4 bedroom detached house for saleHunshelf Bank, Stocksbridge, Sheffield, S36
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A beautiful detached stone built farmhouse, enjoying stunning views out over its own gardens and fields (approximately 5 acres), neighbouring farmland and across the valley with reservoir and moorlands over in the distance. In a quiet country lane this welcoming family home has a detached barn, stabling, planning for further stabling and an accommodation which is sure to please in terms of its character, fittings and flexibility. With turning circle before it and planning permission granted for a detached garage block, this home must be viewed to be fully appreciated. It briefly comprises, entrance hall, W.C., impressive sitting room, study, family room, dining room, utility/boot room, workshop, dining kitchen with glazed doors out to gardens, four large bedrooms, bedroom one with dressing area and en-suite and house bathroom. All just a 10 minute drive from the M1 motorway and an easy drive to the A616 giving direct access through to Huddersfield and Manchester.
Entrance Hall - An attractive door gives access through to the entrance hall, this with parquet flooring has timbers on display and a timber latch door gives access to the downstairs W.C.
Downstairs W.C. - Fitted with a low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and parquet flooring.
Sitting Room - A delightful large room with windows to the front and rear, providing super views, the room has a large amount of beams to the ceiling and a fabulous fireplace with a raised and flagged hearth, stone back cloth and cheeks and timber mantle. Doorway from the lounge gives access to a useful keeping cellar.
Study - A versatile room with an external door out to the front.
Family Room / Snug - As the photographs suggest a pleasant room with views once again to the front and rear and stone fireplace with an open fire grate. An opening leads through to the dining room;
Dining Room - Presented to a high standard this good sized dining room has been used in the past as a further sitting area due to its proximity to the large dining kitchen, it is timber panelled to the dado height.
Dining Kitchen - This fabulous room enjoys wonderful views over the gardens, fields and rural scene beyond. There are patio doors giving direct access out and two further windows which allow the room a large degree of natural light. The room has a comprehensive range of fitted units to the high and low level, a large amount of granite working surfaces, granite splash backs, an inset one and a half bowl sink unit with a mixer tap over, an integrated fridge and freezer, an integrated wine fridge with a glazed door, an island unit incorporating a breakfast bar, and a Stoves range style oven. This being particular attractive has a five ring induction hob and a broad extractor fan over.
Boot Room / Utility Room - Providing everyday access, this room has quarry style flooring and a large array of storage cupboards, it is also fitted with a Belfast style sink, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and a tumble dryer. A large cupboard houses the oil fired central heating boiler.
Workshop / Den - This versatile space is currently used as a man cave and has a huge amount of character. Window to the front, window to the side and separate external access.
A staircase from the hall leads to the first floor landing with window overlooking the views.
Bedroom One - With three windows this large double bedroom has superb views. A door leads through to a dressing area/lobby and en-suite.
En-Suite - This is fitted with a slipper style bath with claw and ball feet, a shower cubicle, a vanity unit with an inset wash hand basin, a shaver socket, tiling to the full ceiling height, inset spotlighting and two good sized windows, one of which gives a fabulous view out over the valley, reservoir and Pennine hills beyond.
Bedroom Two - This can be accessed from the landing and also from the dressing room/lobby as mentioned. This means the en-suite could be shared if so desired. This room has been used for a variety of purposes including a dressing room to bedroom one. It has a large window giving a fabulous view, a central heating radiator, beams to the ceiling and various light points.
Bedroom Three - This is a double room with an outlook to the front, beams to the ceiling, useful storage cupboards and a central heating radiator.
Bedroom Four - This is a double bedroom with a central ceiling light point, a central heating radiator and a view to the courtyard side.
House Bathroom - This is fitted with a four piece suite comprising of a bath, a large high specification shower, a low level W.C., a pedestal wash hand basin, appropriate decorative tiling, a central heating radiator and a central ceiling light point.
Outside - The property commands super views and has an extraordinary location being sat in approx. 5 acres and most of the principle rooms overlooking the land and views beyond. A very long driveway gives access to the property. All is well boundary with high quality gates.
To the front there is a turning circle driveway and a large amount of parking space. Large timber shed and substantial pagoda enjoying the setting and views. Avice Farm is complimented by good sized mature gardens
Barn - The property has a good sized steel framed modern barn, measuring approx. 29ft x 29ft with good eaves height. Planning permission has been passed recently for this agricultural barn to be converted to form two stables and a tack / feed room. At the same time planning permission is also achieved for the building of two stables of block construction to be built nearby. This therefore will result in giving five stables in total including the existing stable that measures 15ft x 15ft.
Garage Block - Planning permission has recently been granted as of April 20th 2018 for the building of a large detached garage block in oak/timber construction, the drawings demonstrate two being open fronted and the other with large twin doors acting as an enclosed workshop area. There is to be a first floor level with internal staircase/hatch proving useful storage space and Velux style windows. The planning information can be found via Sheffield City Council's planning portal quoting ref 18/00588/FUL -
Please Note - The property benefits from the addition of oil fired central heating.
Plans available upon request or via Sheffield City Council's website within the planning portal.
Should a buyer wish for the garage to be constructed, the vendor is open to discuss constructing a garage. The cost of which would be added to the final sale price should this be required.
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