3 bedroom semi detached house to rent Spurr Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
1 Reception Rooms
Off Street Parking
This beautiful three-bedroom semi-detached property is situated in Heeley. The property sits on the corner of Spurr Street and Heeley Bank Road. The location is fantastic. The area has excellent road and transports links and it is short walk into the city centre and the railway station. Handy for commuters wishing to live close to the city centre or travelling cities. There is also a main bus route that runs along Heely Bank Road into the city centre.
The property is located in a good school catchment area, with a choice of primary and secondary schools. There is a wide variety of local amenities, including three retail parks, one located on Queens Road, and two on Chesterfield Road. More local amenities, restaurants and cafes can be found on Abbeydale Road popular with professionals living in the vicinity, which is only a short drive away
The accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall, large windowed living room overlooking the attractive front garden, fantastic dining kitchen and cellar.
Three first floor bedrooms and modern bathroom suite. Lawned front garden, courtyard to rear, off street parking with a drive large enough for 2 cars and an attractive wrap around garden The property is ideal for professionals and families.
Available from the 1st January 2020. The property is being let furnished.
+++++Please note the garage and the current sofas are not included with the tenancy+++++
To secure the property you are required to pay a holding deposit of £178.85 and this will be returned upon signing of a tenancy agreement and the commencement of your tenancy.
We reserve the right to retain the holding deposit in certain circumstances, details of which can be found on our website.
Property Ombudsman Number: D6503
Client Money Protection Number: CMP003761
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