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Welcome to our property search page, designed to help students easily locate suitable accommodation to rent in Sheffield, near the main universities.
We also have a student accommodation in Sheffield help guide, where you can learn more about the Claypenny fleet of Sheffield student houses, and Sheffield student accommodation in general.
Undoubtedly the best student lettings agency in Sheffield.
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A fantastic large and airy 4 bedroom student flat in Broomhall, Sheffield, right opposite the entrance to the Collegiate Campus. With 1 large shower room, fully furnished with IKEA...
An impressive and spacious 6 bedroom ground floor apartment, directly opposite the entrance to Collegiate Campus, with 2 shower rooms, fully furnished with IKEA furnishings and fla...
Quality of housing is some of the very best in Sheffield.
Could not ask for a better property company.
Voted Landlord of the year 2018 by Sheffield City Council.
A great 4 bed Sheffield student flat, with extra-large bedrooms and excellent location, right opposite the campus and 1 minute off Ecclesall Road. The property comprises a large mo...
We refurbish all of our properties on a regular basis.
Homes are of the highest of quality with excellent staff.
Large and airy 5 bedroom Sheffield student property, located in this sought after area in Sharrow, just off Ecclesall Road. It is 2 minutes' walk from the Collegiate Campus, Tesco,...
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You may have already sampled life in the university-owned halls as a first-year student, or second year student, and depending on whether your experiences were positive or negative, may want to consider your options again. If you're undecided, here is a run-down of the two main student accommodation options, alongside their pros and cons, to help you make the right choice.
University students living away from home have been one of the groups hardest hit by the impact of COVID-19 over the past year. As schools re-opened on 8th March, many higher education students may be forced to wait a bit longer before they can resume their classes.
Every student knows that going to university and having housemates go hand-in-hand. Many young students start in the dormitories, sharing a room with another first-year or an older mentor during their first uni experiences. As you get more experienced, you can branch out into sharing a house with other students for a more residential lifestyle. Of course, whether you're in the dorms or a spacious house, sharing your home with housemates has the usual set of challenges.