At the Angel Inn, Angel Street, Sheffield on Tuesday Oct. 1st, 1867, at four o-clock in the afternoon.
Subject to conditions then to be produced, all those two desirable messuages or dwelling houses with the gardens in front and rear thereof, situate and being Nos. 18 and 20 in Sheaf Gardens, St Mary’s Road, Sheffield, and in the respective occupations of Mr Edward Truelove an Mr John Pett, at the aggregate yearly rental of £24, exclusive of Parochial and Water rates.
The site contains 384 square yards, and is held under a lease from the Duke of Norfolk for a term of 96 years from the 29th day of September 1849, at the moderate annual ground rent of £3 4s 0d. The property is pleasantly situate, substantially built, well tenanted, and in good repair.
Further particulars may be obtained from Mr John Clarke, 100 Nottingham Street, Sheffield, the Auctioneer, at his office in Barnsley, or at the offices of Messrs Dransfield and Son, Solicitors, Penistone.
Printed by H. Palmer, Printer and Stationer, Penistone.
Dimensions: approx 44 x 56 cm.
Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: MP 466 VL.