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Guide Price at £775,000 to £800,000.
A spacious 5 double bedroom and 4 bathroom freehold brick detached house with a south facing garden, situated on an exclusive cul-de-sac development with twelve properties. Constructed around 2004 offering well-proportioned rooms on three floors, measuring an impressive 2,921 sq.ft. Benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, and a security alarm. Situated on an attractive block-paved cul-de-sac, with a double side-by-side driveway, a double garage with electric doors, and lawned rear garden.
On the ground floor, there is a reception hall, making an immediate positive impression, being light and airy, finished with a solid beech floor and modern decorative tones. A door opens into a cloakroom with a white WC, a wash basin and surround tiling. The first of two formal reception rooms are a generous size bay window lounge with an attractive outlook. Glazed French doors open into a dining room, having a polished wood floor and patio doors onto a rear terrace with a south facing aspect. Adjoining the dining room is a family room and breakfast kitchen, creating the opportunity to re-configure the space and extend, if required, to create a popular open plan living kitchen. The kitchen and family room/snug currently have an open plan design, both overlooking the garden, the kitchen having French doors onto the patio. There are a range of fitted units including a breakfast bar, creating the hub of the home. Included within the sale are two integrated ovens, a hob, a built-in dishwasher, fridge, and freezer. Additional storage space is provided in a pantry with shelving. The kitchen has a tiled floor, flowing through a doorway into a utility room with further fitted units, provision for further appliances and a side entrance door. The utility room houses the gas central heating boiler, believed to be about five years old.
On the first floor, there is a light and airy landing with a fitted airing cupboard and a separate storage cupboard. There are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is spacious, measuring 16'9 x 13'1 with two front windows. A door opens into a dressing room with a range of fitted wardrobes. The master suite is finished with a modern en-suite, with a double shower enclosure, a white, wash basin, WC, and stylish tiling. The second double bedroom is larger than average, again with fitted wardrobes, a south facing garden outlook, and a door into an en-suite with a new suite including a shower, wash basin and WC. There are a further two double bedrooms one this floor, one with fitted wardrobes, the fourth which has been used as a home office. The family bathroom has a white suite comprising of a bath, wash basin, WC, and surround tiling.
On the second floor, there is a landing with another useful storage cupboard along with a door into the roof space, which is partially boarded and useful for storage. There is a bedroom suite comprising of a double bedroom leading into a snug/study, along with a dressing room and an en-suite with a new shower enclosure, wash basin and WC. There are radiators, an air conditioning unit, four windows, and access into a further roof space for storage.
Outside, Whirlow Green has a village green feel with open fronted manicured gardens and mature trees to create a pleasant setting. The cul-de-sac is block-paved with space for visitor car parking. Number four has a lawned front garden with a side-by-side driveway for two vehicles. There is a double garage with two remote control electric doors, power, lighting, and water. A side, gated, path leads into a south facing rear garden, mainly lawned, with planted borders with railway sleepers and a well-stocked rear border, offering the opportunity to extend the lawn if required. An elevated flagged terrace overlooks the garden and extends across the width of the property. There is power and water outside.
Whirlow Green commands an enviable position in Whirlow, S11, well-placed for local shops and amenities, highly regarded local schools, recreational facilities including Ecclesall Woods, public transport and access links to the city centre, Dore Train Station, the university, hospitals, and the Peak District.