2 Reception Rooms
A charming family home on this quiet street in the heart of Nether Edge with great views and a lovely, south facing rear garden.
Its with pleasure that we offer for sale this extended semi-detached home on Thorne Road. Thorne Road is a quiet residential street made up of just 9 houses. Its location couldnt be better, being elevated on a secluded street yet just minutes from the bustle of Nether Edges shops and market place, the thriving cosmopolitan Abbeydale Road and the green spaces of Chelsea Park and Brincliffe Edge. Nether Edge is known for its diverse, close-knit community, which is embodied by the nearby Ofsted Outstanding Nether Edge Primary school, for which Thorne Road lies in catchment. The property offers accommodation over three levels with two ground floor reception rooms, three first floor bedrooms and a further two bedrooms to the top floor, which we are classing as one bedroom. The garden extends to the side as well as the rear and enjoys a bright and sunny, south-westerly aspect.
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