Sheffield house on sale for £185,000 has a tiny 'garden' you can stand still in

When you’re on the hunt for a property in the city, outdoor space can feel like a real luxury.

And a place where the bed isn’t right by the sink? Dreamy.

So on first glance, this particular property, on sale for £185,000, sounds great.

Sitting in the district of Hunter’s Bar, Sheffield, the one-bedroom house is described as ‘super quirky and individually designed’, with a listing that boasts of a ‘private compact courtyard garden’.

A garden! Exciting!

That is, until you see that ‘garden’ – a 3ft by 3ft box that you could just about enjoy standing in… but not much else.

Photos show this space has been decked out with two small potted plants, but we doubt you could fit much more in. Any visions of a hot tub or even some deckchairs might not be so realistic.

Whitehornes note that the home has accommodation ‘spanning over three floors that offer a light, spacious, and contemporary feel’, suggesting it’d be ideal for a professional couple or a first-time buyer.

We imagine it’d also be a decent option for anyone who likes to escape from their home office for a bit of fresh air… but not if they’re after a walk, a sit, or a game of catch.

‘With a private compact courtyard garden, it’s easy to say that viewing is absolutely essential to do full justice to this property,’ the listing continues.

‘Perfectly placed on this well sought after residential road within a short stroll of Sharrow Vale with its array of independent cafes, eateries, shops, Dyson place, Endcliffe park is also on hand, as is central Sheffield, universities, hospitals and of course the Peak District is right next door.

‘From Sharrow heading up toward Ecclesall Road and Hunters Bar, you really do see Sheffield in its diverse glory.

‘The city centre and train station is only a short bus ride away on a well run route making it a perfect choice for city workers and commuters alike.’

The pad is also close to Endcliffe Park – a necessary bit of green space for anyone who buys this place, we say.

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