3 Reception Rooms
Off Street Parking
A detached house with planning permission to extend, sitting on a near half-acre plot on this hugely desirable road.
Guide Price £725,000 - £750,000.
This is a very exciting opportunity to acquire a substantial, detached, family home on a large (0.444 acre), south-westerly facing plot. Lyndhurst Road is a gem of a street; within striking distance of both the city centre and the Peak District, close to the bustle of Ecclesall Road, Sharrow Vale and Nether Edge, yet with a peaceful, almost rural feel thanks to the abundance of trees and the large gardens which surround the relatively few houses that line the road. There is huge potential on offer, both for the house and with the grounds, the current owners having recently had planning permission granted for a substantial extension to the ground floor accommodation. Opportunities like this are rare to the market and so we would recommend an early expression of interest.
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