A place where stunning architecture meets modern design.
Provincial House is perfect for those who like to be in the buzz of city life but want tranquility and downtime when they need to buckle down and study.
Located immediately to the north of the University of Sheffield’s North campus, you’ll just be on the doorstep from study and friends.
Provincial House brings the past into the future, the main building is a Grade II listed historic building with old world charm and new blocks surrounding it to make an amazing neighbourhood feel. All of the studios are professionally designed – with cosy ¾ double beds, plenty of storage, fully equipped kitchens and modern bathrooms.
You’ll also enjoy designed communal facilities galore with a fully equipped on-site gym, a cinema, private study rooms and decorated common rooms to enjoy your days off or your nights studying.
And, because we like to keep things simple, all the utilities are rolled into the price of the rent, electric, gas, high speed internet with Wifi, it’s all included.
Again, the location is the best! Shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes. Music, art, and film. And it’s all close by.
For full details of what is included in your Contents Insurance please click here.
And there’s more – when you become a Hello Student resident, you’ll instantly get access to exclusive discounts and rewards through our partner Perkbox. See just some of the huge savings here!
Prices & Booking
|Room Type||Description||Price per week||Weeks||Booking fees||Total||Start date||Availability|
|Classic Studio||£165.00||34||£0.00||£5,610.00||13 Jan 2018||
Join waiting list
||£199.00||34||£0.00||£6,766.00||13 Jan 2018||
||£190.00||34||£0.00||£6,460.00||13 Jan 2018||
||£175.00||34||£0.00||£5,950.00||13 Jan 2018||
||£225.00||34||£0.00||£7,650.00||13 Jan 2018||
Close to it all
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