A very attractive, stone built mid terraced cottage with slate roof. The property dates back to 1856, is beautifully presented throughout in an attractive, modern style which complements the original period features. The front garden leads up to an open porch. The front door opens to a reception hallway, with restored floorboards and picture rails. To the front is a delightful sitting room with oak fireplace and wood burning stove, cast iron radiator and sliding sash window with shutters. To the rear is a spacious kitchen/dining room with shaker style units and integrated appliances (electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer). The original fitted cupboards are retained as is the Yorkshire stone floor.
On the first floor, the master bedroom is generously sized, with an original fireplace, walk-in wardrobe and sliding sash window. The second bedroom is currently being used as an office with sofa bed. The bathroom has recently been updated with a Villeroy and Boch suite and a rainfall shower. There is a useful airing cupboard containing the hot water cylinder. On the second floor is a superb double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, also recently replaced, and a large storage cupboard.
Outside to the rear of the property is a charming low maintenance, enclosed courtyard garden including rosemary, thyme, bay and rose bushes. In addition, there is a small outbuilding which can be used to store bicycles and gardening equipment. The cellars are well maintained and provide further storage, including a section currently used as a wood store. There is access around the side of
the property via neighbouring gardens. The house is in excellent condition, has double glazed wooden windows throughout and had a recently installed Vaillant condensing boiler.
The property is situated on the lower section of Storth Lane, in the Ranmoor Conservation Area. Further up the road it becomes one way, meaning the road is quiet to traffic. There are an excellent range of shopping facilities, including a butcher, baker, chemist, hairdressers, several pubs, restaurants, a wine bar and a beautiful church within 10 minutes walk, as well as a convenient Tesco Express just round the corner on Fulwood Road. There is easy access to both Endcliffe and Bingham Parks and the Peak District can be accessed by car within a ten minute drive. The city's several hospitals surrounding the Royal Hallamshire as well as the two university campuses are within walking distance or a short commute, and the property falls within the catchment area of several highly regarded schools. It is approximately three miles from Sheffield City Centre, which is easily accessible via a bus stop at the end of the road.
All enquiries and negotiations are conducted via our Spencer office. We are obliged under the Estate Agency Act 1991 to qualify all offers and an independent mortgage consultant will speak to you to substantiate your details. The particulars are set out as a general outline for guidance and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. Measurements are given in good faith and believed to be correct. Any prospective buyer should satisfy themselves as to the correctness of all statements and should not rely on them as representations of fact. No person in the employment of Spencer has any authority to make any warranty whatever in relation to this property. All parties entering the property or grounds to view do so at their own risk, as Spencer will have carried out only a very basic assessment of risk and hazards.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.6%||£159,950||2||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£135,000 (1)||£203,878 (9)||£271,471 (17)||£486,407 (7)||£597,778 (9)|
|Flats||£107,489 (14)||£199,667 (15)||£258,000 (5)||-||-|
|All||£109,323 (15)||£201,246 (24)||£268,409 (22)||£486,407 (7)||£597,778 (9)|