15 Cemetery Avenue, Sheffield, S11 8NT
A large Sheffield student house with 5 double bedrooms, in a prime location just off Ecclesall Road. This student property has a fully fitted contemporary kitchen, a large lounge just off the kitchen and 2 new bathrooms, one with a bath. The house is furnished with modern Ikea furnishings and there are digital aerials in each bedroom and the communal area. Contemporary decoration throughout. Being in the heart of the Ecclesall Road student area, this property is situated just 2 minutes' walk from the Collegiate Campus, Tesco, Boots, Starbucks, Costa, Nandos, other local amenities, coffee shops and restaurants. Within walking distance of the city centre it also has good transport links to and from the Sheffield Midland train station, Sheffield Interchange (Main Bus Station), Sheffield Hallam University City Campus and Sheffield University. A great location for bars and nightlife, this Sheffield Hallam accommodation is ideal for living close to friends and other groups of students. This property is next to 11a Cemetery Avenue and both student properties may be rented together if two groups of friends wish to live close to each other.
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