55 Fulmer Road, Sheffield, S11 8UF
Large end terrace, 5 bedroom house, situated on an extremely sought after road for Sheffield students and young professionals – this house is just a 10 minute walk from the Collegiate Campus. It is close to all the local shops and amenities on trendy Sharrowvale Road and Ecclesall Road, just minutes' walk from the lovely, leafy and open Endcliffe Park (great for summer) and bus links into the Sheffield City Centre. The property includes fully fitted kitchen and lounge with Ikea furnishings. 5 large double bedrooms all with IKEA furnishings and one bathroom with separate shower room and wc. A great location for bars and coffee shops. No parking permit required with on street parking and private walled back garden - great for summer BBQs. Viewing highly recommended!!
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