A large plot of land with Full planning permission for residential development and the erection of a scheme of 5 family sized dwellings with parking. We believe the size of the plot is around a third of an acre and boasts stunning views across Sheffield and out towards the Peak District. The site is freehold and full planning was granted in November 2017. The scheme presents 2 pairs of semi’s and a detached residence with accommodation over 4 floors with just under 2000sq feet of proposed accommodation per property. The units also have garaging and driveway, gardens with patios and large windows to the rear to take full advantage of the views. The units have four formal bedrooms plus a study room, large open plan living spaces leading out to the gardens, a secondary lounge offering versatile accommodation and en suite to the master bedroom and bedroom one.
Blundells Property Auctions
2 Cotton Street
t. 0114 254 1185
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 0114 254 1185
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