About Claypenny Properties
The No 1 Sheffield Landlord for Student Accommodation
Claypenny properties Established in 1994, Claypenny Properties is a well-established, reputable, family-owned and managed business, with an excellent reputation in the provision and management of student accommodation in Sheffield. We were won awards in 2018 as Private Landlord of the Year and for Outstanding Customer Service, by Sheffield City Council.
We have over 55 student properties, which provide furnished and decorated student accommodation to more than 300 Sheffield students. Over the years, we have taken the time to listen to our tenants, and have put in the effort to understand the very specific needs of students.
We have then adapted our properties in accordance with their demands. As such, we now pride ourselves on providing affordable student housing, which places emphasis on security, safety, comfort and energy efficiency.
Fully Serviced Student Properties & Outstanding Customer Service
We refurbish all of our student properties on a regular basis in order to ensure that we’re up to date with all the modern standards and requirements of today’s students. This is a committed investment that we make on our end, and one that also ensures that our Sheffield student properties are looked after by a dedicated team of professional and experienced tradespeople, which means that there is always a plumber, electrician and maintenance professional at hand for our tenants.
Our success and reputation has been hard earned, and we make sure that we do everything we can to retain it. We’re committed to the student market and offer a wide range of facilities, a high level of service, and a genuine level of care that ensures our customers are happy, fully provided for, and safe.
Ideally Located on Ecclesall Road
All of our student properties comply with the following:
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