The four bedroom mews is in King Edwards, a gated development in the Rivelin Valley, which was King Edward VII orthopaedic hospital.
The hospital was built in 1912 and owed its existence to the fondness Sheffield people had for King Edward VII who died in 1910. On his death, a fund was set up and the population of the city also contributed money towards his memory with organisers saying the money should be used to build a hospital school for children.
It closed in 1992 and was converted into a mix of apartments and mews type properties, surrounded by landscaped grounds including a gym and tennis court for the residents exclusive use.
The mews features an elegant reception room, two bathrooms, garage and parking space, with patio and communal gardens. It is on the market with Purplebricks and for details visit https://www.purplebricks.co.uk/property-for-sale/4-bedroom-mews-house-sheffield-1170096
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