Guide Price at £350,000 to £375,000.
An attractive 1920’s three bedroom semi-detached house with a fabulous lawned garden and views towards Sheffield City Centre. Light and airy accommodation on two floors with two reception rooms, a fitted kitchen, and a modern bathroom. Benefits from gas central heating with a combination boiler and double glazing. Driveway. Lawned garden. Carpets included.
On the ground floor, a front door opens into a reception hall with a wood effect floor. There are two well-presented reception rooms, the rear acting as the lounge with a focal decorative fireplace and a pleasant garden outlook. The front actS as the dining room with another decorative fireplace and fitted units to both alcoves. The kitchen has a range of cream coloured fitted units with wood effect worktops, splash-back tiling, and a laminate floor. Included within the sale is an integrated oven, a gas hob, and an extractor above. There is plumbing for a washing machine. A rear window overlooks the garden. Rear external door.
On the first floor, there is a landing with a ceiling hatch to the loft. There are two double bedrooms, the front bedroom having a Victorian decorative fireplace and fitted furniture to both alcoves. The rear double bedroom also has some fitted units and views towards the city centre. The third bedroom is a rear room with a fitted cupboard and views. The bathroom has a modern, white, suite with a shower above the bath, a wash basin, WC, finished with stylish tiling, a storage cupboard, and a heated towel rail.
Outside, there is a planted fronted garden behind a Escallonia and privet hedge. There is a block-paved driveway for one vehicle. Side access with a gate leads into an impressive enclosed rear garden, mainly lawned, with well-stocked planted borders, including apple and pear trees, with a block-paved terrace, a flagged patio and fencing for privacy. The shed is included within the sale. A basement with limited headroom provides additional storage space and houses the gas central heating boiler.
Greystones Hall Road is an extremely popular road, well-placed for local shops and amenities, highly regarded local schools, nearby parks including Bingham and Endcliffe Park, a woodland walk to Forge Dam, further recreational facilities, public transport, and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2%||£320,000||4||0.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£225,000 (1)||£316,667 (3)||£300,104 (48)||£536,304 (23)||£828,846 (13)|
|Flats||£125,421 (19)||£225,853 (34)||£389,375 (8)||-||-|
|All||£130,400 (20)||£233,216 (37)||£312,857 (56)||£536,304 (23)||£828,846 (13)|