3 Reception Rooms
Off Street Parking
A deceptively spacious, well-proportioned, family home with great character on this much sought after residential road.
GUIDE PRICE £485,000 to £500,000
An opportunity has arisen to acquire this substantial, five/six bedroom, semi-detached family home on one of Ecclesalls most sought after and highly regarded roads. Woodholm Road has long been coveted by the house buyers of South-West Sheffield for its enviable position just off Ecclesall Road South which affords easy road and public transport links to Sheffields bustling centre as well as the citys hospitals and universities. Varied local amenities, excellent local schools for children of all ages and the natural beauty of the Peak District all lie close by. The spacious accommodation is laid out over three floors and in brief comprises; large hallways and landings, dining kitchen, three reception rooms, five/six bedrooms, two bathrooms, cellars, front and rear gardens and driveway. Viewing is essential.
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