Sheffield Student Accommodation - Rooms To Rent Sheffield
At Claypenny, we understand the concerns of a student looking for rooms to rent Sheffield. You want to be sure your student accommodation is safe and secure and offers high-quality living at reasonable rates.
We are not an estate agent; we are a student accommodation landlord who takes pride in the service levels we offer to our customers. Our 55 plus properties are owned by Claypenny, giving us the ultimate control over the quality and you have a choice of student flats and houses with stress-free service.
Renting from 'any old' landlord carries the risk that you do not know how difficult or otherwise, they are going to be until you try them, and by then it's too late. Instead, go with Claypenny - the brand that students trust. So far, we have over 75 positive Google reviews for our student lets in Sheffield.
To view our full range, visit our property listings page where you can view student housing Sheffield sorted by price, filtered by area, or even view all the properties on a map.
Our student accommodation Sheffield city centre:
Claypenny has Sheffield student homes in the following main areas:
Or if you're looking for student accommodation in Sheffield Hallam, all of the above areas are actually part of the general Hallam area of Sheffield, but maybe you're looking to rent a student property in a much more specific area around the Sheffield Hallam University?
View our Sheffield Hallam student accommodation page to learn more about the Hallam district and why student housing in this area is so popular, and what your options are here.
Student Accommodation Terminology Explained
What is the difference between student houses, apartments, flats, and studios? Read on to find out...
A student house is a term generally used for bigger, often detached properties, that are divided up into multiple apartments. There is usually 1 shared living area including a kitchen, lounge, dining room, maybe even a conservatory, and then multiple individual bedrooms, so these are sometimes known as 'shared houses' or HMOs (House of Multiple Occupancy).
Whilst the living and kitchen areas are shared in a student house, this often means they are bigger than the ones found in self-contained student properties.
There are plenty of beautiful examples of student houses in the leafy stone-built suburbs of S7 and S11 in Sheffield. Popular student housing areas like Hallam, Sharrow, Broomhill, Crookes, Crookesmoor and Ecclesall Road can also be seen on this University of Sheffield video tour of the district:
Student Flats vs Student Apartments
The terms student flats and student apartments can mean the same thing, but a flat is often larger, normally occupying the whole of 1 level of a multi-story student property, whereas apartments are typically smaller and several to 1 storey.
Student apartments and flats are often self-contained, so whilst sometimes small compared with shared student houses, you do at least have your very own kitchen and living area as well as your bedroom, so you're more in control of your personal space.
Student studios or 'studio flats' are typically even smaller than apartments. Whereas a 1 bedroom apartment typically has at least a bedroom, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a living area, a student studio usually has only 2 rooms - a bathroom and an 'all-other' room, which is a bedroom, kitchen, and living area all rolled into one; studios can be a cramped place to live for more than a few days at a time.
Bear in mind that before you invite a few friends round, you will need to make your bed, you have no separate bedroom where you can leave your mess or private belongings and close the door!
And larger parties or social events are out in a studio and our wide range of cheap student accommodation in Sheffield at only a fractionally higher price per month, so don’t we feel the need to include any studios within our offering.
As the premium quality choice in student letting agents Sheffield; we have been voted "Private Landlord of the Year" and awarded for "Outstanding Customer Service" by the Sheffield City Council.
We feel sure we can help with your needs so please do be free to contact us to discuss on 0114 266 9900.
Some useful websites for our area:
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