The semi-detached property, at the old King Edward VII Orthopaedic Hospital off Rivelin Valley Road, features ‘attractive architecture’ that is ‘complemented by a first class finish throughout’ says the estate agent ELR, which is handling the sale.
"It's hard to pigeonhole this property but what we can tell you is that it is absolutely gorgeous,” the firm says.
"This versatile property has retained much of its original charm and character including typically high ceilings from the Victorian era and features dressed stone Palladian columns on the rear elevation that allow for a covered seating area in the garden.
"When you combine the private garden with the immaculate and expansive communal grounds that include a residents' tennis court and gym, it is easy to see why this site has proved such a big hit over the years and appeals to a broad range of buyer.”
The hospital opened in 1916 and closed in 1992 before being converted into a residential development.