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Sidney Webb House

Sidney Webb House

159 Great Dover Street, SE1 4WW
  • Rent from:
    179 £./weekly
  • Type of Room: Studio (single room), Two rooms
  • Lounge
  • Shared kitchen
  • Private bathroom
  • Range to Centre Point London: 3miles

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Sidney Webb House

Sidney Webb House is an all bills included student accommodation for undergraduates at the London School of Economics. It provides single and double en-suite rooms and is grouped into flats of between six and eight people who share a kitchen and dining room. Refurbishments are in the works during Summer 2017 so students moving in after this date will enjoy a new, modern student facility that has everything they’re looking for in their home away from home.

This is a self catering accommodation the kitchen comes equipped with, a refrigerator, freezer, microwave and a hob. Also included is an electric cooker so you can slam in your student hotpots to feed the rest of the hall. There is also available in site commuter rooms and quiet study rooms to continue your studies after lectures.

Rent

Single en-suite rooms range from £179.20 – £197.40 per week (2018/2019).
Double en-suite rooms range from £220.50- £235.90 per week (2018/2019).
Double room (shared bathroom) is £232.40 per week (2018/2019).
Double studio (private bathroom) range from £269.50 – £273.53 per week (2018/2019).
Common room fee is £10 per term.

Only 40-week contracts are available.

Facilities

  • Wi-Fi
  • Laundry facilities
  • Common room with vending machines
  • On-site customer service and maintenance teams
  • 24 hour reception
  • On-site gym
  • Bike storage
  • Fortnightly cleaning of communal areas

Application

Sidney Webb House is an LSE residence. Only LSE undergraduates can apply. You can find application details here:
Where to apply

Location:

Sidney Webb House is located near Borough Market in the London borough of Southwark and close to the South Bank area of the River Thames. It is around 35 minutes walk from the University. Access to London Bridge takes only 5 minutes via regular local trains.

Within walking distance to the accommodation is a variety of bars for the extra curricula student activities if the need arises. If you require something a little more tranquil then Tabard Gardens are just a short walk from the accommodation.

Address:

159 Great Dover Street,
SE1 4WW.

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