Guide price £275,000-£285,000
A truly exceptional four double bedroomed, bay windowed, Victorian villa terraced property. Standing in this elevated position ensuring privacy and giving superb views, this immaculate property offers spacious and versatile accommodation over three floors along with a large spacious cellar. With a rear fitted bespoke off shot kitchen, southerly facing private gardens number 22 blends contemporary cool along with numerous beautiful period features that will appeal to both the professional couple and family market in equal measures. Located in this well sought after fashionable suburb within walking distance of Sharrow Vale with its cosmopolitan mix of independent shops, cafes and restaurants and easy access to both central Sheffield and The Peak District. Front bayed sitting room, dining room flowing to off shot kitchen, basement, four double bedrooms and bathroom make up the second two floors.
There is a panelled and glazed side entrance door with glazed frosted middle and top sections which give access to the reception hallway. There is a staircase to the first floor with handrail to the right hand side. There is a strip pine panelled original door with gives access to a superbly appointed back dining room.
The larger of the two measurements is taken into a front facing sealed unit double glazed walk into mock sash bay window which in turn floods ample natural light into the room itself. There is newly carpeted flooring, coving to the ceiling, deep skirting boards, television aerial point and a focal feature of the room itself is a cast iron surround fireplace to the chimney breast which is fully functioning and sat on black slate hearth. There is a large central heating radiator and attractive coordinating decoration. A superbly appointed principal reception room.
There is high quality wood laminate flooring, single panelled central heating radiator, television aerial point, rear facing sealed unit double glazed fully functioning sash picture window which is sliding sash. A focal feature of the room itself to the exposed brick recess of the chimney breast which is sat on a slate hearth is an inset log burning stove to the central section. A beautifully finished very well presented and portioned principal reception room.
A strip pine panelled original door gives access to an off shot kitchen. There is high quality flooring, glazed and panelled rear entrance door which gives access to the rear gardens. There is a side facing sealed unit double glazed fully functioning sliding sash picture window. Sat beneath which is a deep stainless steel sink and half and drainer with a chrome finished mixer tap. There are integral appliances consisting of a Curry's built in family sized dishwasher, an integrated fridge, integrated freezer, integrated pull out large larder drawer. There is a touch tone induction halogen hob by Electrolux with built in extractor canopy and light fitted above and integrated John Lewis washing machine. Also housed in here is a wall mounted Worcester gas combination central heating boiler which in turn provides hot water instantly as and when required. There is a central heating radiator, integrated Electrolux duel microwave facility and an electric fan assisted oven situated beneath that.
There is a door off from the dining room gives access to the cellar. The cellar is used at present as a storage facility and houses both gas and electricity meter. There is lighting and power to the cellar.
The first floor landing is a split landing with a pine panelled original door which gives access to front double bedroom one.
There are twin front facing sealed unit double glazed sliding sash fully functioning picture windows, coving to the ceiling, feature hospital style radiator situated to the chimney breast itself. An immaculate very well presented and proportioned principal master bedroom. There are useful recess under stairs storage facilities with built in hanging rail, shelving and lighting.
A cleverly designed pine panelled door gives access to a family bathroom. There is a full suite in white comprising of a low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, a panelled and tiled surround bath with electric shower situated above. There is a shaver point, part tiled walls, central heating radiator and industrial style flooring and a rear facing sealed unit hardwood picture window.
A panelled door gives access to back bedroom two which has a rear facing fully functioning sealed unit double glazed sliding sash picture window with views and aspects out over the garden, coving to the ceiling and attractive coordinating decoration. There is a single panelled central heating radiator.
A panelled door gives access to double bedroom three. There is a sealed unit double glazed rear facing hardwood picture window built into a Dorma itself, and attractive decoration. A very well proportioned third bedroom.
There is a double banked central heating radiator, sealed unit double glazed Velux window, a range of cleverly designed built in storage facilities situated to one wall which run into the eaves itself. There are low voltage halogen spotlights.
To the rear is a raised lawn garden with a second tier laid to a decking area which is ideal for sitting out and entertaining etc. Well screened and well enclosed private gardens with access being gained off from the kitchen or via a shared side pathway.
Valuer Andy Robinson
S11 Area Guide
Ecclesall, Endcliffe Park, Ecclesall Road, Greystones, Hunter's Bar, Millhouses, Sharrow Vale, Nether Edge, Whirlow, Brincliffe
The S11 postcode, incorporates some of the most sought after places to live in the Sheffield area. Spanning from Sharrow Vale close to the City Centre, out to Hathersage Road heading towards the Peak District, S11 has a diverse property portfolio.
From Sharrow heading up toward Ecclesall Road and Hunters Bar, you really do see Sheffield in its diverse glory. There are numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs spanning every genre making Ecclesall Road a vibrant and popular choice for a day or night shopping and/or socialising. With Sheffield Hallam University's Collegiate Campus being nearby, there are many investment opportunities for student housing. With Sheffield's high retention rate of graduates, many young professionals look to rent in this area due to its cosmopolitan yet familiar feel. The city centre and train station is only a short bus ride away on a well run route making it a perfect choice for city workers and commuters alike.
Close to Ecclesall Road is Endcliffe Park. Endcliffe Park is one of Sheffield's most popular outdoor spaces, due to the many outdoor events held there such as: Traveling circuses, fairs and music events including tramlines. The park is great for children with there being a lovely café with toilet facilities, an excellent adventure playground and a parkour playground which are all free to use. There is also an area which has a bouncy castle and roundabouts. The size of the park means that even on the sunniest of weekends there is always a space on the grass for a picnic or to kick a ball about. Not only are there large green spaces, but the park also has areas of woodland which are interspersed by paths, streams and duck ponds. Boot camps and park runs are often held there and there is an outdoor gym area which is free to use.
As you head further up Ecclesall Road you pass Hunters Bar and reach Greystones leading to Banner Cross and Bents Green. These areas have a much more suburban feel, yet are all still only a walk or short bus/car ride to the hub bub of Ecclesall Road. With family friendly gastro pubs such as The Prince of Wales, The Hammer and Pincers and The Stags Head on Psalter Lane, this area is well equipped for socialising with the little ones in tow.
The nurseries and schools in S11 are highly regarded, many with outstanding Ofsted reports:
Parkhead Cottage Nursery
The Collegiate Montessori Nursery Ltd
The Psalter Lane Nursery
The Nest Nursery
Treetops Day Nursery and Pre-School
Clifford C of E Infant School
Ecclesall C of E Junior School
Ecclesall Infant School
Greystones Primary School
High Storrs School
Hunters Bar Infant School
Hunters Bar Junior School
Porter Croft Sheffield C of E Primary Academy
There is no shortage of choice when it comes to places to eat in S11. Almost all cuisines are catered for including Greek, Italian, Sardinian, Indian, Thai, Chinese, French, American, Mexican and many more. S11 also boasts 2 restaurants rated in the top 10 of Trip Advisor's Sheffield Restaurants. Rafters rated at number 5 and Hidden Gem rated at number 6. Both at different ends of the spectrum with Hidden Gem being more relaxed. Both however serving exceptional food and most definitely worth a visit. What is particularly lovely about Hidden Gem is the fact that students with learning difficulties from work Ltd are given opportunities to develop their skills there.
Other restaurants include Ashoka which claims to be the oldest Indian restaurant in Sheffield having been open since 1967. Uncle Sam's is great for kids as it serves typical American diner fodder in a restaurant which has a train running around a track near the ceiling! All Siam is a Thai restaurant with opulent décor and exquisite food should you want something a bit special.
Pointing Dog Clubhouse has a New York style tavern bar known for its cocktails and restaurant serving modern cuisine. It's a popular venue for evening and late night drinking. Other bars in the S11 area are Kettle Black, Graze Inn, Bocelli 183 and Nonna's to name a few. If a more relaxed pub is what you're after then once again you are spoilt for choice, a few to try are: The Greystones, Ecclesall Ale Club, The Lescar and The Rising Sun.