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Queens House Regency Residencial | Luxury CityCentre Apartments in Sheffield

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Luxury CityCentre Apartments in Sheffield | £1000 Reservation

The residential development due to complete in Q2 2018 boasts open plan living quarters, contemporary fitted kitchens and a choice of Studio, One-bedroom and Two-bedroom apartments with well-designed bathrooms.

The brand new development is offering investors up to 8% projected annual yield – to register your interest in Queens House, get in contact by filling the enquiry form below.

Queens House is situated in a city centre location. The building is in close proximity to a range of amenities, entertainment options, landmarks, greenery and transport links, making it the perfect ‘city living’ location. The central location of Queens House means both the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University are within a 15-minute walk.

Why Invest?

  • Ideal Location In Sheffield City Centre
  • Only A £1,000 Reservation Fee
  • City Centre Apartments From £99,950
  • Up To 7.5% Annual Projected Yield
  • Two University Campuses Within a 15-minute Walk
  • Five Airports Located Less Than an Hour Away
  • A Fantastic Buy-to-let or Student Accommodation Investment

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The Investment

  • Ideal Location In Sheffield City Centre
  • Only A £1,000 Reservation Fee
  • City Centre Apartments From £99,950
  • Up To 7.5 % Annual Projected Yield
  • 99 Studio, One and Two-Bedroom Apartments
  • Two University Campuses Within a 15-minute Walk
  • Located at the Heart of the UK’s Motorway Network
  • Five Airports Located Less Than an Hour Away
  • A Fantastic Buy-to-let or Student Accommodation Investment

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