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A substantial, three bedroom home that with a large plot with separate outbuilding and drive from Burns Road, offering potential for development.
This is a rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a substantial, stone-built, semi-detached home that offers incredible potential for further development. The property is well-located on this highly desirable road in the heart of Crookesmoor, lying close to varied local amenities, universities and major hospitals and Sheffields vibrant city centre. The accommodation is well-presented and offers plenty of space over three floors, complimented by generous, dry cellars. The property occupies a generous plot that extends from its Roebuck Road frontage right the way back to Burns Road where iron gates open to a driveway, beyond which is situated a generous timber chalet. This space offers excellent scope for a potential separate dwelling, the erection of a garage, workshop or other building, subject to approval of any necessary consents.
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