Addendum To Printed Catalogue
The vendor advises that utilities can be taken from the house next door as they own the premises. Interested parties to make their own enquiries.
Full planning was granted in April 2019 for the new build of a three-storey residential detached block comprising of three apartments including provision of associated parking. There are 2, two bedroom apartments and a one bedroom. The unit will be around a total floor space is 191sqm or 2055 sqft once completed and is located in the centre of a row of traditional terraced houses.
Wincobank is a popular and convenient area with a number of local amenities such as Meadowhall shopping centre, the new ikea Sheffield store, local shops, doctors, schools and supermarkets. The area is also popular for those who commute with great links for the Motorway network, Tram, train, bus and coach stations, as well as a number of local bus routes.
Proposed Plans - Ground Floor
Communal stairs to all floors.
Flat 1 - Open plan living space, two bedrooms and a bathroom/W.C.
Flat 2 - Open plan living space, two bedrooms and a bathroom/W.C.
Flat 3 - Open plan living space, one bedroom and a bathroom/W.C.
Two parking spaces, bin store and shared areas.
Interested parties are asked to make their own enquiries. Further information is supplied in the legal pack available online. The land is sold as seen. Utilities are available via the next door property, please see lega pack for more information.
Planning permission was granted by Sheffield City Council, reference 19/00610/FUL in April 2019. Interested parties are referred to Sheffield City Council 0114 273 4854 or www.sheffield.gov.uk. Planning and development section.
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