This stunning apartment offers the chance to live in a part of Sheffield's history - on the market for £180, 000
A spacious apartment which sits in part of Sheffield’s industrial heritage offers the prefect blend of old and new.
The one-bed mezzanine apartment is in Victoria Quays, Sheffield city centre, overlooks the canal, and is on the market at £180,000.
This third floor property offers a clever combination of modern living and a recognition of the industrial heritage of the 1800s.
The Victoria Quays canal basin was built between 1816–1819 as the terminus of the Sheffield Canal and is now considered one of the most iconic landmarks in the city.
The beams and brickwork in the accommodation give an authentic feel, while a secure communal entrance with a lift to the third floor is thoroughly modern.
The apartment door opens to a spacious entrance hall with a w.c. and then double doors to the open plan living, dining and kitchen area which overlooks the canal.
There is a spiral staircase to the Mezzanine Level with bedroom, bathroom, dressing area and office area. Outside there is secure gated parking.
The apartment is situated within easy walking distance of the city centre.
Ivan Fewtrell, Purplebricks' local property expert for Sheffield, said: “Victoria Quays is right at the former end of a canal and was converted around 15 years ago.
"The original warehouse was constructed between 1816 and 1819 and was used to unload all the goods from the canal before they were taken and delivered to the people of Sheffield.
"That means this property is right in the heart of the city centre – so you’re really close to all public transport, bars, offices, as well as having great road links from Sheffield Parkway straight to the M1 motorway.”
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