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About Madison Gardens, Nottingham
Madison Gardens comprises of newly updated 6 bedroom houses on Faraday Road. The properties have been modernised to include an updated lounge, kitchen and bathrooms with exclusive additional facilities of a TV with TV licence and dishwasher in the kitchen. Enjoy the experience of living in a home from home whilst reaping the benefits of all inclusive bills. Conveniently located near to the Jubilee Campus and two miles from the city centre, Madison Gardens is the ideal home to compliment your studies.
- TV and TV licence
- ¾ beds
- Dishwasher in the kitchen
- 20MB Wifi in all rooms
- All inclusive utility bills (including contents insurance)
- Secure on site car parking
- FREE secure cycle storage
- Multi purpose ball court
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Nottingham is positioned third in the shopping league in England, behind Birmingham and London but ahead of Manchester and Leeds.
Nottingham has excellent diversity. It boasts two large shopping centres as well as a number of smaller, upmarket shopping arcades where you can rub shoulders with the likes of Vivienne Westwood and Karen Millen.
The world’s first ever Paul Smith shop is located on Byard Lane, just off Bridlesmith Gate which, itself, is said to be one of the most expensive shopping streets in Europe. Often called “Posh Man’s Alley”, Bridlesmith Gate boasts an array of designer shops including Jack Wills, Hugo Boss, Diesel, Cruise Flannels and Ted Baker.
The Lace Market is a popular place for drinking with its many fashionable bars including Bluu, Pitcher and Piano and Brass Monkey.
The Market Square, opposite Walkabout and showcases both up and coming and established comedians.
The music scene in Nottingham is thriving with Rock City a great venue for live rock music, as well as the Trent FM Arena which holds 10,000 and regularly features top artists.
The clubbing scene is excellent too with both Ocean and Oceana proving popular with students – cheap drinks and cheesy music in abundance. The world-renowned Gatecrasher on Queen Street has re-opened after an extensive refurbishment and now promises three floors of great music for a fantastic night out.