This converted mews cottage, with views over Graves Park, is part of a historic Grade II listed building in the grounds of Norton Hall.
The three-bedroom property, 4 Norton Hall Stables, Norton Church Road, Sheffield S8, is offered for sale at £384,950.
Within easy reach of both Sheffield city centre and the Peak District, it retains many original features including oak beams and exposed stone walls, but is fitted with gas central heating and double glazing.
A stable door opens into a lobby area off which is a large kitchen-dining room. The two areas are separated by a feature stone pillar.
The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of wooden units with granite worktops. Integrated equipment includes a dishwasher and electric oven with four-ring induction hob. There is space for a fridge-freezer.
An adjoining utility room has more units and plumbing for a washer and dryer.
A well-proportioned living room features exposed beams and a stone fireplace with gas fire. Double doors lead to a garden room, built of stone reclaimed from Norton Hall. It overlooks the garden and Graves Park beyond.
Stairs rise to a first-floor landing with exposed beams and stone walls.
The master bedroom has a range of wardrobes and an en-suite shower room.
The family bathroom is fitted with a panelled bath, large shower unit, pedestal basin and low-flush wc.
There are two further double bedrooms, one with walk-in wardrobe.
Outside, an arched entrance gives access to a communal cobbled courtyard with wishing well. There is secure gated parking for up to four vehicles.
The back garden has superb views and features flagged patios, extensive lawn with shrubs, herbaceous borders and a mature sycamore tree. There is a large shed.
Details: Saxton Mee, Banner Cross, Sheffield (0114) 268 3241.
Sought after location
Converted mews cottage
Three double bedrooms