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Broadgate Park Ensuite Room Wardrobe Space?

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    Hi, I'm moving into an ensuite room in Broadgate park and I was wondering how big the wardrobe space is, if there are any shelves in it or anything? (don't wanna overpack lol)

    A picture would be very helpful if anyone has one.

    Thanks in advance for your responses.
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    (Original post by squeakyc)
    Hi, I'm moving into an ensuite room in Broadgate park and I was wondering how big the wardrobe space is, if there are any shelves in it or anything? (don't wanna overpack lol)

    A picture would be very helpful if anyone has one.

    Thanks in advance for your responses.
    Here's some pictures of my room from last year and a picture from the website. Also added pictures of the kitchen just incase you wanted to see it One half of the wardrobe is for hanging up clothes, and the other half is shelves. So the width of hanging space is the width of one door Also, as you can see there are built in shelves.









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    (Original post by Ian80)
    Here's some pictures of my room from last year and a picture from the website. Also added pictures of the kitchen just incase you wanted to see it One half of the wardrobe is for hanging up clothes, and the other half is shelves. So the width of hanging space is the width of one door Also, as you can see there are built in shelves.
    what block is that out of interest?
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    (Original post by alex5455)
    what block is that out of interest?
    Laurels
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    (Original post by Ian80)
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    Hey, I was in that flat two years ago! :cool:
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    (Original post by Christian_j)
    Hey, I was in that flat two years ago! :cool:
    What room?
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    (Original post by Ian80)
    What room?
    Number 1, the large en suite - clearly hated by everyone else in the flat

    Regular en-suite for me this year though, never used all the space and it's criminally expensive. No idea what I was thinking! Big kitchen though...
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    (Original post by Christian_j)
    Number 1, the large en suite - clearly hated by everyone else in the flat

    Regular en-suite for me this year though, never used all the space and it's criminally expensive. No idea what I was thinking! Big kitchen though...
    Ah, we liked ours, it became the designated tv room

    Although you're right it was too big. It would be good if it had more storage or a bigger desk, but it just had more floor space. And that was only good if you wanted more room for activities. (Step brothers reference)

    I do miss that kitchen though, and the skylights.
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    I became the TV room too! haha - The skylights were great for letting light in, but I could close the blind and sleep for a week because I'd never know the sun had risen Also it was impossible to look out of!

    I'm in Junipers now about halfway up the building in a regular en-suite and honestly it's perfect - kitchen's not as big but still sizeable, and I now have an actual window to look out of - definitely prefer this year
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    (Original post by Christian_j)
    I became the TV room too! haha - The skylights were great for letting light in, but I could close the blind and sleep for a week because I'd never know the sun had risen Also it was impossible to look out of!

    I'm in Junipers now about halfway up the building in a regular en-suite and honestly it's perfect - kitchen's not as big but still sizeable, and I now have an actual window to look out of - definitely prefer this year
    Haha, the good thing about the standard en-suite was that the window was closer to the bed. I was always have a good nose out

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