The villa on Chelsea Road, Brincliffe, has eight bedrooms, two bathrooms and three reception rooms. It is being marketed by Eadon, Lockwood and Riddle, which says there is a feeling of grandeur throughout the property.
The brochure says: “This magnificent, double fronted villa features attractive bay windows flanking the entrance and generous proportions in the reception hall providing a most welcoming first impression.
"The feeling of grandeur continues throughout the house with impressive room sizes on both the ground and first floors and there are a number of original features which will impress even the most discerning of buyers.
"The property is situated in the desirable and fashionable leafy suburb of Brincliffe on what is unquestionably one of the most exclusive roads in the neighbourhood.
"With accommodation over three floors supported by extensive basement rooms that offer potential to be developed into additional living quarters, subject to regulations, there is plenty of space even for the largest of families to enjoy.
"The property also has pretty and mature gardens to 3 sides which complement the interior and a viewing is essential.”
During the Victorian era, a rise in population meant a property boom with a large number of homes built to cater to the growing population. Many homes still stand today and are as beautiful and grand as they were back then.
This is the case with Loscar House, which has eight bedrooms, including five doubles on the first floor. There is a large drawing room with bay window, decorative ceiling work and white marble fireplace.
Loscar House has an elegant dining room with a dual aspect and an original fireplace. The brochure describes the living room as magnificent, with superb proportions and bays to the front and side.
It has a breakfast kitchen opening to the rear lobby, a superb reception hall, ground floor shower room and separate cloakroom/WC.
The property also has extensive basement rooms with a utility room, wine store and integrated garage with electric door.
There is a galleried first floor landing with access to the family bathroom. The drive leading to the garage and off road parking, the neighbour has vehice access.
The brochure decribes the gardens as attractive and they are on the front of the house and to both sides.
It is close to Chelsea Park, listed as one of the city's Historic Parks and was originally laid out as the private gardens to Brincliffe Towers in 1852. It was given to the people of Sheffield in 1925 by a former Lord Mayor and Alderman Dr Robert Styring. The original small playground from 1966 was replaced, alongside a canopy and basketball area, in 2005.
For more details contact Eadon, Lockwood and Riddle’s Banner Cross branch on 0114 268 3388 or visit https://www.elr.co.uk/properties/14193694/sales
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