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Guide Price at £550,000 to £575,000.
A beautiful looking and spacious 6 bedroom and 2 bathroom stone built semi-detached house. Retains period features complemented by a more modern kitchen and bathrooms. Accommodation on three floors, measuring an impressive 1,825 sq.ft. Potential to convert the basement, subject to consents. Overlooks Ecclesall Woods at the front. Benefits from gas central heating and double glazing to most windows, with sash wood window frames and some energy saving glass. Lovely, lawned rear garden with planted borders and terraces. Shared driveway leading to a garage. Freehold. Carpets included.
On the ground floor, there is a stunning front entrance door with coloured stained glass, opening into a reception hall with a polished wood floor, which flows into both reception rooms, period features, and stripped, panel doors. There is an under-stair cloakroom with a WC and a wash basin. The front lounge is a generous size with a high ceiling, along with other period features, a front bay window with woodland views, finished with a focal log burner set within an impressive fireplace. The dining room has a focal decorative Victorian fireplace along with Farrow & Ball decorative tones. The breakfast kitchen houses a range of cream fronted fitted units with granite worktops and brick-shaped splash-back tiling. Included within the sale is an integrated double oven, a hob, fridge, and freezer. There is plumbing for a dishwasher. Dual aspect windows offer natural light with the rear window taking in the view of the railway line and the woodland backdrop. A side, stable style door opens into a rear porch with a quarry tiled floor.
On the first floor, there is a landing with a useful storage closet. There are three bedrooms, a bathroom, and a separate WC. Two of the bedrooms are double rooms, the front being the master bedroom with a bay window and a woodland outlook. The rear bedroom also has an attractive outlook, like the kitchen. Both bedrooms have decorative Victorian fire surrounds. The third bedroom is a smaller single bedroom, which could be used as an office or converted into an en-suite if needed, subject to consents. The off-shot bathroom is a good size, with a white suite, including a bath with a shower attachment, a separate shower enclosure, and a vanity wash basin. There is stylish tiling, a slate tiled effect floor, and a cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine, also housing the hot water cylinder. The separate WC has a WC and wash basin. Stairs rise from the first floor landing to a second floor landing, having a ceiling hatch to the roof void. There are three further bedrooms and a shower room. The shower room has a shower enclosure, a wash basin, and a WC. A hatch provides access into a spacious roof void over the off-shot.
There are a range of storage cellars providing scope for conversion, subject to any necessary consents. One of the cellars houses the Vaillant boiler. Beneath the off-shot, there is a utility room with a sink, a tiled floor, dual aspect windows and a side external door.
Outside, there is a front garden with planting and beech hedging. A shared driveway leads to a single, brick, garage. At the rear, there is a generous size, east facing, lawned garden, with mature, planted borders, a water feature, and various terraces for seating and entertaining. There is a stone outbuilding and the greenhouse is included within the sale. The bottom of the garden adjoins the railway line, with woodland on the other side.
The property is well-placed for Ecclesall Woods, further nearby recreational facilities, highly regarded schools, shops, and amenities in Dore and Totley, public transport including Dore Train Station, along with access to the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.