KITCHEN/DINER 22' 2" x 12' 5" (6.76m x 3.78m)
LIVING ROOM 15' 4" x 12' 4" (4.67m x 3.76m)
BEDROOM ONE 12' 7" x 11' 11" (3.84m x 3.63m)
BEDROOM TWO 10' 3" x 9' 10" (3.12m x 3m)
BEDROOM THREE 18' 6" x 12' 7" (5.64m x 3.84m)
Incredible three-bed mid-terrace home with stunning character features including exposed floorboards, multi-fuel stove and period fireplaces. The new owners will also enjoy a beautiful cottage style rear garden with no rights of way from neighbours.
Like most Sheffield terraces the current owners mainly use the rear French doors as the main entrance. This leads into the spacious open plan dining-kitchen that has exposed floorboards and an incredible exposed brick chimney breast with multi-fuel stove set within. This is a great room for entertaining family and friends as it can easily take a large dining table and chairs without feeling cramped.
The kitchen itself is a timeless Shaker style with plenty of units above and below the worktop. In terms of appliances, there is an electric oven/grill with electric hob above and space/plumbing for a slim-line dishwasher, washing machine and tall fridge/freezer.
Across the bottom of the stairs is the living room that has a decorative fireplace within the chimney breast, bay window and door at the front.
On the first floor are two bedrooms and the bathroom. Bedroom one is at the front of the property that is a large double with exposed floorboards and exposed brick chimney breast with decorative fireplace within, there is also a large storage cupboard under the stairs to the attic. Bedroom two is a very large single bedroom at the back of the property that is currently used as a home office.
The bathroom has been modernised in keeping with the age of the property, there is a walk-in shower cubicle, WC with concealed cistern ¾ bath with built-in shelving to the side and washbasin with storage underneath.
In the attic is bedroom three, this is a very large double bedroom with Velux windows at the front and rear. It has plenty of charm with exposed timber beams and a glass balustrade.
Externally at the front of the property is a small forecourt. The rear has been recently remodelled, there are a few steps up to a gravelled area that weaves between beautiful flowerbeds. At the far end is a decked area, perfect for outdoor dining and parties. There is also the former outhouse that is used for storage and the garden has no rights of way from neighbouring properties.
The cellar runs underneath the front of the property and is the location of the utility meters and electrical consumer unit.
The property tenure is leasehold. The lease started on 25th March 1905 and is for 800 years, the ground rent is £4.50 per annum.
Mona Road sits between Crookes and Crookesmoor, the owners will benefit from being a short walk to shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs at both locations. Perfect for anyone working in the city centre, central hospitals or either universities, as all are within walking distance.