Offering the buyer a unique opportunity to purchase this substantial 11 bedroom dwelling located opposite Clifton Park. The former care home was originally two large Victorian homes previously known as Edgecumbe and Parkside, which then were converted into one dwelling to create 11 bedrooms with en suite facilities. The accommodation is over 4 floors (including cellars) of around 8400sq ft or 778sq mt with gas central heating, burglar alarm and fire alarm system in place. The property has many of its original style features including sash windows, high ceiling with decorative mouldings, feature original style fireplaces and original skirting boards. The property has generally been well maintained with modern kitchens and communal rooms but there is evidence of some structural movement on site and interested parties are asked to make their own enquiries in this matter. The unit sits in large gardens set back from the road and to the rear is a good sized car park offering off road parking for multiple vehicles. This property will suit a variety of buyers looking for onward development and viewings are advised to appreciate the opportunity offered.
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 0114 254 1185
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