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The property sits on almost half-acre plot (0.444) in Brincliffe, one of Sheffield's most desirable areas. It is primed for modernisation.
Guide Price £600,000 - £625,000. This is an exceptionally rare opportunity to acquire a fantastic detached four double bedroom house on Lyndhurst Road, a sought after quiet tree lined road. The property boasts a prime location benefiting from a desirable school catchment, the extensive amenities of Ecclesall Road with their vast array of cafés, restaurants, bars and shops. Nether Edge & Sharrow Vale also provide some superb amenities including regular Sunday farmers market and shops. There are excellent transport links with frequent bus services nearby and within a short drive you will find yourself in the beautiful open spaces of the Peak National Park.
This sizeable plot has considerable potential having an enviable, south-westerly aspect. The current property offers scope for extension or development and modernisation.
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