280a Ecclesall Road, Sheffield, S11 8PE
This fantastic, spacious, 3 double bedroom, duplex student apartment, has a large kitchen, separate lounge, and new bathroom. Super-fast fibre optic broadband is included too. This student property has been tastefully decorated and fully furnished with Ikea furnishings, and this flat has digital aerial points in each bedroom and locks on all doors. The Collegiate Campus is just a 2 minute walk, and there are direct transport links to and from Sheffield city centre. The property is situated next to the students' favourite pub, 'The Nursery'. This Sheffield student property on Ecclesall Road is close to great coffee shops, cafés, a Marks and Spencer’s food hall, and multiple bars. Nightlife on Ecclesall Road is second to none. Ecclesall Road is a great location for Sheffield student accommodation, being just a minute’s walk away from the Collegiate Campus, and a bus service into the town centre every few minutes. Select this affordable student accommodation - ideal for living close to friends and other groups of Sheffield students, and having everything at your convenience!
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