A well proportioned two bedroomed second floor flat which will appeal to property professionals or landlords. The vacant flat now requires a full scheme of updating and refurbishment but has the benefit of UPVC double glazing and partial central heating. Communal grounds.
Located in this popular residential area close to a good range of amenities including shops, supermarkets, direct routes leading to Sheffield and the M1 and a few minutes’ drive or walk from the Northern General Hospital. Longley Park is also within easy reach and the area is well served by bus services.
Communal entrance hall and stairs to all floors.
Hallway, lounge/dining room, separate kitchen, bedroom one, bedroom two/box room and bathroom/W.C.
Communal grounds and gardens.
Energy Efficiency Rating tbc
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
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