Broomgrove Road, Collegiate, Sheffield
- AVAILABLE 26TH JULY
- FURNISHED - may differ from the photographs.
- Large one double bedroom flat
- Excellent location
- EPC Rating - D
- Close to the Botanical Gardens
- Holding Deposit £140
- Large living dining kitchen
- Security Deposit £720
- Double glazing
Available from 26th JULY on a FURNISHED BASIS this lovely light spacious ground floor apartment benefitting from the view over the front garden from the large double glazed bay window in the open plan living area/kitchen. The apartment has one spacious double bedroom and a good sized bathroom and access to the cellars which are extensive and suitable for bike storage. With gas fired central heating from a combination boiler, double glazing throughout, the property is perfect for a single person or a couple. Permit parking can be obtained from Sheffield City Council at a cost. Council Tax Band A. NO PETS, NO SMOKERS.
Furniture may differ from the photographs.
Applicants will need to prove a combined minimum income of £18,750 per annum to pass the referencing affordability.
Within a short walk of Ecclesall Road down the leafy Broomgrove Crescent, and therefore close to all of the bars, restaurants, shops and cafes, this little gem of a ground floor flat is perfect for access to the University Collegiate Campus as well as for the Botanical Gardens. The area has a great number of large attractive period properties and has easy access to the city centre within a twenty minute walk, or by the regular transport services on Ecclesall Road. Top tip for the area are the Marks and Spencers food hall for a treat, Cow Shed for great pub grub, or Uncle Sam's for the burger of your life!
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.