Hidden behind a plethora of mature trees is this simply stunning early Victorian family residence that oozes charm and character, Constructed in 1840's with a heavy Georgian influence No 208 offers well proportioned accommodation arranged over three floors with the additional benefit of a detached Coach House to the rear which offers great versatility and potential. Located within a stones throw of The City Centre and the wide range of amenities on Ecclesall Road the accommodation comprises of; entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, study with staircase to playroom, garden room, utility room and cloakroom. To the first floor, three double bedrooms, bedroom four and bathroom. To the second floor bedroom five. This strikingly attractive extended Freehold property has gas fired central heating, useful cellar area and wonderful gardens to front and rear.
The Accommodation Comprises
Impressive original panelled front entrance door with etched glazed top section and glazed section set over with original panelled shutters to the inside opens through in to the
Elegant Entrance Hall
Having deep skirting boards, coving, rose, radiator and original staircase rising to the first floor. The hallway opens into a rear lobby to the rear. Panelled door to the
Charming Sitting Room
A beautiful room of effortless charm having deep set window to the front elevation with original panelled shutters and further light from a side double glazed window. Exposed floor boards, deep skirting boards, picture rail, coving, ceiling rose and radiator. A focal feature to the room is the multi fuel cast iron stove on a slate hearth with beautiful original grey marble surround fireplace set to the chimney breast with original servants bell to the right hand side.
From the entrance hall original panelled door opens through in to the
Lovely Dining Room
A well proportioned and presented dining room which has a deep set front facing window enjoying fine views of the extensive front garden with original shutters. Exposed floor boards, deep skirting boards, coving and radiator. Original, dining room dresser set to either side of the chimney breast and a cast iron stove with inset living flame gas fire on a slate hearth with feature surround. Twin inner doors open through in to the
Fitted with a range of wall and base units, work surfaces with inset dual stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap set beneath a side facing double glazed window. Ample space for central table, original built in storage unit to the left hand side of the chimney breast and the chimney breast having space and point for Range style cooker with extractor and lights set over. Wall mounted servants bell box, original floor to ceiling storage unit, vertical radiator, door to the rear lobby and panelled door to the
Study / Play Room
Having a side double glazed window, radiator, partially glazed door to the garden room and staircase that rises up to the
Bedroom / Study
A versatile room having a window and electric heater.
From the study glazed inner door opens through in to the
A versatile reception room which has double glazed windows and matching doors to the outside. Two radiators
From the breakfast kitchen door to the
Which has quarry tiled floor, Georgian style double glazed door to the rear with matching floor to ceiling sections either side, door to cellar head and strip panelled door to the
Having Belfast style sink on a chrome stand, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, quarry tiled floor and a rear facing double glazed window and door to the
Cloakroom/ Shower Room
Having low flush WC and wash hand basin. Radiator, side facing double glazed obscured window and a wall mounted Glow Worm boiler.
From the rear lobby door to the
With steps leading down to a cellar area, comprising of lobby, wine store and large cellar room with central keeping slab.
From the entrance hall original staircase with handrail and open spindle rises to the
First Floor Landing
Where the accommodation splits to the left and right, feature arched sash window and to the left hand side of the staircase
Double Bedroom One
A good sized double bedroom which has a front facing double glazed picture window with lovely views over the established garden, radiator, coving, exposed floor boards and wardrobes to one wall.
Bedroom Two / Dressing Room
Having a front facing double glazed window, radiator, picture rail and coving to the ceiling.
Off the landing is an inner lobby with airing cupboard and door to the
With suite comprising of low flush WC, wash hand basin on a stand and bath having a chrome shower set over. Radiator, twin rear facing glazed obscured windows, heated chrome rail and deep recess storage cupboard with light.
To the right hand side of the staircase doors to bedrooms three and four and staircase rising to the second floor.
A good sized double bedroom having a front facing double glazed window with lovely garden aspect, exposed floorboards, picture rail, coving and a double panelled central heating radiator.
A third double bedroom having a side window, radiator, wardrobe, recess cupboard and wash hand basin.
Staircase rises to the
A fourth double bedroom having twin side facing Velux windows, eaves access, radiator, exposed beams and a rear double glazed window
The property has a long driveway and turning area. An extensive lawn to the front with mature trees and shrubbery provide a private and established feel. Large Rhododendron bush and beautiful climbing Wisteria to the front elevation.
Wrought iron gate gives access to the rear yard and cobbled courtyard that adjoins the Coach House. A lovely raised lawn sit beyonds and leads up to a raised border and soft fruit area.
There is a brick built Coach House to the rear of the property having garage and to the rear steps up to accommodation that comprises of living room, bedroom and shower room. The Coach House offers versatility and could be converted to a home office or Airbnb style let.
The property is Freehold
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