* Large two bedroom detached bungalow on a generous plot
* Cul de sac location and pleasant aspect over surrounding area
* Sought after development in a prime residential area, unique opportunity to purchase
* Property requires complete renovation and modernisation
A large two bedroom detached bungalow, ripe for renovation and modernisation and offering huge scope and potential. The property sits in a generous plot with the garden to front and rear, to the rear backing onto open fields and enjoying views beyond over surrounding countryside. The bungalow sits in a cul de sac location, is just under 2000 sq feet in total (approx.), has gas main connected, driveway and garage and is vacant. The development benefits from an on-site heated indoor swimming pool along with various activities and social events held on site.=1mm/>
Whinfell Court is a fabulous private development located to the south west of the City and the highly regarded suburb of Whirlow. Situated just off Ecclesall Road South it's conveniently positioned for road and bus links being around 3 miles from the City Centre. Close to nearby sports clubs and golf courses, within easy reach of the beautiful Ecclesall Woods and on the edge of the open countryside and the Peak District National Park. The property falls in the catchment for many local reputable schools and is also conveniently positioned for private hospitals with local facilities and amenities in Dore and Parkhead.=1mm/>
Entrance porch/lobby, dining room, lounge, inner hallway, kitchen, utility room. Master bedroom
with en suite bathroom/W.C. and dressing room, bedroom two, bathroom/W.C. =1mm/>
Driveway leading to the integral garage. Front garden with shrubs and plants, pathway leading to the rear good sized garden which backs onto open fields with views =1mm/>
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