Our student accommodation did not look like this (Picture: Burrington Estate/SWNS)
Students these days, they don’t know they’re born.
Okay, we only left a few years ago but student digs have changed A LOT since we shared a grotty, slowly crumbling Victorian house with 23 other people.
From September, Exeter University students will be able to live like kings (and queens) in luxury apartments built in the city’s old library and records office.
The building has been gutted and turned into 44 fancy student flats by developer Burrington Estates, some of which will cost nearly £1,000 per person, per month.
That means whoever stays there will end up shelling out around £100,000 for their degree. Gulp.
How the old city library and records office will look once the flats are finished (Picture: SWNS)
In place of a stinking microwave, someone’s parents’ old TV, and Ikea’s finest soft furnishings, these students will…
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