An ideal home in Sheffield for an extended family or those looking to invest

Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 16:04 pm
Updated Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 16:15 pm

This splendid six-bedroom Georgian house on Glossop Road has been refurbished to a high standard and contains many period features.

It sits in the heart of the sought-after conservation area of Sheffield 10. It is within walking distance of the Hallamshire hospital and the city centre and is in the catchment area for a number of top performing schools.Number 441 offers a unique layout. The main residence incorporates the ground and upper two floors and there is a one-bedroom fully self-contained lower ground floor apartment.This is ideal for a dependant relative or teenager or can be rented out for additional income as the necessary permits are already in place.The house, which has electric central heating, is entered through a stylish panelled and glazed front entrance door with glazed top section giving access to a beautiful spacious reception hallway. There is an original coving to the ceiling and the original staircase with polished open spindles for access to the first floor. A beautiful panelled original door gives access to a front dining room –a well presented and proportioned principal reception room..The picture window floods the room with natural light and is fitted with the original fully functioning panelled shutters to either side.There are deep original skirting boards,a picture rail, coving to the ceiling, and a marble fireplace surround with fire.The sitting room also has a period solid marble fireplace surround with a tiled hearth which is used presently for decorative purposes only.The kitchen is fitted with high-quality tiled flooring and a range of contemporary modern wall and base units complemented by roll top work surfaces and tiled splashbacks.Integrated appliances consist of a Beko four ring touch tone induction halogen hob and a Beko electric fan assisted oven and there is space for a free standing fridge freezer, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a condensing tumble dryer,The first-floor landing has a panelled door gives access to a separate WC and a bathroom with tiled floor and walls and a white bathroom suite.The master bedroom has a range of built in wardrobes and has spectacular views sweeping up and out towards Norton water tower and beyondBedroom two also has a range of built-in bedroom furniture to either side of the chimney breast.Bedroom three is currently used as an office but has the potential to be turned into an ensuite to the master bedroom if required.Bedroom four, a double, is on the second floor and has wood laminate flooring, and a range of built-in floor to ceiling bedroom furniture.The lower ground floor apartment is accessed from the rear of the property and consists of hallway, kitchen/diner, good-sized sitting room, bathroom and large double bedroom.To the rear is a courtyard and rear garden which are ideal for sitting out and entertaining and there is easy on road parking to the front with resident/permit parking available.

It is on market with a guide price of £500,000.