Guide Price £695,000 to £725,000
A fabulous stone-built cottage, originally the Gardeners Cottage for the nearby Moss Hall, believed to date back to 1875. The property has been effectively extended and beautifully refurbished, comprising of 3 fabulous double bedrooms, 2 modern bathrooms, 2 reception rooms with stunning woodland aspect and bespoke kitchen with separate utility/boot room. Benefits from many original features, with impressive extension, charming south facing garden with fabulous outbuilding and off-street parking for multiple vehicles. Freehold.
The front door opens into an entrance lobby. There are 2 reception rooms, both overlooking the garden, commanding a fabulous woodland aspect, complemented by solid oak flooring. The lounge features a focal natural stone fireplace with multifuel stove and fitted cupboards into the alcove. The dining room has exposed stone walls and French doors out onto the beautiful garden. The kitchen hosts a bespoke Matthew Hutton design complemented by granite worktops, gas fired cream Aga and Belfast sink. There is an integrated dishwasher and fridge, plus wall unit housing the Vaillant combination boiler. A separate utility/boot room offers space, storage and plumbing for washing machine and dryer, providing access externally to both sides of the house, one being a private courtyard leading to the garden.
Stairs rise to the first-floor landing with access to the loft space. There are 2 front facing bedrooms, both full of charm and character, with feature fireplace, sash windows, carpets and fitted wardrobes, the master commanding stunning views and modern fully tiled ensuite shower room. The extension offers a further double bedroom to the rear of the property with separate loft access and family bathrooms which comprises of jacuzzi bath, overhead rainfall shower, WC and hand wash basin.
To the front of the property is an enclosed courtyard with access to a stunning south facing garden, predominantly lawned with mature heading and decorative stone patio. To the far end of the garden, it has an open woodland aspect leading down to a stream with impressive office building, which offers versatility, housing base units, log burner, electric, Wi-Fi and fabulous rear window overlooking the stream and woodland. There is also a hard standing driveway for multiple vehicles.
Dore is one of Sheffield’s most sought-after locations with a range of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs in the village, schools, recreational facilities, public transport, and access links to the train station, city centre, hospitals, and universities.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.3%||£321,000||2.5||1.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£306,667 (6)||£357,800 (15)||£560,895 (10)||£593,000 (5)|
|Flats||£235,000 (1)||£226,661 (9)||-||-||-|
|All||£235,000 (1)||£258,663 (15)||£357,800 (15)||£560,895 (10)||£593,000 (5)|