Elizabeth Croll House – Classic Studio

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Designed to a high specification, Elizabeth Croll House could not be more convenient for students wishing to stay in Central London (Zone 1). This residence is located just a short walk from King's Cross St Pancras Station, The University of London, SOAS and a large number of language schools.

This residence is ideal for independent living, and offers a range of studios all with private en-suite bathrooms and kitchenettes in the room. All rooms have been designed to a high standard and come complete with flat screen TVs, large beds and plenty of storage space. However, it is the area that makes this residence so popular, right outside of your door you have the choice of dozens of music venues, bars, shops and London's famous nightlife.

Elizabeth Croll House – Classic Studio

Minimum stay: 2 weeks

This is a single en-suite studio measuring from around 16m²-17m². The room has a comfortable ¾ double bed, a desk area and private bathroom, as well as a large wardrobe and under-bed storage. The studio is fully equipped with a private kitchenette and comes with a licenced television with Freeview included. There is free Wi-Fi in each bedroom and throughout the building.

Available: 11 Aug 2018 - 25 Aug 2018

Price From: £369.00 per week


  • Bills Included

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Storage Space

  • Private Kitchen

  • Private Bathroom

  • No Flatmates

  • 3/4 Bed
Apply Now Please note: All photography and images are representative and room layout, content and furnishings may vary.

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