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11a Cemetery Avenue, Sheffield, S11 8NT

A great 6 bed student property, right in the heart of the student village just off Ecclesall Road in Sheffield. Large double bedrooms and Ikea furnished throughout, with 2 shower rooms, great communal areas and outside space for those sunny days. 2 minutes’ walk from the Collegiate campus and Tesco, Boots, Costa and KFC, and bars and restaurants right on your doorstep, to name but a few. 10 minutes’ walk into the city centre and to the Hallam City Council. Great location. Viewing highly recommended!!

Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
2
Rooms Available Now
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Rooms Available July 2021
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Area
Sheffield Uni
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