If you are keen to buy or sell a property in the Sheffield suburb of Crookes, 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.
At just under 2 miles from the centre of Sheffield, Crookes is brilliantly located if you are working or studying in the city. However, the area also has a lively community atmosphere.
Wander through Crookes and you’ll discover an array of small, creative independent shops, pubs and cafes, including a very popular fish and chip shop, fantastic curry houses, and stupendous delis. In fact, Crookes is so well loved by locals that it even has its own annual festival dedicated to it!
The area’s industrial history mean that there are many traditional two- and three-bed terraced cottages to be had – popular with first-time buyers or buy-to-let landlords catering for the dynamic student population. Crookes has some characterful detached stone properties too, and the suburb is in the catchment area for some great schools.
So whether you’re looking to live near a particular bus route, park or school, we can help you find your ideal property in Crookes.
Crookes is well served by local independent shops, restaurants, pubs, highly regarded primary and secondary schools and open countryside around the River Rivelin. Being popular for first time buyers, families investors, the area offers a good range of property to suit all types of budget.
The area attracts many investors who buy houses and flats to rent out and this can also include parents who have children of university age. Crookes is also an excellent school catchment area so unsurprisingly families are also drawn to the area looking for homes. At Haybrook we pride ourselves on our local knowledge and expertise, helping you find the home that suits you, whatever your needs.
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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