Addendum To Printed Catalogue
New guide price £70,000-£80,000
A two double bedroom semi detached now requiring a scheme of cosmetic refurbishment but having the benefit of gas central heating, majority double glazing and on a corner plot with gardens to three sides. Due to the layout of the house and garden there is potential to extend to the side or maybe utilising the existing attached store (subject to all necessary consents and regulations). The house also enjoys lovely far reaching views across Pilley and the surrounding area.
Pilley is a popular and sought after village on the outskirts of Sheffield and within the borough of Barnsley. The village has a primary school and the property is well placed for the daily commute with easy access to both the M1 and Dearne Valley Parkway linking Sheffield, Barnsley and Rotherham. The larger nearby village amenities in Hoyland Common and the local secondary schools offer further facilities and the house is within minutes walking distance of the open countryside for dog walkers and rural activities.
Hall, fitted kitchen, through lounge/dining room with doors to the rear garden. Off the kitchen is a large attached outhouse/store which could be extended into.
Landing, two double bedrooms and bathroom/W.C.
The property sits in an elevated position enjoying views. There are gardens to three sides, mainly laid to lawn with shrub, trees and plants. Parking on the road.
Energy Efficiency Rating C
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
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