5 bedroom detached house for sale

Beighton Road, Hackenthorpe, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Offers in Region of £400,000

Property Description

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We are proud to offer to the market this superb Grade II listed five bedroom detached residence. Dating back to around 1700, this Georgian built property was extended around 1750. The bays were added around Victorian times. The property for over 200 years was owned by the Staniforth Family, who were local scythe manufacturers. Greenside is the oldest property in Hackenthorpe and is steeped in history and period features. Deceptively spacious throughout, standing in approximately a 1/3 of an acre of cottage style gardens. There is a further walled garden, where the wall is also Grade II listed. The property is ideally placed for a host of local amenities in both Hackenthorpe and nearby Crystal Peaks Shopping Centre. Boasts excellent links to the M1 Motorway networks, Sheffield City Centre and Rotherham. Offered for sale with no forward chain, an early viewing is highly essential.

Grade II Listed Detached Residence
Five Bedrooms and Five Reception Rooms
Cottage Style Gardens
Stands in Approx 1/3 of an Acre


. 1 French doors give access to the weather porch, Part glazed original front entrance door with stained glass panel above giving access into the entrance hallway.

Entrance Hallway Double banked radiator, decorative coving to the ceiling, decorative ceiling rose,a doors give access through to the living room, formal dining room, utility room and a further door gives access to a family room. Staircase with open spindle balustrade rising to the first floor landing.

Living Room Front facing hardwood single glazed sash bay window, decorative coving to the ceiling, decorative picture rail, the feature of the room being an Adams style pillared fire surround with a raised marble hearth upon which sits a solid fuel fire. Double banked radiator.

Formal Dining Room Front facing hardwood single glazed sash bay window, decorative coving to the ceiling, feature of the room being an Adams style pillared fire surround with a raised hearth upon which sits a living flame effect gas fireplace. Double banked radiator and bespoke built-in display cabinet to one side of the fireplace.

Utility Room Range of original 1950's fitted wall and base units, stainless steel double sink with drainer and mixer tap, complementary tiled splashback, newly fitted wall mounted combination boiler, space and plumbing for electric washing machine, space for a gas cooker, double banked radiator, space for a tumble dryer and door gives access to the cellar.

Cellar Housing the original slab table and meters. Vaulted ceiling and offers further potential for conversion (subject to planning permissions).

Family Room Side facing hardwood window, double banked radiator, decorative picture rail, the feature of the room being a limestone fireplace with raised flagstone hearth upon which sits a feature fireplace, bespoke fitted storage cupboard to one side of the chimney breast. Door gives access through to the breakfast room which forms part of the extended cottage part of the property, which was extended around 1750.

Breakfast Room Decorative picture rail, dado rail to half height, part glazed rear entrance door giving access to the rear porch.

Rear Entrance Porch Side and rear facing hardwood windows, part glazed side entrance door accesses out to the garden. Double banked radiator, part glazed door gives access to the staircase rising to the first floor landing. Rear facing hardwood window, part glazed door gives access through to the kitchen.

Kitchen Having a range of wall and base units, complementary tiled splashback, roll top work surface into which is set a stainless steel single sink with double drainer and mixer tap, space for freestanding electric cooker, feature of the room is a solid fuel wood burning stove, wood feature fire surround, double banked radiator, trap door giving access down to a further cellar, stone floor covering and a door giving access down to the cellar. Door gives to the inner hallway and door gives access to the downstairs cloakroom/WC.

Downstairs Cloakroom/WC Low flush WC, hand wash basin set into a vanity unit, rear facing hardwood window, continuation of the stone floor covering and part glazed door gives access through to a covered storage area and out to the front garden and offering further potential for conversion.

First Floor Landing To the half landing, there is a superb feature rear facing hardwood window, door gives access through to an inner hallway, further door gives access through to the master bedroom. door gives access to a cloakroom/WC.

Master Bedroom Feature front facing hardwood sash bay window, picture rail, the feature of the room is an Adams style pillared fire surround with tiled inset and feature original Georgian cast iron fireplace. Another feature of the room is an original Victorian cast iron wall safe.

Inner Hallway Door gives access through to the bathroom. Doors to bedroom two and four.

Bathroom 1 A superb white suite comprising: freestanding roll top bath, pedesal hand wash basin, double banked radiator, stripped and vanished floorboards, high flush WC, front facing hardwood single glazed sash windows.

Bedroom Two Front facing hardwood single glazed sash window, double banked radiator, feature of the room being a pillared fire surround with a feature original Georgian cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom Four Rear facing hardwood window and double banked radiator.

Cloakroom/WC Low flush WC, pedestal hand wash basin, part tiling, double banked radiator, rear facing translucent hardwood window and further door gives access through to the bathroom.

Bathroom 2 Roll top bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal hand wash basin, part tiling, rear facing translucent hardwood window, double banked radiator and generous built-in storage cupboard.

. 2 Door gives access through to the cottage, an additional part of the property.

Bedroom Three Rear facing hardwood window, double banked radiator, laminate floor covering and door gives access through to the en-suite. Access up to the roof space.

En-suite Walk-in double shower cubicle, low flush WC, pedestal hand wash basin, full tiling, chrome effect heated ladder style towel radiator and ceramic tiled floor covering.

. 3 Door gives access through to the top of the staircase which gives access to the additional cottage.

Bedroom Five Front facing and rear facing hardwood windows and double banked radiator.

Attic Offers superb potential for conversion with original oak beams, storage into the eaves, rear facing Velux style window and side facing hardwood window.

Exterior and Gardens The property stands in total on approximately 1/3 of an acre of cottage style beautifully maintained gardes. To the front of the property is a generous lawned garden, all fully enclosed by walling and mature hedging. A wrought iron gate gives access round the side of the property to the rear. Further to the side of the property is a charming cottage style garden. Feature 18th Century Grade II listed wall forming part of the walled garden to the property. There is a generous potting shed, further lawned garden areas, an array of mature planted bushes and shrubbery. Through the listed wall, a door gives access to a further lawned garden with outside WC and storage. Further generous stone/brick built storage shed with power and lighting, stable door style front entrance door. Beyond the outside WC and storage areas is a further garden offering further potential for landscaping or potential for a vegetable patch.

. 4 Around to the rear of the property is a further patio area with a gate giving access to the parking area. Further hardstanding area offering further potential for the addition of a garage should the future purchaser want to instate.

Note All measurements are approximate. None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and no warranty is given as to their working ability.

Council Tax Band E


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Added on Rightmove:
13 August 2015

Nearest stations

  • Donetsk (0.2 mi)
  • Hackenthorpe (0.4 mi)
  • Moss Way (0.4 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Donetsk (0.2 mi)
  • Hackenthorpe (0.4 mi)
  • Moss Way (0.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Blundells, Crystal Peaks

5 Peak Square, Crystal Peaks, S20 7PH

0114 467 1645 Local call rate

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