£21,000PCM student flat! More proof London is a crazy place!

£21,000PCM student flat! More proof London is a crazy place!

1 of the 67,500 international students going to London Universities will reportedly be paying £5,250 per week to live in one of these Mayfair apartments.

Thankfully the £21,000PCM is the top end three-bedroom apartment, they’ve got properties starting at a much more affordable £9,000 a month and rooms from ‘just’ £725 to £1,000 per month

They include the following perks:

  • a 24-hour concierge service
  • Three floors which are joined by a bespoke glass central staircase
  • Surrounded by similar sized properties (see RightMove)
No endless amounts of pizza promotional leaflets scattered over the entrance way either

No endless amounts of pizza promotional leaflets scattered over the entrance way either

  • Kitchen fitted with Miele appliances
  • Free breakfast is laid out on the central counter, from 7am to 10am
  • Study rooms you can book
  • Laundry rooms
  • A gym to exercise in
  • Short walk to Waitrose or Marks & Spencer
  • Shared TV lounges with special movie nights and all the sports channels etc
  • Pool tournaments and karaoke contests
You don't even get a TV in the lounge! Disgusting!

You don’t even get a TV in the lounge! Disgusting! Damn just found they have a different room for the TV!

Photos are from the £14,083 PCM 2 bedroom apartment, which is still on Rightmove > http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-to-rent/property-54941603.html

 

If you were a millionaire/billionaire would you send your son/daughter to live in these sort of places?

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