- New to the market. Superb ground floor appartment convenient for comuting to Sheffield.
- A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase land for sale in the semi-rural village…
- Calling first time buyers in the Wickersley area :)
SOLD: 47, Slayleigh Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Summary DescriptionDating back to 1605, a substantial and charming, tastefully extended four bedroom, two bathroom, stone built linked family home, carefully improved by the current owners who have lived there for the past 23 years. Being originally 3 cottages, it was altered into a family home during the last century. Although conveniently located near to the centre of Fulwood, Sheffield 10, it is very secluded, having generous gardens to 3 sides, which gives the impression of a more rural setting.
- Character 17th Century Property
- Four Double Bedrooms/ Two Bathrooms
- Three Living Room Areas and Conservatory
- Courtyard and Parking for several cars
- Two Enclosed Private Gardens
- S10 Prime Location - good schools catchment
- Primary/Junior : Hallam + Nether Green
- Secondary/6th Form: Tapton + King Edwards
4.88 x 6.71m (16′0″ x 22′0″)
Hand painted in Farrell & Ball. Feature chimney breast with multi-fuel stove inset. Twin oven “RangeMaster” with additional grill. 5 ring gas hob above. Recessed low voltage lighting throughout. Belfast style sink unit with mixer taps and granite drainer to one side, set against the rear facing window. Further granite worktops, integrated dishwasher and fridge. Light pipe. Solid oak flooring.
1.53 x 2.44m (5′0″ x 8′0″)
Leading off the kitchen: Utility room with solid oak flooring. Having an external door opening onto a large patio that overlooks the garden. Along one wall are built in double door airing cupboards with storage and a second cupboard housing the hot water tank. Belfast style sink. Plumbing for a washing machine and separate vented dryer.
4.07 x 5.03m (13′4″ x 16′6″)
Adjoining Kitchen : Double glazed throughout including the glass roof. Hand made hearth tiles and fitted multi-fuel stove. There are "colonial" fitted blinds to all windows. Tiled floor and folding 3 glazed doors that open fully against the back wall to give a large entertaining area. Low voltage lighting. Ideally positioned, the room is naturally shaded in summer, which prevents any overheating.
3.05 x 3.97m (10′0″ x 13′0″)
Having solid oak flooring. Fitted old pine coats cupboard with second cupboard housing the central heating boiler . Feature hidden lighting above and decorative old gas lamp. (Entrance not photographed).
Downstairs Toilet : With white suite comprising wash hand basin with cupboard above and low flush w.c. Rear double glazed window. Solid oak flooring. (Downstairs Toilet not photographed).
6.40 x 4.27m (20′11″ x 14′0″)
From the Kitchen - doors lead to : A lovely proportioned principal reception room with window and door leading onto a random stone terrace with another window overlooking the courtyard to the rear. Central feature fireplace with open fire.
Fitted corner cupboard, recessed shelving and floor to ceiling original Elizabethan Oak Cupboard. Exposed beams and 5 fitted wall lights. Solid oak flooring.
Snug/ TV Room
3.71 x 3.25m (12′2″ x 10′7″)
From the Lounge a door leads into a small lobby area with a feature Victorian tiled floor. This leads to : a Snug/ TV Room with solid oak floor, a recessed cupboard and 3 fitted wall lights. There is as "coal effect" gas fire and double panelled radiator. The window overlooks the front cottage garden and the room has original exposed beams.
3.16 x 2.02m (10′4″ x 6′7″)
Also from the lobby area a second door leads to a small study. Having a fitted desk with shelving and a fitted floor to ceiling bookcase along the rear wall. Window overlooking the rear courtyard. Internet connection etc. and 2 fitted picture lights. Fitted carpet. (Study not photographed).
4.97 x 2.66m (16′3″ x 8′8″)
Off the reception area is a Storeroom/ Playroom. A semi-divided room having one third overlooking the rear garden and two thirds overlooking the courtyard. The smaller area has a built in desk and shelving. The "play" area has a fitted carpet.
2.67 x 4.42m (8′9″ x 14′6″)
Stairs lead from the reception area to the first floor - having a broad landing with a walk in store cupboard to one corner. Window overlooking the courtyard. Drop down loft ladder to insulated and boarded roof storage space. Feature old beams and decorative old gas lamp. The stairs and landing are fitted with sisal matting.
3.81 x 4.42m (12′5″ x 14′6″)
Good sized bedroom with recessed ceiling lights . Wardrobe. Central heating radiator. Fitted carpet.
3.97 x 3.25m (13′0″ x 10′7″)
Bright bedroom with recessed ceiling lights and overlooking the front garden. Wardrobe. Central heating radiator. Fitted carpet.
Lockable “Jack & Jill” door to the main bathroom, which gives the opportunity for it to be used as a guest's en suite bathroom.
3.57 x 3.05m (11′8″ x 10′0″)
Good sized 4th bedroom with window over the courtyard and a second rear window with lovely views over the orchard and countryside towards Ringinglow. Wardrobe. Central heating radiator. Feature “hidden” access hatch to 200 square foot of under the eves storage space.
3.21 x 2.33m (10′6″ x 7′7″)
Beautifully fitted with large curved glazed shower cubicle with chrome thermostatic power shower. Built in bathroom cupboard with tiled and mirrored recesses. White Suite with low flush w.c. High quality bath with tiled surround. Recessed low voltage lighting and stylish tall central heating radiator/towel rail. "Jack & Jill" door mentioned previously.
4.42 x 3.97m (14′6″ x 13′0″)
Main Bedroom with 2 front facing windows and an additional side window having attractive open views over the garden. Double panel central heating radiator, fitted wall and ceiling lights. Decorative cast iron fireplace and built in wardrobe. Fitted carpet.
1.83 x 2.28m (6′0″ x 7′5″)
From the Main Bedroom : En Suite Bathroom with full suite in white comprising bath with tiled surround and shower set over, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush w.c. Fitted bathroom cupboard and corner shelf unit. Central heating radiator and obscured glass window. Recessed Lighting. Cushioned vinyl flooring.
Approached via an unassuming garden path to a solid garden gate; this then opens into the private front cottage garden.
Alternatively there is an attractive rear entrance with a wide cobbled driveway having parking for several cars. This leads through a gated archway to a further parking area (if required) which is a cobbled courtyard. With flagged steps to the house entrance and an abundance of climbing foliage, the property is almost totally hidden from the busy, bustling world of today.