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Exeter’s poshest student living will cost almost £1,000 a month – taking the cost of a degree to £100,000.

In accommodation far removed from the squalor of normal student houses these pictures show what some lucky pupils joining Exeter Uni later this year can expect.

The development of the old city library and records office into 44 luxury flats aimed at undergraduates will be ready in time for the next intake of students.


Price range up to £11,220 per student a year, and flats come equipped with all the latest appliances including 100MB broadband, 24-hour helpdesk services, Wi-Fi and flat-screen smart TV.

The development is being run by property developer Burrington Estates, who have already converted another building in the city into luxury student apartments.


Co-founder Mark Edworthy said: “Following the huge popularity of Dean Clarke Lofts, we expect a high level of interest in these unique apartments.

“We are excited to be bringing a fresh new vibe to this historic building.”


  • Maths?

    Surely that makes a degree £60k, not £100k