Originally an 18th Century cottage, this unique property has been developed and extended into a beautiful 3 bedroom family home. With original period features, this semi-detached house is located in the quaint hamlet of Crane Moor Nook, just on the outskirts of Sheffield.
Set in a prime position at the end of the lane, this truly individual property sits on a private, extensive plot, with driveway, manicured gardens to the front and side of the house, decked seating area and a detached double garage.
The cottage comprises three large double bedrooms, large family bathroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, pantry and storage space.
Close to the villages of Wortley and Thurgoland, and the market town of Penistone, all with local amenities, bus routes, schools and parks. Just a short drive into Sheffield, the M1 motorway network and the stunning Peak District.
Huge potential for this property to evolve into a beautiful home for a family, or an idyllic retirement retreat. Viewing is highly recommended.
Location - Crane Moor Nook
The property is situated within the small hamlet of Crane Moor Nook; a rural setting surrounded by picturesque countryside. Despite its rural location, the cottage is still in close proximity to local villages and quaint market towns.
The delightful hamlet, situated to the North of Sheffield, is surrounded by breathtaking un-spoilt scenery and stunning views. Perfect for those with a great love for the outdoors, with an abundance of woodland walks and bridleways to explore, and close accessibility to the Trans Pennine Trail.
The neighbouring village of Wortley boasts a Golf club, tea rooms, local farm shop and village pub serving excellent food, as well as Wortley Hall and it’s beautiful gardens. Another neighbouring village of Thurgoland has a Doctors surgery, Post Office, village pub and a primary school with an Ofsted 'outstanding' rating. Nearby attractions include The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wentworth Castle and Cannon Hall Farm, to name a few.
Crane Moor Nook sits only a short 20-minute drive from Meadowhall and just 10 minutes from the bustling market town of Penistone, which has a large Tesco supermarket as well as a number of boutique shops, small gift stores and a well regarded high school.
A 10-minute drive down the bypass will lead you to the M1 network giving perfect commuter access to either of the closest cities; Leeds or Sheffield.
Living Room (25’8 x 13’4)
Large family room that spans the full length of the house with 3 double-glazed bay windows overlooking the second garden. Would benefit from some aesthetic modernisation but includes a fireplace, power points, TV point and modern radiators.
Kitchen (14’9 x 13’9)
Entering through the porch and the original cottage front door leads into the kitchen. With original beams and an original fireplace, the space would benefit from some modernisation to create a beautiful country house kitchen. A doorway leads into a pantry space for further storage and a large double-glazed bay window looks onto the paved area at the front of the house. Includes power points and a modern radiator.
Dining Room (10’11 x 13’9)
Located off the kitchen through an archway sits a well-proportioned dining room. A bright and light space with dual aspect double glazed bay windows overlooking the front of the house and the second garden. Includes power points and a modern radiator.
Master Bedroom (10’11 x 16’6)
A large master bedroom with space for a king-size bed and furniture. The room features french doors with a Juliette balcony overlooking the second garden. There is also a large aspect double glazed window, power points and a modern radiator.
Family Bathroom (10’11 x 9’3)
Large, modern family bathroom with separate bath and waterfall shower featuring dual showerheads. The walls are covered in grey ceramic tiles with washbasin, designer towel rail, toilet, double glazed frosted window and a modern radiator.
Bedroom Two (13’7 x 13’4)
A spacious double bedroom with built-in storage, dual aspect double glazed windows with lovely views over the countryside, power points and a modern radiator.
Bedroom Three (13’7 x 13’9)
Part of the original 18th Century dwelling, this double bedroom looks out onto the beautiful front garden through a dormer window. The room has a wooden floor with built-in storage, double glazed window, power points and a modern radiator.
A sizable porch sits at the front of the property, which features the original cottage door and headstone with the engraving ‘th 1763’ which is assumed to be the initials of the person who built the original cottage. The porch features a second front door leading onto the paved area and a modern radiator.
Entering into the property through double gates leads onto a private driveway, large enough to hold 3 to 4 cars. The plot opens up into a beautiful and enclosed private garden that sits to the front of the house, bursting with perennial flowers and shrubs, and a decommissioned well that was installed at the same time as the original cottage.
An additional garden sits at the side of the house to the back of the detached double garage. The garage has a secure roller shutter main door and secure side entrance with additional storage available in the roof space.
To the side of the driveway in front of the house is a decked area, large enough for outdoor seating. Stone steps lead down from the driveway to the paved area that runs around the footprint of the house, which provides dual access to the second garden and access to further storage space at the side of the house.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.4%||£125,429||2.7||0.9|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£105,000 (3)||£133,576 (31)||£187,612 (99)||£333,656 (32)||£568,333 (6)|
|Flats||£77,000 (5)||£144,937 (24)||-||-||-|
|All||£87,500 (8)||£138,533 (55)||£186,036 (100)||£333,656 (32)||£568,333 (6)|