3 bedroom terraced house for saleRupert Road, Netheredge, Sheffield
- Kitchen Extension
- Loft Conversion
- Period Fireplaces, Floors & Mouldings
- Roll Top Bath and Shower Unit
- Fully Double Glazed
- Renovated throughout 2014/2015 with certs
- EPC Rating
- Master Bedroom with Ensuite
- Long Private Garden to Rear
GENERAL SUMMARY The presentation and finish on this characterful home is justifiably impressive. Having undergone a full top to bottom renovation over the period 2014-15, prospective owners will benefit from the many new features and preservation work that has been carried out to ensure this family home is not only aesthetically pleasing but sound of construction and fully maximised to increase space and light.
Encompassing quality detailed finishes, such as the fossil stone hearth, solid oak floor and worktops, 'Kingspan' insulation and decorative glass panelling, each room is unique and befitting a home of this period and location.
Offering generous room sizes across all three floors and with high ceilings throughout to reinforce the sense of space available,this typically regional terrace is modernised to ensure the home remains efficient and cosy. Lighting is by way of LED, a new Worcester combi boiler was fitted 2014 in conjunction with the double banked radiators (with TVR controls) in all rooms (except landing). Windows are double glazed and compliant with current regulations and insulation levels have been substantially increased throughout the property.
Close to the noteworthy schools Silverdale, Tapton, Netheredge (Primary) & Notre Dame (ranking 'Outstanding' by Ofsted), this family home is ideally situated for professional families wanting to secure good commuter and educational opportunities within the City. The property, being in the 'heart' of Netheredge, is in walking distance of local cafes, bars and restaurants.
The owners have taken care to document all relevant certificates necessary for the sale and are looking to entertain genuine offers from established buyers.
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KITCHEN An offshot of the dining area, this pitched roof galley design is equipped with Velux windows to the roof, French double glazed doors to the garden and a further double glazed window to the side aspect allowing natural light to pour into the 'heart' of this home.
With a nod to both contemporary and vintage styling, the solid 40mm oak worktops provide a warmth and contrast to the grey moulded cupboard doors and sleek brick tile splashback. The dual fuel Range dominates the centre space within the room whilst the under counter appliances are easily accessible and the boiler concealed within the cupboard housing.
Overhead lighting is plentiful as three pendant shades make a bold statement and serve to highlight the high ceilings and exposed red brickwork above the beams.
The oak flooring runs continually throughout the two rooms and works to offer comfort underfoot and longevity of wear in this high traffic zone.
The practical and sleek design incorporates plentiful electrical sockets and a 1.5 bowl white ceramic sink with swan mixer tap in polished chrome.
Space and plumbing will remain available for a washing machine and fridge freezer after sale.
DINING ROOM The second of the downstairs reception rooms is well proportioned and currently houses a six seater dining set comfortably within its dimensions. Attention is drawn to the period fireplace with decorative painted tiles , fossil stone hearth, polished fender and mantle. A backdrop ideal for both relaxed and formal entertaining.
Within the dining room, an original double door unit is showcased in a simple stripped back dressing (to match the internal doors of the house) and adds historical contrast to the chrome sockets, bright white walls and theatrical chandelier (not included for sale).
A door from the dining area leads through to the cellar.
CELLAR A functional and typical cellar providing additional storage and housing for the meter and fuse boxes. The owner has been careful to provide increased ventilation and insulation to this room to reduce the opportunity for damp and heat loss.
The area has lighting and there is a small storage area to the top of the cellar steps.
LOUNGE A large double glazed bay window frames this main reception room and works well with original celling rose (and coving) to illustrate the high ceilings and sense of grandeur offered in these period builds.
A feature fireplace has been created with a 'floating' log mantle and rustic stone hearth. The floor is original and has been preserved to protect the wood and showcase the beautiful reflective nature of the polish.
A centrepiece chandelier fitting and dual wall lights provide illumination when necessary.
The room is well equipped with generous numbers of chrome sockets and a double banked radiator and is also fitted with a TV Ariel / Sky connections.
STAIRS Leading straight ahead from the entrance hall and wooden part glazed door, the stairs are neutrally decorated and carpeted.
A handrail and overhead lighting provides support where needed.
BEDROOM 2 A large double room with ample space for a kingsize bed together with freestanding wardrobes and units. Retaining the original flooring and coving, the room has a simple style with muted walls that exudes peacefulness and sense of calm.
A built in closet remains, with a stripped back latch door, and offers useful storage / hanging space.
A reproduction ceiling rose frames the pendant light and additional lighting can be catered for by way of bedside sockets for table lamps.
BEDROOM 3 Additional glass units have been added to maximise the light into this smaller room. The décor is simple and pared back to provide a gentle space, currently in use as a nursery.
The floor is carpeted to match the stairs and landing and is a neutral base for any child or guest bedroom.
Again the room is provided with ample sockets, radiator and pendant light.
FAMILY BATHROOM Finished to a high standard, this washroom is beautifully set out with a roll top bath, large corner shower cubicle and Victoriana ceramics. The Moroccan inspired tiles add interest to the space and the under lit recessed shelf within the shower makes for a desirable and practical feature.
The shower unit is electric and delivers a constant regulated water flow when in use. A large extractor fan has been thoughtfully installed and works with the large (fully private) window within the room, to increase ventilation and prevent humidity. The fittings are chrome and classically styled incorporating a traditional style bath mixer tap and towel heater / radiator. The floor is laid with bamboo 'planks' which are a harder wearing and more environmentally friendly alternative to hard wood.
The bathroom has been fitted with a combination of both flush modern ceiling spots and a statement chandelier to light the room.
MASTER BEDROOM A grand conversion into the attic space with good all round head height and accessibility. With an exposed brick feature wall and timber beams adding much needed character into this recent development.
The Dormer and Velux windows deliver excellent levels of natural light into this second floor bedroom though an overhead pendant light and plentiful sockets allow for additional lighting for reading or relaxing. To the dressing area a 4 bar spot fitting provides directional light where needed.
An inbuilt cupboard has lighting and provides useful hanging space and access to the ensuite plumbing if required.The space is fully carpeted with continuity from the first floor and stairs.
Entry to the ensuite is via a part glazed door with decorative etching and coloured glasswork.
ENSUITE Well designed ensuite with thorough ventilation (6inch chrome fan) supporting the good sized corner shower unit. A large rainfall showerhead has been fitted for a luxury 'spa' experience. The white pedestal sink and wc are fashioned to compliment the main bathroom and offer a uniform and coherent presentation of the interior. Exposed natural beams are present as a feature within the roof / walls.
The floor is fully tiled and flush spot lights are fitted within the ceiling with an overhead mirror light available when needed. The walls are part tiled and a towel heater has been incorporated for comfort and warmth.
GARDEN An shared arched passageway leads through to the main entrance door of number 24 and it's garden gate at the rear. Typical for the locality, the garden is of a good length and the current owners have thoughtfully included various zones to create variety and visual interest. An Indian Rainbow Sandstone courtyard leads on from the kitchen doors and out into the tidy lawn area and planted borders beyond. A painted timber shed is situated at the furthest point from the house and enjoys the morning sun on its shingle patio surround.
Capable of sustaining plant life normally associated with warmer climates, this garden is a sheltered haven for gardeners and sun worshippers alike.
To the front of the property on street parking is readily available and there are no restrictions to residents in place on the street.
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