Take a look inside this Sheffield home with ‘panoramic views’ worth £660,000

Have you ever wanted to live in a magazine ready house that has panoramic views – well this house, worth £660,000 could be the one for you.

Thursday, 16th July 2020, 2:55 pm
Claywood Lodge is located on a sought-after tree lined road, Queen Victoria Road in Totley and has five bedrooms, open plan living area and mature gardens.

Claywood Lodge is located on a sought-after tree lined road, Queen Victoria Road in Totley and has five bedrooms, open plan living area and mature gardens.

A spokesman from Haus, who is marketing the property with a guide price of £630,000 to £660,000, said: “A fabulous, architect designed contemporary property with breathtaking, panoramic views towards the Derbyshire Moors. Skillfully designed, offering spacious accommodation on two floors with an impressive 2,211 sq.ft. Light and airy space with five bedrooms, family bathroom, en-suite and a further shower room, three reception rooms, a glass home office, and open plan living kitchen leading into a conservatory with a wraparound sunny balcony with stunning views. This unique and stylish home features an ulti intelligent lighting system, wired and wireless networking for high speed internet connections, a combination of some gas central heating run off a condensing boiler, warm air heating to other parts of the property, double glazing, a video entry system and security alarm.”

Haus can be contacted on 0114 446 8880.

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Outside, there are two single garages, one with an electric door.
"A fabulous, architect designed contemporary property with breathtaking, panoramic views towards the Derbyshire Moors."
An atrium style reception hall makes an "immediate positive impression", having arched windows, Italian tiling, stairs with a polished steel and a glass balustrade, and a contemporary water feature.
The stairs rise to a half landing with a cloakroom with a WC and wash basin. A small flight of stairs then leads to the upper floor.
Large glass windows and balconies take advantage of a westerly facing front aspect, with views above the tree line towards Blacka Moor.
The decked balcony makes the most of the views.
The conservatory leads onto a wraparound balcony with decking, glass, and beautiful views.
Open plan living kitchen comprising of a "beautiful fitted kitchen", with polished tiled floor flowing into both the dining area and the conservatory.
Included within the sale is an integrated double oven, a five ring gas hob, extractor, a new dishwasher, a glass fronted wine fridge and an American style fridge freezer, which is plumbed in.
The dining area looks onto the back garden.
The lounge has a high, sloping ceiling with a floor-to-ceiling picture window. The decor is modern with neutral tones, complemented by a polished oak floor and finished with an inset fire with provision for a TV above and a range of white, gloss fronted units below.
Well-presented with a small flight of stairs leading to a mezzanine home office, with glazed windows to four sides.
The home office is a "lovely place to work, with a peaceful garden setting".
A small decked terrace sits within the trees, strategically positioned to take advantage of the far reaching views.
There is a terrace with a water feature.
In the garden is also a summer house with a patio, a garden shed, with adjoining woodland, with winding paths and gated access. The rear also benefits from a parking space off Woodland Place.
The accommodation on the first floor is completed with an "excellent master bedroom", generous in size, with a sloping, high ceiling, and patio doors, which open onto another balcony with views.
There is a modern family bathroom on the first floor.
There are four bedrooms to the ground floor. This one has an en-suite.
This modern en-suite has a shower.
There is also a shower room on the ground floor.