* Substantial 5/6 Bedroom mid terraced house
* Property is now vacant but was let for approx. £21,000 PA fully let to 6
* Highly regarded and sought after location close to local amenities and shops along Eccleshall Road
* Property requires refurbishment but offers superb potential to residential developers or landlords
* Easy access to the University and City Centre along with excellant bus and road links
A substantial former student let property with 5 formal bedrooms but could be let to 6 with accommodation over 3 floors. The property does now require a scheme of updating and refurbishment but will offers immense scope and potential. Formerly the property was let generating approx. £21,000 PA and has an HMO license (now expired - see legal pack). Due to the size and layout of the house it will appeal to not only landlords but also property developers and residential buyers wanting to convert it back into a family home. The house has gas central heating, double glazing and rear garden.
The property is located in what is undoubtedly one of the city's most sought after suburbs. Served by a comprehensive range of superb amenities, Endcliffe Park with cafe, children's playground and recreational facilities. Sheffield University, the Botanical Gardens teaching hospitals are within easy reach along with sporting facilities including local tennis, squash, golf and snooker clubs as well as health and fitness centres. A plethora of local eateries and bars on Ecclesall Road known locally as the Golden Mile. Regular public transport, convenient for access to Sheffield City Centre.
Entrance Hall, bay windowed lounge, dining room with patio doors
to the garden and off shot kitchen and cellars.
Three double bedrooms, bathroom/W.C. and separate W.C
Two attic style double bedrooms and shower room/W.C
Front garden. Rear garden with lawned area.
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