Apt 2, Botanical House, Botanical Gardens, S10
- NOW AVAILABLE TO VIEW!
- First floor new build apartment
- Two bedrooms
- En-suite bathroom
- Two parking spaces
- Predicted EPC rating B
- NEW DEVELOPMENT
- NEW BUILD APARTMENT
- EPC Rating B
- Underfloor heating
A first floor new build TWO BEDROOM apartment with underfloor heating, large aluminium windows, two parking spaces and spacious rooms.
Botanical House is a landmark development of 11 bespoke apartments, which are finished to the very highest standards. All are accessed via a central glazed atrium, and all benefit from an exceptional specification as well as generous private parking, CCTV, video entry and landscaped gardens.
Botanical House is found in the heart of S10, Sheffield's most exclusive address. So many of the city's iconic destinations, landmarks and amenities are all within a short walk.
The University of Sheffield - Royal Hallamshire Hospital - Sheffield Children's Hospital - The City Centre - Ecclesall Road - Endcliffe Park - Sheffield Girls School - Westbourne - Birkdale
The undoubted charm of the development is having the Botanical Gardens directly opposite. They were opened in 1836 and are listed by English Heritage as a Grade II site of special historic and architectural interest. Entry to the gardens is free. The view from many of the apartments is priceless.
EPC rating B
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