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A charming, Grade II listed, Georgian house with immense character, generous space and a lovely rear garden in the heart of busy Broomhill.
A handsome, Grade II listed, Georgian townhouse in this vibrant part of town, with great independent shops on the doorstep, Universities and Hospitals within a stones throw and the bustling centres of Broomhill, West Street and Sheffield City Centre just a short walk away. Whilst having been significantly improved by our current owners and finished to a high standard with wonderful attention to detail in the decoration and presentation, the property still retains its historic and charm and character throughout. There is generous space over three floors, which makes this an ideal purchase for the family buyer as well as the first-timer, those looking to downsize and professionals looking for a location thats second-to-none. Externally there is an enclosed town garden thats a real rarity in this part of the world.
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