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  1. so i had to be out of my current place five days ago and didn't manage to secure anything up there i've found more lodgings here in bristol, move tomorrow. just gives me a bit more time without having to rush anything, and there's no minimum term so it's quite flexible if something suitable comes up. again thanks everyone for the help and general friendliness, it is encouraging and appreciated! i shall keep looking!
  2. there's a handful of okay ones, like you say. this one came on today, https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/85383496 is that area okay? from what i understand brincliffe, nether edge, sharrow, are nicer the further away from abbeydale road you are; this is fairly close. i like that it's a victorian conversion though!
  3. ahh no, we didn't get as far as that, and to be honest, i don't have the energy at the moment to put up a fight! the search continues..!
  4. hey, thanks for all your welcoming messages :) sadly, a few hours later after accepting this, i received the following email from the letting company: "After initially accepting your application, independently of us, a friend of the landlord has approached wanting to rent the property. The Landlord has decided to go with the other applicant, meaning she wants to withdraw from your application. Your holding deposit of £92 will be refunded in 3-5 working days. Apologies for the inconvenience." So i'm back to square one!
  5. https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/97506683 i just accepted this one! it's small, but everything else about the location seemed good!
  6. hey everyone, i really appreciate your help and suggestions the search goes on.. however i have seen one that i'm rather interested in on eccleshall road, it seems to have a load of nice qualities; halfway between the peak district and the city centre, a really nice park nearby (endcliffe park) which looks like a really good place for running, which i like to do a few times a week.. good selection of local shops, and from what i have seen online, seems like a fairly quiet area but possibly very studenty.. the place i've seen is about halfway between the park and eccleshall road south, near the greystones road junction. is this a good little area or am i going to have students partying all around me until 2am every night?
  7. hey there! what makes you say this? after having spent the last few weeks considering many of the areas mentioned above, there's actually plenty of flats / apartments well within budget, even in dore and totley, although they come up less frequently.
  8. yes, walkley is on the list, looks fine to me! noted, thank you! yes, looks like a fantastic area. and there's an m&s food hall nearby. lovely!
  9. hey, interesting suggestion! hadn't really heard of this area before now, did a bit of reading about it, seems like a lovely and desirable area! sadly there's little there in the way of rental property (in my price range) and when there is it seems to go within days. being 140 miles away i'm at a disadvantage when it comes to viewings! also, even though it's just a ten minute train journey to sheffield, it just feels a little far out for me what with having no car, etc. hmm, i won't completely rule it out though, thanks
  10. hello! i'm looking to relocate from bristol to sheffield within the next month; a friend from leeds recommended sheffield for a number of reasons, mainly the cost of living vs bristol.. it seems i could afford my own place for the same kind of cost as sharing down here, which is the main motivation for the move. i'll be renting, fairly low budget of around £500, not interested in schools / family stuff. it's just me, single 41 year old male. don't know a single person up there so it feels a bit daunting i'll be working from home, and don't drive, i tend to cycle everywhere (hills are not a problem). bit outdoorsy in nature and would like to take advantage of the peak district as much as possible for camping and mountain biking i was looking at central areas like kelham island, seems to be quite trendy, not too fussed about that. don't want to be surrounded by students if i can possibly help it, though i don't mind a mixture the main things for me are finding somewhere that is quiet, safe, low crime/burglaries, and ideally convenient to access station / supermarkets etc i'd really appreciate any guidance from those that know sheffield well thanks mike
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