Period features are combined with modern comforts in this five-bedroom home in the sought-after suburb of Dore.
The semi-detached property, at 22 Bushey Wood Road, Dore, Sheffield 17, benefits from gas central heating and partial double glazing.
It is close to local shops and transport links, within the catchment area of respected schools, and just two miles from the Peak District National Park.
A period timber door opens into an entrance hall with picture rail and coving. A door leads down to two cellar rooms.
The living room features a bay window and a timber and marble fireplace with living flame gas fire.
A separate dining room has a cast iron and tiled fire surround and a door to the back garden.
The kitchen is fitted with pine-fronted wall and base units with roll-edge worktops, incorporating an original built-in cupboard and a stainless steel sink with decorative splashback.
A Rayburn oven is built into the chimney breast and there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and a dishwasher.
Stairs rise to the first-floor landing, which has a spindled balustrade.
The master bedroom features ceiling coving, a picture rail and a decorative fireplace set in the chimney recess.
There is also a second double bedroom, with original sash window, and a single room.
The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising low-flush wc, built-in wash basin and built-in bath with glass screen and shower over.
More stairs rise to a second floor with service hatch to a loft. Here there are two more double bedrooms, one of them L-shaped, with Velux-style windows, and a shower room with electric Mira shower, wash basin and low-flush wc.
There is also a study with access to the eaves.
Outside, wrought iron gates open to a pebbled driveway with off-road parking. A pathway leads down the side of the house to a good-sized back garden.
This has a paved patio, a lawn and a brick-built storeroom.
Enclosed back garden
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Bloor & Co, Ecclesall Road, Sheffield. Tel: (0114) 250 0800