10 Canterbury Road, Brynmill
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10 Canterbury Road, Brynmill. Swansea. SA2 0DD
£415 per calendar month
Swan letting are thrilled to introduce you this 5 bed property that is situated in the heart of Swansea. It is located close to the sea front, walking distance away from Singleton Campus, there are bus routes available seconds away if you need to go to Bay Campus. Local amenities located close at your convenience so you do not need to worry about what to make for dinner or travel far to have fun.
This property has been furnished to fit the modern standard that students are looking for now.
Each bedroom is spacious with that modern touch, double size beds, double glazed windows with plenty of storage provided leaving plenty of space in the room.
There is a modern open plan kitchen and living room with enough space to socialise and cook, all at the same time!
Spacious bathroom includes shower and toilet with plenty of walking space.
Rent Amount: £415pcmpp
Bills not included
Fees: You will not be charged for any admin fees
** Retainer payment taken when signing**
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Brynmill is the main student area in the city. This property is part of a small square close to the local primary school and is no more than a few minutes' walk from local shops and amenities, including the well-known Rhyddings Hotel.
You have a choice of good shopping in easy walking distance, either in the busy Brynymor Road and St Helens Road area, where you can find a mixture of restaurants, take-aways, pubs and convenience stores, or in Uplands which offers you Tesco and Sainsbury's and another mix of places to eat and drink. The sea front of Swansea Bay is a short walk from the house. There is a bus stop in nearby Marlborough Road for the no. 9 service to Uplands and the city centre.
Distance from Swansea University
Car - 0.9 miles, a drive of a few minutes west along Canterbury road, turn left at the end on to Langland terrace and follow this road down to the roundabout with Brynmill Lane. Take the second exit on to Brynmill lane and then turn right at the traffic lights on to the Mumbles Road.
Walk - 0.6 miles. The university is a 10 minute walk away. Go west to the bottom of the road and then turn right up Langland terrace. Follow the road until you reach the corner shop at the junction with Brynmill lane. Take the pedestrian crossing into Singleton Park and you can see the University a few hundred yards away. Take the path across Singleton Park to the Singleton Abbey entrance to the University.
Distance from University of Wales, Trinity St David’s, Swansea
Car - Just over 2 miles, or 8 minutes. Head west to the junction with Langland terrace and take a right. Follow the road to the top where you will hit the junction with Brynmill lane. Here you should turn right, then follow the road to the top where you will meet the T junction with the A4118 Sketty road. Turn right here and head towards the city. Stay on this road for 1.1 miles to the junction with Mount Pleasant (opposite the police station and the Dynevor campus building). Turn left here and the Mount Pleasant campus is 200 yards up on the right hand side.
Walk - 1.7 miles or a walk of just over half an hour. Go east along the road and turn left up De Breos street. Skirt round the school along Waterloo place. at the end of this, you will see the Rhyddings hotel. Go up Brynmill avenue and then right on to Marlborough road. Follow Marlborough road for 0.1 miles until you reach Bernard street. Turn left up Bernard street and walk until you reach the junction with Glanbrydan avenue. Take a right here and follow the road up to Uplands. When you reach the shops here, you can take a right on to the main road (Uplands crescent). The road from here to the University is a straight walk along Walter road until you reach the Mount Pleasant junction opposite the police station. Turn left here to reach the campus which is 200 yards up the hill on the right hand side.
Brynmill, with its mix of terraced houses, has long been the main student area for Swansea. Apart from students, it is mainly a middle class family area, chosen for its local schools and its convenience for the city centre and for the university. The walk to the university takes 10 to 15 minutes and the city is about 20 minutes away on foot. Several bus routes pass through here as well.
Composed mainly of Victorian and Edwardian housing, the area is hilly, but it includes good local shopping, in particular the shops of Bryn y Mor road. The Guildhall, St Helens Rugby and Cricket Ground, are important local features, and there are local churches and two parks in the area. There is no shortage of cafes, bars and restaurants serving everything from fast food to fine eating.