Mr Wakefield, Yorkshire
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For Sale by Auction 26th October Double Tree by Hilton, S8 8BW
A two bedroom mid terrace home to suit builders, landlords, property professionals or those buyers looking for a renovation project. The property is vacant, has double glazing and features a long garden to the rear with lawn. The house now needs a scheme of refurbishment and renovation but offers scope and potential.
The property has potential to extend into the attic space to create further accommodation; this is subject to the usual planning permissions and regulations required.
The area is popular with families and young professionals and viewing is advised.
Dronfield is a town in North East Derbyshire; it comprises the three communities of Dronfield, Dronfield Woodhouse and Coal Aston. The town lies between Chesterfield and the city of Sheffield commutable from both and within easy reach of the Peak District National Park.
The house sits in a convenient position with walking distance of the railway station, numerous bus services, key amenities in the town centre and the popular Civic Centre. There are a number of supermarkets locally, schools including the Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School, library, recreational facilities and gyms, a golf club and easy access to Dronfield by pass. The football ground to the north of the town is currently the home of Sheffield F.C., the world's oldest football club.
Lounge, inner lobby, dining kitchen and cellar.
Two bedrooms and bathroom/W.C. Access to the loft space.
Front cottage garden. To the rear is a long garden with lawn, established planting and greenhouse.
Energy Efficiency Rating E
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
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