Newly built in Lancaster, Foundry Studios offers gorgeous studio apartments situated in the heart of the city, in a historic area close to the River Lune. Offering stylish yet intimate and homely student living, Foundry Studios is a Georgian renovated building providing a unique student accommodation experience with luxury communal areas, situated on the ground floor there is a Games Room and cosy seating area, on the first floor there is a Study Area and TV Lounge Area.
Less than 7 minutes’ walk from Lancaster Train Station, and literally across the road from the bus station, these apartments are the perfect living space for a student who wants to experience everything that University has to offer. They also boast a TV lounge, Games Room, Student Wardens & Key Holding Services when out of hours, so you know you’ll always be well looked-after.
Based in an historic area, Foundry Studios is only a road away from beautiful local historical attractions, like Lancaster Castle, the Roman Bath House and Lancaster Priory Church, and is also close to a lovely park – Quay Meadows.
For added convenience, there’s even a Sainsbury’s just a few minutes’ walk down the road, and you’re only a 5-minute walk from Marketgate Shopping Centre, putting you right in the heart of the action.
Foundry Studios’ ideal location and high specification mean that these apartments are likely to fill up fast, so don’t delay – if you want to live in the best student accommodation in Lancaster, call us today!
As we mentioned above, Foundry Studios is located literally right across the road from a bus station, and a mere 7 minutes’ walk from Lancaster Train Station, making getting to Uni a breeze – it’s just half an hour on the bus from your apartment to Lancaster University!
As the host to one of the UK’s top universities, Lancaster itself is a buzzing, cosmopolitan city, with a thriving LGBT community, an abundance of live music and a nightlife to rival any city in the country. Compact and easy to get around, you’ll have no trouble following the action, whether you’re drinking in the nightlife or shopping in the city’s quirky boutique stores and independent shops before a visit to the high street on Penny Street, St. Nic’s and Marketgate.
Once the shopping is done (or if it’s the day after the big night out) you can relax in one of Lancaster’s many cafes and coffee shops, where local flavour and international style meet.
Local foods, crafts, books and gifts are available at the Charter Market twice a week, and locals recommend a visit to the Music Room café and the historic John O’Gaunt Pub, where you can listen to live music and enjoy some great local food and drink.Foundry Studios
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