59 Pinner Road, Sheffield, S11 8UG
This delightfully charming, 4 bedroom Sheffield student accommodation, is nestled in the heart of Hunters Bar. Just 2 minutes' walk from Ecclesall Road student houses, 10 minutes' walk from the Collegiate Campus, and having great transport links to the city centre, north east Derbyshire and the Peak District. Also, minutes' walk to the very trendy Sharrow Vale Road which hosts a multitude of bars, cafes, coffee shops, boutiques and situated just across the road from Endcliffe Park. With great transport links to the Sheffield Hallam City campus and the Sheffield University and Collegiate Campus, it is the ideal house for any student living in Sheffield. The property comprises a contemporary fitted kitchen, lounge with modern Ikea furniture, large ground floor bedroom with bay window and modern Ikea furniture, a newly fitted bathroom, 2 generously sized 1st floor bedrooms and an extra-large attic room, again with modern Ikea furniture. All rooms have locks and digital aerials.
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