Cottage Lane, Ringinglow, Sheffield
- AVAILABLE NOW
- Four bedrooms
- 12 month tenancy
- 4 reception rooms
- 3 bathrooms
- Barn conversion
- Rural location
- Fabulous views
- Great school catchment
This stunning four bedroom barn conversion is available to let now on an unfurnished basis on a 12 month tenancy. With over 3100 sq ft of accommodation this property would suit a family looking to live in a rural setting within easy reach of the Peaks and Sheffield City Centre. The house offers four reception rooms, farmhouse style kitchen with Aga and built in appliances, utility room and downstairs w.c. To the 1st floor there are four double bedrooms, two of which have an en-suite and family bathroom. Set in this idyllic location with sensational views over Sheffield you cannot fail to be wowed by this fabulous property. Window cleaner and grass cutting included
Priest Hill Farm is located on Cottage Lane just off Ringinglow Road, S11 giving you access to the Peak Park, Ecclesall Road and Sheffield City Centre within minutes. A short drive away is Bents Green which offers amenities such as a butchers, greengrocers, convenience store incorporating a Post Office, chemist and both a Chinese and Indian takeaway.
A popular location due to the proximity of Silverdale Secondary School.
All enquiries and negotiations are conducted via our Spencer office. We are obliged under the Estate Agency Act 1991 to qualify all offers and an independent mortgage consultant will speak to you to substantiate your details. The particulars are set out as a general outline for guidance and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. Measurements are given in good faith and believed to be correct. Any prospective buyer should satisfy themselves as to the correctness of all statements and should not rely on them as representations of fact. No person in the employment of Spencer has any authority to make any warranty whatever in relation to this property. All parties entering the property or grounds to view do so at their own risk, as Spencer will have carried out only a very basic assessment of risk and hazards.