2 Reception Rooms
An immaculately presented, five/six bedroom, stone-built, semi-detached villa which overlooks Endcliffe Park and backs onto Bingham Park.
GUIDE PRICE £500,000 to £525,000.
This long, tree lined road flanks the borders of Endcliffe Parks southern boundary and is lined to one side by these imposing, stone-built villas. Though many people believe these homes to be uniform, they are far from that. This is one of a small number of its type, wider than many with a broad entrance hall, generous reception rooms, five/six well-proportioned bedrooms and the charming addition of a first floor balcony serving the master bedroom suite. The property enjoys the amenities of Ecclesall Road and Sharrow Vale a short walk away, a doctors surgery just a few doors down, a local bus service on the doorstep and excellent local schools for all ages. The house has been the subject of significant improvement and upgrading by the current owners whilst retaining its period character and offers beautifully appointed accommodation throughout.
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