1. Sherwood Avenue, Manchester. Eight bedrooms, £99 per person per week.
Including a monstrous sofa and flatscreen TVs in every bedroom, to make it even harder to ever get any work done.
2. Hyde Park Road, Leeds. Eight bedrooms, £115pppw.
Also with flatscreen TVs in every room, and FOUR bathrooms. Four.
3. Crossgate Path, Durham. Seven bedrooms, £116pppw.
4. Pennsylvania Road, Exeter. Seven bedrooms, £132pppw.
Comes with a big open-plan living area and a garden everyone can argue about mowing.
5. Gray's Inn Road, London. Four bedrooms, £225pppw.
This four-story house has a garden and is walking distance from King's Cross station.
6. Summit House, Cardiff. Studio flats, from £167.50pw.
These private studio flats also have a shared cinema, because what student ever leaves the house unless they absolutely have to?
7. Waverley Road, Bristol. Eight bedrooms, £130pppw.
This looks like the sort of house you would be very very happy to live in when you're 50.
8. Bagot Street, Liverpool. Seven bedrooms, £99pppw.
9. Gateway Apartments, Edinburgh. Studio flats, from £158.50pw.
Comes with a shared gym on site.
10. Waterloo Road, Nottingham. Seven bedrooms, £115pppw.
Another home that comes with TVs in every room, and more importantly for students, fibre broadband.
11. Brook Studios, Birmingham. Studio flats, from £148.50pw.
Also with a shared gym on site.
12. Mansion Bloomsbury, London. Studio flats, from £229pw.
Yep somehow these flats are for students, not millionaires.