Addendum To Printed Catalogue
New guide price £170,000+
** NEW GUIDE 170,000+**
A 1930’s vacant, three bedroomed semi detached home situated in a highly regarded and sought after residential location. The property now requires a scheme of refurbishment and modernisation but offers superb potential to the buyer. The house offers further potential to extend creating larger family accommodation if so required, this is of course subject to all necessary planning permissions and approvals. The property has gas central heating, majority double glazing and small driveway.
Beauchief is a highly regarded leafy residential road very popular with family buyers. The area is served by a comprehensive range of excellent local amenities around Hutcliffe Wood, Woodseats and close to regarded local junior & secondary schools. Regular local public transport provides convenient access to Sheffield City Centre, local golf and tennis clubs along with a range of gyms and Graves Park Leisure Centre. Within approximately two miles of by-pass with links to motorway networks, Dore Train Station providing national rail links ideal for commuting. Within a few miles of Derbyshire and the Peak District National Park.
Entrance hall, lounge, dining room and kitchen
Landing, three bedrooms and bathroom/W.C. in white
Small driveway and garden to the front, side access leads to a long rear garden with lawn and established planting.
Energy Efficiency Rating: D
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
Plans shown are for information only and are not to scale
Strictly by appointment with Joint agent Blundells Auctions 0114 2541185 or at weekends Blundells Woodseats 0114 345 0551
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