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17 Causeway Head Road Causeway Head Road, Dore, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S17 3DR

Offers in the region of: £650,000
A substantial five bedroomed family residence offering generously proportioned accommodation over three floors and being situated in the heart of the most sought-after and desirable village of Dore.
  • * A Substantial Five Bedroomed Family Residence *
  • * Spacious Dining Kitchen *
  • * Three Reception Rooms *
  • * Character Features Throughout *
  • * Four Double Bedrooms *
  • * Two Bathrooms *
  • * Off Road Parking *
  • * Character Features *
  • * Generously Sized Private Garden *
  • * Situated in a Most Sought-after Location *
Having the benefit of three spacious reception rooms, superb dining kitchen, four double bedrooms, family bathroom and a shower room. Having character features throughout and a generously sized private garden.
The property has good access to the local amenities of Dore including shops, restaurants and public houses. Also having good access to public transport and being within a short drive to Sheffield’s city centre and the Peak District National Park.
The property briefly comprises on the ground floor: Entrance hallway, lounge, dining kitchen, porch, WC and conservatory.

On the first floor: Landing, master bedroom, bedroom 2, bedroom 3 and the family bathroom.

On the second floor: Landing, bedroom 4, bedroom 5, shower room and a storage cupboard.

On the basement level: Cellar, utility room and a WC.
Kitchen Area
Ground Floor
A timber entrance door with a decorative stained glass obscured panel opens to the:
Lounge
Lounge
4.6m x 4.3m (15'1" x 14'1")
Having a front facing timber double glazed bay window with sash windows, coved ceiling, recessed lighting, pendant light point, central heating radiator, fitted storage cupboards, TV/aerial point, deep skirtings and timber flooring. The focal point of this spacious room is the open fire with a timber mantel, cast iron/tiled surround and a tiled hearth.
Dining Kitchen
6.3m x 5.3m (20'8" x 17'4")
Kitchen Area
Kitchen Area
Having a rear facing double glazed sash window, recessed lighting, pendant light point, central heating radiator, deep skirtings and Amtico flooring. There’s a range of fitted base/wall and drawer units with matching marble work surfaces, timber splash backs and an inset 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink with a chrome mixer tap. Having a central island with a matching marble work surface and a Rangemaster range cooker with a five-ring gas hob, two ovens and a grill. There’s a range of integrated appliances consisting of a microwave oven, dishwasher and an integrated fridge.
Dining Area
Dining Area
Having recessed lighting, deep skirtings and Amtico flooring. There’s a range of fitted furniture to either side of the chimney breast incorporating cupboards and glazed display cupboards with illuminated shelving. The focal point of the room is the open fire with a timber mantel, cast iron/tiled surround and tiled hearth.

Timber stairs lead down to the:
Basement Level
A timber door opens to the:
Cellar
4.8m x 3.4m (15'8" x 11'1")
Having an exposed timber beam, wall mounted light point, central heating radiators and stone flagged flooring.

A timber door opens to the:
Utility Room
Having exposed timber beams, wall mounted light point, central heating radiator and timber flooring. There’s a tiled work surface with an inset 1.0 bowl sink with a chrome mixer tap and having space/plumbing for an automatic washing machine and a tumble dryer.

A timber door opens to the:
WC
Having a light point, extractor fan, timber flooring, low-level WC and a wash hand basin with traditional taps.
Ground Floor Continued
From the dining kitchen, a timber door with a glazed panel opens to a:
Porch
Having front and side facing timber glazed panels, wall mounted light point and stone flagged flooring. A timber personal entrance door with a double glazed obscured panel opens to the side of the property.

A timber door with obscured glazed panels opens to the:
WC
Having a side facing timber glazed obscured/stained glass panel, flush light point, central heating radiator and tiled flooring. There’s a suite in white, which comprises of a low-level WC and a wash hand basin with a chrome mixer tap.

Double timber doors with glazed panels and matching side panels open to the:
Conservatory
Conservatory
4.4m x 2.6m (14'5" x 8'6")
Having rear and side facing timber double glazed windows, pendant light point, central heating radiator, log burning stove and stone flagged flooring. Double timber doors with double glazed panels open to the rear gardens.

From the entrance hallway, a staircase with a timber hand rail and balustrading rises to the:
First Floor
Landing
Landing
Having a timber double glazed sash window, pendant light point, central heating radiator and deep skirtings. Doors open to the master bedroom, bedroom 2, bedroom 3 and the family bathroom.
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
4.6m x 3.5m (15'1" x 11'5")
A spacious double bedroom with a front facing timber double glazed bay window with sash windows, pendant light point, central heating radiator and a cast iron open fireplace. There’s a range of fitted furniture incorporating short hanging, shelving and drawers.
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
4.1m x 3.5m (13'5" x 11'5")
Another good sized double bedroom, having a rear facing timber double glazed sash window, pendant light point, central heating radiator and a cast iron open fireplace. There’s a range of fitted furniture incorporating short hanging, shelving and drawers.
Bedroom 3
2.8m x 2.1m (9'2" x 6'10")
Currently being used as a dressing room but could be used as a third bedroom. Having a front facing sash window, pendant light point, central heating radiator and timber flooring. To one wall, there’s a range of fitted furniture incorporating short hanging and drawers.
Family Bathroom
Family Bathroom
An impressive family bathroom with a rear facing timber double glazed obscured sash window, coved ceiling, recessed lighting, pendant light point, partially tiled walls, antique central heating radiator, timber flooring and to one corner, there’s a storage cupboard. Having a suite in white, which comprises of a Fired Earth low-level WC, Fired Earth wash hand basin with traditional taps and a freestanding bath with a chrome mixer tap.

From the first floor landing, a staircase rises to the:
Second Floor
Landing
Having recessed lighting and access can be gained to a boarded loft space with light and power. Doors open to bedroom 4, bedroom 5, shower room and a storage cupboard.
Storage Cupboard
Having a wall mounted light point, storage to the eaves and housing the Worcester boiler.
Bedroom 4
Bedroom 4
4.0m x 2.5m (13'1" x 8'2")
A double bedroom with a Velux roof window, flush light point, central heating radiator and a TV/aerial point.
Bedroom 5
Bedroom 5
3.7m x 2.8m (12'1" x 9'2")
Having a Velux roof window, flush light point, central heating radiator and storage to the eaves. To one corner, there’s a fitted wardrobe incorporating short hanging.
Shower Room
Shower Room
Being fully tiled and having a Velux roof window, recessed lighting and a central heating radiator with a towel rail. There’s a Porcelanosa suite in white, which comprises of a low-level WC and a wash hand basin with a chrome mixer tap. To one corner, there’s a walk-in shower enclosure with a fitted Grohe shower and a glazed screen.
Exterior and Gardens
Exterior and Gardens
To the front, 17 Causeway Head Road has a stone flagged driveway providing parking for one vehicle and a timber gate opens to the side of the property.

To the side of the property, there’s a stone flagged path, which leads to a full height timber gate opening to the rear garden.
Exterior and Gardens
To the rear, there’s a stone flagged seating terrace with wrought iron railings and an access gate to the garden. Access can be gained to the conservatory. A stone flag leads over a fish pond to provide access to the garden being mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and being enclosed by stone/brick walling. To one corner of the garden, there’s a timber built pergola, which is currently used as a shelter for a hot tub but could also be used as an additional seating terrace. To the other corner of the garden, there’s a brick built garden store with a timber glazed window, which provides useful garden storage.
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Note
All measurements are approximate. None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and therefore no warranty can be given as to their working ability. All photography is for illustration purposes only.
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