a comfortable bed, a bedside table, a study desk & chair, a wardrobe, a shower and plenty of storage for your belongings. Wash and dry your clothes whenever you want as they have an on-site laundry room and stream without buffering on free high-speed Wi-Fi. You’ll also have bike storage to park your bike. Other common amenities include on-site security for your safety and security, flexible tenancy, no deposit, and contents insurance while all of your utility bills will be included in the rent.

Location and What's Hot?

The property is in easy access to several shops, pubs and restaurants. Let your inner party animal out at The Font and Riley’s Bar. Or you can have delicious dishes at The Quarter and The Art School Restaurant. On free days, you can visit popular tourist attractions such as Quirky Quarter, The Beatles Story and World Museum.


The property is well-linked to public transport in Liverpool. Falkner Street bus stop is just around the corner. To travel far away, you can reach Liverpool Central train station within just a 5-minute drive.


Located opposite the University of Liverpool’s south campus

Five minutes’ walk to the Liverpool John Moores University Mount Pleasant Campus

Five minutes’ walk to the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts

Two minutes’ walk to Co-op and Café Nero

Room Types

All (0)
What will you get
Your Rent Include
Bills Inclusive
Common Amenities
Contents insurance included
Bike storage
Launderette on-site
Fast internet (500Mbps+)

Payment Policies (5)

  • Booking Deposit
    Secure booking with this amount
  • Security Deposit
    Deposit property holds during the tenure
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    Flexible payment terms

Frequently Asked Questions

What's included in the rent?

This varies across residences. Please refer to the respective property pages and confirm with the site managers.

Do I need to pay council tax?

Full-time students are exempt from paying council tax. However, the tenant is liable for any council tax charges that may be incurred. For example, some councils may charge students out of term time.

What is provided in my room?

All our residences are furnished but you would need to bring your own bedding and kitchen utensils.

Can I bring my own electrical equipment?

For health and safety reasons, you are not allowed to bring certain electrical equipment. These include, among others, rice cooker, microwave, slow cooker, heater, fridge, dishwasher, humidifier, smoke machine, and electric blanket.

Where can I do my laundry?

All our residences have an on-site laundry room with washing and drying machines.

Can I bring my car?

Some of our residences have car parking facilities available for a small charge. Please confirm with the site managers.

Can I smoke in my room?

Smoking is not permitted in all our residences. It is against regulations and in breach of the contract if you smoke or permit someone to smoke inside the property.

Are pets allowed?

No pets, except registered assistance dogs, are permitted under the terms of the tenancy agreement.

Can I live at the property?

they accept bookings if you are over 18 so that the tenancy agreement will be legally binding. Unless specified elsewhere, you have to be a full-time student to live with us. If you turn 18 in the first semester of university, an adult over the age of 18 must be a co-signatory on your tenancy agreement.

Can I choose my room or live with my friends?

We'll try our best to accommodate your needs. Please let us know your preferences such as living with your friends or rooms in a certain floor.

How do I pay my rent?

You can pay your rent by recurring card payments or bank transfers. they will provide account details for bank transfers upon request. Please note that for properties in Hull, termly rent payments are required by direct debit or post dated cheque.

Can I pay in instalments?

You can pay in instalments if you have a UK guarantor or use the guarantor service provided by Housing Hand. If you do not have a UK guarantor, you will have to pay your rent in full in one upfront payment.

What is a guarantor?

A guarantor is a person aged 18 or above who takes joint financial responsibility for the tenancy and is liable to pay the rent if, for any reason, you are unable to pay the rents as they fall due. they have the right to pursue the guarantor for recovery of outstanding monies – therefore, it is important that your guarantor understands their liabilities.

Who can be a guarantor?

they may accept a person as a guarantor if he or she is: - over 18 years of age; - a resident in the UK for at least 12 months; and - in full time employment or be a homeowner. The guarantor will also have to provide a copy of photographic identification and a copy of the proof of address in the UK that is less than 3 months old.

What is Housing Hand?

Housing Hand provides a guarantor service for both overseas and UK students who do not have a suitable or qualified UK guarantor. Housing Hand charges a one-off fee that you will either pay up front at the start of your tenancy or in 8 instalments (if on a 12 month contract). For more information on eligibility and fees, please visit Housing Hand website from If you have any other queries you can contact Housing Hand directly by email, or telephone +44 (0) 207 205 2625.

What if I want to cancel by booking?

Please note that you do not have the right to cancel your tenancy once you have signed the tenancy agreement and so if you choose not to take it up, you will lose your deposit and any rent paid and will still be bound by the obligations of your tenancy agreement. Your landlord may be able to consider a cancellation request on a discrete basis, however it is by no means guaranteed that you will be able to cancel your tenancy and your landlord is not obliged to agree to do so. You can contact your property manager directly (by phone, email or in person) to discuss any cancellation request. You will find contact details for your property manager in your confirmation email and tenancy agreement.

In view of the COVID-19 situation, if you cannot travel owing to travel restrictions or if your universities / colleges are closed / have delayed the term start date due to the disease, you may request to postpone the start date of the 2020/21 tenancy accordingly at no cost. All you need to do is to provide the relevant information as soon as practicable.

Do you provide short term lets?

they may have some rooms available for shorter contracts.

Do you charge any booking fee?

No, they don't charge any booking fee.

How much are the deposits?

It varies across our residence. For some properties they don't take any deposits.

What happens to my deposit?

Your deposit will be placed into a deposit protection scheme such as Deposit Protection Service (DPS).

When do I get my deposit back?

Your deposit will be returned to you by the deposit protection scheme after your tenancy agreement has ended and your room inspected. The amount to be returned will be net of any outstanding charges and damage found in your room or the communal areas of your residence. Please refer to your tenancy agreement for further details. 

The deposit protection scheme will contact you to arrange the refund. You are expected to provide bank details and your deposit repayment ID (provided at the time of registering your deposit). The return of deposit can take about 30 working days. Please note that the refund is managed by the third party deposit protection scheme and not us.

Can I leave early?

Yes. However, you will still have to pay rent for the full tenancy period, even if you no longer live in our residence. Please speak to us and they may have a waiting list of people who would like to take over your tenancy.
Agnes Jones House, Liverpool
Lowest Price Guaranteed
We guarantee to match the price of your accommodation if you find an identical offer on another...
Learn More
Verified Properties
We guarantee that what you see on our website is exactly what you'll get.
24x7 Personal Assistance
For any doubts or queries, a quick call is all it takes - we're here to assist you promptly.
Trustpilot 4.8/5
We've earned an excellent rating from over 5000 students for our outstanding services.

Student Accomodations in Liverpool

Liverpool Student Accommodation

Searching for suitable student accommodation in Liverpool has become quite an easy task, given the number of students flying to the city every year. This has resulted in a rise of perfect student housing alternatives in Liverpool, which are close to the top-notch universities in the city.

Amber is committed to serving students with the best student accommodation in Liverpool, which is fully equipped with all the necessary and top-notch amenities and features. One of the best things about the Liverpool student accommodation is they are extremely close to universities such as University of Liverpool, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, John Moores University and other hotspots within the city. You can choose from a range of comfortable, luxurious, and affordable ensuites, studios, and shared apartments. Students can also choose from university-provided student houses or student halls in Liverpool. However, these student accommodations are expensive and may lack the features and other student benefits that private student accommodation in Liverpool provides such as St Andrew’s Garden, Agnes Jones House, City Point and many more. Also, they are likely to get filled faster than the private student housing in Liverpool because of the growing student population in the town.

About Liverpool

Located in Northwestern England, Liverpool is a city of passion, from music to football; its heritage is extremely rich in all aspects. The town was named the European Capital of Culture in 2008. Liverpool has a population of 70,000 and is one of the most loved student cities in the UK. Another highlight of the city is that it's a highly affordable place, especially for students, as it delivers top-notch student housing alternatives at pocket-friendly prices. The city has a strong cultural representation which students can explore through their many galleries and museums, which enlightens outsiders about the city’s glorious past. According to Guinness World Records, Liverpool is also the World Capital of Pop.

Over 2,500 students from all over the world visit the city each year because it is home to some of the best universities in the world. When talking about student housing in Liverpool, it is amongst some of the best places in the world for students because of its warm, welcoming people, smooth public transportation system, and good standard of living. With amber, you can find your ideal accommodation in Liverpool, where you can enjoy yourself while maintaining privacy.

Best Student Accommodation in Liverpool

Finding student accommodation in Liverpool can be a really challenging task for students if they are new to the city. It becomes even more challenging as there is a pool of student accommodation Liverpool alternatives to choose from. Apart from the other aspects that a student has to possibly worry about after moving to a new country, student accommodation should be the last of them. We all know how important it is for students to find their perfect place, a safe space for themselves to vent out and relax after a long and tiring day at the university. Amber helps students find their perfect Liverpool student accommodation with ease and from the comfort of their own homes with a three-step simple process of pick, pay, and book. Check out some of the best Liverpool student homes below:

  1. Paddington Park House
  2. The Bridewell
  3. City Point
  4. Benson Yard
  5. True Liverpool
  6. St. Andrew’s Gardens
  7. One Islington Plaza
  8. X1 The Edge
  9. Limelight
  10. Yugo Ablett House

Cost of Living in Liverpool

As a student living in a new city, keeping track of your expenses is essential. Your cost of living will depend on several factors, such as your Liverpool student accommodation rent, location of your student accommodation Liverpool, personal preferences, and spending habits. You can create an effective budget to manage your expenses in a better way. We have laid down the many expenses you might incur while living in Liverpool. Have a look.

1. Food and eatery: £150 to £500 per month

2. Travelling expenses: £20 to £150 per month

3. Leisure and entertainment: £50 to £350 per month

4. Stationery and textbooks: £80 to £100 per month

5. Internet & mobile phone: £50 to £80 per month

Student Travel Liverpool

While Liverpool universities cover the majority of the travel expenses for a few of its programs, the city is cost-effective for students who must bear travel expenses. You can get around Liverpool by bus, train, or tram, which are all readily available at all times, and they are reasonably priced. And many of these transportation services are located near student flats Liverpool. The city has systematically layed down the public transit, making it extremely easy for students to get from one point to another, making it efficient for students to travel back and forth from their respective universities. Also, being a reasonable option, it is extremely convenient for students as it doesn’t go too heavy on their pockets.

1. Bus: A single-day ticket costs around £2.20 and can be used on any bus operator's service within Merseyside and Halton. You can also choose a Liverpool PlusBus bus pass, significantly reducing local transportation costs. A few bus stops near student houses in Liverpool include Chapel Street (Stop EA) bus station, Old Hall Street (Stop CHA) bus station, and Moorfields Station (Stop MF) bus station.

2. Train: For just £34.40 per week, you can purchase a rail ticket that allows you to travel across all zones in the country. Train stations near Liverpool student homes that you can take include Moorfields, James Street, and Liverpool Central.

3. Cycles: Cycles are one of the best modes of transportation from your student accommodation in Liverpool to your university. It will be economical for you as well as being environmentally stable.

You can use your university's transportation pass to enjoy a discounted educational tour of Liverpool. Student accommodation in Liverpool is readily available near these well-connected transportation hubs, making it easier to travel to universities.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Liverpool

Students will have an amazing time in Liverpool, with so much to see and explore. Concert Square is the best place to go if you're looking for understudy discounts, popular music, and various clubs. Understudy hotspots include Baa Bar, Level, and Black Rabbit. Keep Stanley Street in mind for various LGBT+ bars and dance clubs. Camp and Furnace, Hangar 34, and 24 Kitchen Street are the places to be if you want to enjoy live DJs. The Invisible Wind Factory on Regent Street also hosts events on the weekends, including live music acts. If you have an unusual event or want to raise the stakes, go to Seel Street or Berry Street.

The world's driving music specialists perform at the 11,000-seat M&S Bank Arena on the world-famous waterfront. The O2 Academy, despite its smaller size, hosts famous live events regularly. If you prefer a more elective sound, go to LEAF, the Shipping Forecast, or the Arts Club to see artists in action. Traditional music fans should not miss the incredibly famous Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Chief Conductor and Distinguished Professor of the University of Liverpool, Vasily Petrenko. What is noticeable is that all the places above can be found at a small distance from the student accommodation in Liverpool, which is the best as it wouldn’t take too long for students to get anywhere. A few other famous spots in the city that you can explore include the Liverpool Beatles Museum, British Music Experience, Walker Art Gallery, and The Royal Albert Dock.

Liverpool Tourist Attractions

Liverpool has a rich cultural heritage and an extensive historical background. There are many attractive spots and places in Liverpool that students can explore and experience. Whether you love art, history, beaches, nature, or sports, there’s something for everyone in the city. Also, many of the popular tourist attractions are located near student apartments Liverpool. We have listed a few of them below:

  1. Anfield Stadium
  2. Eureka! Science + Discovery
  3. Lady Lever Art Gallery
  4. The Beatles Story
  5. Merseyside Maritime Museum
  6. Goodison Park
  7. Liverpool Central Library
  8. Liverpool Football Club
  9. World Museum
  10. Mersey Ferries

Universities In Liverpool

Student housing in Liverpool is situated near the top universities in the city, making it easy for students to travel to and from their universities without any hassle. The city welcomes thousands of students every year who come to pursue a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across disciplines. Some of the top universities in Liverpool are:

1. University of Liverpool

2. Liverpool John Moores University

3. Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts

4. Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

amber © 2024. All rights reserved.
4.8/5 on Trustpilot
Rated as "Excellent" • 5000+ Reviews by students
Get the app
Payment Options
Contact us
Follow us on