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    Home needed in Chesterfield

    I'm looking for a 2 bed house to rent in Chesterfield for me and my 19 month old daughter.
    Must accept local housing allowence.

    All i want is a nice house in a decent area.

    Thanks x

    #2
    I would suggest a look on the major property portals. I've just done a quick search on Rightmove and there are 52 2-bed houses for rent in Chesterfield.

    Try:

    www.rightmove.co.uk
    www.primelocation.com
    www.findaproperty.com
    www.propertyfinder.com

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