St Andrew’s Gardens, Liverpool

Moor Pl, Liverpool, L3 5XA, United Kingdom
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17.6 mi from Chester
17.6 mi from City Center( 5h 45m. 1h 16m. 43m)
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Liverpool School of Tropical Me... | 0.1 mi
University of Liverpool | 0.3 mi
Liverpool John Moores Universit... | 0.3 mi
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About the Property

Situated at 21 Moor Place, St Andrew's Gardens, L3 5XA, stands as a beacon for students seeking convenient and comfortable living in the heart of Liverpool. Renowned for its array of room choices, the accommodation offers a range of options, including ensuites, non-ensuites, and 3, 4, and 5-bedroom apartments tailored to meet diverse preferences. Positioned strategically, St Andrew's Gardens Liverpool is a stone's throw from several esteemed institutions. The University of Liverpool, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, and Liverpool John Moores University are just a short walk away, providing easy access to academic pursuits for students residing here.


Liverpool, a city renowned for its historic landmarks such as The Beatles Story and Liverpool Cathedral, also takes pride in its accolades as an educational hub. Housing a significant student population and offering leisure activities, from music festivals to maritime adventures, the city is perfect for students who desire a balance between study and social gatherings. This maritime-heritage city on the banks of the Mersey is a perennial favourite for city breaks. Begin your visit to the waterfront's landmark Museum of Liverpool to delve into the city's history. Further along the river, you'll find the Albert Dock, a symbol of Liverpool's regeneration, and the Tate Liverpool Gallery, which hosts annual blockbuster exhibitions, including works by Lucian Freud and photographer Don McCullin.


Liverpool in the UK is a mecca for Beatles fans and hosts an annual "Beatles Week" each summer. In the leafy suburb of Woolton, you can visit the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, managed by the National Trust and preserved as they were in the 1950s. Back in the city centre, newer attractions include RLB360, offering a guided history of the Royal Liver Building, one of Liverpool's waterfront Three Graces. St George's Hall, a neoclassical landmark near Lime Street, has unveiled The History Whisperer, a new visitor experience exploring Liverpool's social history. Known for its friendly atmosphere and top-tier universities, Liverpool ensures a rewarding and memorable student experience. The St Andrew's accommodation Liverpool captures the essence of the city, offering a comforting abode with amenities like wifi, fully furnished rooms, and common areas that include a television lounge and games area, ensuring students feel right at home.

Features


The St Andrew's Gardens student accommodation offers a variety of ensuites, non-ensuites, and 3, 4, and 5-bedroom apartments with amenities designed to ensure a comfortable and convenient living experience for its residents. Each room features large and bright windows, providing ample natural light and creating a more spacious feel to the living space. Each room is furnished with a ¾ bed, offering a comfortable sleeping area that's more spacious than a single bed but compact enough to maximise room space. Storage needs are met with a wardrobe, allowing students to keep their belongings organised and their living area tidy. For academic pursuits, a desk and study chair are provided, creating a dedicated workspace for focused study sessions. The inclusion of a vanity unit and sink adds convenience, allowing for basic grooming and hygiene tasks without leaving the room.


St Andrew's Gardens Liverpool student accommodation provides a comprehensive set of common amenities to enhance the student living experience. High-speed 100Mbps* WiFi ensures students stay connected throughout the property. Social spaces include a communal lounge with a TV, perfect for relaxation and socialising. The St Andrew's Gardens accommodation Liverpool also features outdoor areas and a garden, offering green spaces for leisure and fresh air. For convenience, there's a laundry room, post-collection service, and on-site maintenance team. Parking is available for an additional charge. The property is self-catered, with a well-equipped communal kitchen featuring cookers, fridges, freezers, and microwaves. Some areas even have combination microwaves/ovens. The central location adds to the appeal, placing students close to essential services and attractions. Environmental consciousness is encouraged through recycling facilities. These amenities collectively create a supportive and comfortable living environment that caters to various aspects of student life, from daily practicalities to social interaction and study needs.

Location and What's Hot?

Living at St Andrew's student accommodation Liverpool means immersing yourself in a tapestry of cultural and academic vibrance right in the heart of Liverpool. At St Andrew's Gardens, you're surrounded by educational titans like the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University, and The City of Liverpool College, all within the 'learning district'. Picture this: you could be sipping a cappuccino at Bêkas Cafê and Cafe Marmalade or enjoying delicious meals at Happy Brother Canteen, Thaihee Korean Restaurant, and Mr Chilli London Road, just outside your door.


Craving a late-night snack or need to stock up on groceries? You're spoilt for choice with nearby convenience stores and eateries like Lidl, Taza Supermarket, and Sida Chinese Supermarket. For a fresh dose of greenery, your mind can unwind in the lush grounds of St. John's Gardens or by the iconic Albert Dock, both a short drive away from St Andrew's accommodation Liverpool. And if you're someone who appreciates art and history, the Tate Liverpool and the Museum of Liverpool are not just a place to visit but a part of your neighbourhood tapestry. Medical needs? No stress! The Royal Liverpool University Hospital is ready to serve. But let's not forget why you're here - the academics. Pub quiz night or study session? Whichever it is, you may just find it at The Philharmonic Dining Rooms or the Cambridge Pub - both amazing for a break and a quick catch-up with classmates. The St Andrew's Gardens Liverpool student accommodation sparks joy not just for its comfortable living spaces but also for the sheer convenience it offers. This blend of comfort, convenience, and culture truly defines St Andrew's Gardens student accommodation as a cornerstone of student life in this spirited city.

Commute

When residing at St Andrew's Gardens Liverpool, students can conveniently commute to various parts of the city, thanks to multiple nearby public transport options. With city life bustling around them, students can easily catch buses from prominent stops like Greek Street (Stop R) and Monument Place (Stop F), both offering extensive networks that connect to key destinations. For those who prefer rail travel, the centrally-located Liverpool Central Railway Station is readily accessible, linking to national routes. Moreover, for quick and efficient travel within the city, students can hop onto the Merseyrail services at Central Station, which is part of the city's extensive underground rail network. The advantageous setting of St Andrew's Gardens Liverpool student accommodation truly places the entirety of Liverpool within easy reach, facilitating not just academic commitments but also social and cultural exploration.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I live here?

You must be a full-time student, and be 18 years or older to live in the property. You can book with this property whether you have a conditional or unconditional offer. However, please be aware of the cancellation policy prior to booking should your place at university not yet be confirmed.

Are pets allowed?

No, pets are not permitted in the buildings.

Can I choose who I live with?

If you are applying to live with friends, please ensure that you enlist the details of friends that you would like to live with in the booking form with us.

Can I request to move rooms during my tenancy?

You would need to make a formal request to the accommodation team of the property you are residing at. If you request to move rooms during your tenancy please note there is a room move admin fee of 50.00, you would also be issued with new documents confirming the details of the room move. A room move would be impacted by the availability at the time of the request and if there is a waiting list for the requested room or flat type. Should your requested room move result in moving to more expensive accommodation then yourself and the Guarantor shall be liable to pay the higher rent from the date the Tenant is given access to the more expensive accommodation.

Do you provide summer accommodation?

Yes, the summer accommodation of the same provider usually opens around March.

Do I have to move out in the holidays?

No, your room is yours for the full contract period! You wont have to move out in the holidays, so you wont have to remove your belongings every term.

How do I book a viewing?

You can book a viewing of any selected property by sending us an email.

How do I cancel or re-arrange my viewing?

By dropping us an email for the same.

Can I book a room without a viewing?

Absolutely. However, we would always recommend booking a viewing wherever possible.

How long does a viewing take?

Usually up to 30 minutes. However, the sales team are always happy to spend as much time as is needed assisting you with your booking.

What will I be shown on my viewing?

All communal areas and room types requested (dependent upon availability).

I'm in a different country, how do I view a property?

All the properties of the provider have access to Skype option, so you can view a property from wherever you want. Just drop us an email the date & time that suits you and we would arrange a viewing for you.

What do I do if Im a first-year student and Im still waiting for my exam results?

If you are still waiting for your exam results and you are not sure whether your place at university is confirmed, don't worry! You can still apply if you like. You just need to ensure that if you do not get your place at the university, you let us know on your chosen property in writing a maximum of 3 days after the A Level results day, to cancel your booking. You must provide a UCAS letter to verify your change in circumstances. In this instance, you will receive a full refund of your deposit. If you don't let us know within 3 days, your tenancy agreement will remain in place, and you will be liable for the rent on your room for the entire contract period.

Can I book if Im under 18?

The bookings from students who are under 18 are accepted only if they will turn 18 in the first term of the academic year. Unfortunately, for health and safety reasons, applications from students who wont turn 18 in their first term are not accepted.

What is included in my rent?

All utility bills are included in your rent such as gas, electricity and water and unlimited wifi*. However, your TV license is not included and this is the sole responsibility of the resident as this is not classed as a utility.

Can I pay my rent from overseas?

You can pay your rent either online, or by bank transfer depending on your chosen property. Please note that if you make your payment using a credit card or an overseas debit card, you will be required to pay a surcharge of 1.5%.

Can I pay my rent weekly?

Weekly rent payments are not available. The largest instalment plan is 10, the total contract value is divided into 10 equal amounts and this is paid across 10 months.

What do I need to provide to be a guarantor? Who can be a guarantor?

  • Be a resident in the UK
  • Driving License
  • Be over 21 years of age
  • Be a homeowner or in full time employment)
  • Provide a copy of photographic identification, such as a passport, driving licence or ID badge
  • Provide a copy of proof of your UK address which must be less than 6 months old, such as a utility bill (e.g. electricity, water, gas, telephone), a bank statement or a Council Tax bill.

Can I move in before I pay my rent?

Students who are up to date with their rental schedule are only allowed to move in early.

What do I do if my student loan hasnt arrived yet?

There is no additional charge for the deferred payment plan for rebooking studentA deferred rent payment option is available for students paying their rent instalments with student finance. Please note the following steps in order to request a deferred rent instalment plan if you are student who has rebooked to live in this property. In order to defer your 1st, 2nd and 3rd rent payments you will be required to do the following:Provide evidence of your student loan finance schedule, showing when you will receive your 1st payment, please forward this by email to the property you will be living at in September. Make a payment of 2 weeks rent, 14 days prior to your contract starting, the date of your tenancy can be found on your tenancy agreement. The 2 week rent payment will be deducted from the 1st instalment and the remaining balance will need to be paid in line with the date your student finance will be paid. You will also need to advise if you wish to defer the date of the 2nd and 3rd rent payments in line with your student finance, this request also needs to go to your property team.

Do I need a guarantor?

If you wish to pay your rent in three instalments, you will need a uk guarantor. Your guarantor must be a homeowner or in full-time employment.

What happens to my deposit?

Your deposit is placed into a Deposit Protection Scheme, where it is held safely throughout the academic year.

When do I get my deposit back?

Your deposit will be returned to you after your tenancy agreement has ended and your room has been inspected. The amount returned to you will depend on any outstanding charges and any damages found in your room or the communal areas in your flat. Please see your tenancy agreement for more information. The deposit can take up to 30 days to get credited.
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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

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