City Apartment Is a Real Steal; PROPERTY OF THE WEEK TWO-BEDROOM PENTHOUSE SHEFFIELD Pounds 179,950

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City Apartment Is a Real Steal; PROPERTY OF THE WEEK TWO-BEDROOM PENTHOUSE SHEFFIELD Pounds 179,950


Byline: Justin Ryan & Colin McAllister

THE AGENT SAYS: Beautiful, two-bedroom penthouse in the Mazda Building, a 1920s art deco building in Sheffield's cathedral quarter with panoramic views of the city. It has both charm and character with modern styling as well as original features, including exposed brick walls. There's a study, lounge/dining room and a kitchen area.

UPS: Popular with buyers and investors.

DOWNS: The location has a way to go to "come up".

Details: Winkworth 0114 276 5715

'THE BOYS SAY: If ever there was a city that's suddenly discovered a new lease of life then it has to be Sheffield.

We got to know the place this summer while filming the current series of Colin and Justin's Home Show and noticed a marked difference in atmosphere to the last time we visited five years ago.

The shopping has improved, amenities seem to be on the up and getting around by public transport is a lot easier.

Gone are the days when the city was only known for its steel industry and making cutlery. These days it has sharpened up no end (if you'll forigve the pun) and has a real buzz.

So what's changed? Well, for starters, the city has become a real campus town and the student population has grown by leaps and bounds.

Yet it still has some of the cheapest property in Britain. …

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