£120.00 pppw

48 weeks

or single/family occupancy £1350
per calendar month inclusive

Coulston Road

A recently renovated terraced house, fully furnished and well-equipped, with excellent facilities including modern central heating and 72mb fibre-optic broadband internet.

The house is 50m from University of Cumbria Lancaster campus and 1.25 miles (2km) from Lancaster University.  It is within 100 yards of bus routes to the University.  Royal Lancaster Infirmary is 10 minutes’ walk away. The City Centre is 15 minutes’ walk away and can also be reached by bus.

The house would suit undergraduates and postgraduates, in a group of FOUR.  It is also suitable for University or medical staff and/or a family.

The rent includes unlimited-use fibre-optic broadband internet, gas, electricity, water, TV licence, garden maintenance and weekly cleaning.

Gross floor area


Net floor area


Bathrooms/shower rooms:
Separate toilets:
Year built:
Facilities and Features
Safety and Security
Rents and terms for 2022/23

4 bedrooms – 3 with double beds, one single


Lounge/dining room

Upstairs shower room and toilet with new walk-in shower

Front and rear yards with planted pots and sentinel lighting

On-street parking to front and rear, unrestricted

Bike store

72mb fibre-optic broadband internet with unlimited use

Full gas central heating and instant hot water

Independent electric shower in bathroom

Large fridge freezer
Washing machine
Tumble dryer
Double oven
6-ring gas hob
Kettle, toaster

Modern LCD TV in sitting room

Full double glazing and roof insulation to modern standards

High quality carpets, fixtures, fittings and décor
Recessed spotlighting throughout first floor

Comprehensive and modern electrical facilities.  TV and phone points and plenty of sockets in all rooms

Desks and table lamps as required

Matching furniture throughout

70m to shops
70m to bus stop (Bowerham Road)
400m to Booth’s supermarket
15 minutes’ walk to City Centre

High-security locks from Banham Security in London
Window locks
Mains smoke alarms
Heat alarm

This property is accredited with Lancaster City Council
The landlord is a member of the National Residential Association (NRLA)

Tenancy deposits are protected through MyDeposits, the protection scheme of the NRLA

Latest Gas Safety Certificate February 2022

Latest Electrical Safety Certificate July 2020

EPC Reference   8401-2226-6029-4826-8913

Rents include:
Water charges
One TV licence for the house
Fibre optic broadband internet, unlimited use

And also:
Weekly cleaning
Garden maintenance services

From £95 to £125 per person per week
including all of the above but excluding Council Tax
(NB Students are usually exempt from Council Tax)

Contract length:
Minimum 48 weeks
Contracts for longer periods are available on the same terms

4 weeks’ rent (£480 per person)
Returnable at the end of the tenancy

Contract type:
Assured Shorthold Tenancy
No smokers, no pets, no DSS


A Lancaster graduate
Long experience in residential lettings
Professional background
Active at Lancaster University
Active landlord
Commitment to Lancaster

Will was born and brought up in London.  He attended Lancaster University from 1974 to 1977 (Fylde College).  The University was smaller, newer and very different then from how it is now.  The off-campus student accommodation back then was truly dreadful – and he soon saw a business opportunity in high-quality student lettings.

Will originally became a Lancaster landlord in 1979.  However, career pressures meant that he and his initial business partner had to cease their rentals business during the 1980s, even though the enterprise itself was successful.  15 years later he returned, when a friend (who is now his co-director) won a place in Lancaster herself and complained that she had nowhere to live!

After graduating in 1977 (Fylde, BA (2.1), Economics and Financial Control), Will qualified as a Chartered Accountant, with one of the leading London firms, in 1980.  He then made his career in the banking and securities industries in the City.  He established his own consulting firm, Eximus Capital, in 1990 and runs the properties, in part, from Eximus Capital’s London office.

Will is an active member at his professional body, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He served as its world President and Chair of the Board in 2021/22. He remains a member of Council, ICAEW’s supreme governing body.

His business interests include being a director of a diving and watersports company in London; and he has recently been a trustee of a multi academy trust (7 schools) and a director of a mental health services business.

For the past 20 years, Will has been an active supporter of Lancaster University.   He has served as a member of Court, one of the University’s governing bodies; and keeps in touch with University affairs.   Well over half of Will’s London employees so far have been Lancaster graduates.

He is a recent member of the Dean’s Council at Lancaster University Management School.

Will is a member of the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA), one of the professional bodies in the lettings industry.  In Lancaster, he has served on the steering group for the Residential Property Accreditation Scheme for Lancaster City Council – an important contribution to housing standards.

Will still runs his consultancy firm, but his success in Lancaster means that he now devotes rather more of his time to his lettings business than he had ever planned.  He now maintains a permanent home in the area, as there is plenty to do!

Will does this work not just to earn part of his living, but also because he enjoys it.  He believes strongly that, for students, good housing is a fundamental factor in promoting good academic performance.

As Will says, a good house on its own will not get you a good degree – you still have to work, unfortunately – but bad housing can make your studies much more difficult.  A good place to live is well worth paying extra for.

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