An Equestrian property comprising a three bedroom barn conversion with far reach rural views, a range of traditional stone barns and a modern agricultural building comprising stabling, manège and grassland, all extending to approx. 4.31 acres, with a further 4.45 acres available separately. The property has excellent access to bridleways and road access into the City of Sheffield.
Oak Farm is situated in a rural, yet convenient location near to the City of Sheffield. Being located just off the A6101, ready access can be made into the City of Sheffield being 4 miles away which has a full range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and secondary schools. The settlements of Stannington and Fulwood are both within a short commute and offer a range of facilities including local shops, Public Houses, Primary Schools, a golf course and garden centre.
From the University square roundabout in Sheffield, take the A57 heading South West. Follow the road which is still the A57 Manchester Road and turn right onto Stephen Hill just before The Sportsman public house. Follow the road, which merges into Back Lane and then onto Bole Hill Road. Then turn left onto Hagg Hill to the junction. Turn left onto the A6101 Rivelin Valley Road and continue on the road for a short distance and the property will be found on the right hand side indicated by our for sale board. Alternatively for the top entrance, continue past the property driveway and take the next right hand turning onto Tofts Lane. Continue past a few houses by the junction and then past land on either side to the next property which is Oak Farm.
Oak Farm is a well located equestrian property situated in a rural location near to the City of Sheffield. The recently converted barn comprises open plan living, three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor. The adjoining stone barn does have scope to be converted to extend the existing dwelling, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. The American style stable building offers excellent stabling for horses with a large tack store area together with a floodlit manège. The land lies around the property and is laid out in to convenient sized paddocks that are well suited to equestrian or other livestock use. The property has been used as a livery business in the past and there are a number of bridleways nearby with good outriding.
We understand that part of the barn was used as a dwelling some time ago and more recently converted and extended by the current owners in 2014. The property has been in the vendors ownership for 10 years and it has previously been used as a livery business.
With stairs to first floor, oak flooring and a radiator.
Living and dining area with feature stone fireplace and hearth, twin set of French doors out to the side terrace, a window to the front, oak effect ceramic tiles with under floor heating, open to the kitchen.
With range of fitted wall and floor units with granite worktops, a gas and electric Aga (available separately) set within a feature stone surround and mantlepiece, Belfast sink, plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a fridge-freezer, centre Island with a feature wooden chopping board, oak floor and a large window to the rear.
With fitted wall and floor units with a sink and drainer, tiled flooring, door to the rear garden and space for further storage/fitted units if required.
With an external entrance door, with plumbing for a washing machine, with a WC and wash hand basin.
A galleried landing, with a window to the rear, radiator and a feature chandelier.
A spacious bedroom with twin windows to the rear having far reaching views, a radiator and a door into:
With shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal hand basin and tiled surround, heated towel rail and a window to the front.
A double bedroom with a window to the front and a radiator.
A double bedroom with a window to the side and a radiator.
With modern suite having bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, pedestal hand basin with mirror and light over, low level WC. Separate shower cubicle, part tiled wall, heated towel rail and a window to the front.
The garden lies to the rear of the house, being predominantly laid to lawn and bounded by stone walls and a hedgerow. The garden has views over the land and orchard beyond.
To the front of the barn with a large yard area with parking for a number of vehicles with access onto Tofts Lane. The yard leads around to the stable yard and onto the second yard area with access off the A6101.
Adjoining the dwelling, a double height barn with large twin opening vehicular doors and a door to the rear. The barn was re-roofed with the dwelling and could be incorporated into the main dwelling to create provide further living accommodation, subject to the necessary consents.
Adjoining the traditional barn above, a mono pitched stone built stable, with a stable style door, power and lighting, currently being used as a tack room.
A detached stone barn, situated below the dwelling, internally separated into three loose boxes. The building has some possible potential for conversation, subject to the necessary consents. Situated below the barn, is a former garden and separate orchard with stone walled boundaries.
A three Bay agricultural steel portal framed building, which is divided on one side with three 12' x 10' hard wood monarch internal stables, WC, Kitchen area and storage shelves, the other side has 5 monarch stables which will be removed by vendors but are available by separate negotiation if required.
Situated near to the stable building, an enclosed manège with stripped rubber and sand surface and flood lighting.
The land comprises grassland separated into two main paddocks leading off the yard.
There is a further 4.45 acres adjoining the property which is available by separate negotiation. The land is separated into three paddocks and all down to grass. The paddocks have access direct from the road.
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist, whether or not they are defined in these particulars.
The property is sold freehold with vacant possession granted upon completion.
The property is subject to overage provisions. Please contact the Bakewell office for further details.
Only those referred to in the particulars are included.
Sheffield City Council, Town Hall, Pinstone Street, Sheffield, S1 2HH.
The property has mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. The house has a gas fired central heating system.
The property is in Counc...
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