Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts within walking distance, and the vibrant city centre of Liverpool close by.
Agnes Jones House student accommodation consists of 310 stylish single study bedrooms within flats, the student rooms at Agnes Jones House come with a shared kitchen, shower and toilet facilities. Flat options are 3 bedrooms, 4 bedrooms, 5 bedrooms, 6 bedrooms, 7 bedrooms and 8 bedrooms.
Flats with five or more bedrooms have two shower rooms and two toilets per flat, and all flats are fitted with heat and smoke detectors for your safety. All flats have shared kitchens with a fridge/freezer, toaster, oven and hob, kettle and storage space. Each student flat also has spacious shared bathrooms complete with shower/bath and toilet.
Your rent includes all utility bills, contents insurance and 100Mbps WiFi throughout, in addition to full on-site laundry facilities. Your parcels and packages will be collected for you by the on-site team if you’re out.
For your safety Agnes Jones House operates a secure door entry system.
Agnes Jones House is named after one of the most influential figures in 19th century British medicine.
Agnes Elizabeth Jones was Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary’s first ever trained Nursing Superintendent in the mid-1800s. Known in medical circles for her unwavering work ethic and dedication to her patients, Agnes even came to the attention of the world-renowned nurse, Florence Nightingale.
After Agnes passed away in 1868 at the age of 35 having suffered from Typhus Fever, Nightingale claimed her counterpart was “one of the most valuable lives in England”.
Three years before her death, Agnes had accepted an invitation to lead in the introduction of trained nursing at Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary, one of the largest of its kind in the country. Her contribution to the health of the sick was a subject on everyone’s lips, but her round-the-clock commitment to the cause was ultimately her undoing, as her life was claimed by the disease which was common among the poor of the city at the time.
Nightingale went on to label Agnes a “genius”, and claimed that “she overworked while others underworked”.
Her memory lives on in Liverpool. Not only is Agnes Jones House named after her, there is also a statue in the Cathedral Oratory and a window in the Anglican Cathedral. Agnes is now buried in her birthplace of Ireland.
Agnes Jones House is located perfectly for students studying in Liverpool. The property is in walking distance of University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University and the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts.
The vibrant city centre is also a short distance away, where you'll find a vast range of bars, clubs and the popular the Liverpool One shopping complex containing all your favourite high street brands and restaurants.
The property is surrounded by public transport routes making any journey simple and easy. If you're an international student, Agnes Jones House has great transport links to Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
For the more cultural students you are just a short walk away from the World Museum, which boasts five floors of interactive natural history and cultural exhibits, the Walker Art Gallery, home to one of the largest art collections outside of London, the ultra modern Museum of Liverpool, where the city’s rich heritage comes to life, and Liverpool Maritime Museum, based at the impressive Albert Dock.
Other sites of interest include the UK’s largest cathedral, the striking Liverpool Cathedral, and not forgetting the city’s two football team, Liverpool and Everton, which both have shops, tours and football related experiences on offer.
Liverpool has a rich musical history with its favourite sons, the Beatles, an ever present thread running through the city’s cultural life. Visit Penny Lane, Strawberry Field, the Beatles Story at Albert Dock, and the famous Cavern Club for a true taste of the Fab Four.
At Liverpool’s Echo Arena you can see some of the world’s top performers, and there is a full programme of theatre and music available at the Royal Court , the Liverpool Empire , the Floral Pavilion , the sumptuous Philharmonic Hall , and the Capstone Theatre .
Liverpool is world famous for its nightlife, so head to Seel Street, where you can get anything from a Hawaiian-themed cocktail to a dance at The Peacock and Heebie Jeebies, or why not try one of the atmospheric pubs on Hardman Street.
Agnes Jones House offers a great blend of friendly, practical student living in one of the best locations in the city.
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