Deerlands Avenue, Sheffield
- Semi Detached Property
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Rear Garden
- Off Road Parking
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Sat Nav To S5 8AD
Property SummaryAn individual, extended property including a master bedroom with large en suite bathroom, an extensive conservatory, gardens and off-road parking.
Within easy reach of local transport links into Sheffield and the citys Meadowhall shopping centre, the property is also close to local amenities, including a superstore, filling station, a couple of schools and a library while the proximity of the M1 makes travel further afield by car relatively simple.
A wide, residential street just over three miles to the north of the city centre, Deerlands Avenue is mostly comprised of semi-detached homes within easy reach of the amenities in Parson Cross.
Buses run from stops just a few metres from the front door to Sheffield and Ecclesfield - as well as to the Meadowhall shopping centre, Hemsworth and Firth Park - but a convenience store, an Esso filling station with its own shop, and an Asda superstore are all nearby. A parade of shops and businesses on nearby Buchanan Road also includes an Indian and a pizza takeaway, a sandwich shop, a pet shop, a hairdressers and a café.
Schools in the area include Chaucer School and Fox Hill Primary the latter rated as a good school by Ofsted in 2015.
The cream-painted house with pebble-dash cladding is set a little back from the road and fronted by a garden laid mostly to gravel, separated from the pavement by a timber, slatted fence with concrete posts. There is off-road parking for a single vehicle in front of a timber gate which opens onto a passage leading to the rear of the house.
Here, a garden enclosed by evergreen hedges includes a grassed area divided by a gravel path leading to a raised, decked sun terrace ideal for al fresco dining in the warmer summer months. Another larger raised decked area to one side of the garden also provides access to two separate storage sheds, one with double glass-panelled doors and large enough to be used as a summer house or hobby room. The garden also incorporates a patio, accessed via double doors from the conservatory; there is also a raised gravelled area, which could also be used for additional outdoor seating.
The front door opens onto a reception hall fitted with a mahogany-effect floor with a door immediately to the left opening onto the fully-tiled, downstairs loo equipped with WC, a pedestal sink with separate hot and cold taps, and a quadrant shower cubicle with wrap-around sliding doors. Stairs to the first floor are to the right with adjacent doors leading to the kitchen and the living room.
Fitted with a varnished wooden floor, the kitchen includes wooden base and wall units above and below rolled laminate worktops in grey. Splashback tiles can be found above all cooking and preparation areas with light offered by windows overlooking the side of the house and the conservatory, supplemented by recessed, ceiling-mounted LED spotlights. The design also incorporates an electric oven and gas hob; a sink with chrome mixer tap; space and plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble drier; and a bar-style breakfast area with a wall-mounted radiator beneath.
An internal door from the kitchen opens onto the homes large conservatory currently used as a fitness studio by the vendors. The bright and airy space is fitted with a wooden floor; a wall-mounted radiator; power points and fixtures for a wall-mounted TV; sliding glass doors leading to the living room and double doors opening onto the patio.
The lounge includes wood flooring to match the reception hall, a cast-iron gas fire set in the chimney breast and framed by a mantle and black, marble hearth. The distinctive décor adds a splash of colour to the home while the room also includes a TV point and a wall-mounted radiator beneath a window overlooking the front garden.
The stairs to the first floor rise to a landing where doors open onto two double and one single bedroom, all three fitted with wood floors and wall-mounted radiators.
The master bedroom includes an impressive, tiled, en suite with wood-effect floor and including a large storage cupboard; a white panel bath; a WC with dual flush; a pedestal sink with mixer tap; and a separate cubicle containing a power shower.
The second double bedroom incorporates an integral wardrobe with sliding doors while stairs to the converted attic rise from the single bedroom. Here, the extra space includes a study both fitted with Velux windows.
The property is equipped with double glazing and a programmable, gas-fired central heating system, with some low-energy lighting.
Kitchen: 14 7 (4.45m) x 12 6 (3.80m)
Lounge: 19 0 (5.80m) x 12 8 (3.87m)
Conservatory: 18 8 (5.70m) x 9 11 (3.02m)
WC/Shower: 6 2 (1.88m) x 5 3 (1.60m)
Master bedroom: 14 7 (4.45m) x 10 2 (3.11m)
En suite: 11 3 (3.43m) x 9 7 (2.92m)
Bedroom 2: 12 10 (3.90m) x 9 5 (2.88m)
Bedroom 3: 9 5 (2.87m) x 9 4 (2.84m)
Attic Space: 10 5 (3.17m) x 9 11 (3.02m)
Office/sitting room: 12 10 (3.90m) x 10 5 (3.17m)
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