Set within privately enclosed 10 acre grounds; a substantial detached farmhouse sympathetically modernised to a high standard offering stunning accommodation which commands breathtaking far reaching views and is wrapped within glorious Pennine countryside.
The grounds incorporate private gardens, grazing paddocks, an outdoor manage and a range of outbuilding including garaging and a stable bock. Occupying the most idyllic of countryside settings resulting in the most enviable of external lifestyles whilst an abundance of local services are easily accessible as is the M1 motorway network.
In short, a stunning Victorian farm home full of charm and character enjoying an idyllic countryside setting yet within a short drive of 'every day hustle and bustle'.
Ground Floor A formal entrance door opens to a central reception hall which has a bespoke staircase rising to first floor and original exposed timbers to the ceiling. From the hallway access is provided through to the lounge which has windows to two aspects, the front commanding stunning long far reaching views. The focal point of the room is a brick floor to ceiling chimney breast which is home to a wood burning stove. A generously proportioned living kitchen forms the hub of the house, has windows to three aspects inviting an abundance of natural light indoors whilst commanding breath-taking panoramic views over adjoining Pennine countryside. Presented with a high quality range of bespoke kitchen furniture with granite work surfaces and a centrally positioned island which comfortably seats four. The room enjoys a full complement of appliances including a triple Aga stove finished in black, having full tiling to the floor, a useful walk-in pantry and access through to a rear reception / boot room. This boot room offers generous proportions providing versatile accommodation, has floor to ceiling cupboards and gives access to a self-contained cloaks room / W.C and a utility which has fitted furniture, a work surface incorporating a sink and plumbing for both an automatic washing and space for a dryer. A self-contained home office has windows to three aspects, once again offering versatile accommodation with an adjoining lobby giving access through to the garden room. The gardens room has skylight windows, bi-folding doors to the expanse of one wall and exposed brick feature walls offering an ideal summer house / entertaining space. There are two basement cellars one housing the filtration system.
First Floor A spacious landing provides access to the roof space which provides potential for further accommodation (subject to the necessary planning consents) and has a window to the front aspect commanding stunning south facing views. The master suite enjoys windows to three elevations, all commanding an impressive outlook and a walk-in wardrobe. There is a further double bedroom to the front elevation, the windows commanding long distance rural views, whilst the remaining two double rooms are positioned to the rear aspect of the house, both have windows commanding a pleasant outlook and both enjoy high quality En-suite facilities and fitted wardrobes. The generously proportioned family bathroom is presented with a modern yet traditionally styled suite incorporating a free standing roll top double ended cast iron bath, a high flush W.C and 'his and hers' wash hand basins set to an oak vanity unit.
Externally The property enjoys a private tucked away position enclosed within approximately ten acre grounds, approached by a lane which proceeds through open countryside. To the immediate front aspect of the house a courtyard provides off-road parking for several vehicles and gives access to the double garage and stable block. The garage also has a room above. To the front / south elevation of the house is a principally lawned garden with a stone flagged patio all of which is set within a stone walled boundary. To the rear elevation is an enclosed lawned garden and sunken patio with pebbled surround and a tree lined boundary enjoying good levels of privacy. Beyond the garden and wrapping the rear of the stable block and additional garage is a parcel of land set within a fenced boundary in total measuring approximately ten acres.
Additional Information A Freehold property with mains electric, oil fired central heating, drainage via a septic tank and water via a bore hole and well.
Directions Proceed out of Sheffield on the A61 Halifax Road and after Sainsbury's at the traffic lights turn left onto Fox Hill Road. Continue across the cross roads onto Main Street and proceed through Grenoside. Main Street becomes Woodhead Road.The property is located on the left hand side. continue through Greno Woods and take the 3rd track on the left (name plaque on the stone wall) and follow the lane down to the farm house.