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Wyvern Grange by Bellway Homes Ltd

Furniss Avenue, Dore, Sheffield, S17 3QN

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Wyvern Grange

Wyvern Grange is a superb development of 4,5 and 6-bedroom new homes in the highly-regarded village of Dore, which benefits from an enviable location close to Sheffield city centre and bordering the breath-taking Peak District National Park.

Built to a premium specification and boasting exclusive design features, these luxury new homes cover a range of styles including townhouses and executive detached properties, sure to appeal to professionals and families alike. This superb development presents landscaped gardens, attractive greenery and plentiful open space to be enjoyed, while a short walk will take residents into the heart of Dore village.

Residents of Wyvern Grange will enjoy a compact village centre just minutes from the development which is well-known for its spirited community atmosphere, hosting a number of social and recreational activities. This enviable rural location benefits from excellent local amenities including a range of independent grocers, quaint delicatessens and traditional public houses.

With the spectacular natural beauty of the Peak District on its doorstep, this elegant new development is excellently placed to take advantage of the charming villages, historic sites and traditional attractions of the area. Chatsworth House is just a 20 minute drive away and home to over 4000 years of artwork, from ancient Roman paintings to Egyptian sculpture. Visitors of all ages will enjoy the stunning water features, flower displays and Victorian mazes which populate the 105 acres of landscaped surrounds.

With the cosmopolitan Sheffield city centre under six miles away, residents can enjoy an unrivalled array of urban attractions including museums, theatres, art galleries, award-winning restaurants and extensive shopping opportunities. The Meadowhall Shopping Centre is one of the largest in the country with over 230 stores covering high-street fashion, gifts and homeware, along with an impressive dining quarter. For an alternative shopping experience, Sheffield is home to the Moor Market, comprising close to 200 indoor stalls of fresh local produce, homemade baked goods and artisan crafts.

Families are well catered for in the area with a range of extremely well-regarded schools covering infant through to higher education. Younger children are served by two popular primary schools within a five minute walk of the development, Dore Primary School and The Rowan School. Totley All Saints Church of England Primary School can also be reached within a five minute drive. Students over eleven are catered for by King Ecgbert School within a five minute walk, along with Silverdale School and Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School within nine and 14 minutes drive respectively.

Transport connections in the area are excellent, with convenient access to local roads and motorway links. The A621 is half a mile from the development and runs from Sheffield to Baslow, while the A61 is just over 10 minutes away and connects Derby with Thirsk, passing major cities such as Sheffield and Leeds on route. There are regular bus services from Dore Village into Sheffield city centre while Dore and Totley train station provides a connection to Sheffield in six minutes, along with Manchester Piccadilly in under an hour.
  1. Stunning collection of smart town houses and executive detached homes
  2. One of the most desirable locations in Sheffield
  3. Peak District National Park on the doorstep
  4. Excellent schools and fantastic transport links



Furniss Avenue, Dore, Sheffield, S17 3QN

Opening hours

Opening hours are Thursday - Monday, 10 am - 5pm.

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

A leisurely stroll will take you from Wyvern Grange into the heart of Dore village, which offers a wide variety of useful amenities. These include a post office, pharmacy, delicatessen and butchers, along with several convenience stores. The village also boasts a number of public houses, including the Dore Moor Inn. This charming country Inn was built in 1816 and offers hearty, traditional fayre and real ale.

You’ll find an array of leisure opportunities close to home. Golfers will be spoilt for choice, with excellent courses on offer at Dore and Totley, Beauchief and Hallamshire clubs which are all nearby. Meanwhile, the Abbeydale Sports Club in the village offers facilities for badminton, cricket, bowls, hockey and rugby as well as a gym. When the weather permits, you can enjoy an al fresco swim at the open air pool at Hathersage.

Wyvern Grange is around a mile from the border of the Peak District National Park where you can immerse yourself in its glorious natural beauty. You’ll find a myriad of opportunities for cycling, walking, horse riding and climbing, while there are annual events to enjoy including the Bakewellm Show every August.

Local Shopping

You’ll also enjoy a visit to the New Moor Market where you’ll find almost 200 stalls brimming with artisan produce, or you can take a trip to the Meadowhall Shopping Centre which offers a multitude of high street stores.


Your new home benefits from close proximity to a wide range of educational establishments, right through from nurseries to universities.

Kingswood Day Nursery is just a few moments’ walk away, while Dore Primary School in the village is extremely well regarded. Older children are catered for at King Ecgbert Secondary School, which is around ten minutes away on foot and offers learning from 11 to 18.

For higher education, the renowned University of Sheffield is just five miles from home, offering such diverse courses as genetics, sociology and urban studies.

Transport Links

Wyvern Grange enjoys fantastic transport connections, whether you are travelling for business or pleasure. Your new home is just over a mile away from Dore and Totley railway station, linking you to Sheffield in less than ten minutes.

Dore and Totley Railway Station also affords you direct links to Manchester Piccadilly in around an hour and fifteen minutes, from where you can take onward train journeys to London St Pancras, Leeds, Reading, Manchester, Glasgow and Southampton amongst other destinations.

For road travel, you can be en route to Sheffield on the A61 in just over ten minutes, while you can feel a world away in the Peak District National Park in less than ten minutes via the A625 or the A621. Meanwhile, the M1 is around half an hour’s drive away, taking you to Leeds and London.

When you’re travelling internationally, you can reach Manchester Airport in around one hour and twenty minutes.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Dore (1.0 miles)
National Train Station logo Dronfield (3.3 miles)
National Train Station logo Grindleford (3.8 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode



The premium specification used at Wyvern Grange offers the perfect finishing touch to your beautiful new home.

From The Hathersage to The Deighton, the specification of the executive detached homes and townhouses at Wyvern Grange is, quite simply, second to none.

The exclusive design features of these luxury new homes provide you with the ideal backdrop for a wonderful quality of life, while the plentiful open space outside and enviable location complement your environment beautifully.

The Mayfield and The Deighton

• 20mm Silestone worktop to the kitchen
• Chrome downlights to kitchen and wet rooms
• 5 Panel Bi-fold doors (The Deighton only)
• Integrated appliances including AEG
• Microwave, AEG 5 burner hob and Zanussi full height fridge, full height freezer, Zanussi dishwasher (subject to housetype kitchen layout)
• ‘Gallery’ kitchen doors by Symphony
• Motion activated LED feature lighting with mirrored recess to the house bathroom, with tiled recesses and feature LED lighting as specified on the drawing (The Deighton only)
• Roca Meridian sanitaryware with concealed cistern and soft close seat
• Digital shower to bedroom 1 ensuite
• Roca Prisma furniture to bedroom 1 ensuite
• Chrome towel radiators to bathroom and ensuites
• Evolution log burning stove
• Chrome finish sockets and switches throughout
• Oak internal doors
• Fitted wardrobes to bedroom 1
• Turf to front gardens
• 1.8m close boarded boundary fence
• 41mm gloss white turned spindles with waxed oak handrail and turned newel caps
• Low profile 1700mm x 900mm walk in shower to ensuite 1
• Freestanding bath to ensuite 1 (The Deighton only)
• Cat 5 Cabling as per working drawing
• Gloss white 20x16mm OGEE skirting and TORUS architrave 20mm x 69mm
• White emulsion finish to walls and ceilings

The Higham, The Rowsley, The Totley, The Fulford, The Hathersage and The Grassington

• Gallery kitchen doors by Symphony
• Chrome downlights to kitchen and wet rooms
• AEG integrated appliances including AEG double oven and AEG hob, Zanussi dishwasher and Zanussi fridge/freezer
• Chrome towel radiators to bathroom and ensuites
• Mira Agile ERD shower to ensuite 1
• Roca Gap sanitaryware with concealed cistern and soft close seat
• Cat 5 cabling as per working drawing
• Chrome sockets to the kitchen area
• Fitted wardrobes to bedroom 1
• 32mm stop chamfered gloss white spindle and newel post with waxed timber handrail
• Turf to front gardens
• Gloss white double grooved chamfered edge 14.5mm x 120mm skirting with 18mm x 69mm architrave
• White emulsion finish to walls and ceilings
• 2 panel white internal doors

About Developer


Over 60 years of great homes and great service

When it comes to buying your new home it is reassuring to know that you are dealing with one of the most successful companies in the country, with a reputation built on designing and creating fine houses and apartments nationwide backed up with one of the industry’s best after-care services.

In 1946 John and Russell Bell, newly demobbed, joined their father John T. Bell in a small family owned housebuilding business in Newcastle upon Tyne. From the very beginning John T. Bell & Sons, as the new company was called, were determined to break the mould. In the early 1950s Kenneth Bell joined his brothers in the company and new approaches to design layout and finishes were developed. In 1963 John T. Bell & Sons became part of the public corporate scene and the name Bellway evolved.

Continuing growth

Today Bellway is one of Britain’s largest house building companies and is continuing to grow throughout the country. Since its formation, Bellway has built and sold over 100,000 homes catering for first time buyers to more seasoned home buyers and their families. The Group’s rapid growth has turned Bellway into a multi-million pound company, employing over 2,000 people directly and many more sub-contractors. From its original base in Newcastle upon Tyne the Group has expanded in to all regions of the country and is now poised for further growth.

Our homes are designed, built and marketed by local teams operating from regional offices managed and staffed by local people. This allows the company to stay close to its customers and take key decisions about design, build, materials, planning and marketing in response to local and not national demands. A simple point, but one which we believe distinguishes Bellway.

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