4 bedroom detached house for sale

Crane Moor Road, Crane Moor, Sheffield, S35

Sold STC £450,000

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SITUATED IN THIS EVER POPULAR SEMI RURAL VILLAGE WITH EASY ACCESS TO SHEFFIELD, LEEDS, MANCHESTER, PENISTONE AND BARNSLEY, THIS BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED AND SUBSTANTIAL PERIOD FARMHOUSE OFFERING HIGH QUALITY FIXTURES AND FITTINGS IN THIS HIGHLY DESIRABLE SETTING WITH COUNTRY VIEWS AND FABULOUS WALKS ON THE DOORSTEP.
This spacious family home is believed to date back to the mid-19th century and, having undergone significant improvements and extensions while retaining the character of the original house, now offers a wealth of accommodation over two floors. To the ground floor are entrance porch, entrance hall, dining kitchen, wc, cellar, garden/utility room, dining room, living room: to the first floor are four double bedrooms, study/home office, house bathroom and separate shower room. Outside there is a mature well-stocked garden to the front and a low-maintenance garden to the rear with a original farm feature well. To the side, the private driveway provides off-street parking and access to a large double garage/ workshop. The house offers an excellent mix of period features with exposed beams and stonework alongside high quality modern fixtures and fittings. An early viewing is strongly recommended. Part exchange considered. EPC rating-D

The Accommodation Contains -

Ground Floor -

Entrance Porch - Entrance to the house is via a timber and lead-glazed door to the stone-built porch with a pitched roof, stone tiled floor and uPVC double glazed windows. A timber and glass door leads to the hallway.

Hallway - With ceiling light, central heating radiator and staircase rising to the first floor. Doorways to kitchen and dining room.

Kitchen/ Dining Room - This well-proportioned kitchen space has ample room for family dining. Fitted is a range of modern wall and base units with contrasting laminate worktops and glass splashbacks, a one and a half bowl sink unit with a mixer tap. There is space for a range cooker, extractor fan over and integrated Bosch dishwasher, fridge and freezer are fitted. There are many period features in the form of beams, high-level cupboards, and quarry tiled flooring. A large central heating radiator, heated towel rail and uPVC double glazed windows complete this versatile room.

Cellar - Accessed by original stone stairs from the kitchen the cellar provides a large storage area. Electric light and power is available throughout.

Downstairs Toilet (Wc) - Adjacent to the Kitchen is a WC comprising of a low level wc, wall mounted basin with instant electric water heater, chrome tap and white tiled splashback, insert ceiling spot light, solid tile floor, obscure uPVC double glazed window and electric towel rail.

Utility Room - Opening from the Kitchen via a glazed timber door and sliding glass panels, the Utility Room offers a very flexible space sufficient for example, for a table and chairs or possibly for childrens play equipment. There is plumbing and space under worktop for a washing machine and a second appliance if needed. Two built-in wall cupboards provide space for the gas boiler and meters as well as general storage. There is a large double glazed window to the rear and a double glazed uPVC door to the garden and the garage. The room has a solid tiled floor and a Velox window in the ceiling and there is a radiator under the window.

Dining Room - Opening off the hallway opposite the Kitchen, this part of the original house provides a well-proportioned reception space offering exposed timber beams, stonework, feature fireplace and suspended wood flooring. Central heating radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the front overlooking the garden.

Living Room - A well-proportioned principal reception space, part of the 1970's extension to the original house with an abundance of natural light gained by a large uPVC glazed windows to the front and a very large picture window to side. A cast iron multi-fuel stove on a stone hearth and two central heating radiators provides a cosy and relax atmosphere. Ceiling coving, ceiling rose and light plus two wall lights.

First Floor -

Landing - The first floor is reached by stairs that give direct access to bedroom two and a short corridor links to bathroom, shower room, loft and other rooms. The landing has a spindled balustrade, three ceiling lights, exposed beams, access to loft space via a hatch, central heating radiator and uPVC double glazed window with stone sill enjoying views to the rear.

Bedroom 1 - A generous master suite with uPVC double glazed window to the front and large picture window to the side enjoying fabulous elevated views, three wall lights, central heating radiator and access to the loft via a hatch. Door to walk-in wardrobes providing fitted storage space.

Shower Room - Positioned next to the master bedroom, this comprises a white three piece modern suite of close coupled wc, sink with mixer tap and enclosed shower cubicle with Mira electric shower within. Tiled floor, radiator and extractor fan.

Bedroom 2 - A further double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, exposed beams, ceiling light, central heating radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the front with window seat.

Bedroom 3 - A further double bedroom, front facing with uPVC double glazed window, window seat, ceiling light, coving to the ceiling, central heating radiator and exposed timber beams.



Home Office - Making an ideal study or potential annex, with wood effect laminate flooring, central heating radiator, Velux to the side and further uPVC double glazed window. Fitted storage cupboards, book shelves and the door to Bedroom four.

Bedroom 4 - A further double bedroom, ceiling light, central heating radiator, access to the loft space and access to the under eaves storage. UPVC double glazed window overlooking the garden with views over fields.

Bathroom - Comprising of a three piece suite of white close coupled wc, basin in vanity unit, bath with mixer tap and Triton shower over, glazed shower screen, two ceiling lights, exposed beams to the ceiling, tiled floor, chrome towel rail/radiator and obscure uPVC double glazed window to the front.

Double Garage - With remote control up and over door, personal door to the rear, uPVC and obscure glazing and uPVC obscure glazed window providing light. There is space for two cars, storage shelves and a work bench with power and lighting throughout.

Outside - To the front of the property is a mature garden well stocked with an abundance of plants, shrubs and trees, this incorporates a stone flagged seating area and space for shed, perimeter stone walling, stone flagged path. To the side of the property an imprint driveway provides off street parking for several cars and gives access to the double garage.. To the rear of the property is a low maintenance courtyard style garden, fully enclosed with stone walling, stone flags and cobbles, original farm well, space for shed. Timber gates give access to the side lane and to the drive. Steps to the house back door porch.

A Bit Of History - High House Farm originally comprised the three building. The biggest building not so big in these days was the actual Farm House; the other buildings were barns etc.. After farming ceased the farm house was separated from the others and took on the name High House Farm. The other buildings took on the names The Old Barn and Nook End Lodge and all were converted for residential use. Unusually, the three properties face outwards giving a high level of privacy. The former farm house now High House Farm was extended twice; once in the 1970s and then by the present owner in 2008.

Services - All services (gas, electricity, water and telephone) are connected. A comprehensive wireless Fire Alarm System is fitted and fast broad connection is available.

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  • Silkstone Common (2.1 mi)
  • Dodworth (2.5 mi)
  • Penistone (3.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Simon Blyth, Penistone

1a St. Marys Street Penistone S36 6DT

01226 977138 Local call rate

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