Elegant refurbished family home with period features

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This elegant residence, with origins in the mid-1700s, has been refurbished to the highest standard while retaining a host of period features.

The Old Rectory at 136 Kiveton Lane, Todwick, Sheffield S26, is on the market at £575,000.

Boasting four reception rooms, four bedrooms and three bathrooms, the property is set well back from the road, at the end of a gated private drive.

It is fitted with gas central heating and a burglar alarm system.

An entrance vestibule opens into a reception hall with traditional tiled floor.

A well-proportioned drawing room with bay window and French doors features a marble fireplace with living flame coal-effect fire.

The dining room has solid oak flooring and an Adam-style fireplace; two oak display cabinets are included in the sale.

The kitchen is fitted with bespoke, handmade units including a breakfast island, granite worktops and a pantry. Integrated appliances comprise a microwave oven, coffee maker and dishwasher, with space for a larder fridge and range cooker.

A utility area has plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Stairs descend to two vaulted cellars.

Other ground floor rooms include a snug with Louis-style fireplace, and a cloakroom with wc.

The first-floor landing leads to four double bedrooms, two of them en-suite.

The master suite features a period fireplace, a dressing room and a shower room with bidet and over-sized shower enclosure.

The family bathroom has a Savoy suite comprising Victorian-style claw foot slipper bath, high-flush wc, bidet, pedestal basin and chrome towel rail.

Outside, a block-paved courtyard leads to a large detached garage. The house is set in well-stocked gardens featuring a terrace, rockery, lawns and flowerbeds.

Details: Saxton Mee, Dronfield Office (01246) 290 992