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Central Living Exeter

Private Room/ Studio Flat

74 Paris Street, Exeter EX1 2JY, UK Distance From University

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About this property

Central Living: The Walkthrough

If living close to the University of Exeter is one of your main priorities then Central Living fits the bill. Located in the heart of Exeter City Centre, Central Living is within a mile of the main Exeter Campus and St. Luke’s Campus is just a short walk away. This housing won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

 It is the perfect student housing in Exeter, the minimalist vibe with bursts of vibrant colour, along with the open and spacious floor plan gives off a serene atmosphere where you can study or relax. From those who prefer solitude, or think two’s company and three’s a crowd to the sociable ones who want to chum it up with friends, Central Living caters to everyone and offers a range of 4-12 bed en-suites and studios.

We love a lil’ extra

Every apartment is fitted with modern furnishings and a TV. Central Living also offers great amenities like on-site maintenance, 24/7 security, laundry facilities, social spaces, games area, and a spot where you can park your bike with zero concerns.

  • Bike Storage

  • Common lounge

  • Games area

  • 24/7 CCTV

  • Freeview TV

Know thy neighbourhood

If you explore the neighbourhood a little, you’ll find dozens of stores, markets, restaurants nearby. Whether it is entertainment, food, groceries, or other necessities, you will get it all within a short walk.

  • Oriental Supermarket -  6-minute walk

  • BHL Oriental Food Store - 5-minute walk

  • St Leonards Pharmacy – 11-minute walk

  • Vue Cinema – 3-minute walk

  • ATM -  5-minute walk

  • Pyramids Swimming & Leisure Centre- 4-minute walk

  • Princesshay shopping mall – 2-minute walk

Wheeling your way around Exeter

If you are living the broke college life then you will love the fact that every public transportation is right at your doorstep, so you reach just about anywhere without having to worry about the taxi fare.  

  • Exeter Coach Station - 3-minute walk

  • Paris Street (Stop 42) Bus Stop – 2-minute walk

  • High Street (Stop 3) Bus Station - 5-minute walk

  • Exeter Central Train Station – 10-minute walk

  • Exeter Airport- 15-minute drive

Living it up at Central Living

When you’re in no mood to cook or crave a quick cuppa or want to enjoy the night with your mates, there’s plenty of options you can hit up in Exeter.

  • Pubs and bars - Hole In The Wall – 0.3 miles, The Monkey Suit – 0.2 miles, The Oddfellows – 0.2 miles

  • Restaurants - Nando's – 0.1 miles, Harry's Restaurant – 0.3 miles, Wagamama - 0.3 miles

  • Cafes - Ashbie's Cafe – 0.3 miles, The Plant Cafe - 0.4 miles, Cafe Magdalen - 0.5 miles

Alright mate, Elvis has left the building. Stop dallying and make Central Living your new home before you are gutted about missing out on this lit place!

Pandemic Shield: Features and Measures

Common area cleaning
Deep cleaning available
Easy cancellation
NHS standards maintained

Features

Close to Universities
Lounge Area
On-Site Laundry Facilities
On-site management

Safety

24 Hour Security
Secure Door Entry

Price also includes

Electricity Bill
Gas Bill
Water Bill
Wifi

Book Your Room in Central Living

Private Room(9 types to choose from)

Studio Flat(1 types to choose from)

Distance from University
Central Living
Payment Info

Holding Deposit-  £1 booking fee

You can pay via Recurring Card, Direct Debit or via Bank Transfer. Cash and Cheques will not be accepted and will be turned away if presented at site.

Recurring Card payments can be selected at the time of booking and Direct Debit can be selected through the student online portal.

Booking Info

Cancellation Policy

1. HOLDING DEPOSIT

On making your booking with property you will be asked to pay a Holding Deposit. Payment of the Holding Deposit constitutes your acceptance that the Holding Deposit is retained to secure your room in accordance with these terms and conditions.

You agree by us holding a deposit that the deadline to conclude the Tenancy Agreement following the receipt of the Holding Deposit fee shall be 14 days thereafter, or any other period agreed by us (the “deadline”).

By entering into the Tenancy Agreement your Holding Deposit converts to your refundable Security Deposit. If yourtenancy agreement is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) it will be protected in an independent government approved tenancy deposit protection scheme such as the Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) unless otherwise stated on the sites web page, your Security Deposit will be refunded to you at the end of your tenancy if there are no outstanding arrears or damage to your room and/or communal areas.

By paying your Holding Deposit, you give us express consent to use the details provided by you to undertake searches against sanction lists maintained by the government of the United Kingdom, United States, and other countries we choose including those maintained by the United States Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). This will not affect your rights and/or our obligations to you under the Data Protection Act 2018.

You have the right to ask us to not undertake such searches but in doing so we will not be able to progress your application.

You will need to log into your account, check your details, read yourtenancy agreement and sign the online contract before uploading relevant identification documentation.

You will be asked to pay the full years rent up front unless you have a UK based guarantor. If you have a UK based guarantor, you are able to pay your rent in 3 instalments. The first instalment needs to be paid 10 days before your contract starts. You will not be able to move into the property if this has not been paid. The second rent instalment is due in January and the final one in April. In some circumstances, we may be able to offer you a 4 part payment plan, as some student loans come through later, please contact us for more information.

If for any reason we are not able to make you an Offer of Accommodation we will contact you as soon as possible detailing reasons why or with an alternative solution. If we cannot offer an alternative or the alternative is not suitable we will refund your Holding Deposit in full via the original method the payment was made.

2. CANCELLATION BY YOU - 14 -DAY COOLING OFF PERIOD

If you choose to cancel your booking with property, you have 14 calendar days after receiving the original Accommodation Offer to do so to get a full refund of the Holding Deposit paid.

If you have made your booking less than 14 days before you scheduled check-in date, you may cancel your booking until the earlier of (a) 14 days after receipt of the Accommodation Offer email and (b) the date you actually check-in.

Property will refund your Holding Deposit within 7 calendar days of cancellation. If you cancel your booking after the 14 calendar day cool off period, you will not get your Holding Deposit returned to you and you, and your guarantor if reasonable, will be required to meet the obligations set out within the Tenancy Agreement.

3. PERIOD BEFORE YOU ENTER INTO YOUR TENANCY AGREEMENT

The Landlord and the property reserve the right to not return your Holding Deposit and cancel your booking on notice if:

3.1 We take all reasonable steps to enter into the Tenancy Agreement before the deadline and you fail to do so, for example, if you fail to complete your application or provide guarantor details and supporting documentation in good time;

3.2 You provide us with relevant false or misleading information; and/or

3.3 We are prohibited from entering to the Tenancy Agreement because of the Immigration Act 2014.

4. PERIOD FROM AND INCLUDING WHEN YOU HAVE ENTERED INTO THE TENANCY AGREEMENT

If you have entered the Tenancy Agreement and you cancel your booking after the 14 calendar day cool off period, you will not get your Holding Deposit returned to you and you, and your guarantor if reasonable, will be required to meet the obligations set out within the Tenancy Agreement regardless of whether you have collected your keys.

If you cancel your booking and are able to find an eligible replacement tenant, subject to our agreement, you will be released from the contractual obligations as set out in the Tenancy Agreement. Any overpaid rent will be refunded to you, less an amount equal to your Holding Deposit as a cancellation fee. The site team will confirm your official release date. If you can provide proof that you fit into any of the following criteria we may agree to release you form your contract where:

• Your notice to cancel is within the 14 day cooling off period as set out in point2

• Your UK Visa application has been denied

• Extenuating circumstances e.g. ill-health

Where proof is provided in accordance with these terms and conditions and to our and the landlords reasonable satisfaction, you will be entitled to cancel the booking and you will not be liable for the contractual obligations laid out in the Tenancy Agreement from the date of cancellation.

Failure to obtain a UK Visa

If you fail to obtain a UK Visa before the start date of your tenancy, we will cancel your Tenancy Agreement and refund any rent payments made so long as you provide within 72 hours of receiving your official confirmation:

• Supporting official evidence that your Visa was declined

• Written confirmation that you wish to cancel your booking

5. CANCELLATIONS AFTER YOU HAVE MOVED INTO THE ACCOMMODATION

5.1. We hope you have a happy stay in your accommodation, but if for any reason you decide to leave during your contracted term, the landlord may agree to release you from your contract. Providingthe conditions set out below are met:
5.1.1. You agree that you will not transfer or sublet the tenancy created by the Tenancy Agreement to anyone else without obtaining our written consent in-line with point 11.1(m) of the Tenancy Agreement. 5.1.2. You find a suitable replacement to take a new Tenancy Agreement for your room for the remaining period of your contract.
5.1.2.1. Replacement tenants must be 18 years old or over and enrolled as a full time student in a university or college in proximity to the accommodation. Where the accommodation has agreements with set universities the replacement may be restricted to that university. Please check with your Accommodation Team.
5.1.2.2. The incoming tenant must enter into a Tenancy Agreement with us and pay sums due within this agreement.
5.1.2.3. The incoming tenant, where reasonable, must provide a suitable Guarantor. TheGuarantor must accept the Terms and Conditions set out in the Tenancy Agreement.
5.1.3. Refunds due will not be processed until the replacement taking over the contract has signed the Tenancy Agreement, paid and moved into the accommodation.
5.1.4. If you do find someone to take over your contract, you will need to pay a £50 administration fee. 5.1.5. If you fail to find someone to take over your tenancy, you will be responsible for paying thefull rent until the end of your contracted time at the accommodation.

6. CANCELLATIONS BY PROPERTY OR THE LANDLORD

Our terms and conditions require you to sign your Tenancy Agreement online within 14 calendar days of receiving the Offer of Accommodation. If you fail to sign your agreement within this timescale we may cancel your booking, giving notice by email, and you will forfeit any booking fee paid if it is outside the 14 calendar day cooling off period above.

If you fail to check-in on your accommodation start date and you have not signed your agreement we may cancel your booking at any time by giving notice by email. If you are outside the 14 day cooling off period your Holding Deposit will not be refunded.

Once you have signed your Tenancy Agreement it may only be terminated if we mutually agree to do so or in the circumstances set out in point 3 above.

7. 1ST YEAR STUDENTS WHO DO NOT GET A PLACE AT UNIVERSITY

This policy is site specific so please check with the individual site for confirmation.

You may be eligible to be released from your agreement, If you are a first year prospective undergraduate student and your offer of a place at your preferred university/higher education institution is withdrawn as a result of you not achieving the required entry grades or you have surpassed your required entry grades and choose to go to a different University.

In order to meet the criteria you will need:
-The site to have signed up to the policy – Check with the Accommodation Team directly.
-To provide a written rejection letter from your chosen university/higher education institute within 72 hours of your exam results being published
-To provide a copy of the acceptance letter from your new university.

8. ROOM AND TENANCY CHANGES

Change to Tenancy Length

If you wish to change your tenancy length you will be unable to shorten your tenancy, but you can choose to extend without charge up until the Tenancy Start Date (Subject to room availability). After the Tenancy Start Date an Administration fee of £50 will be payable should you wish to vary your Tenancy Agreement.

Room Swaps

If you wish to upgrade your room, or move to a different room type which is the same type as your original choice, you can do so free of charge up until the Tenancy Start Date subject to room availability. Room moves after the start date will be subject to room availability. An administration charge of £50 will be payable for the variation of the Tenancy Agreement.

Governing Law

These terms and conditions shall be governed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can I choose who I live with?

We are more than happy to accommodate groups as well as individuals. Where you’re not booking in a group, we understand your flatmates will be key to your experience so when you book as an individual, we will ask you a series of questions to help us to match you with the perfect flatmates.

Q. What’s provided in the bedroom? Do I need to bring my own bedding?

Facilities and features can vary; typically you are provided with a bed, a study with a desk and a chair, bookshelves, wardrobe and plenty of storage. Bedding is not provided with each room as most of our students prefer to bring their own.
 

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