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Charlotte House - Universal Student Living, Newcastle



Charlotte House is in an ideal city centre location approximately a 4 minute walk from Newcastle’s Central Station. Charlotte House has a total of 109 non-ensuite bedrooms.

There are between 3 and 6 bedrooms per apartment and each apartment shares a lounge, kitchen and bathrooms. We take group bookings and individual bookings at Charlotte House which makes it ideal if you want to share with your friends or if you want to make some new friends.

Charlotte House is budget style accommodation in the heart of Newcastle ideal for students who are studying at the University of Newcastle or Northumbria University.


• Wireless Internet throughout the building
• CCTV monitored
• Secure door entry system
• On-site laundry with flat-screen TV
• Non-smoking building – outdoor smoking areas only
• On-site maintenance team
• 24-hour response team
• Limited parking (separate charge)


Rents for 2017/ 2018

From £85 per week on a 44 week contract.

Our prices include Wi-Fi, electricity and water bills - so you don't have to worry so much about budgeting.

Please go to for a full breakdown of room prices and facilities.

Alternatively contact:

Universal Student Living
0203 700 9930


Fenkle Street,


Fitted Kitchen
Fridge Freezer
Vacuum Cleaner
Iron/Ironing Board
Onsite Maintenance
Widescreen TV
Internet Access
Bike Storage
Laundry Room
Garden Landscaping
Car Parking
Shaving Points 
Games Room
Emergency Call Points
In-room Phone
CCTV Security
Secure Door Entry
Washer Dryer
Vending Machine
Satellite/Digital TV
Wheelchair Access

Street View


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