Mr Wakefield, Yorkshire
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For Sale By Auction Guide Price 150,000 -160,000
A vacant three bedroom end of terraced home with accommodation over 4 floors and now requiring a scheme of refurbishment but with potential. The property is situated in a prime location, has the benefit of double glazing, gas central heating and enjoys far reaching views of the surrounding areas. The property does retain some of its original features and therefore will have appeal to landlords/investors, parents whose child may be studying in the City and also residential buyers looking for a renovation project. Viewing is stongly advised.
Location - Crookes is a much sought after and convenient suburb to the south West of Sheffield. The property is ideally located for the full range of superb amenities in Crookes and Walkley including local shops, bars, restaurants, schools and public transport with good bus and road links. The property is also ideally placed for access to central hospitals and the University.
Ground Floor - Accessed from the rear dining kitchen, inner lobby and stairs to first floor, cellar or storage room with light and power.
First Floor - Lounge, rear reception room or separate dining room, stairs to other floors.
Second Floor - Landing, bedroom one with cupboard and enjoying views, bedroom two, shower room/W.C.
Third Floor - Good sized studio attic style bedroom enjoying views.
Outside - To the front is a garden area with a variety of shrubs and plants and a stone flagged pathway to the front entrance door. No rear garden.
EPC - Energy Efficiency Rating F
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
Note - Plans shown are for information only and are not to scale.
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Tenure - Freehold
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Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.
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Partial glazed entrance door with glazed over panel opens to reception one.
A window to the front with an aspect over the front garden, radiator, coving to the ceiling, rose to the ceiling, the focal point of the room is a fireplace with a gas fired coal effect living flame fire with inset tiled fire slip and cast iron surround and a doorway opens into the inner lobby.
With staircase to the first floor landing and a further doorway opens into reception two.
A window with aspect to the rear, decorative cast iron fireplace surround and tiled hearth, radiator, television point, telephone points and a doorway opens to
A staircase leads down to
With a doorway into
Fitted with a range of base and wall units on two walls with pine doors with rolled top work surfacing, an inset sink and drainer with block mixer tap, window with a rear facing aspect, tiled splashbacks, integrated electric oven, four ring hob, under work surface space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, radiator and rear access door.
From the inner lobby a further doorway opens to
With light and power, providing further storage or potential, housing the central heating boiler and utility meters.
Staircase leading to a first floor landing.
A double bedroom with a window to the front with views across Sheffield, central heating radiator, useful understairs storage cupboard and decorative cast iron fireplace surround.
With a rear facing window and central heating radiator.
With a three piece suite in white comprising low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, walk-in shower unit, tiled splashbacks, opaque glazed rear window and radiator.
Further staircase rising from the first floor landing to
An excellent studio style attic bedroom with two Velux style windows to the front and rear allowing excellent natural light and views, radiator, telephone point and access to the eaves.
To the front is a garden area with a variety of shrubs and plants and a stone flagged pathway to the front entrance door.
All measurements are approximate. None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and no warranty is given as to their working ability.
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