Sheffield has some great student areas, West Street, Ecclesall Road, Divison Street, Hunters Bar, City Centre and University areas.
10 Portland Lane, S1 4DG
The heartbeat of all things Sheffield Student related. Both universities, Sheffield University and Hallam City Campus are in the City Centre. It boasts every amenity possible, home to all the student friendly bars, clubs, shops, and restaurants. Sheffield’s coolest shops and bars can be found hidden away amongst vibrant street art. The city centre is home to the vast majority of Sheffield Students who want to live with large groups of other students and be in the best location near the university and nightlife. Portland Tower is the best choice for Sheffield city centre student living, offering large open plan living in the heart of the city. Perfect for groups of 4 to 7 studying at either Sheffield University or Hallam. Sunrisestar also have the Albion for groups of 8 and 9 in the city centre. Sheffield city centre is a fantastic place for students to live for several reasons: Proximity to Universities: Sheffield city centre is home to two of the city's largest universities, the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. Both are within walking distance or a short bus ride away, which makes it easy for students to commute to classes and access the resources available on campus. Vibrant Nightlife: Sheffield is known for its vibrant nightlife, with a variety of bars, pubs, and clubs to suit all tastes. Whether you're into live music, comedy, or just a night out with friends, there's always something going on in the city centre. Cultural Attractions: Sheffield has a rich cultural scene, with museums, galleries, and theatres showcasing everything from contemporary art to local history. The city also hosts several festivals throughout the year, such as the Sheffield Doc/Fest and Tramlines music festival. Green Spaces: Despite being a city, Sheffield has plenty of green spaces, including the stunning Peak District National Park, which is just a short bus or train ride away. Within the city centre itself, there are several parks and gardens, including the picturesque Botanical Gardens. Overall, Sheffield city centre offers a great quality of life for students, with a thriving cultural scene, affordable living costs, and easy access to universities and green spaces.
1 Broomhall Road, Sheffield S10 2DN
A lovely leafy suburb of Sheffield, the second most popular area with students after the city centre, close to The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam Collegiate Campus. There are a few nice pubs and shops where students go before heading into town. Fulwood Road is still a bustling place where you can find hip cafés and live performance venues. What is especially great about Broomhall is that whilst being close to the universities it’s also a very quick walk into the city centre. Our Broomhall Street 6 bed houses are in between Broomhill and the city centre, if you are a large group you can take both for a massive 12 bed property. Fairfield House and Lodge are ideal for students wanting to live in a beautiful student area, set in its own grounds the property consists of three separate students only buildings. You will regularly see students enjoying the grounds socialising with each other. There is also a communal games room and free parking! Broomhill and Broomhall are two popular areas for students to live in Sheffield, and there are several reasons why they are great places to live: Proximity to Universities: Broomhill and Broomhall are located close to both the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. This means that students can easily walk or cycle to lectures, saving time and money on transportation costs. Amenities: Both areas have a wide range of amenities, including supermarkets, shops, cafes, and restaurants. There are also several parks and green spaces in the area, such as Weston Park and the Botanical Gardens, which are great places to relax and unwind. Transport links: Broomhill and Broomhall are well-connected to the rest of the city, with good transport links to other areas of Sheffield. There are regular buses that run through the area, making it easy to get to the city centre, train station, and other parts of Sheffield. Community: Broomhill and Broomhall have a strong sense of community, with plenty of events and activities taking place throughout the year. There are also several student societies and clubs based in the area, providing opportunities for students to meet new people and get involved in activities they enjoy. Overall, Broomhill and Broomhall offer a great quality of life for students, with easy access to universities, amenities, and transport links. The sense of community in the area is also a big draw, providing opportunities for students to make friends and get involved in activities outside of their studies.
A four-mile road full of a high quality mix and independent bars and shops. Slowly being taken back by the locals with students moving into the city centre. Walking down ‘Eccy Road’ you will pass countless store windows that are beautifully decorated all year round. it’s home to kooky brands, boutique beauty bars and a mix of proper pubs and achingly hip restaurants. You’ll also be able to get your fix of cheap eats with KFC and Nando’s being amongst the most popular. Whilst it’s not got the proximity to the universities or as many amenities as the city centre Ecclesall Road is still an option for students. Fairfield House and Lodge are the perfect distance in between The University of Sheffield and Ecclesall Road, great for students wanting to make the most out of the area. Ecclesall Road is however more popular with Sheffield Hallam Collegiate Campus students, and so Fairfield is a great choice for anyone at Collegiate with rooms from 5 to 7 available. If you’re a group of 4 or 5 and then Cemetery Road are two lovely apartments very close to Ecclesall Road.