16, Denham Road, Off Ecclesall Road, S11
- Five double bedrooms
- Licenced HMO property
- Article 4 compliant
- Potential income circa £19,500
- Perfect location
- Close to amenities
- No onward chain
- Gas central heating
- Double glazed
- EPC Rating E
This superb five double bedroom licenced HMO property is ideally positioned within a short walk of the Sheffield Hallam University Collegiate campus making this a fantastic investment opportunity. Offered to the market with no onward chain it benefits from being recently redecorated and having a private garden to the rear allowing for a possible extension subject to the normal planning consents. In it's current condition the annual rental income has a potential between £18,000 - £19,500 although this could be increased by way of updating the property further. The accommodation briefly comprises an open plan living kitchen which has access to both the cellar head and rear garden, five double bedrooms, a bathroom which has a white suite with a shower over the bath, wash hand basin and WC, and a second separate WC. Outside the garden to the rear is south west facing and having no right of access to neighbouring properties could easily be single storey extended.
Ideally located just off the lower stretch of Ecclesall Road, and therefore enjoying excellent access to a range of shops, pubs and restaurants including Waitrose, Marks and Spencers Food, Tesco and Sainsbury's together various coffee shops, including Starbucks and Costa. Both Sheffield Hallam University Campus are within walking distance. Sheffield City Centre and the train station are approximately half a mile away.
EPC Rating E
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