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5 Thompson Road, Sheffield, S11 8RA

** ONE ROOM AVAILABLE IN SHARED HOUSE ** A large, 6 bedroom, Sheffield Hallam student property, on this sought after area just off Ecclesall Road, bang opposite Tesco, KFC, Boots, Costa and 2 minutes’ walk from the Sheffield Hallam Collegiate Campus. The property includes fully fitted kitchen and lounge, 6 double bedrooms and large bathroom. Fully furnished throughout. Located on this delightful tree lined street right next to the beautiful Botanical gardens and close to all local shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and other local amenities. There is a bus stop seconds walk away with regular buses running into Sheffield city centre. Viewing highly recommended. Superb location!!!

Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
2
Rooms Available Now
1
Rooms Available July 2021
0
Area
Sheffield Uni
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