The house is on Newfield Crescent, Dore and is being marketed by Purplebricks, which says the property is a rare opportunity to buy in Dore.
Luke Williams, Local Property Expert for Purplebricks in Sheffield said: "Dore is one of the most sought-after areas in Sheffield.
“Due to the pandemic we have seen more buyers seeking properties with plenty of indoor and outdoor space, as well as having the countryside on their doorstep. Newfield Crescent ticks all those boxes and more.
"It really is rare for a house to come to market in Dore, but with five bedrooms, beautifully renovated throughout, and an extensive garden, it has unsurprisingly attracted a lot of interest.
"Whichever lucky buyer is fortune enough to call this property home will benefit from great local schools, a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs, excellent transport links, and will be ideally positioned on the edge of the Peak District."
Purplebricks says the house occupies a large plot on a quiet road in Dore village and describes the property as a beautiful five bedroom detached family home offering extensive living space throughout.
The ground floor of the property features an entrance porch leading to the hallway, downstairs WC, spacious lounge with dual aspect windows and an open plan kitchen diner with a range of modern wall/base units, island and various integral appliances. This room also gives access to the double garage and the rear garden via patio doors.
Purplebricks says to the first floor you will find four generous double bedrooms, a further single bedroom/study and the family bathroom with contemporary tile work, three piece suite and shower overhead.
Outside, the front of the property has a walled front garden with planted beds and a sizeable driveway with space for multiple vehicles. At the back is an expansive garden, with beautiful mature trees, planted beds, a maintained lawn and paved seating area, which backs onto open fields to the rear.
Positioned on the edge of the Derbyshire countryside and Sheffied city centre, Dore is one of the most exclusive areas to live in Sheffield.
Famous residents have included football managers Gary Megson and Dave Bassett, cricketers Michael Vaughan and Joe Root, and former England footballer Emlyn Hughes.
Purplebricks says Dore is host to reputable primary and secondary schools including King Ecgbert's and Dore Primary.
It is also home to various restaurants, shops, pubs and also provides transport links to neighbouring suburbs including Ecclesall, Fulwood, Totley and the city centre. Dore Train Station is also just a short drive away which provides access to Manchester, London and surrounding areas.
For more details visit https://www.purplebricks.co.uk/property-for-sale/5-bedroom-detached-house-sheffield-1152528
To see more properties on the market in Sheffield right now join our Facebook group all about property – click https://www.facebook.com/groups/thestarproperty to become a member. And to read more great articles on homes and gardens, please visit the dedicated section of The Star’s website.
In these confusing and worrying times, local journalism is more vital than ever. Thanks to everyone who helps us ask the questions that matter by taking out a digital subscription or buying a paper. We stand together. Nancy Fielder, editor.