If you are keen to buy or sell a property in the Banner Cross area of Sheffield, the Haybrook estate agency team is here to help.
Haybrook is part of the Spicerhaart group, the UK’s largest independent estate agent. Every year we help tens of thousands of people to find their perfect home, and if you’re wanting to sell, we’re focused on helping you to secure the best price for your property.
The Banner Cross area is south west of Sheffield’s centre. This is a vibrant and bustling area, with a stunning range of restaurants, pubs, cafes and bars, as well as independent shops and boutiques. While there are excellent bus services, you can walk into Sheffield city centre in 15 minutes. You can be in the Peak District in a 15 minute drive. The train station is close if you want to get into Manchester or Leeds.
There’s something for everyone in Banner Cross, from Victorian stone terraces and grand semis to villas. Some of the loveliest streets are around the botanic garden, and on Nether Edge around Montgomery Road. For superb primary and secondary schools aim for Dore, Whirlow, Ecclesall, Millhouses, Crosspool, Lodgemoor. They’re also close to beautiful parks.
So whether you’re looking to live near a particular school, park or some striking scenery, we can help you find your ideal property in Banner Cross.
The area in which Haybrook Banner Cross covers includes major organisations such as the Sheffield University, Sheffield Hallam University, the Hallamshire hospital, and children's hospitals.
Our area is made up of lots of little communities, all with their own identity and amenties. The major areas covered are: Crosspool, Lodge Moor, Broomhill, Broomhall, Ecclesall Road, City Centre, Sharrow, Sharrow Vale, Hunters Bar, Nether Edge, Greystones, High Storrs, Whirlow, Carter Knowle, Millhouses, Totley, Dore, Bradway, Fulwood and Ranmoor.
This area covers some of the highest performing and most desirable schools in the region, access to some of the best sporting facilities and clubs, and much more.
Stamp duty reforms 2022. What’s changed?. On the 23rd September 2022, Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng announced cuts to stamp duty in the government’s mini-budget, by increasing the amount at which buyers in England and Northern Ireland will begin paying duty from £125,000 to £250,000. For first-time buyers, this threshold is now £425,000 and discounted stamp duty will apply up to £625,000.
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