A charming three bedroom period terrace house with off shot layout, gas central heating, double glazing and available vacant. The house is located within approximately half a mile of Sheffield City Centre therefore offering superb access to City Centre facilities to suit either a landlord investor or local residential buyer. The house would benefit from some basic cosmetic updating but viewing is advised.
Highfield is located within a short distance of Sheffield City centre, there are local shops, amenities, supermarkets, convenient access to universities and hospitals, excellent road and bus links along with access to the train station.
The front entrance door opens to the open plan bay window living room, inner lobby, and separate dining room with access to the cellar, off shot fitted kitchen with stainless steel appliances and door to garden.
Double bedroom one, single bedroom two and a shower room/ W.C. with suite in white.
Staircase from the first floor landing to the second floor attic double bedroom three.
The exterior of the property has a forecourt garden with pathway to the front entrance door. Courtyard style rear garden with walled boundaries.
Energy Efficiency Rating D
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
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