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4 Bed £83 exc bills£96 inc bills

35 Roach Road, Sheffield, S11 8UA

A very spacious, 4 bedroom student accommodation in Sheffield, with separate lounge, having spectacular views over the city! Free Parking!! Comprises a fully fitted kitchen, spacious dining room and large separate lounge with 2 sofas, 4 great sized double bedrooms, large modern shower room PLUS permit free on-street parking. Just 5 minutes’ walk from Sheffield student housing in Ecclesall Road and 10 minutes’ walk from the Collegiate Campus, with great transport links to the city centre, north east Derbyshire and the Peak District. Minutes’ walk to the very trendy Sharrow Vale Road with vibrant bars, cafes, coffee shops, boutiques and just across the road from Endcliffe Park. This has great transport links to the Sheffield Hallam City campus and the Sheffield University and Collegiate campus making it the ideal house for any student living in Sheffield.

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

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