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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

More Hall Lane, Bolsterstone, Sheffield, S36

Sold STC £390,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Open Fireplaces
  • Exposed Beams
  • Desirable Farmhouse
  • Set In Ewden Valley
  • Barrel Vaulted Cellar
  • Galleried Landing
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • 4 Acre Field

Full description


CHARACTERFUL FORMER FARMHOUSE WITH LAND DATING BACK TO 1643 IN THE SOUGHT AFTER AREA OF BOLSTERSTONE. More Hall Farm takes its name from Sir Thomas More, Chancellor of England. The house still retains immense charm and character with deep window reveals and open fireplaces in the lounge, kitchen and bedroom 2. It has exposed beams in the lounge and throughout the first floor. This is a desirable farmhouse which forms part of a larger former farm; whilst benefiting from its own long private drive, grounds and large field. There is still scope for further renovation. It is set in the beautiful Ewden Valley providing excellent riding for the equestrian enthusiast. Briefly the property comprises: entrance hall, barrel vaulted cellar, lounge, kitchen/diner, downstairs WC first floor galleried landing, bathroom and 2/3 double bedrooms. Delightful gardens to the front and side, outbuildings and parking for several vehicles. The field is approximately 4 acres and is situated just up the lane to the property with good access at the end of the drive. Excellent local walks by the Dams, a 10 minute walk to the village of Bolsterstone and a short drive to Stocksbridge and Fox Valley Shopping complex with its good local amenities, abundance of shops, public transport and excellent road links to M1 and Woodhead Pass to Manchester. EPC Rating F.

The Accommodation Comprises - A painted stable door opens up into the

Entrance Hall - With ceramic tiled flooring. Two original oak farmhouse doors with wrought iron fittings. One leading upstairs and one leading to the

Barrel Vaulted Cellar - Having the former meat safe, stone thrall and stone flagged floor. Plumbing for a washing machine and dryer.
From the Entrance Hall, an original oak farmhouse door with wrought iron fittings opens up into the

Kitchen/Diner - 4.93m x 3.73m (16'2" x 12'3") - Having a range of oak wall, base and drawer units with black granite work surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink with tap over. Integrated fridge and freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher. Bottled gas point for a range style cooker. Stainless steel splash back with stainless steel extractor canopy over. A feature focal fireplace with stone hearth and lintel. To the side of the chimney breast is a large oak larder unit providing ample storage and shelving. A Brazilian hardwood double glazed window to the front overlooking the south facing garden. Central heating radiator. Attractive ceramic tiled flooring. Original coved mouldings.

Lounge - 7.14m x 3.84m (23'5" x 12'7") - A superb entertaining room having the original stained oak beams. A floor to ceiling double glazed stone arched feature window to the front. Feature focal open fire with stone fireplace and hearth. The stonemason who built the fireplace worked on the restoration project at Chatsworth House. Double banked central heating radiator.

Separate Wc - Having an obscured window to the side. WC with tiled surround.
From the Hallway, a dog leg staircase leads up to the

First Floor Landing - A superb spacious landing having room for occasional table and chair. Stone mullioned double glazed oriel window to the front with attractive window seat looking out over the south facing gardens.

Luxurious Bathroom - 2.84m x 2.18m (9'4" x 7'2") - Having a full suite with a roll top bath set on a plinth, round glass wash hand basin and WC. Separate fully tiled shower cubicle. Obscured etched double glazed window to the rear. Heated towel rail. Ceramic tiled flooring.
From the landing, a door leads through into the Upper Hall

Upper Hall - With a stone mullioned double glazed window to the front. Double banked central heating radiator. Exposed wooden flooring.
The Hall is open plan through into the

Master Bedroom - 3.99m x 3.43m (13'1" x 11'3") - The room has a stone mullioned double glazed window to the front. Central heating radiator. Attractive ceiling with exposed beams.

Occasional Bedroom 2 - 3.68m x 3.02m (12'1" x 9'11") - Being classed as an occasional bedroom currently being used as a TV room/office. Planning has just lapsed for a double glazed window which could be re-applied for to over come this. Original large stone fireplace. Original oak wooden flooring and original exposed beams.

Bedroom 3 - 3.68m x 2.77m (12'1" x 9'1") - Having a fireplace. Original oak wooden flooring and original exposed beams.

Outside - A long driveway approaches the property through impressive stone gate posts and is flanked by mature trees. The driveway comes to a head at the property where there is a lawned area and cottage garden, parking and turning space for several vehicles and a period stone outbuilding. To the rear of the outbuilding is an attractive terrace. Adjacent the drive is a field of approximately 4 acres.

Note - The windows are all Brazilian hardwood framed double glazed units.

Services - The agents have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and so cannot verify they are in working order.

Fixtures & Fittings - Certain furnishings may be purchased by separate agreement with the Vendors.

Floor Plans - The following plans are for guidance purposes only and under no circumstances should they be relied upon for use in planning carpets and other such fixtures, fittings or furnishings.

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through our Stocksbridge office.

Valuer - Linda Crapper/hmm

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