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The Barn Miller Lane, Midhopestones, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S36 4GR

Offers in the region of: £595,000
A beautiful Grade II listed barn conversion exemplifying character and charm and retaining a wealth of period features. Having the benefit of a spacious lounge/dining room with a vaulted ceiling, breakfast kitchen with well-appointed appliances, three double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
  • * A Grade II Listed Character Residence *
  • * Three Double Bedrooms *
  • * En-suite Shower Room *
  • * Spacious Vaulted Lounge/Dining Room *
  • * Contemporary Country Style Breakfast Kitchen *
  • * Family Bathroom *
  • * Underfloor Heating *
  • * Off Road Parking *
  • * Matured Gardens with Beautiful Views *
  • * Situated in a Picturesque Semi-rural Location *
This generously proportioned property is situated in a most picturesque location within the village of Midhopestones. The Barn is well situated to take advantage of the wide range of amenities in which Stocksbridge, Penistone and Bolsterstone have to offer including shops, cafes, restaurants, cinema, public houses and the Fox Valley Shopping Centre. Also having good access to Leeds and Manchester via the M1 and M62 motorway networks and also being within a short drive to Sheffield’s city centre.
The property briefly comprises on the ground floor: Lounge/dining room, inner hallway, breakfast kitchen, master bedroom, family bathroom, utility room and WC.
On the first floor: Landing, bedroom 2, bedroom 2 en-suite and bedroom 3.
Lounge Area
Ground Floor
An oak entrance door with a double glazed panel and matching side panel opens to the:
Lounge/Dining Room
Lounge/Dining Room
Dining Area
Dining Area
4.1m x 4.0m (13'5" x 13'1")
Having rear facing oak double glazed panels, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, pendant light point and stone flagged flooring with underfloor heating.
Lounge Area
Lounge Area
4.1m x 4.0m (13'5" x 13'1")
A superb living area with a front facing timber double glazed window, side facing double glazed panels, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, wall mounted light points, TV/aerial points and stone flagged flooring with underfloor heating. The focal point of this exquisite room is the rustic fireplace with a log burner, timber mantel and a stone surround/hearth.

An oak door with a glazed panel opens to a:
Inner Hallway
Inner Hallway
Having a recessed lighting and tiled flooring. Doors open to the master bedroom, family bathroom and an opening gives access to the breakfast kitchen.
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
6.3m x 4.2m (20'8" x 13'9")
A spacious double bedroom with side facing timber double glazed windows and a rear facing timber double glazed panel. Having exposed timber beams, pendant light points, central heating radiator, TV/aerial point and timber flooring.
Family Bathroom
Family Bathroom
Being fully tiled with underfloor heating and having a front facing timber double glazed obscured window, recessed lighting, extractor fan and a chrome heated towel rail. There’s a suite in white, which comprises of a wall mounted light point, wash hand basin with a chrome mixer tap and a free-standing bath with a chrome mixer tap and an additional hand shower facility. To one corner, there’s a separate walk-in shower enclosure with a fitted rain head shower, an additional hand shower facility and a glazed screen.

From the inner hallway, an opening gives access to the:
Breakfast Kitchen
Breakfast Kitchen
8.7m x 4.0m (28'6" x 13'1")
Having front and side facing timber double glazed windows, pendant light point, recessed lighting, exposed timber beams, central heating radiator, telephone point, TV/aerial point and tiled flooring. There’s a range of fitted base/wall and drawer units with matching granite work surfaces, under counter lighting, tiled splash backs and a Belfast style sink with a chrome mixer tap. Appliances include a wine cooler and a Bosch integrated dishwasher and a Rangemaster range cooker with a four-ring gas hob, wok burner, two ovens, a plate warming drawer and an extractor hood. Also having a central island with a matching timber work surface, which provides further storage and ample breakfast seating.

An oak door with a glazed panel opens to the:
Utility Room
Utility Room
Having a side facing timber double glazed window, pendant light point, central heating radiator and tiled flooring. There’s a range of fitted base/wall units with a matching granite work surface, tiled splash backs and an inset 1.0 bowl sink with a chrome mixer tap. Also housing the Grant oil fired boiler and having a storage cupboard with shelving and space/plumbing for an automatic washing machine. An oak stable-style door with a double glazed panel opens to one side of the property.
WC
Having a pendant light point, extractor fan, partially tiled walls and tiled flooring. There’s a suite in white, which comprises of a low-level WC and wash hand basin with traditional taps.
From the breakfast kitchen, a wrought iron spiral staircase rises to the:
First Floor
Landing
Landing
Having an aluminium Velux roof window, pendant light point and timber flooring. Doors open to bedroom 2 and bedroom 3.
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
3.9m x 3.3m (12'9" x 10'9")
A good sized double bedroom with a side facing timber double glazed window, pendant light point and a central heating radiator. To one wall, there’s a range of fitted furniture incorporating hanging and shelving.
Bedroom 2 En-Suite
Bedroom 2 En-Suite
Having recessed lighting, extractor fan, partially tiled walls and a central heating radiator. There’s a 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 separate shower enclosure with a fitted shower and a glazed screen/door.
Bedroom 3
4.0m x 3.5m (13'1" x 11'5")
Having two aluminium Velux roof windows, pendant light point, central heating radiator, TV/aerial point and timber flooring.
Exterior and Gardens
Exterior and Gardens
From Mortimer Road, a driveway leads down to The Barn where there is space and parking for several vehicles.

To the front, stone steps lead down to a stone flagged seating terrace with mature shrubs, exterior lighting and access can be gained to the side of the property and to the main entrance door.
To the side of the property, there’s another stone flagged seating terrace providing access to the utility room and having exterior lighting and borders with mature shrubs. From the seating terrace, stone steps rise to a garden being mainly laid to lawn with mature trees/shrubs and being enclosed by mature hedging, stone walling and timber fencing. Also, stone steps lead down to a gravelled area and a stone flagged path gives access to the driveway and to a seating area to the rear of the property.
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