Queen's Building, 55, Queen Street, City Centre, S1
£90,000 (Prices from)
- COMING SOON
- 24 apartments
- One bed apartments from £90,000
- Two bed apartments from £140,000
- Newly refurbished
- Double glazed with new windows
- Exceptional quality
- Perfect first time buy
- Great for city crash pad
- Ideal for the courts and legal quarter
24 ONE & TWO BED APARTMENTS IN A NEWLY REFURBISHED BLOCK IN THE CITY CENTRE CONSERVATION AREA.
One bed apartments from £90,000. Two bed apartments from £140,000.
Queen's Building can be found in the heart of the professional sector of Sheffield City Centre between West Bar and Campo Lane in the city centre conservation area. Within a short distance of the Cathedral and also the Sheffield Crown Court, these fabulous apartment conversions are located in a superb spot for local professionals and have been finished to an exceptional standard. Just a five minute walk from Fargate, you can also easily walk to Ponds Forge, the theatres, the Peace Gardens, John Lewis, Leopold Square and a whole host of shops, bars and restaurants. The Universities are also easily accessible by foot or by local transport. This development is in an area of the city which is well-established architecturally but is up and coming residentially, a superb address.
All enquiries and negotiations are conducted via our Spencer office. We are obliged under the Estate Agency Act 1991 to qualify all offers and an independent mortgage consultant will speak to you to substantiate your details. The particulars are set out as a general outline for guidance and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. Measurements are given in good faith and believed to be correct. Any prospective buyer should satisfy themselves as to the correctness of all statements and should not rely on them as representations of fact. No person in the employment of Spencer has any authority to make any warranty whatever in relation to this property. All parties entering the property or grounds to view do so at their own risk, as Spencer will have carried out only a very basic assessment of risk and hazards.