3 Reception Rooms
Off Street Parking
A well-presented four-bedroom semi-detached property with two spacious reception rooms and a conservatory
This well-presented four-bedroom semi-detached property is located in the sought-after area of Endcliffe.
Endcliffe Vale Road is located in a great area, being within a few minutes' walk of both the Botanical Gardens and Endcliffe Park. Also, Ecclesall Road and Sharrow Vale Road are only a five-minute walk away, which has a wide variety of local amenities, including local bakeries, patisseries and restaurants. The area has excellent road and transport links into the city centre. The property is also located in a good school catchment, and is also situated close to Sheffield University Campus and hospitals.
The property offers, two expansive reception rooms, a well-proportioned kitchen, four pleasing bedrooms, two bathrooms, a conservatory, off-street parking and a garage. There is also a lovely communal garden.
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