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Bamford point Cuthbert Bank Road

Fixed Price
£110,000
Reduced on 05/06/2020
Whitehornes, Banner Cross
PROPERTY TYPE
Apartment
BEDROOMS
x1
BATHROOMS
x1
SIZE
408 sq. ft.
(38 sq. m.)

Key features

  • 10 YEAR NHBC WARRENTY
  • SUPERB, CONTEMPORARY DESIGN
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • 30% NOW SOLD
  • AVAILABLE JULY 2020
  • SHOW APRTMENT READY TO VIEW
  • IDEAL FIRST BUY OR BUY TO LET
  • VIEWING ESSENTIAL
  • CLOSE TO AMENITIES, UNIVERSITIES AND CENTRAL SHEFFIELD
  • LIFT ACCESS, SECURE PARKING AVAILABLE SEPERATELY

Property description

Tenure: Leasehold

**OVER 30% NOW SOLD**

***STUNNING BRAND NEW TWO BEDROOM TWO BATHROOM APARTMENT WITH PRIVATE TERRACE***

Bamford Point comprises a mix of 45 luxury one and two-bedroom apartments that are arranged over five floors with the option to purchase a property that features a terrace and secure undercroft parking. Each apartment is an ultra-high specification and features German manufactured kitchens and luxury bathrooms.

The development is located less than 100 metres from the Bamforth Street Supertram stop with fast links to the City Centre and nearby Kelham Island District and is also within walking distance of Hillsborough's fantastic mix of high street shops, cafes, riverside bars, and restaurants, as well as being near to the Kelham Island District!

*Photos show two-bedroom show apartment with terrace - other floor plans types are available

Why Sheffield?
Sheffield is THE place to live and invest in the North and Bamford Point benefits from being a stone's throw away from Hillsborough which is one of Sheffield's most popular suburbs to work and play! One of the greenest cities in Europe, a third of the city lies within the Peak District National Park but at the same time has fast transport links to London and Scotland with the international Doncaster Sheffield Airport less than half an hours drive away.

Sheffield has a reputation for being one of the most vibrant and diverse places to live with something to suit all tastes including the largest theatre complex outside of Europe, art galleries and the famous Meadowhall Shopping centre and nearby IKEA. The development is also near the trendy Kelham Island District, that was recently crowned one of the top 10 coolest places to live in the UK and Europe.

Key Features
*45 one and two-bedroom apartments with lift access to all floors*

*Parking available for £6000 per space on a first-come, first-served basis*

*Furniture packs available from just £3000 for one-bed, £4000 for a two-bed

*German manufactured, contemporary kitchens and luxury bathrooms*

*Super-fast fiber-optic broadband and video entry systems*

*Integrated appliances from the Bosch/Neff/Siemens Group*

*Energy efficient triple glazing throughout*

*Low services charges and 130-year lease*

*10 Year New Build Warranty*

A Sound Investment
Bamford Point represents a sound opportunity for investors to add to their portfolio with impressive yields, as well as low service charges and the added peace of mind of a 10 year New Build Warranty.



Reservation Process

The reservation process is as follows:

1) £2000 deposit payable to secure your plot

2) 10% deposit on exchange of contracts

3) Balance due on completion (est January 2020) less the £2000 reservation fee

4) Full aftersales care is provided to keep you updated up until the day of handover

 


S6 Area Guide

Bradfield, Dungworth, Fox Hill, Hillsborough, Loxley, Malin Bridge, Middlewood, Stannington, Storrs, Upperthorpe, Walkley, Wadsley Bridge, Wisewood, Wadsley

The S6 postcode of Sheffield spans from Upperthorpe close to the city centre and the trendy Kelham Island area out to Bradfield and Dungworth nestled in the Peak District National Park. Taking that into account is not surprising that the types of property and the demographic vary greatly throughout this diverse part of Sheffield.

Most of the properties from Netherthorpe through to Stannington and Loxley are terraced properties, with many semi-detached houses family homes too. There are also many purpose-built flats, but detached homes are less abundant.

In Walkley, with it being reasonably close to the University of Sheffield and the transport links into the city centre being so good, it is a popular area with students. Walkley is a lot quieter than a typical student area and the student population tend to be post graduates or those in their final years. House prices are more reasonable than neighbouring Crookes, making the area very popular with first time buyers and young families. Properties here offer a great investment opportunity as many of them are privately rented.

Hillsborough is becoming increasingly popular due to the fact that the house prices are reasonable in comparison to other parts of Sheffield and the transport links are so good. Not only are there frequent bus services heading out to most other parts of the city from Hillsborough Interchange, but the tram also utilises the interchange too. With Penistone Road (A6102) running through Hillsborough, many people who commute to Manchester frequently choose to settle in this area.

Hillsborough is like a mini town in its own right with lots of shops, restaurants, pubs and take-aways. Hillsborough Barracks, now a shopping centre, Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Owlerton Stadium and Sheffield Wednesday Football Club all call Hillsborough home. The area is very popular with families and S6 has a wide choice of schools and nurseries.

Nurseries

Bole Hill Nursery
Corner House Nursery School
Elmore Kindergarten, Middlewood
Hillsborough Nursery
Little Rascals Day Nursery
Loxley Nursery Forest School
Middlewood Nature Nursery
Osbourne House Community Nursery
Toybox Nursery
Woodlands Pre-School Nursery

Schools

Bradfield Dungworth Primary
Forge Valley School
Fox Hill Primary
Hillsborough Primary
Loxley Primary
Malin Bridge Primary
Nook Lane
Parson Cross CE Primary
Rivelin Primary
Shooters Grove Primary
Stannington
St Mary's C E Primary
Walkley Primary
Wisewood Community Primary

Wisewood, Loxley, Main Bridge and Wadsley are all adjacent to each other and very close to Hillsborough meaning that the transport links as previously mentioned are very good. A lot of the housing in these small suburbs is council housing which has been bought by tenants under the right to buy scheme. Wadsley and Wadsly Bridge has some residential housing but there are also many small industrial units and commercial premises. Kilner Way Retail Park is situated here.

All the little suburbs mentioned have their own array of corner shops, take-aways and little independent stores. With Hillsborough only being a stone throw away, larger shops, pubs and restaurants are easily accessible. Hillsborough interchange allows easy access into the city centre and Meadowhall.

The main restaurants with the best reviews in the S6 postcode tend to be situated in Hillsborough and Walkley. Vitos is a cosy little Italian in Walkley and if you fancy something a little different there is also Rowsha offering Lebanese fare. Front Room won the award of best newcomer 2017 in Westside, making it an Indian restaurant worth a visit. The Garrison Guardhouse is situated in the historic Hillsborough Barracks and serves traditional pub meals at reasonable prices.

There are numerous parks and allotments in the S6 area. These include: Hillsborough Park, The Ponderosa, Bolehills, Rivelin Valley Park, Ruskin Park, Morley Street allotments and Rivelin Valley Roscoe Bank allotments.

Hillsborough Park is the new home of Tramlines, Sheffield's popular 3 day music festival which always manages to attract internationally acclaimed artists and bands. It spans 20 hectares and has a range of facilities such as fishing, a playground, sports areas, walled garden and several historic buildings.

The Ponderosa is situated between the districts of Upperthorpe and Netherthorpe. The upper part of the Ponderosa is clothed in woodland, scrub, meadow and rough grassland which gives a fine environment for wildlife. The upper part also contains an adventure playground and a mini football pitch. The lower area has a children's playground and several wooded copses. The Ponderosa is also home to Peace in the Park; An annual art and music festival which is free and truly demonstrates the community spirit of Sheffield as a whole.

Bolehills provides a range of features: hedgerows and terraces, remnants of old allotment sites, woods and parklands, a play park, a BMX dirt track, football pitches, a bowling club, a floodlit ball games area, and rocky outcrops to perch upon and take in the view. Looking out over the Loxley and Rivelin Valleys you're given a panoramic vista straight out to the Peak District.

Rivelin Valley Park is home to a nature and heritage trail and has 20 archaeological remains with waterwheels and mill dams. The park stretches from Sheffield to the Peak District, so walks can be enjoyed all the way up from exploring a nature trail in Sheffield to the beautiful landscapes of the peaks. There is a playground and a free water park which is open daily in the school holidays (weather permitting) with a paddling pool, fountains and sprinklers.

As you head west in the S6 area, you enter the Peak District National Park. As expected the housing becomes more rural. Bradfield, Storrs and Dungworth are little hamlets with a typical English countryside village feel about them. Dungworth is home to 'Our Cow Molly' ice cream. The ice cream is available from the farm where it's made and can be visited by the public where you can buy the ice cream directly from their farm shop. As well as the shop they also have new born calves, lambs and hens to come and see.

Bradfield has its very own farmers market every 3rd Saturday of the month. It also has its own music festival 'Bradfield Festival of Music' which is an annual celebration of music performed in the Parish Church of St Nicholas'. Property here is of the more traditional village type, and do not come on to the market very often.  

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Approximate location

NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode

  • Bamford Street Tram Stop0.2 miles
  • Langsett/Primrose View Tram Stop0.2 miles
  • Hillsborough Tram Stop0.4 miles
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