2 Reception Rooms
A substantial, Victorian, bay-fronted villa, unmodernised and offering incredible scope for refurbishment and redevelopment.
This is an incredibly exciting opportunity to acquire a sizeable, mid terraced villa in one of Sheffields most sought after residential locations. Wadbrough Road lies just off Ecclesall Road on the fringes of the Botanical Gardens. The location couldnt be better with an enviable array of shops bars and restaurants on the doorstep, the open green spaces of parks and gardens close by and excellent school catchment to boot. The property has been untouched cosmetically for nearly 30 years and as such offers a time-warp renovation project that retains an incredible amount of the building's original features, character and integrity. Although unmodernised, the structure and fabric have been constantly maintained over the years by the owners and so this project will appeal to enthusiastic family buyers and investors alike.
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