180 Pomona Street, Sheffield, S11 8JL
Large 5 double-bedroom student house at 180 Pomona Street in Sheffield, with a new kitchen, new carpets, Ikea furniture, separate shower and WC, new central heating system, an extra large communal area and kitchen, and with digital TV aerials in every bedroom. This accommodation is located in the heart of the Ecclesall Road student community, 2 minutes walk from Collegiate Campus, Tesco, Boots, Costa, Starbucks, Nandos and other local amenities, within walking distance into the city centre and with good transport links to and from the Sheffield Midland train station, Sheffield Interchange (Main Bus Station), Sheffield Hallam University City Campus and Sheffield University. Great location for the bars and nightlife, this student house is ideal for living close to friends and other groups of students. Also includes super-fast fibre optic broadband. This property is next door to 182 Pomona Street and both properties may be rented together if two groups of friends wish to live close to each other.
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