6 Thompson Road, Sheffield, S11 8RB
** ONE ROOM AVAILABLE IN SHARED HOUSE ** Large house situated in a prime location just off Ecclesall Road and close to the Collegiate campus and the beautiful Botanical Gardens! Includes super-fast fibre optic broadband. Brand new modern fitted kitchen and also includes a dishwasher and tumble dryer with separate utility room; 1 bathroom and 2 shower rooms. Fully furnished lounge and all 8 double bedrooms fitted with modern Ikea furnishings. Located in the heart of Ecclesall Road student housing and situated 2 minutes' walk from Collegiate Campus, Tesco, Boots, Costa, Starbucks, KFC, Nandos and other local amenities, within walking distance of the city centre and with good transport links to and from the Sheffield Midland train station, Sheffield Interchange (Main Bus Station), Sheffield Hallam University City Campus and Sheffield University. A fantastic location for the bars and nightlife!
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