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4 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Chelsea Road, Sheffield

Removed £305,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 bedroom End of Terrace
  • Corner plot
  • Preferred South City Postcode
  • 2 miles from Royal & U of S
  • Period detailing
  • EPC Rating E
  • No Chain

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION This charming period property has vast appeal and is ideally located for families locating within the South Sheffield district. 2 Chelsea Road is close to reputed Secondary Schools and Universities.

Retaining many appealing features and blessed with generous proportions, this substantial home is in need of a few minor improvements to showcase the true potential on offer through this property.

Accommodation is spanned over three floors and all rooms benefit from high ceilings and a simple, well balanced layout. With two large doubles to the first floor and impressive bathroom, two good sized doubles are located in the attic with a study area possible on the upper landing. The ground floor reception rooms are defined as a separate sitting room and generous family kitchen diner capable of seating a larger family. The property has a cellar which could potentially be developed.

On a larger than average plot for this road, the garden extends from the rear of the house along the side and into a traditional Victorian frontage. From the street the house is accessed through authentic stone gatepiers which present an impressive welcome to this delightful residence. 

ENTRANCE HALL 15' 4" x 6' 5" (4.67m x 1.96m) An original half glazed door with ornate etching and glazed transom arch, opens into a wide traditional hallway with painted moulded balusters and curved, elegant handrail. Fully carpeted and with a modern double bank radiator for heating, this room is neutral in appearance and naturally light and airy. A pendant light provides overhead illumination to the reception rooms, stairs and cellar.
Key controls to the alarm and heating thermostat are located within this entrance hall in a convenient situation. 

SITTING ROOM 15' 0" x 14' 8" (4.57m x 4.47m) This ground floor reception room boasts a large bay window with single pane traditional sash windows. With views over the front garden and retaining a good degree of privacy from passers by, this space is well lit by day and has chandelier and occasional lighting for evening times.

The hollowed out chimney breast is visible but is simply modernised without a surround or heath. Currently housing a reproduction electric 'burner', the room has secondary heating via its radiator. The floor is carpeted for warmth underfoot and comfort.

With a TV Ariel point and the capacity to house several large furniture items, this room is designed for relaxation and socialising!

The deep moulded skirting and architraves are pleasing features and compliment the panel stripped back door for a period feel to this room. 

KITCHEN/DINER 21' 2" x 13' 11" (6.45m x 4.24m) An impressive open design with stone coloured wall / base units and granite effect laminate worktops. With a 'basket weave' tiled splashback in earthy tones, the clean lined 'country' look is further enhanced by the wood effect flooring and stripped back door.

With integrated 50/50 fridge freezer, full size dishwasher, built under oven and chimney style extractor hood, the kitchen is well equipped with essential domestic appliances. There is under counter space for a washing machine and a stainless steel mixer tap supplies the kitchen with both hot and cold water.

A baseboard heater has been thoughtfully installed to increase comfort on colder days and under/in cabinet lighting available for ambient and directional lighting. Selected kitchen wall units have also been illuminated to showcase treasured glassware and ceramics.

Within the ceiling well- placed halogen lights support the need for bright shadow- free preparation in this working room.The large undressed sash window is ideally positioned with views over the rear garden.

 

DINING AREA Adjoined with the kitchen yet sufficiently proportioned to create a stand alone dining room, this entertaining area is decorated in neutral tones to create a coherent and appealing dual space.

With a large sash window overlooking the rear and overhead pendant lighting, the room easily carries a family sized dining table centrally positioned to allow all round access.

A cut away chimney breast is simply plastered but would look stunning with a traditional fireplace installed to restore period character.

There is a useful store cupboard between the rooms which provides much appreciated overflow space for household items / groceries.

The radiator is contemporary in design and is fitted with an individually controlled TRV.

The deep skirting and moulded architrave continues in this room which compliments the traditional high ceiling. A wooden half glazed door lead through into the garden and is simply dressed with a neutral roller blind for privacy. 

CELLAR 17' 2" x 10' 10" (5.23m x 3.3m) Accessible from the hall, the cellar has basic lighting and is primarily used for meter housing and infrequent storage. The space is currently underdeveloped. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Fully carpeted with double banked radiator (TRV) and pendant light. Sash window overlooking the eastern aspect. Doors to the family bathroom and larger double bedrooms. 

BATHROOM 10' 6" x 9' 0" (3.2m x 2.74m) An impressive bathing room dominated by a claw foot roll top Victoriana styled bath and white heritage suite including a stand alone shower cubicle, pedestal basin and low flush wc. Gloss white brick effect tiling covers the lower bathroom wall further enhancing the period 'feel'. An opaque sash window provides natural light and ventilation and an extractor fan is installed to decrease humidity levels.
The room benefits from a good sized radiator and built in storage for laundry / towels.

Lighting and flooring is kept simple with clean lined quarry tiling and flush set halogen spots.

The Victorian styling is given a contemporary uplift with chrome hardware and a thermostatic control shower unit.
 

MASTER BEDROOM 14' 7" x 12' 0" (4.44m x 3.66m) The centrepiece of this inviting room is the cast iron open fireplace typically associated with the 19thC. The deep moulded woodwork, sash window and high ceiling add drama and character to this private space. Symmetrical in design, the recessed walls are ideally formed to house wardrobes and dressers leaving ample floor space for dressing.

Lighting is by means of a central pendant light and could easily carry a statement fitting if so desired.

The room is currently carpeted and neutral in décor. A radiator provides central heating to this first floor bedroom. 

BEDROOM 2 13' 10" x 11' 6" (4.22m x 3.53m) Of a similar shape and layout to the Master bedroom, this generous double lacks the feature fireplace within the chimney breast though does enjoy superior views over the garden.

Fully carpeted, neutrally decorated and with a central pendant light, this room would make an ideal guest suite.


 

SECOND FLOOR LANDING 0m x 0m) Mirroring the wide open style of the First floor landing, this attic space has the potential to create a small study area at the gable end. Naturally lit by two sash timber windows, this room has potential for light furnishing and purpose.

Carpeted and neutral, this blank canvas has electric points, a pendant light and access to the roof space. 

BEDROOM 3 13' 7" x 8' 1" (4.14m x 2.46m) A fully converted attic room capable of housing a double bed and assorted furniture. Light streams through the Velux window which also ensures healthy ventilation, necessary for reducing condensation.

A pendant light and double banked radiator (TRV) are comfortable additions to the room.

Neutrally decorated and with exposed timber beams, this modern conversion has an appealing charm to rival the rooms on the lower floors. 

BEDROOM 4 13' 7" x 8' 0" (4.14m x 2.44m) A double room of mirroring proportions to Bedroom 3. Smaller Velux windows and a central dormer allow natural light and ventilation to flood the room, whilst a pendant light, radiator and carpet complete this recent development establishing it as a permanent usable space within the home.The exposed beam adds welcome character.

 

GROUNDS There are gardens to three exposed sides of the house, currently in need of tlc and purpose. A communal access is necessary for neighbouring properties but the perimeter timber fencing and mature shrubs create an otherwise private outdoor space which is substantially larger than adjoining plots.

A decorative gravel yard accessed through the kitchen door is currently used as a seating and laundry area. The gently sloping side garden is currently lawned with herbaceous border and has steps down onto Adelaide Road.

A typical Victorian frontage with symmetrical approach through stone posts could offer true kerb appeal and create a 'grand' entrance to this period home. 


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