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New hall near the Uni of Sheffield
Everything is new - opened September 2017!
Fast WiFi, sophisticated interior and ensuite rooms
It's only 19 minutes from the University of Sheffield
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Amazing room size. Shared bathrooms which may put some off but is honestly allot nicer than an ensuite due mainly to there nit being a toilet in your bedroom. Temperature control was not good with some rooms being very cold and others unbareably warm at times. The type of people it seems to attract are amasing, with a relaxed very friendly atmosphere. The social space was a little uncomfortable (cheap plastic chairs) although it was very large and offered plenty of room for party's.
Beautiful surroundings. Lots of green spaces. Across road from the Botanical Gardens. Older hall, so bar and social space has gone, but the flats are huge and there are loads of gardens, a table tennis table and regular-sized tennis courts. There are also great facilities a short walk away at Endcliffe Village (The Edge). Close enough to Uni as well as Broomhill/Eccleshall Road shops and bars.
I think that I like the Crewe Flats from all the flats I've been to! The rooms are massive compared to all the other Ranmoor/Endcliffe accomodations and so is the kitchen (to be fair, we do have one of the biggest kitchens in Crewe). It is quite close to uni and the Broomhill shops. It's not completely part of the Endcliffe village though. I personally love it a lot, because we also have a garden and everything! I think it's also the cheapest accomodation and our cleaner is the loveliest.
Crewe has HUGE bedrooms, it is a okay, it is in flats of 10, no social space only the kitchen. Smells a tiny bit, not in Endcliffe Village entirely, it is accross the road or so, closer to university I suppose. Old building, nice gardens though.
No social spaces! The kitchens were too small and horrible for the ten people in my flat to sit and chat. It was also way too expensive considering everything broke at one point or another, single glazing windows and a broken security box which beeped non stop throughout the year.