This distinctive black and white building is our most historic student residence, full of character and charm. Almost 100 years ago, the Royal family often stayed overnight at Writtle House before flying away on exotic trips from the nearby Hendon aerodrome. Today, Middlesex University's Writtle House is a Grade II listed building that has been converted into a traditional and rather quiet hall of residence.
36 study bedrooms arranged over six sections
Rooms at Writtle House cost £142.94 per week, with rent payable in advance. Further details on payment are provided if you are offered a room.
Bedroom sizes vary, averaging 10m² (Rooms vary in size)
Communal TV lounge and study room
Shared bathrooms and kitchens
Shared complex with Platt Hall
Cleaning service (kitchen and communal bathrooms) Monday to Friday
Entryphone and electronic key for each bedroom
All bills included
Bedside cabinet, wardrobe, bookshelf, desk and chair
Waste paper bin
Wireless access to authorised persons only
Dustpan and brush
Mop and bucket
Kitchen table and chair
Fridge and freezer
Food storage space
Writtle House is situated in a convenient location, just 20 minutes from our Hendon campus.
See Writtle House's location on Google Maps.
Located in Colindale, Writtle House is a 5-minute walk away from Colindale underground station (Northern Line) and approximately a 30 minute journey from the London Metropolitan North campus. Buses for Brent Cross Shopping Centre and central London are a short walk away.
If you are applying for accommodation please visit our Applying for Halls of Residence page where you will find everything you need to know about the application process.
We guarantee a place in halls for all full-time UK, EU and international undergraduate students joining us for their first year of study in 2017. This guarantee is for UK students who confirm their offer and apply for accommodation before 30 June 2017, and EU/international undergraduate and postgraduate students who confirm their offer and apply for accommodation before 12 August 2017.
Places in Middlesex's own halls are allocated on a first-come first-served basis. The university also works with a number of private providers to ensure there are places available once our own halls are fully occupied.
Our halls are all managed by Viridian Housing, a housing association that specialises in student accommodation. We're committed to providing a friendly, safe, student-focused environment – and we've signed up to national codes of standards for accommodation to ensure this. For Writtle House, Viridian has signed up to the ANUK code.
Each year, Viridian Housing sponsor an award for students who have made a difference to society. It helps students achieve their goals by providing more than £5,000 towards the cost of accommodation. For more information on this award, visit our Study4Success page.