Living @Mpumelelo Student Accommodation In Johannesburg Offers Great Amenities
Living @Mpumelelo is a newly constructed student accommodation situated in Doornfontein. The student accommodation is also in short walking distance to University of Johannesburg and Doornfontein Campus. It is a modernised space that offers a wonderful living experience with learning aids, comfortable and premium living and the convenience that every student deserves.
About Living @ Mpumelelo:
This student accommodation has 15 floors and the first newly constructed building in the inner city in several decades. Students can choose from single rooms to sharing a room with a roommate.
What is included in the room packages?
- Single from R4580 per month and sharing from R4100 per month and includes the following:
- Free water & electricity (T’s & C’s apply)
- Unlimited wifi (T’s & C’s apply)
- Furnished bedrooms
- Own bathroom
- Parking and 24/7 security access
- Access to indoor gym , recreational and braai area
Get in touch for more details about affordable student apartments to rent at Living @ Mpumelelo student accommodation via:
Contact number: 087 075 0860
Whatsapp: 076 174 3017
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students need to be aware that Living @ Mpumelelo is NSFAS accredited, so be the first to apply for your new home for the upcoming academic year ahead.
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