Sheffield Houses: Grand £1,500,000 home in gated plot described as the "best" on exclusive development

Sandringham Place is found in Lodge Moor, which is just on the border between Sheffield and the Peak District.

A huge £1,500,000 mansion in Sheffield has been listed for sale - and is found on a street named after one of the King's residences.

Sandringham Place, in Lodge Moor, is part of a series of residential roads named after royal residences. The area includes Holyrood Avenue, Kensington Drive and Balmoral Crescent.

The six bedroom property for sale is found on a gated plot, which the listing on Whitehornes Estate Agents' website says is the "best plot on this exclusive development". It comes with five bathrooms and "far reaching views" over the Peak District, which is just next door.

It is the first time the house has been offered to the open market since its construction - leading to the agents dubbing it a "once in a lifetime opportunity" to purchase.

The property has a number of rooms and facilities, especially on the ground floor, which consists of a: entrance hall, lounge, study, utility room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, "second kitchen" and a reception room.

Upstairs, four spacious bedrooms are accompanied by four en-suites. The master bedroom, located to the rear, benefits from a balcony which overlooks the garden and surrounding countryside.

Two more bedrooms are found on the second floor, with a bathroom positioned between them.