1 Reception Rooms
EXCELLENT LOCATION | GOOD TRANSPORT LINKS | FREEHOLD | GAS CENTRAL HEATING
Guide Price £150,000 - £160,000
Preston Baker are delighted to offer to the market this spacious and well-presented three bedroom terraced! Situated in the popular area of Hillsborough. Wood Road is a quiet, residential street in an ideal location, close to a variety of local amenities including parks, schools, supermarkets, shops and cafes. It has excellent road and public transport links, with Supertram terminus at Malin Bridge only a couple of minutes away, offering easy access to both the city centre and the beautiful Peak District.
The property benefits from gas central heating with a new boiler fitted 6 year ago, uPVC double glazing added throughout over the last few years including the large bay window within 3 years. The modern kitchen was fitted around 6 years ago. The roof was replaced in the last five years and smart meters added.
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