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5 bedroom detached house for sale

32, Oakhill Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield, S7

Sold STC £550,000

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A strikingly attractive, superbly proportioned five double bedroom stone built detached family home. Immaculately presented throughout in a beautiful style which complements the many appealing original features retained, which must be viewed internally to do full justice. Benefitting from a superb fully enclosed landscaped family garden to the rear with summer house and storage. Located in this very popular suburb within the Nether Edge Conservation Area and just a short walk from the excellent amenities in Nether Edge and close to the cities principal hospitals, universities, Ecclesall Road and the city centre.

The Accommodation Comprises - Entrance hallway, bay windowed living room, kitchen, conservatory, separate sitting/family room, formal dining room, utility room/WC, First floor: master bedroom, double bedrooms two, three and four, bathroom, shower room and separate WC. Second floor: study/dressing area and double bedroom five. Outside: paved driveway providing off road car parking space, fully enclosed family garden, summer house and workshop.

An attractive front facing timber door with twin leaded stained glass insets and obscure glazed top section opens into

Reception Hallway - With a beautiful Victorian style tiled floor and under floor heating, picture rail and coving. There are original stripped pine panelled doors opening to all reception rooms. Wall mounted burglar alarm control panel.

Living Room - A superbly proportioned light and airy principal reception room with a large front facing original sash bay window, radiator, picture rail and coving. An attractive focal feature of the room is the living flame coal effect gas fire with cast iron surround, tiled hearth, decorative tiled back and wood surround.

Kitchen - Attractively fitted with cream matching wall and base units complemented by a granite effect roll top work surface with stainless steel sink unit and swan neck mixer tap set beneath a rear facing timber double glazed sash window. There is a pyrolitic AEG electric oven and an induction hob with glass splashback with extractor hood above, integrated fridge, integrated Miele dishwasher. Coving and stylish tiled floor with under floor heating. A stripped pine door with twin glazed insets opens through to

Conservatory - Of sealed unit double glazed timber and stone construction with wood effect flooring and rear facing French doors giving access to the beautiful garden.

Family Room - A versatile reception room which has a dado rail, picture rail, coving, attractive feature fireplace with living flame coal effect gas fire set to a matching hearth, back and surround. French doors open to the conservatory.

Formal Dining Room - With triple rear facing original sash windows, picture rail, coving and attractive varnished pine floor boards. A stunning feature of the room is the cast iron open fireplace with tiled hearth, ornamental wood surround and original fitted painted pine cupboards to the chimney breast recess providing storage. "HIVE" heating control. Original stripped pine panelled door opens to

Wc/Utility Room - With low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, front facing obscure glazed sash window, space and plumbing for a washing machine, 'Sheila Maid' and wood effect flooring.

From the dining room an original stripped pine door opens to the

Cellar Head - Fitted out with useful original stone shelving space and a front facing obscure glazed sash window. Stone steps descend to

Basement Cellar - Which provides very useful storage and has an original stone flagged floor, houses the modern BS7671 circuit board, electric and gas meters.

From the entrance hallway a staircase with original hand rail and banister leads to the

First Floor Landing - Which has a picture rail and original stripped pine panelled doors opening to all rooms. A feature leaded and stained glass ceiling panel allowing natural light to the area from a roof window.

Master Bedroom - With front facing original sash window, picture rail, coving, ceiling rose, radiator and original cast iron fireplace with painted surround.

Double Bedroom Two - With rear facing sash window overlooking the lovely family garden, radiator and picture rail.

Double Bedroom Three - Has an original rear facing sash window overlooking the garden, radiator, picture rail, coving, ceiling rose, feature cast iron fireplace and painted pine cupboard doors to one of the chimney breast recesses.

Double Bedroom Four - Has a rear facing double glazed timber sash window again enjoying a lovely aspect over the garden, picture rail, decorative coving and central ceiling rose.

Bathroom - Beautifully fitted with a roll top Victorian style bath with claw feet and hand held mixer shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor with under floor heating and front facing original sash window. Coving and towel radiator.

Wc - With low flush w.c and front facing original obscure sash window.

Shower Room - Fitted with a corner cubicle and mixer shower, low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, towel radiator, front facing obscure sash window, tiling to the floor with under floor heating and wet areas.

From the first floor landing a staircase leads to

Second Floor Landing - An original pine door opens to a

Study/Dressing Area - With a rear facing Velux roof window and sliding wardrobe doors open to reveal storage space with access to eaves storage to both sides. Original stripped pine door leads to

Double Bedroom Five - Which has a rear facing Velux window, radiator and exposed beam.

Outside - To the front and side of the property there is a block paved driveway providing off road parking space for three vehicles including a covered car port area. Small block paved area to the front and external security lighting.

To the rear there is a stunning fully enclosed beautifully landscaped level family garden having two lawned areas surrounded by an attractive and colourful range of beautifully kept shrub, plant and tree borders and water feature. At the end of the garden there is a stone terrace area providing sitting out and outside entertaining space. Two outside weatherproof electricity points and external tap.

Timber And Brick Summer House - With sealed unit double glazed timber windows, roof windows, French doors, attractive dark slate style flooring, electric power points, electric lighting, gas stove heater, wall mounted TV and fitted cupboard space. Adjacent to the summer house is a

Garden Workshop/Store - Has a timber door with sealed unit double glazed inset, front facing sealed unit double glazed window, electric lighting and stone flagged floor.

Valuer - James Bridgland/Tracey Gurney/mw

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through the Banner Cross office.

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