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113 Penrhyn Road, Sharrow, Sheffield, S11 8UP

A delightful, generously sized, four-bedroom student house in Sharrow, Sheffield. The house comprises a modern fitted kitchen, bathroom, fully furnished lounge and 4 large bedrooms...

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59 Hunter Hill Road, Sheffield, S11 8UD

59 Hunter Hill Road is a large 4 bedroom house in a great location for Sheffield student accommodation. The property comprises a modern fitted kitchen with nice outside area just b...

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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'...

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