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About Madison Gardens, Nottingham
Madison Gardens comprises of newly updated 6 bedroom houses on Faraday Road, close to the University of Nottingham. The properties have been modernised to include renovated lounges, bathrooms and kitchens, and include a TV with TV licence and dishwasher in the kitchen. With all-inclusive rents and a brilliant location, Madison Gardens is an ideal home for groups of students or individuals wanting the security of halls with the independence of a house.
- 20mb WiFi in all rooms
- ¾ beds
- TV and TV licence included
- Dishwasher in the kitchen
- Secure on-site parking
- Multi-purpose ball court
- Free secure cycle storage
- On-site laundry
- All-inclusive rents, including contents insurance
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Q - How close is the university?
A - Jubilee Campus is a 10-15 minute walk, or £1 on the bus; University Park is a 15-20 minute walk, or £1 on the bus.
Q - How far is the city centre?
A - It’s a 15 minute walk to city centre, and there are lots of buses from outside the site on Ilkeston Road.
Q - Where is the nearest supermarket?
A - We have a Lidl across the road. There is an oriental store about 3 minutes away, and a Tesco Express around a 5-8 minute walk away.
Q - Is there a medical centre nearby?
A -Yes, about a 5-8 minute walk away on Ilkeston Road. There is a pharmacy across the road from the health centre.
Q - Where is the nearest cashpoint?
A - There are free cashpoints outside Tesco Express and on the Jubilee Campus.
Q - Where is the nearest post office?
A - Around a 10 minute walk away.
Q -Where is the nearest gym?
A - There is an Xercise4Less gym across the road.
Q -Where is the nearest dentist?
A - On University Park Campus.
Q -Where is the nearest park?
A - Wollaton Park and Hall are about a 20 minute walk away.
Q - Where is the nearest police station?
A - There is a police station at Canning Circus, about a 15 minute walk away.
Nottingham benefits from an excellent night life and music and clubbing scene thanks to the 60,000+ students who call it home.
With a compact, pedestrianised city centre, two large shopping centres, countless upmarket shopping arcades and numerous designer stores and boutiques, Nottingham is one of the most popular shopping destinations in the East Midlands.
There are restaurants, bars and cafes to suit all tastes and budgets, from big-name chains to independents; and limitless entertainment options - the city centre alone holds several theatres, comedy venues, cinemas, galleries, and gigs and sport venues. It also houses the Capital FM Arena, which regularly features top artists and comedians and offers public skating.
With easy transport links to the rest of the UK and the world, and a great quality of life, Nottingham is a brilliant destination for students wanting cosmopolitan living with a friendly feel.