Now Trending: 8th July

Welcome back to Belvoir: Now Trending! In this post we will take a detailed look at the top trending properties from the Belvoir website and also some interesting property news from around the web. This week our spotlight locations are Elgin, Sheffield and Guildford.

With the new academic year creeping upon us, in third place this week is a property with students in mind. With over 150 views, this property beams full of character from the outside and offers that next step up from halls.

Coming ready furnished, it is absolutely ideal and also has the added quirkiness of a basement for extra storage.

Three double bedrooms and a good sized single room go alongside a reception room, kitchen and modernised shower room.

The perfect opportunity to move in with close friends and have a break from the hustle and bustle of student life on campus, but also ideally located close to Guildford Town Centre and Mainline Train Stations. Click here to view the full listing. 

Our runner up this week with 316 views is a suitably located and modern two bedroom terraced property to rent in Handsworth, Sheffield.

Boasting benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and private parking, it is offered as both a furnished or unfurnished property, which is certainly a massive help to some. A large conservatory looks out onto a beautifully maintained garden complete with a garage.

Sit back, relax and unwind, the living room has a lovely fire feature which is a great asset to the room.

Uniquely this property is suitable for many including professionals, couples, singles or a family. Quick access to Sheffield parkway, city centre and the M1 motorway network, it would be highly recommended to get your viewing booked. To see the full listing please click here.

Taking the top spot with a whopping 847 views an attractive and modern semi-detached property for sale in Elgin. Relocating or buying with benefits for the future, it is a perfect catch for those wishing to be located close to both primary and secondary schools. Come the weekend it is only a short trip to the retail park.

With a pleasantly presented chipped stone driveway, you have space for more than one car which leads onto the fully enclosed rear garden with patio area. This can only mean one thing … no escape for the little ones.

The entrance hallway is just the beginning of all the rooms you would seek from a traditional property, it opens up to a kitchen, lounge, conservatory, guest W.C, three double bedrooms and a bathroom. A lot of rooms for a property which looks quite petite from the outside.

Why not take a look at the full listing here.

From around the web: The time-honoured principle of ‘buying the worst house on the best street’ worked perfectly.

This week showed a number of inspiring home renovations and interior design ideas. This one particularly caught our eye.

The sheer talent and determination of this couple to transfer this property after buying a ‘wreck’ is truly amazing. A property some may have deemed unliveable is now a thing of beauty. You can take a look here.