1 Reception Rooms
Off Street Parking
** Guide Price £125,000 - £135,000 **
A well-presented two-bedroom flat with a modern kitchen and off-street parking
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This pleasing two-bedroom flat is situated in the sought-after area of Greenhill. James Andrew Crescent is a quiet cul-de-sac, located just off Greenhill Main Road, which is close to a wide variety of local amenities, including cafes, restaurants and a convenience store. A large retail park is situated less than a five-minute drive from the property. The area has great road and transport links with Greenhill Parkway leading to the A61 and A6102, giving you easy access to the city centre and to the M1, for the north and south. The property is located in a good school catchment, with a choice of primary and secondary schools.
The property offers a spacious lounge, a modern kitchen, two well-proportioned bedrooms, a stylish bathroom, off-street parking, an external garage and communal gardens.
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