1 bedroom flat for saleMillhouses Lane, Sheffield, S7
- Ground Floor Apartment
- One Double Fitted Bedroom
- Leafy Communal Grounds
- Close To Amenities
- Upvc Double Glazing
- Lovely Views
- EPC GRADE D
A one bedroom ground floor apartment pleasantly situated in leafy communal grounds with garage and upvc double glazing.
Close to local shops, public houses and Holy Trinity Church, Millhouses Park and bus services. Very well maintained and with attractive views the accommodation includes entrance hall, sitting room/dining room, fitted kitchen, double fitted bedroom and modern bathroom. Available with no upward chain. A copy of EPC will be available on request - EPC grade D.
Hall 10' 2" x 3' 6" (3.1m x 1.07m )
Upvc entrance door and coat pegs. Ceiling cornice.
Sitting Room 15' 5" x 9' 10" (4.7m x 3m )
Large double glazed window with southerly aspect. Storage heater and ceiling cornice.
Kitchen 5' 4" x 6' 5" (1.62m x 1.95m )
Hygena teak units with Formica work tops and stainless steel sink unit. Window also with southerly aspect.
With cylinder airing cupboard.
Bedroom 10' 6" x 11' 10" (3.2m x 3.6m )
Double fitted room with mirror wardrobes, built in cupboards and storage heater.Window with communal garden views.
Bathroom / WC
Turquoise suite with chrome fittings and electric shower. Tiled walls in complementary shades and side window.
Mainly laid to lawn and with car access from Millhouses lane and gate access to Springfiled Road. Drive with parking and access to the garage.
Garage 16' 5" (2.5) x 0' 0" (5m (2.5) x 0m )
Single garage with up and over door.
In ancient times this area was part of the Barnsdale Forest that, together with Sherwood Forest, made up the forest of the Robin Hood legends. The River Sheaf marked the boundary between the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of Mercia and Northumbria. In fact the earliest historical record of this area refers to the submission of the Northumbrian army to Egbert of Wessex at nearby Dore in 829.
In the late 12th century Robert Fitz Ranulf gave land for the establishment an abbey, just south of Millhouses at Beauchief. Over time most the area now covered by Millhouses had been given to the abbey by the De Ecclesall family. One of the gifts to the monks was the Ecclesall Corn Mill. This mill existed at least as early as 1280 and considerable remnants of it can still be seen at the north end of Millhouses Park.
Millhouses remained mostly agricultural until the 19th century, although two cutlery works had been established in the area: Moscar Wheel, which may originally have been a corn mill, was making cutlery by 1496, and Bartin Wheel was built as a cutler's wheel in 1631. In 1805 a turnpike road was built from Sheffield to Bakewell (now Abbeydale Road), this passed through the area and led to some growth, but it was only with the extension of the Midland Main Line through the valley in 1870 (with a railway station at Millhouses) and the subsequent arrival of trams in 1902 that Millhouses began to develop as an affluent residential suburb. As well as a railway station, an engine shed was built in 1901. This closed in the 1962, but the shed building is still in use as an industrial site and the shed's sidings are now Tesco supermarket's Park and Ride.
Noteworthy buildings in Millhouses include the Grade II listed parish church, Holy Trinity, which was constructed in 1937, and the former Millhouses police station building that dates from 1893. The Robin Hood and Wagon and Horses public houses are amongst the neighbourhood's older surviving buildings, both dating from earlier than 1822.
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