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Our stunning Marketgait Apartments brings serious style to the student living scene with its warm, welcoming, rustic décor. The spacious studio apartments and cluster bedrooms have made the property an extremely popular choice for students in the city, oozing charm and cosiness for residents.
The University of Dundee is less than a mile away from Marketgait Apartments, as is Abertay University, making the luxurious property well suited to students studying at either university. Just a mere 10-minute walk from Dundee city centre, you’re perfectly located next to popular shops and bars for bags of entertainment.
Get ready to sink into the big comfy sofas in the cosy resident’s lounge after a hard day of studying, or chill out in the club lounge with a fitted pool table if you feel like challenging your friends. With each room designed with you in mind, you’ll get the greatest night’s sleep on our spacious double beds.
In terms of safety, total CCTV security is guaranteed, meaning you can relax and enjoy your time at Marketgait Apartments and feel fully at ease whilst living here. High-speed broadband & Wi-Fi is included so you can stream and study to your hearts content in a homely, stylish setting.
Situated in a vibrant student area, the apartments are close to popular eateries such as Nando’s and Brewdog, and there are plenty of delicious independent restaurants on your doorstep too. Want to shop til’ you drop? Marketgait Apartments are just a 3-minute walk from Overgate Shopping Centre filled with plenty of well-known brands.
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