This is what £100k can buy you in 10 different parts of Sheffield

Depending on which part of the city you're buying property in, £100,000 can go a long way in Sheffield.

Tuesday, 21st January 2020, 11:45 am
Updated Tuesday, 21st January 2020, 11:45 am
Properties under 100k in Sheffield.

Here's what £100k could buy you in 10 different areas of Sheffield. Properties have been selected from Rightmove in January 2020 and as such their availability or price may be subject to change. Images are for illustrative purposes only and may not represent the exact property on sale.

If you’re buying in Woodseats, you can expect to snap up flats rather than entire homes for under 100k. There’s currently a refurbished 1-bedroom flat on sale in the area with Staves for a guide price of 90k.
Over in Gleadless, however, 90k will buy you a great deal more space. Currently there’s a three-bedroom mid-terrace on sale on Leighton Road for a guide price of 90k.

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At the very cheap end of the scale, you can snap up a three-bedroom end terrace house in Norfolk Park for an asking price of just £25k.
A one-bedroom flat will set you back a little more in Fulwood, where a 1930s-style flat in Stumperlowe Mansions is currently on the market for a guide price of 95k.
A one-bedroom flat goes for a similar price in the popular Sharrow Vale area. Here, a ground floor flat is currently on the market on Westbrook Bank, for an asking price of 95k.
Similar prices can also be found in Sheffield City Centre. Currently, you can snap up a modern one-bedroom flat in City Towers for 90k.
If you want your money to stretch a little further, 100k could get you a three-bedroom semi-detached house in Park Hill. This property has local shops and good links to the City Centre.
Hunters Hillsborough are currently advertising a two-bedroom semi-detached house in Southey Green for a guide price of £98,500.
100k could fetch you a three-bedroom flat in Hillsborough. This property is a top-floor flat and has a generously sized kitchen and separate lounge.
Burngreave is a little cheaper to buy in, where a one-bedroom flat is currently on sale for a guide price of just under 50k. It’s advertised as ideal for first-time buyers.