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Stuhomes Station Court, London
Classic Ensuite - Bedroom
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Stuhomes Station Court, London

High Rd, London, N15 4NU, United Kingdom
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Bike storage
laundry facility

About the Property

Station Court , located on High Rd N15 4NU, is a fantastic student accommodation in London option that offers a comfortable and convenient living experience. With its prime location, students can easily access the nearby transport links and attractions in the city. The facilities and services provided at Station Court London accommodation cater to the needs of students, ensuring that they have a home away from home. Station Court London is a stylish student accommodation in London that will make you feel at home. They provide some of the best classic ensuite options in town. University of Arts, London, as well as London Metropolitan University, are also in close proximity to these student apartments in London.

Because you're so near to the city centre, you'll have easy access to a range of stores, pubs, and restaurants - ideal for those rare days off, shopping centres, and other local amenities. Station Court London features excellent amenities and 24-hour staffing to promote comfort. Known for its rich history, culture, and landmarks, such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and the London Eye, it is a popular destination for tourists. London is also a major global centre for business, finance, and arts, making it an attractive destination for students and professionals from all over the world. With its world-class universities and thriving job market, it is an ideal place for students to study and for young professionals to start their careers. Filled to the brim with artefacts and little nuggets of history, students in London can surely spend their days exploring the immense amounts of things to do in London. So, why not come and check it out for yourself and experience the great student living that Station Court London has to offer?


The rooms at Station Court London accommodation come well equipped to fulfil all your student housing needs. All their classic ensuites are fully furnished and ready to be lived in. The room has a comfy bed to get your eight hours of sleep in, as well as desk chairs to help you burn the midnight oil studying before a big exam. The wardrobe and under-bed storage are perfect for you to store your personal belongings neatly. The chairs, curtains, and desk give this student accommodation in London the finishing touches it needs.

The accommodation also has some really worthwhile common amenities, such as a social space and communal study space to spend some quality time with friends and roommates. The bike storage is in place so you can avoid worrying about where you’ll keep your bicycle. The on-site laundry ensures that your clothes remain fresh and clean, while the fast-speed dual-band Wi-Fi means that you will always be well-connected to the outside world. All your essential bills, such as gas, electricity, dual-band Wi-Fi, water and heating, are included in the rent you pay every month.

Location and What's Hot?

For those times when you need to go out and quickly restock the fridge or send a package home, you'll be right close to the main road with banks, eateries, shops, and post offices all nearby to Station Court London. There are tons of things to do in London, and they are all easily accessible via this accommodation due to its proximity to the city centre. Students living here will also be close to important universities such as London Metropolitan University and Loughborough University (London Campus).

Explore amazing food by visiting nearby restaurants like Bom Pecado, Nation Foods, and Rose Cafe and Restaurant. The best part is that you are in LONDON! London is a vibrant and exciting city that has a lot to offer students, and the student life is to vouch for. You'll find a ton of interesting sights and landmarks to explore, like the museums, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, and the Tower of London. If you're into art and culture, you're lucky because London is home to a number of world-class museums and galleries like  Natural History Museum, The British Museum, and the Museum of London. The food scene is amazing, with a diverse range of cuisine at some of the most quirky restaurants and cafes, such as Bom Pecado, Nation Foods, and Tasti London. available and street food markets that you have to try. Oxford Street, Camden Market, and Westfield London are some of the most popular places to shop. When the sun goes down, the city comes alive with a thriving nightlife scene that features clubs, bars, and live music venues. And let's not forget about the cultural events and festivals, as well as the opportunities to catch a game at one of the city's many sports stadiums. Whether you're into academics or just looking for some fun, London has something for everyone!


Station Court London is perfect for students who want to travel to the city or their university. Transportation is easily accessible. Located in the Tottenham neighbourhood of north London, Seven Sisters tube station is just a five-minute walk away and offers quick access to downtown London via the Victoria Line. In addition, this student accommodation in London is also just right around the corner of bus stops such as South Tottenham Station (Stop TC) and South Tottenham Station (Stop TD).

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Dual-Band Wi-Fi

Common Amenities

Social Space
Communal Study Space
Bike Storage
On Site Laundry
Dual-Band Wi-Fi

Cancellation Policies (3)

  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
  • Replacement Tenant Found
    This property allows cancellation upon finding replacement tenant.
  • Other cancellation policies
    General cancellation policies may apply to this property.

Payment Policies (4)

  • Security Deposit
    This property requires security deposit.
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can book a room?

This accommodation is only for full time students over 18 years old.

How much is the booking fee and what happens to it?

They does not charge a booking fee, but you will be required to pay a deposit to secure the accommodation, which is refunded to you at the end of your tenancy.

When will I receive my tenancy agreement?

Yes you are entitled to cancel your booking but they will need you to provide proof for this.

What type of rooms are available?

They have room types to meet all needs and budgets and the most popular types are Ensuites which are rooms with bathrooms but where you share a kitchen with up to 6 other residents. And their Studio rooms have their own private kitchen and bathroom.

How do I make a payment?

Payment information will be provided to you in the invoice and the contract. And you will be able to make the payment in three ways, including via a payment link on the invoice, a bank transfer or through their website.

What deposit do I need to pay, and is this put into a scheme?

They charge a £500 deposit to secure the accommodation which will be held in the Government backed Tenancy Deposit Scheme and returned to you at the end of your tenancy.

What payment options are available?

They offer residents the option to pay in full, and get a discount, or make up to four equal payments. Please note that paying in instalments will incur additional charges and interest.

When will I receive my Tenancy Agreement?

You will receive your Tenancy Agreement after you have paid the deposit.

When will I know my room number?

Depending on which property you book your room number will be in the Tenancy Agreement or in the Confirmation Letter.

Can I move in before my contract starts?

It is possible but depends on availability. They would advise you to check before you make any arrangements.

Which room types are suitable for double occupancy?

Some studios are suitable for double occupancy, but the additional occupant must be a full-time student at a UK educational Institution. And there will be an additional £50 per week charge for the extra occupant. Their sales team will be able to let you know their availability at the time you want to book.

I have booked a room but failed to obtain a visa, can cancel my booking?

Yes, you are entitled to cancel your booking, but they will need you to provide proof of your visa being rejected. The Tenancy Agreement outlines their cancelation policies.

Cancelation Policy?

Both parties can cancel a booking. They can cancel a booking if the Deposit and Tenancy Agreement are not received within the timeframe given in the booking instructions and students can cancel if their visa is rejected. The refund policy is outlined in the booking instructions and the Tenancy Agreement.

Can They arrange an airport pick up?

They can arrange an airport pick up for you or a group and you can make the payment for the taxi to pick you up from the airport when you book your accommodation.

What documents to present on arrival?

Please ensure you have your ID and booking confirmation letter to present on your arrival.

Is there a parking area?

Unfortunately, none of their accommodations have private parking for residents. However, there will be some arrangements made to support the check–in process and parking spaces arranged for new arrivals at some of their accommodation. Please contact your accommodation for more information.

Do you provide bedding & kitchen utensils?

When you book your accommodation, you will be given the option to add a bedroom and kitchen pack. Once you have made the payment, they will arrange for these to be delivered to your room on your chosen date.

How can I order a taxi?

The team on reception cannot order a taxi on your behalf. They recommend you download the Uber / Bolt apps to order your taxi, which you can do my adding credit and debit cards as well as PayPal, Venmo, digital wallet and Uber gift cards.

Can I send my parcels/belongings before my check in?

You can but they do have limited storage space, so they request you coordinate your deliveries with your arrival date or no more than one day before your arrival.

How do I access the building and my room?

On arrival you will be issued with a credit style room key, that will open the main doors to the building and your room.

Can I access the accommodation 24 hours a day?

All their accommodations are open 24h / 7 days a week using your entry key. There will be someone at reception 24 hours a day to help you.

What are the room sizes and bed sizes?

Room and bed sizes are explained on the website.

Can change rooms or residences?

Yes, you can depend on availability.

How do I connect to the internet?

You will find instructions on how to connect to the internet at your accommodation in the Residents Handbook, the welcome email or by asking the team on reception.

Do I need a tv license?

If you only watch on-demand or catch-up programmes through streaming services like Netflix, then you do not need a TV licence - unless you're watching BBC programmes on iPlayer.

How many people share the kitchen?

If you are renting an Ensuite Room, you will be sharing a kitchen with up to 6 residents.

What is included in the room?

All their studio rooms include kitchenette, with a microwave, kettle and toaster, bathroom, study space, wardrobe, bed, and mattress. Ensuite rooms include bathroom, shared kitchen, study space, wardrobe, bed, and mattress.

Are bills included in the rent?

The rent is inclusive of gas, electricity, and internet connection to your room and in all the public areas of the building.

Is there an oven?

The shared kitchens with their Ensuite rooms have an oven but their Studio rooms don’t have an oven but do have a microwave, that has an oven setting.

Is there air conditioning?

Unfortunately, their rooms do not contain air conditioning, but you can borrow a fan from the team at reception.

What is Council tax?

Council tax is what UK residents pay the government to maintain things like road and street lighting, street cleaning and rubbish collection. Students are exempt from this charge once a letter proving their student status is sent to the relevant Government department. When you arrive you will be asked to provide proof of your student status, which you must provide otherwise you might have to pay the tax.

Are pets allowed?

Unfortunately, you are not allowed to keep any pets in your room or in any of the shared living spaces.

Can I have a guest over?

Yes, you are allowed to have friends over. However, each accommodation has a different guest policy, so check the Residents Handbook or ask the team at reception as you may need to sign in your guest using the onsite resident’s portal.

Who is responsible for room cleaning?

You are responsible for keeping your room clean and tidy. Their rules in relation to removing rubbish and ensuring food is properly stored can be found in the Residents Handbook.

Can I request room cleaning services?

You can pay for your room to be cleaned on a weekly basis or from time to time. The team on reception can give you more details.

Can I change my shower head?

Yes, you can, but please inform your accommodation and ask for assistance from the maintenance team.

How do raise maintenance requests?

To report any fault please report it to reception. Some of their accommodations may provide an app where you can report any maintenance issues.

Can I sublet my room and what is the procedure?

Yes, you can sublet your room. There are a few requirements before you do so. All your outstanding payments should be completed. Subletting fee of 250.00 + VAT submitted. Subletting student must be studying in UK and be over 18 years of age.

Can I extend my stay?

Yes, you can request an extension of a minimum of 1 week’s stay.

What do I need to do before leave?

Once you know your check out date, let us know and they’ll get the paperwork ready. And be sure to leave your room as you found it, take all your belongings, and dispose of all rubbish!

What time do I need to check out by?

You need to check out of your room by 10am on the end date of your tenancy as they may need to clean your room for another check in the same day.

What if I want to move out early?

Should you wish to leave before the end of the period stated in the agreement, put it in writing and they’ll let you know what options are available to you. However, given the Tenancy Agreement is a legally binding document you will need to pay rent until your tenancy expires.

When do get my deposit back?

Your deposit will be returned to you within 28 days after the end of your Tenancy Agreement. The money will be paid back to you by the Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS). Damage to your room, beyond normal wear and tear, missing items from the inventory or additional cleaning will result in you being charged and the amount will come out of the deposit.

How should I leave my room when move out?

You should leave your room as clean and tidy as possible. Make sure you remove all your belongings and ensure all rubbish is placed in designated refuse areas. Damage to your room, beyond normal wear and tear, missing items from the inventory or additional cleaning will result in you being charged and the amount will come out of the deposit.

Can I get a landlord reference?

Yes, they are happy to provide you with a landlord references, speak to the team on reception about this to see how they can help you.

I left something behind in my room, what do I do?

When their specialist cleaners carry out deep cleaning of each room at the end of the tenancy, any valuable items or documentation will be passed to the team at reception who will contact you to arrange collection.

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