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A deceptively spacious, three double bedroom home with bags of character, a wood burning stove and an ensuite to the master bedroom.
Athol Road is a little known, quiet backwater street that lies in this desirable residential suburb. The location is ideal for those who want a peaceful setting that lies just minutes from the hustle and bustle of both Chesterfield Road and Abbeydale Road with their extensive amenities and excellent road and public transport links. Sheffield city centre and the beauty of the Peak National Park are also within easy striking distance. The property benefits from the additional space over the passageway which affords three generous double bedrooms, the master having the enviable benefit of a well-appointed ensuite shower room. The bedrooms are complimented by inviting living space to the ground floor and a rear courtyard garden. Viewing comes highly recommended.
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