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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Annesley Road, Greenhill, Sheffield

Sold STC £340,000

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A truly unique four bedroomed stone built Grade II listed detached cottage, dating from the early 1800's. Worked as a forge until the mid 1950's, it was converted around 2000 into a family residence containing many fascinating original features. Complemented by a delightful mature cottage style garden with drive providing ample off road parking, the property stands in the sought after village of Greenhill and offers gas central heating, with many Georgian style windows, and has a wealth of character and charm and comprising hall, dining room, breakfast kitchen and living room. Landing, four bedrooms, family bathroom and en-suite. NO CHAIN.

The Accommodation Comprises - Large farmhouse style stable front door to

Large Reception Hall - Having a wealth of character with exposed stone and brick work to the walls, recessed former chimney, which was part of the original forge. There is an ornate cast iron grate, Georgian style sash window with deep sill, spiral staircase and barrel radiator.

Dining Room - Enjoying excellent natural light with Georgian style windows to the front and side elevations, barrel style radiator, built in shelving, exposed stone work and ornamental feature fireplace. This room alternatively would make a lovely studio.

Inner Hallway - With shelved storage cupboard.

Breakfast Kitchen - With a range of fitted units, plumbing for a washing machine, integrated oven and gas hob. Cast iron style radiators, stone and wooden flooring, Georgian style small paned windows to the front with original hearths which are a feature from when the property was part of an original forge together with a York stone trough, we believe formerly held the anvil, now a decorative feature.

Living Room - Exposed feature floorboards, cast iron style radiators, windows to the side and rear together with a Georgian style broad window overlooking the attractive courtyard garden. There is an external stable door, exposed beams, decorative recess and a lovely feature of the room being the Polish multi fuel decorative stove, which we are led to believe is circa 1905.

First Floor Landing - Approached by a spiral staircase rising up from the hallway. Rear facing window.

Double Bedroom Two - With Georgian style windows to three elevations, access to the loft space and cast iron style radiator. Built in wardrobe.

Family Bathroom - With a white suite comprising wash hand basin, low level w.c., bath and shower. Twin windows, access to the loft space and towel radiator.

Inner Landing - With external door opening to a flight of stone steps that descend to the courtyard garden. Recessed useful storage cupboards.

Bedroom Three - With Georgian style front facing windows, cast iron style radiator and recessed wardrobe/store cupboards.

Bedroom Four - With Georgian style window, cast iron style radiator and exposed floorboards. Feature brick work with what was believed to be a recess oven. There is access to the loft space and recessed wardrobe.

Master Bedroom - With rear facing window overlooking the garden, cast iron style radiator and useful recessed storage cupboard.

En-Suite Shower Room - In white comprising a wash hand basin, low level w.c., shower enclosure with the shower unit working off the domestic hot water system, towel radiator and extractor fan.

Outside - A five bar gate with matching personnel gate opens to the driveway which leads in providing hard standing for several vehicles. The driveway is surrounded by the lovely cottage style garden, which has an abundance of cottage style plants, shrubs and bushes and gravelled areas. There is a useful storage area beneath the barn style external steps.

History - The property is a Grade II listed building, constructed in stone and is believed to date from the early 1800's when it was thought to be a farmhouse and converted into a forge that was used to make tea planters knives.

Valuer - Tim Heaton/mw

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through the Banner Cross office.


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04 December 2018

Nearest stations

  • Dore (1.4 mi)
  • Dronfield (1.9 mi)
  • Herdings Park (2.0 mi)
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949-951 Ecclesall Road Sheffield S11 8TN

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Nearest stations

  • Dore (1.4 mi)
  • Dronfield (1.9 mi)
  • Herdings Park (2.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Saxton Mee, Banner Cross

949-951 Ecclesall Road Sheffield S11 8TN

0114 467 1597 Local call rate

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