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Baggholme Road LN2, Lincoln
Newly Refurbished Room - Bedroom
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Common Area
Newly Refurbished Room - Bedroom
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Baggholme Road LN2, Lincoln

Winn St, Lincoln, LN2 5EJ, United Kingdom
0 mi from City Center
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About the Property

Baggholme Road LN2, a student housing accommodation in Lincoln offers you a standard of living in a shared non-ensuite apartment. The property is just an 8-minute car ride away from the well renowned Bishop Grosseteste University and the University of Lincoln.

Features

Facilities like electricity, water, high-speed Wi-Fi, TV License, and Gas are all included in the rent bills. Apart from all of it, you do get to leverage a spacious living area, dining area, an apartment with premium furnishing, and also an excellent maintenance team as well. The apartment welcomes you with a comfortable double bed, a bedside table, a desk, a chair, a private shelf, also a 32-inch Television. You can work on your cooking skills anytime in the shared modular kitchen and let your roommates judge your dishes without shame.

Location and What's Hot?

There is always a need for a break, especially on a “not so-happening day”, to freshen up your mind and get all the stress away, you get a lot to explore within the locality. The Arboretum Park, Lincoln Guild Hall, and the Lincoln Museum are just a short ride away via car from the residence. You can get together and chill out with your friends in high-rated bars and pubs such as the Birdcage Pub Lincoln, The Dog, and Bone, and the Adam and Eve Tavern are just a short stroll away. For any medical emergency, Lincolnshire Co-op Monks Road Pharmacy is also a few blocks away from the residence.

Commute

As students, many of you might require a convenient mode of transportation as you will be moving to and fro often, whether it’s to your college or a party. All of it gets easier for you as the Telephone Exchange bus stop is a few blocks away and also the nearest bus stop within your locality.

What will you get

Common Amenities

Super fast Broadband Internet
Spacious Living Area
Dining Area
32 inch flat screen smart TVs
Premium furnishings
Excellent Maintenance team

Cancellation Policies (4)

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    Free booking cancellation in stipulated time
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    Free Cancellation if student visa is not secured
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Payment Policies (4)

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    Flexible payment terms
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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I Pay Council Tax ?

As you are a student, you should not pay Council Tax and you must remember to fill in this form as soon as you move into your new property.

Do I need a TV License?

Yes, a license is required to watch any programmes (even if you’re not watching on a TV)

Who protects my deposit?

Your landlord must protect your deposit using a tenancy deposit protection scheme. It must be a government approved deposit scheme!

Is Wi-fi included?

It depends on the property - it will be clear in the property description whether Wi-fi is included in the price. They also have partnered up with The Bunch to help you sort out yours bills.

How much are bills?

Landlords should be able to provide a rough idea of how much bills will be for the property. All-inclusive bills for properties is usually easier but more expensive than sorting them out yourself as there is a mark up or you pay a management fee. They can offer you a bills included package with every home on the platform

Can I sub-let my room?

Yes, the management platform allows subletting but make sure you have permission from your landlord! Or, ask them for advice.

Do I have to pay a 12-month contract?

Most of the landlords would prefer you entered into a 10-12-month contract. You can sublet through management when you’re not there if you’re strapped for cash. Some of the landlords are happy for shorter lets but please get in touch to ask whether that is the case!

How much is a deposit?

Typically, a deposit is one month’s rent. Or 3-5 weeks.

What is a guarantor? Do I need one?

Yes, you will need a guarantor. A guarantor is someone who agrees to pay your rent. For example, a parent or close relative. If you don't pay your landlord what you owe them, they can demand your guarantor to pay on your behalf. Please read your tenancy agreement or your separate guarantor agreements, which sets out the guarantor's legal obligations.

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Student Accomodations in Lincoln

Lincoln Student Accommodation

Finding suitable accommodation in Lincoln can be difficult, but it is not unattainable. Amber offers a variety of affordable accommodations in Lincoln with maximum comfort at a reasonable price. Many world-renowned universities, including the University of Lincoln, Bishop Grosseteste University, are located close to student homes in Lincoln.

Because the housing is all designed for convenience, there are several student houses in Lincoln for every type of student. Other choices for student housing in Lincoln include private student accommodation, privately managed halls, and university residence halls. The private student accommodation in Lincoln UK prices include bills and provides comfortable, luxurious, and economical en-suites, studios, and communal apartments. The best part about these accommodations in Lincoln is that they have excellent facilities and less maintenance cost. Students in Lincoln who are looking for short-term student halls in Lincoln have other options. This city makes booking accommodation easier than other cities in the UK.

About Lincoln

Nestled in the heart of the United Kingdom, Lincoln, a city rich in history and culture, stands as a testament to the blend of mediaeval charm and modern vibrancy. Situated in the East Midlands, this city boasts a landscape that seamlessly merges ancient architecture with contemporary urban living. Lincoln's history is a captivating narrative that unfolds through its mediaeval cathedral, iconic castle, and cobbled streets.

With a population that embraces diversity, Lincoln is a welcoming home for students from various walks of life. The city has emerged as an educational hub, hosting reputable universities such as the University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University. These institutions not only contribute to the academic prowess of the city but also provide a lively student community. Beyond academia, Lincoln offers green spaces and national parks, including the picturesque Hartsholme Country Park and the sprawling Whisby Nature Park. These natural havens provide students with the perfect escape to unwind and connect with nature.

For students considering Lincoln, the city's educational landscape is a compelling factor. The University of Lincoln, renowned for its research initiatives, and Bishop Grosseteste University, with its emphasis on teacher education, contribute significantly to the city's intellectual vibrancy. The seamless integration of academia and the city's historical charm makes Lincoln an ideal destination for students seeking a holistic and enriching educational experience.

Best Student Accommodation in Lincoln

Finding the best accommodation in Lincoln is a must when moving to a city, but this can be quite difficult for Lincoln students. There are plenty of options at amber for student housing in Lincoln, such as en-suites, non-suites, and student apartments in Lincoln. When booking with amber, you can pick from a wide selection of student housing in Lincoln and sort them according to their distance and price. No matter which Lincoln accommodation you choose, you will get bonus amenities in addition to your basic facilities. We've listed a few of the best student accommodations in Lincoln that are close to the leading universities in the area.

1. Danesgate House

2. Baggholme Road LN2

3. iQ Pavilions

4. iQ Hayes Wharf

5. Crosstrend House

6. Student Castle Lincoln

7. Pine Mill

8. College Mews

9. Gravity

10. Boultham Avenue LN5

Cost of Living in Lincoln

Living in the city entails an average weekly expenditure encompassing essential groceries like fresh produce, dairy items, and water. Over a few weeks, navigating the city's cost dynamics fosters valuable budgeting skills, providing a practical financial education for student housing in Lincoln. Mastering these nuances ensures a more seamless and economical experience, allowing individuals to efficiently manage their living costs in this vibrant urban landscape.

1. Food - £30-50 /month

2. Gas and Electricity - £150-200 /month

3. Internet and Mobile Phone - £25-40 /month

4. Dinner at a Restaurant - £30-100 /week

5. Laundry - £10-30 /month

6. Stationery and Textbooks - £20-40 /month

7. Clothing - £30-70 /month

8. Travel (Buses, trams, and Trains) - £20-70 /month

Student Travel Lincoln

When visiting Lincoln, there are numerous student housing in Lincoln, things to do, and places to eat and drink in the countryside. Everything is near student housing in Lincoln and within walking distance of the universities. Because most of the student housing in Lincoln is in the city centre, you only need the buses as a mode of transportation.

1. Bus: Stagecoach and PC Coaches are two local bus companies that operate out of Lincoln city centre seven days a week. Lincoln Bus Station is the hub for all county services and provides thorough information that helps you discover the proper service. It is located at St Mary's Street, LN5 7FD.

2. Trains: The railway station in Lincoln is located in the city centre's southern outskirts, within easy walking distance of the commercial and cultural districts. East Midlands Trains, Virgin Trains East Coast, and Northern Rail run daily services from Peterborough, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield, Doncaster, and London. Lincoln is about two hours from London's Kings Cross station. Lincoln Train Station is easily accessible from the city centre and provides daily direct services to Gainsborough, Sleaford, Newark, and beyond.

3. Cycle: Hire bike stations located throughout Lincoln to provide bikes for rent, allowing you to navigate the city's streets by bike. Stations in the city centre can be found on the Brayford Waterfront, opposite the Royal William IV pub, near Lincoln Central Train Station, on the University of Lincoln campus, and at St Marks Shopping Centre.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Lincoln

Lincoln, one of the world's major historic cities, is known for its blend of old and new. The city is a fantastic place to live and study because of its winning combination of a welcoming and active city centre and a landmark Cathedral Quarter, which provides a diverse range of attractions, activities, and services. The University's campus is located amid everything, and it offers a modern student-centred community with practically everything you will need on campus or a short walk away. There are numerous stores in and around the main town centre, a cinema, multiple bars and pubs, frequent events at the University, parks and grassy spaces to hang out with your friends, a castle, and a church.

Lincoln has a vibrant nightlife. For those who enjoy clubbing, Home is the largest club, with eight bars and six rooms, each offering a different genre of music, so there's bound to be something for you. The Engine Shed is Lincoln's largest live music venue, hosting live comedy and club nights. Gino's, an Italian restaurant in the centre of Lincoln, is well-known among the residents. You can expect kind service and excellent, authentic Italian cuisine. Steep Hill features many independent and vintage businesses, making it an intriguing walk with enough to see, see, and eat.

Lincoln Tourist Attractions

Lincoln has plenty to do, from admiring the remains of its Roman town gates and well-preserved Norman fortifications to visiting its lovely mediaeval houses. Lincoln is known for its wonderfully preserved ancient buildings, appealing parks, and green spaces. Among the popular attractions are:

1. Lincoln Cathedral

2. Lincoln Castle and its Magna Carta

3. Upper Town and Steep Hill

4. Brayford Waterfront

5. Historic Bailgate

Universities in Lincoln

When studying in Lincoln, you need to look out for universities that offer programs and courses in your areas of study. Some of the most esteemed universities in Lincoln are:

1. Bishop Grosseteste University
2. University Of Lincoln (Brayford Pool)
3. Lincoln College

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