1 Reception Rooms
Off Street Parking
A simply stunning, thoughtfully extended, four double bedroom home with driveway and a lovely, large rear garden.
This is an exciting opportunity to acquire a substantial family home on this highly desirable road in this leafy suburb of Sheffield. The property has been thoughtfully and skilfully extended from its origins as an already spacious inter-war semi to this now quite captivating family home of generous proportions and wonderful style. Key features include the open plan living kitchen to the side and rear of the home, a stunning master bedroom with free-standing Victoria and Albert bath, large top floor bedroom suite and a fabulous, private rear garden that backs onto the grounds of Kenwood Park Hotel. Cherry Tree road is a lovely, winding road that runs between Psalter Lane and Union Road, it lies close to varied amenities and has favourable school catchment for children of all ages. Viewing comes highly recommended.
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