An opportunity has arisen to acquire this truly unique three bedroomed barn conversion that is Grade II listed and boasts a wealth of character features. Gardeners Cottage is situated within a small hamlet of three other properties, adjacent to the historic Beauchief Hall and enjoys usage of approximately 17 acres of communal grounds.
Originally dating back to the 1700s and derelict up until 2012, this superb property was sympathetically converted by the current owners to provide versatile accommodation over two floors. Overlooking the beautiful surroundings, Gardeners Cottage offers a spacious dining kitchen, a stunning lounge with a double-height ceiling, three bedrooms and a ground floor bathroom.
The property has convenient access to the amenities of Dore and Millhouses. Also being within easy reach of Abbeydale Road, Ecclesall Road, Sheffield’s city centre and the Peak District National Park. The location of the property is well situated for recreational activities, including the De La Salle Club, golfing at the Beauchief and Abbeydale Golf Club’s or pleasant walks through part of the Sheffield Round Walk in Ladies Spring Wood which totals 2.5km and takes in the beautiful landscape of the Estate and woodland.
The property briefly comprises on the ground floor: Entrance vestibule, dining kitchen, cloaks cupboard, WC, entrance hall, lounge, inner hall, bathroom, storage cupboard and connecting hallway.
On the first floor: Master bedroom, landing, bedroom 2 and bedroom 3.
£295 per month for the communal grounds maintenance.
A hardwood door with double glazed panels opens to the:
Having recessed lighting and engineered timber flooring. Timber doors open to the dining kitchen, cloaks cupboard, WC and entrance hall.
A spacious dining kitchen with front facing hardwood double glazed windows, a Velux roof window, recessed lighting, an extractor fan, a central heating radiator and engineered timber flooring. There’s a range of fitted base/wall and drawer units, incorporating matching timber work surfaces and an inset 1.0 bowl sink with a chrome mixer tap. Also having a central island, incorporating a matching timber work surface and providing breakfast seating. Appliances include a four-ring Lamona gas hob with an extractor hood over, Lamona fan assisted oven, integrated microwave, Hotpoint dishwasher, integrated Lamona full-height fridge/freezer and a washing machine.
Providing useful storage with engineered timber flooring.
Having recessed lighting, extractor fan, partially tiled walls, fitted vanity mirror, central heating radiator and engineered timber flooring. There’s a suite in white, which comprises of a low-level WC and a wall mounted wash hand basin with a chrome mixer tap.
From the entrance vestibule, a timber door opens to the:
Having recessed lighting, a central heating radiator and a timber door opening to the lounge. An opening gives access to a long connecting hallway. A staircase also rises to the first floor.
A characterful reception room that has a double-height ceiling with exposed timber beams and trusses. Having front facing hardwood double glazed windows, a hardwood double glazed circular panel and Velux roof windows. Also having pendant light points, wall mounted light points, central heating radiators, a telephone point and TV/aerial points. The focal point of the room is the log burner with a tiled surround and tiled slate hearth. A timber door opens to an inner hall.
Having a Velux roof window, recessed lighting and a wall mounted light point. Timber doors open to the bathroom and connecting corridor.
Having recessed lighting, an extractor fan, partially tiled walls, chrome heated towel rail, fitted vanity mirror and tiled flooring. There’s a suite in white, which comprises of a low-level WC and a wall mounted Vogue wash hand basin with a chrome mixer tap. To one corner, there’s a panelled bath with a chrome mixer tap, a fitted rain head shower, an additional hand shower facility and a glazed screen. A timber door opens to a useful storage cupboard with a wall mounted light point.
From the inner hall, a staircase with a timber hand rail, glazed balustrading and wall mounted light points rises to the:
The master bedroom enjoys the views of the parkland through a front facing hardwood double glazed circular panel. Also having a Velux roof window, a side facing glazed panel, exposed timber beams and a central heating radiator.
From the inner hall, a timber door opens to a:
Connecting to the entrance hall and providing storage. Having Velux roof windows, recessed lighting and a central heating radiator. There’s a range of fitted furniture, incorporating long hanging and shelving. An opening gives access to the entrance hall.
From the entrance hall, a staircase with a timber hand rail rises to the:
Having a Velux roof window, wall mounted light point and timber doors opening to bedroom 2 and bedroom 3.
Having a front facing hardwood double glazed window, wall mounted light points and a central heating radiator.
Having a Velux roof window, a side facing glazed panel, exposed timber beams and a stone wall, wall mounted light point and a central heating radiator.
The Beauchief Hall Estate is approached from Beauchief Drive, where entrance gates open to a long, sweeping access road leading up to the hamlet of properties and Beauchief Hall.
To the front of Gardeners Cottage, there is a parking area where there is space to park up to seven vehicles. There is also a stone flagged patio with exterior lighting and a water tap. Access can be gained to the main entrance door to Gardeners Cottage.
Gardeners Cottage also enjoys access to approximately 17 acres of communal grounds that are part of the Beauchief Hall Estate, which in total is approximately 40 acres. The Sheffield Round Walk can also be accessed from the grounds, which takes you towards central Sheffield and the surrounding countryside.
Strictly by appointment with one of our sales consultants.
Whilst we aim to make these particulars as accurate as possible, please be aware that they have been composed for guidance purposes only. Therefore, the details within should not be relied on as being factually accurate and do not form part of an offer or contract. All measurements are approximate. None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and therefore no warranty can be given as to their working ability. All photography is for illustration purposes only.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.8%||£215,455||2.9||1.1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£198,333 (15)||£266,878 (86)||£407,290 (24)||£436,250 (4)|
|Flats||£135,931 (8)||£149,500 (20)||£130,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£135,931 (8)||£170,429 (35)||£263,767 (88)||£407,290 (24)||£436,250 (4)|