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2 bedroom farm house for sale

Trunce Farm, Green Moor, Sheffield

Sold STC £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • GUIDE PRICE 650,000 - 700,000
  • Stunning stone built, Double fronted Farmhouse with Planning to Extend
  • Spacious Dining Kitchen, Utility Room
  • Sitting Room with Wood Burning Stove
  • Conservatory, Two First Floor Double Bedrooms
  • 26 Acres bordering Upper Don
  • Historic Woodland Areas
  • Private & Secluded Location
  • Stunning Views & Scenery

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Crucible Sales & Lettings are proud to offer for sale a truly rare opportunity to acquire this 18th century, stone built, double fronted, two double bedrooms farmhouse, which stands in approximately 26 acres of land, with several out-buildings, and has planning permission granted for an additional two bedrooms and reception room to be added to the main house. The property is situated in this highly sought after, semi-rural location of Wortley, which enjoys unspoilt historic woodland and country side. The house is in a completely secluded location whilst being within convenient access to transport links, local amenities, shops and reputable schools and only 30 minutes' drive from Sheffield city centre. This is a perfect opportunity for a variety of purchasers, from professional couples, retirees, equestrian interest, livery and farming. Only from viewing can the vast potential on offer be fully appreciated, and in brief comprises the following; open-plan entrance hall, dual-aspect sitting room with wood burning stove, conservatory enjoying panoramic views, good size dining kitchen with oil fired Rayburn range and utility room, two first floor double bedrooms and family bathroom. Attached to the property is a stone barn, which has planning permission approved. Attached to this is a further substantial double barn, which is currently used as a garage. In addition there are a further five out-buildings. The 26 acres of land has no restrictions or covenants, accessed via a private track, with historic woodland, fields, dry-stone walls, river and well maintained gardens, stone patios and enjoys views across the valley.  

ENTRANCE A front facing wood entrance door, with double glazed insert, provides access to the; 

OPEN-PLAN HALLWAY With a flight of stairs, which rise to the first floor accommodation, tiled flooring, with recessed spot lights to the ceiling. Access is provided to the dining kitchen and sitting room. 

DINING KITCHEN 15' 6" x 17' 11" into the chimney breast (4.7m x 3.78m)  

KITCHEN AREA The focal point of the room is the flame red, oil fired Rayburn stove, set within an attractive chimney breast feature, with black tiled back, slate hearth and stone lintel. There is a comprehensive range of pale oak units, with under pelmet lights and tiled splash backs, which lead down to a butcher block work surface, incorporated in which is a stainless steel, double bowl sink and drainer, set beneath two rear facing, hard-wood, double glazed windows, a four plate ceramic hob and extractor fan above. There is tiled flooring, a built-in under stairs storage cupboard, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer, wood beam ceiling and recessed spot lights to the ceiling. Access to utility room.  

DINING AREA With a front facing hard-wood double glazed window, a radiator beneath, TV point, ample space for a dining table and chairs. Access is provided to the utility room. 

UTILITY ROOM 6' 3" x 5' 7" (1.91m x 1.7m) With a side facing wood entrance door, which opens to the paddock, rear and side facing, hard-wood double glazed windows, tiled flooring, space and plumbing for free standing appliances, such as a washing machine and tumble dryer. 

SITTING ROOM 15' 5" x 12' 5" (4.7m x 3.78m) The focal point of this dual-aspect family room is the cast-iron, wood burning stove, with stone hearth. There is front and rear facing, hard wood, double glazed windows, two radiators, hard wood floor, TV point and recessed spot lights to the ceiling. 

CONSERVATORY 17' 7" x 12' 3" (5.36m x 3.73m) With side facing, hard wood, double glazed double doors, with glazed inserts, which opens to the stone patio, front, side and rear facing, hard wood, double glazed windows, which enjoys delightful views over the grounds, woodland and river, hard wood floor, stone wall feature and a wall mounted light point. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING With a rear facing, hard wood, double glazed window, which enjoys views over the valley, exposed floor boards, loft hatch and recessed spot lights to the ceiling. Access is provided to the bedrooms and family bathroom. 

MASTER BEDROOM 15' 6" x 13' 6" maximum measurements (4.72m x 4.11m) This very good size dual-aspect master room has a front and side facing, hard wood, double glazed window, exposed floor boards, a radiator and TV point. 

BEDROOM TWO 15' 6" plus recess x 11' 11" (4.72m x 3.63m) Another good size double bedroom, with a front facing, hard wood, double glazed window, exposed floor boards, pale wood built-in book shelf to two walls and recessed spot lights to the ceiling. 

FAMILY BATHROOM 12' 6" x 6' 2" (3.81m x 1.88m) Fitted with a four piece suite comprising a free standing roll top bath, a corner walk-in shower, a pedestal wash hand basin and a low flush W.C. There is a rear facing, hard wood, double glazed opaque window, exposed floor boards, a towel radiator, complimentary tiled splash backs, a useful airing cupboard store, to one wall, shaver point and recessed spot lights to the ceiling. 

OUTSIDE & GARDENS Standing in approximately 26 acres, the property is accessed via a private track, which meanders through historical woodland, fields, blue-bell field, grazing fields and leads to the farmyard. The farmyard provides ample off street parking with turning area, in turn leads to the stone-built double barn, stone-built out-house, stable store, tractor store and double store, with stock level and further stone built out-house. To the front of the property is a raised, lawn garden, with flower beds, shrub plants, mature trees and stone wall boundaries. A stone path leads to the entrance door and continues to the side stone patio seating area, which over looks the fields, and to the rear is a very good size paddock and fields, which over looks the and woodland, which all belong to the property. 

OUT-BUILDING 22' 2" x 21' 4" (6.76m x 6.5m) plus 23'2" x 11'7"
This fantastic stone-built out-building, serviced with power and light points, is currently used as a work shop and store, with oak crook beams to the vaulted ceiling. This area has planning permission approved to convert to two reception areas and two further double bedrooms. The out-building was originally a byre/milking parlour and has the original hayracks still in situ. The original stone slate roof is still in place.  

DOUBLE BARN/GARAGE 22' 11" x 22' 10" (6.99m x 6.96m) Attached to the rest of the property is this very good size, vaulted ceiling, stone-built barn, currently used as a garage. There is power and light points, oak crook beamed ceiling, stone floor, and two sets of double doors, which open to the out-building. 

TRACTOR STORE 14' 11" x 17' 10" (4.55m x 5.44m) A useful timber structure, ideal for agricultural vehicle storage, or wood store. 

DOUBLE SHACK/STABLE STORE 35' 3" x 15' 4" (10.74m x 4.67m) This stone and timber store is ideal for multi-purpose storage, from out-door pursuits, equestrian tack store or car-port. 

STORE / STABLE 24' 10" x 17' 8" (7.57m x 5.38m) This weather proof store/ stable, is currently used to house goats, with stock level, which could easily be converted to stables. 

SLAUGHTERHOUSE 16' 1" x 9' 1" (4.9m x 2.77m) This stone-built out-building, was originally a slaughterhouse in the 19th Century when the inhabitants of the farm supplied meat to the local area. It is currently used to house geese. 

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