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113 Penrhyn Road, Sharrow, Sheffield, S11 8UP

A delightful, generously sized, four-bedroom student house in Sharrow, Sheffield. The house comprises a modern fitted kitchen, bathroom, fully furnished lounge and 4 large bedrooms. The lounge and bedrooms are all furnished with modern Ikea furniture. The property also benefits from street parking with no parking permit and is just across the road from Endcliffe Park. Just 5 minutes' walk from Ecclesall Road, 10 minutes' walk from the Collegiate Campus and with great transport links to the Sheffield city centre, North East Derbyshire and the Peak District. The very trendy Sharrow Vale Road which hosts bars, cafes, coffee shops, boutiques is just minutes walk away. With great transport links to the Sheffield Hallam City Campus and the Sheffield University Collegiate Campus this accommodation is the ideal location for Sheffield students.

Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
1
Rooms Available Now
1
Rooms Available July 2021
0
Area
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