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A large terraced home on this ever popular street. Previously a student let the house is an ideal investment, or a great family home in the making.
GUIDE PRICE £200,000 - £210,000.
A deceptively spacious, four bedroom, mid-terraced home on this hugely popular street just minutes from the bustling Sharrow Vale Road and Ecclesall Road. The location is ideal for easy access to the city centre, the nearby Peak District, hospitals and universities and of course, excellent local schooling for children of all ages. The property has in recent years been occupied by students and is sold with an HMO licence and would make an ideal turn-key investment for those looking to acquire a multi-room student let. Equally attractive is the properties appeal for conversion back to a family home as there is plenty of space across three floors (in addition to cellars) and a private and enclosed garden to the rear. Sold with no onward chain.
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