2 Reception Rooms
Off Street Parking
++ Multiple Plot Purchase ++
*** GUIDE PRICE 300,000 to 310,000 ***
VIEWINGS ARE A MUST!!
Preston Baker are delighted to bring to the market a property with multiple plots on Hutcliffe Wood Road.
The property comprises of a sizable commercial unit that is currently leased. The coffee shop has internal seating along with a large fronted patio seating area. A ground floor two-bedroomed bedsit that has a kitchen, living room and two double bedrooms.
Finally a spacious three bed apartment that sits on the first and second floor. This apartment has been refurbished to a high standard. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazed units throughout.
The location could not be better, the property sits in the heart of Beauchief close to the junction of Abbey Lane, and it benefits from footfall due to its prominent position nestled within the local shops on Hutcliffe Wood Road.
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