Trippet Court Sheffield
Student property Sheffield
Trippet Court is a new build property consisting of 63 en-suite apartments over 6 floors.
Sited just a short distance from both Sheffield Hallam University (13 minute walk) and the University of Sheffield (10 minute walk), the location of this property is ideal for the student community. The mainline train station is a 16 minute walk away and the city centre is just a 2 minute walk away. This prime location means that residents can make the most of the wide variety of facilities that the city and surrounding areas have to offer.
The en-suite apartments are available to purchase for £64,950. All of the Trippet Court apartments come with a 5 year assured net rental of 8% per annum.
- Contemporary en-suite student apartments
- Highly desirable location
- 8% Net Yield
- 5 Year Rent Guarantee
- Fully Furnished and Managed
TRIPPET COURT THE DEVELOPMENT
Where urban and rural living co-exist.
There has been a substantial increase in the 20-24 age bracket due to a large increase in the number of students at the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. Both universities have also experienced an increase in international students, further increasing the city’s younger population.
INVESTING IN SHEFFIELD
World famous for its steel industry, stainless steel was invented here, Sheffield has a strong industrial heritage, and whilst the smoking chimney stacks are no longer a prominent figure on the Sheffield skyline, the city continues to prosper as a centre of manufacturing and technology excellence. Health and education, logistics and distribution, legal, financial and professional services all play a major role in the city’s make-up also.
INVESTING IN THE STUDENT MARKET
The student property market represents a lucrative investment opportunity right across the UK. According to Parliament UK, the number of students enrolled on undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the academic year 2017/2018, was 2.3 million, and despite the costs of studying, the numbers of both domestic and international students applying to University courses is expected to see an even greater increase in future years.
Set in the heart of the UK, Sheffield boasts excellent transport links to the rest of the country and internationally.
This scheme builds on the hugely successful original Heart of the City project that kick started the regeneration of Sheffield city centre at the start of the Millennium. Heart of The City II is a mixed-use scheme comprising of high-quality retail, Grade A offices, hotel and residential developments, restaurants and cafés, leisure destinations, parking and stunning public realm.
|Est Monthly Rental Income
- Price £69,950
- Developer TBC
- Management co TBC
- Service charge TBC
- Management fee TBC
- Ground rent TBC
- Completion date TBC
- Tenure TBC
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