Firbeck Lane, Sheffield, S251YE

Starting Price* £400,000
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Property Overview

Here is a unique opportunity to acquire a fantastic property; one located in a historic rural setting in a conservation area, enjoying all the benefits of country living yet close enough to easily access all the delights of surrounding Towns and Cities. This large stone cottage, which sits proudly in an elevated plot in the picturesque rural setting of Laughton en-le Morthen demands immediate viewing. A deceptively spacious property which has bags of rustic, yet contemporary appeal with several features, such as exposed beams and large stone hearth. Ideally suited for family living, the property works equally well for professional people, and offers fantastic living accommodation to meet the needs of modern living. Being neutrally decorated throughout, the property offers the buyer opportunities to add their unique touch. Whether it's for quiet family meals or larger dinner parties, the size of this property is flexible enough to accommodate your needs. Set over two floors, this property simply has to be viewed to appreciate the sheer size and appeal of living accommodation on offer. Briefly, the property benefits from double glazing throughout, gas fired centrally powered underfloor heating, large welcoming entrance hall, sizeable living room with large stone hearth giving central focus; immense kitchen/diner/family room, and utility room. To the first floor there are 4 double bedrooms - the master with ensuite, and family bathroom. Externally the block paved driveway ascends to reveal the full extent of the property, with areas ripe for further landscaping, gravelled parking area for 5 cars and block paved path leading to the entrance doors and 'flagged' patio.

It is often said that 'location is everything' and this property certainly supports that assertion. Situated in this truly historic rural setting of Laughton en-le Morthen with its quaint Church, dating back to Saxon Times and the Primary School to the Elizabethan era it offers the tranquillity of village living and particularly suited to those for whom the great outdoors offers upliftment. The property is ideally situated for enjoying great family fun and entertainment. Living here puts the lucky buyer on the doorstep of one of the major attractions in North Anston such as the highly popular Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry Centre which attracts over 80,000 visitors a year. For a bit of culture and local history, within a few minutes' walk, is the delightful ruins of Roche Abbey, the 18th Century Cistercian Monastery, perfect for a picnic by the stream all nestled in a lush valley and the 740 acre Rother Valley Country Park caters for a wide variety of leisure activities including an 18 hole golf course, cycle routes and water sports facilities. Needing a quiet meal but don't fancy cooking? That is a doddle as there are a range of eateries and coffee shops to meet most tastes in nearby Dinnington. With further developments in nearby Kiveton, such as the £35 million 240-acre Gulliver's Valley Theme Park currently under construction, there is no doubt that any discerning buyer will appreciate the benefits of living here.

This area is a well-kept secret, ideal for anyone needing to commute to the local area and it is a superb alternative if you don't fancy City living. The A57 (Worksop Road) and M1 motorway are only a short drive away giving great access to the Sheffield and Rotherham centres. If you need to travel further afield to other parts of South Yorkshire, such as Doncaster, then the M18 and A1 are also reasonably close by. The property also benefits from excellent public transport links as it is situated on the main Rother Valley bus route and close to the two train stations at Kiveton Park.

There is no doubting this property would suit a family and obviously education is of the utmost importance and the location does not disappoint as it is situated within easy reach of well-regarded schools, such as Laughton Junior and Anston Brook Primary schools, both rated 'Good', Anston Hillcrest and Wickersley Schools both rated Outstanding' in Ofsted Reports

Entry to the property is via the block paved driveway which sweeps up to a gravelled area providing off-road parking for five cars, with areas awaiting further landscaping to provide a garden befitting this grand property. A block paved path leads to the flagged patio, shed and entrances to the property.

Starting Bid and Reserve Price

*Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price which is generally no more than 10% in excess of the starting bid, both the starting bid and reserve price can be subject to change. Terms and conditions apply to the Modern Method of Auction, which is powered by IAM Sold.

Auctioneer's Comments

This property is for sale by the Modern Method of Auction which is not to be confused with traditional auction. The Modern Method of Auction is a flexible buyer friendly method of purchase. We do not require the buyer to exchange contracts immediately; however, from the date the draft contract for sale is received by the Buyer's solicitor, the buyer has 56 DAYS in which to complete the transaction; whilst using every endeavour to exchange contracts within the first 28 days. Allowing the additional time to exchange contracts means interested parties can proceed with traditional residential finance. Upon close of a successful auction, or if the vendor accepts an offer during the auction, the buyer will be required to make payment of:

Energy Performance Certificate (EPCs)

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) give information on how to make your home more energy efficient and reduce your energy costs. All homes bought, sold or rented require an EPC. EPCs carry ratings that compare the current energy efficiency and estimated costs of energy use with potential figures that your home could achieve. Potential figures are calculated by estimating what the energy efficiency and energy costs could be if energy saving measures were put in place. The rating measures the energy efficiency of your home using a grade from ‘A’ to ‘G’. An ‘A’ rating is the most efficient, while ‘G’ is the least efficient. The average efficiency grade to date is ‘D’. All homes are measured using the same calculations, so you can compare the energy efficiency of different properties.

Property Particulars

• Entrance Hall Large painted Georgian style' wooden doors with double glazed inserts welcomes you into a most spacious and welcoming entrance hall. Immediately one is given a sense that this is a property with grandeur. The substantial wooden beams to the ceiling instantly informs that there was no expense spared in the construction of this property. This bright and airy hall has engineered oak floor, neutrally painted walls, elegant ceiling lights, wooden steps to the kitchen/diner/family room, smoke alarm, double doors leading to the lounge and further door leads into the • Cloakroom This useful guest facility is equipped with corner pedestal wash basin, low flush W.C., tiled floor and part tiled walls, the remainder being neutrally painted, ceiling light and extractor fan. • Lounge 19.39m x 17.7m (343.3 sqm) - 63' 7" x 58' (3696 sqft) From the entrance hall double doors open into this most spacious, elegant and tranquil space. A large stone hearth, ideal for contemporary feature electric fire, centres the room with double glazed windows to either side. Exposed oak beams to the ceiling, coupled with engineered oak floor gives a rustic - yet elegant - feel, two large Georgian style' wooden doors with double glazed inserts and side panels give views over the garden and bathes the room in natural light. There is a T.V. point and two ceiling lights. • Family Kitchen 23.4m x 17.7m (414.1 sqm) - 76' 9" x 58' (4458 sqft) Wooden steps from the entrance hall lead into a gargantuan room that will surely be the focal point of this home. It is a superb space to entertain family and friends. This room really shows off the exposed oak beams to the ceiling and the engineered oak floor. The room is neutrally painted and well-lit with ceiling lights and front facing double glazed windows. It is equipped with large range cooker with chimney style extractor hood above, range of base units with space for wall units, granite sink and ranch style door leading to the garden. • Utility Room 2.57m x 2.39m (6.1 sqm) - 8' 5" x 7' 10" (66 sqft) Off the kitchen is the large utility room with neutrally painted walls, loft access, engineered oak floor, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, ceiling light, rear facing obscure double glazed window. The Vaillant Eco Tech Pro gas central heating boiler, which drives the underfloor heating throughout the property is also housed here. • Landing Rising from the entrance hall the elegant engineered oak stairs with balustrades rise to the split level landing and first floor accommodation. Having neutrally painted walls, ceiling and wall mounted lights and Velux window, this bright and airy landing provides an ideal spot to catch up on your favourite book. On the upper level of the landing are double doors opening to reveal a large linen store. • Master Bedroom with Ensuite 5.34m x 4.96m (26.4 sqm) - 17' 6" x 16' 3" (285 sqft) This expansive bedroom cries out for fitted wardrobes. It easily accommodates a king sized bed (or larger) and other bedroom furniture and has engineered oak floor, neutrally painted walls, two side and one front facing double glazed window, two ceiling lights and doors leading to • Ensuite Shower Room 2.75m x 1.79m (4.9 sqm) - 9' x 5' 10" (52 sqft) A larger than average ensuite shower room equipped with large walk-in shower enclosure in glass and chrome with splash screen, thermostatic shower riser, largely tiled floor and walls, with exception to the sink area which is neutrally painted. There are base units complimented by granite counters, wash basin sitting in a base unit, low flush W.C., heated chrome towel rail. Wall mounted vanity mirror with lights, ceiling downlights, and extractor fan. • Bedroom 2 4.28m x 2.75m (11.7 sqm) - 14' x 9' (126 sqft) A great size double bedroom which has two front facing double glazed window, ceiling light, neutrally painted walls and engineered oak floor. There is space for wardrobes. • Bedroom 3 4.62m x 2.75m (12.7 sqm) - 15' 1" x 9' (136 sqft) Another good sized double bedroom, currently used for storage, it has neutrally painted walls, with wooden framed double glazed windows to the front and side aspects, ceiling light and engineered oak floor. • Bedroom 4 4.62m x 2.59m (11.9 sqm) - 15' 1" x 8' 5" (128 sqft) This room will easily accommodate a double bed, wardrobes and other bedroom furniture. It is neutrally painted with side-facing wooden framed double glazed window, engineered oak floor and ceiling light. • Family Bathroom 2.75m x 2.45m (6.7 sqm) - 9' x 8' (72 sqft) Soak away the day's cares in this luxurious bathroom, which has elegant tiles to the floor and majority of the walls - with the rest being neutrally painted. It is equipped with three-piece suite in white comprising, 'P'- shaped bath with contoured bath screen, hot and cold side-mounted taps and thermostatic shower riser over, low flush W.C. with base unit, wash basin with granite counter inset into to vanity base, ceiling downlights, front facing double glazed window, wall mounted mirror and extractor fan. • Exterior From Firbeck Lane a block paved driveway ascends to reveal a large gravelled area providing parking for 5 cars. A block paved path divides the garden that is ready for further landscaping and leads to a flagged patio area adjacent to the entrance hall and lounge. There is a timber shed, further hardstanding and a Period' brick built store.

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Fees & Charges Explained

Firbeck Lane, Sheffield, S251YE

This property is sold subject to payment of a non-refundable reservation fee of 4.2% to a minimum of £6,000.00 including VAT.

Any successful purchaser will pay this to secure the sale. The reservation fee is in addition to the purchase price. Please take this into account when bidding.

A reservation fee is payable by the buyer only when the seller pays no fees to sell. As sellers pay no fees to sell, this is usually taken into account with a lower reserve price.

This property is being sold under the Modern Method of Auction, which requires the completion of the purchase to be within 56 days, although all reasonable endeavours must be made to exchange contracts within 28 days following the Draft Contract being received by the Buyer's Solicitor.

A non-refundable Reservation fee must be paid by the buyer within 2 hours following the conclusion of the auction or acceptance of an offer. This must be paid by cleared funds to the auctioneer who will issue an acknowledgement of reservation and purchase agreement In the 28 day period following the auction or the date of acceptance of the offer.

Buyers Information Pack

If the Buyer Information Pack Pack has been produced and provided by IAM Sold any successful purchaser will be required to pay £200.00 (including VAT) towards the cost of the preparation of the pack. These can then be used by your solicitor to progress the sale.

Buyer Fees

There are no other fees or charges payable to the Auctioneer however, there are other costs to consider such as:

  • You will need a Solicitor to act for you during the conveyancing and your Solicitor will advise you in relation to the associated costs. If you do not have a Solicitor, we can recommend the services of one of our Panel Solicitors who are all selected for their expertise in Auction Transactions. Please call the number below for more information.
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