Student Housing Sheffield Ecclesall Road - Award Winners - 5 Star Reviews
Ecclesall Road student houses are a popular choice for university students seeking accommodation in Sheffield.
Claypenny offers a wide range of over 30 student properties on or close to Ecclesall Road.
Award-Winning Student Housing Ecclesall Road
Claypenny have been voted "Private Landlord of the Year" and awarded for "Outstanding Customer Service" by the Sheffield City Council.
We also have over 75 Google Reviews from students renting our accommodation, of which over 70 are 5-star ratings, and the average review score is currently at 4.8/5 stars.
Clearly a student housing landlord you can trust!
About Ecclesall Road Student Houses
You can see more useful information introducing you to the area on The University of Sheffield City Tour video for students here:
Affectionately known as 'Eccy Road' by the locals, Ecclesall Road runs along the South end of the Sheffield Hallam district, bordering popular student areas like Broomhall, Sharrow, Endcliffe, Brindcliffe, Nether Edge, Greystones, and Bents Green.
There is a stretch of Ecclesall Road known as Sheffield's Golden Mile - this section has one of the most diverse selections of premium restaurants, cafes, pubs, and bars in the country, along with a Marks & Spencer’s Food Hall, the Coffika cafe and a Tesco. Much of Ecclesall Road's student housing is located in the back-streets running off or parallel to this section.
At the top end of the 'Golden Mile' is the beautiful Endcliffe Park, and the whole of the Ecclesall Road area is very conveniently located near to the main Sheffield Universities.
Student properties along Ecclesall Road remain in high demand, so please make sure you reserve early to avoid disappointment.
Or you can view all Ecclesall Road student houses on our student property search.
Our address: Claypenny Properties, 51 Collegiate Crescent, off Ecclesall Road, Sheffield, S10 2BR | Email: email@example.com
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