46 Neill Road, Sheffield, S11 8QG
A charming 3 bedroom Sheffield student house, just off Ecclesall Road and 5 minutes' walk from the Sheffield Hallam Collegiate Campus and the local bus stop, with links in and out of Sheffield city centre. This property includes fully fitted kitchen with large lounge and bathroom, 3 large double bedrooms all with double beds and modern Ikea furnishings, plus a spare room which can be used as an office or extra storage space! This property is perfectly situated just 5 minutes' walk from the Sheffield Hallam Collegiate campus and seconds' walk from local bus stops with links into Sheffield city centre. This student accommodation in Sheffield is close to Tesco, Boots, Starbucks, Costa, Nandos and KFC, great for the bars and nightlife and ideal for living close to friends and other student groups.
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