Student Accommodation in Plymouth.
Prices start from £78,500
- 39 Modern High Quality Studios
- Less than 1 mile from Plymouth University
- Students spend £8.5 Million in Plymouth every week on their accommodation
- From £78,500
- Assured 8% rental yields for the first 3 years
- 51 week tenancies on a weekly rental starting from £154.
- Estimated completion Q3 2017
This Student Accommodation in Plymouth is an off-plan student accommodation development currently being built in the South-West England City of Plymouth. 39 small but effective units will be on offer for the students attending one of the three higher education institutions including the University of Plymouth.
The students will also have quick access to the city centre and beautiful harbour. Each unit will have an en-suite shower room and kitchenette perfect for young adults living away from home for the first time. The site will have professional management that will provide excellent communal facilities such as a laundry room, reception and 24 hour security.
The entry price is very reasonable and the developer of this Student Accommodation project in Plymouth is so confident that the professional management team will have no problem securing tenants, they guarantee your initial 3 years return at 8% NET.
Plymouth is a vibrant city offering something for everybody whether you are shopper, sightseer, foodie or looking for entertainment. It is the regional capital of culture and offers a dynamic experience for both residents and visitors travelling to the area. This helps make Plymouth appealing to investors.
It is located in the beautiful county of Devon and is about 37 miles away from Exeter. Plymouth is home to Plymouth Hoe which was the backdrop to Francis Drake’s legendary game of bowls. The Hoe is also home to one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world which attracts tourists from all around the globe.
The history of Plymouth is definitely nautical with its rich maritime past, but is now transitioning to a more service based economy. With that said, the universities and colleges are still keeping up with the local traditions of offering a number of maritime based courses.
The population of Plymouth is 262,000 people with the University of Plymouth having a student population of 30,000. This does not take into account students from the Plymouth College of Art and Design and the College of St Mark and St John. Hence, good quality student accommodation is in high demand.