2 Reception Rooms
A spacious three bedroom home on this quiet, semi-rural end of the road which enjoys beautiful, panoramic views over the Loxley Valley.
GUIDE PRICE £210,000-220,000. It is a delight to offer to the market this home on Studfield Hill in the desirable area of Loxley. Loxley has long been sought after by the house hunters of Sheffield thanks to its distinct countryside village character, catchment for well-regarded schools such as Loxley Primary and Bradfield Secondary, and the fact that it sits with one foot in the city and the other in rolling countryside. Malin Bridge tram stop, the amenities of Hillsborough and Sheffields vibrant city centre lie in one direction, and the high moors and deep valleys of the Peak District in the other. The property offers generous accommodation over two floors which are complimented by a cast iron balcony from which to enjoy the spectacular views of the Loxley Valley to the rear, a useable loft space, a very generous cellar/workshop to the lower ground floor and a detached garage. No onward chain.
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