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West Lawn is widely regard as being one of the finest examples of Victorian Terrace architecture within the North of England. It’s located with a fabulous setting and open aspect of the Cricket and Rugby Football Ground to the front along a charming tree lined avenue. The imposing family home is believed to date from the late 1800’s and features seven bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen, conservatory, substantial useable basement rooms along with double garaging and driveway. Due to the age of the building it retains many of its original style features including high ceilings, sash windows, focal fireplaces and decorative coving and moulding. There is gas central heating and some double glazing. The house now requires refurbishment and updating but offers an incredible opportunity for someone to renovate into a family home, air bnb option or consider re-development into flats which will be subject to planning and building regulation approvals. Viewing is strongly recommended.
Blundells Property Auctions
2 Cotton Street
t. 0114 254 1185
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 0114 254 1185
Disclaimer: On some client's instructions not all properties are available to purchase prior to auction however we will submit all offers on your behalf.
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