WHILE most students have their accommodation for next year already sorted there are hundreds of aspiring actors, musicians and would-be lighting and sound engineers waiting in the wings to see if they have been accepted to the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts.
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Once the acceptance letter has been opened – many students will find out if they have been successful with their applications to LIPA (where Sir Paul McCartney is a leading patron) in the coming weeks – attention will quickly turn to accommodation searches, and that is where we come in.

While most of our accommodation on offer is snapped up in the months either side of Christmas the APB team ‘set aside’ 32 Princes Road, giving LIPA students first dibs on the impressively large Georgian property.

Since its complete renovation in 2013 the 17-bedrooms at the house (14 of which have ensuite facilities) have been solely rented out to LIPA students. With the property just a short five minute walk to the campus it is in an ideal location.

“…With the property just a short five minute walk to the LIPA campus it is in an ideal location…”

Each room comes fully furnished, complete with double bed, while each floor boasts a kitchen/communal area with wall mounted TV. There is even a new garden to enjoy – with picnic benches, deck chairs and BBQ pit – towards the rear of the property for when the sun shines.

Rent is competitive for such a high standard of student living (all bills included*) while contracts are 52-weeks (1 July-30 June) with a deposit of £350 required.

If you require any further information on the property or would like to arrange a viewing, please, don’t hesitate to get in touch via the following methods…

T: 01625 873770 / M: 07796 421 526 / E: enquiries@apbproperty.co.uk

NB: Students of any other university in the city can also apply for the property

* Bills include gas, electric, water, internet and a TV license


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