Thrush Street, Walkley, Sheffield
- AVAILABLE 19th JULY
- FULLY FURNISHED
- Three bedrooms
- Spacious terrace
- Period features
- Holding Deposit - £160.00
- Security Deposit - £800.00
- Convenient location
- Cellar for storage
- EPC RATING D
AVAILABLE 19th JULY - FULLY FURNISHED A deceptively spacious three bedroom terraced property that has recently been redecorated throughout. The accommodation benefits from gas central heating and is available on a fully furnished basis. On the ground floor is the living room, a dining kitchen which benefits from ample storage and period features. The kitchen incorporates an electric oven with gas hob and extractor over. There is access to the storage cellar with a fridge freezer at the cellar head. On the first floor are two bedrooms and bathroom with suite comprising bath, with shower over, wash hand basin and w.c. On the second floor is double bedroom with useful eaves storage. Outside to the rear of the property is a patio area.
Walkley is an incredibly popular district to the north west of Sheffield city with excellent access to Crookes, Broomhill, Hillsborough, and is in the right area to get quickly to the hospitals and the main university. With some great local shops and being situated on a good bus route.
Applicants will need to prove a minimum income of £21,000 per annum to pass the referencing affordability.
Council Tax Band A. SORRY NO PETS OR SMOKERS
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