KITCHEN 12' 6" x 11' 9" (3.81m x 3.58m)
LIVING ROOM 14' 6" x 11' 9" (4.42m x 3.58m)
MASTER BEDROOM 12' 4" x 11' 9" (3.76m x 3.58m)
BEDROOM TWO 11' 9" x 10' 1" (3.58m x 3.07m)
BEDROOM THREE 13' 9" x 11' 10" (4.19m x 3.61m)
Guide price of £175,000 to £185,000. Requiring modernization this spacious three-bedroom mid-terrace is located on a beautiful tree-lined street in the heart of the popular suburb of Crookes. Sure to be of interest to first time buyers the property is within walking distance of the city centre, central hospitals and Sheffield University.
Like most Crookes terraces, the entrance is via the rear of the property through the back door into a lobby which has leads into both the dining kitchen and bathroom. The bathroom has a good size shower cubicle, WC and wash basin. The dining kitchen is a good size with plenty of worktop space and cupboards above and below the worktop. From the kitchen are steps down into the cellar that runs underneath the living room.
At the front of the property is the lounge with generously proportioned bay window and front door. Privacy from passing pedestrians is created by the forecourt and privet hedge to the front of the property. The property has further privacy with no houses across the road, instead there is Crookes Congregational Church.
Up the stairs to the first floor landing, the front bedroom is a large double with storage space provided by the cupboard under the stairs to the attic. Across the landing is the second bedroom, which is another double with views out to the rear garden.
Stairs lead up to the third bedroom in the attic, which is yet another double with further potential to extend into the roof space.
Externally the house has an North-East facing rear garden with a large patio and established flowerbeds, perfect for those summer evenings.
The property has gas central heating provided by a combination boiler.
Locally Crookes offers a wide range of independently run shops, bars and restaurants as well as a Sainsbury's Local and Co-op and offers public transport access to Sheffield City Centre, teaching hospitals and universities. Also within a short walk is Broomhill where there are more restaurants, pubs and cafes. Sheffield is known for its stunning local countryside and green spaces and within walking distance are Bole Hill Recreation Ground, Weston Park and The Botanical Gardens. For people looking to venture a little further within a short drive is Lady Bower Reservoir, Rivelin Valley and Redmires Reservoirs.