- 2 ACRE GROUNDS APPROX
- SOUTH FACING GARDENS
- SWIMMING POOL
- STUNNING VIEWS
- SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE
- HIGHLY REGARDED SCHOOLS
- HIGHLY COMMUTABLE LOCATION
- SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION
- VERSATILE PROPERTY
- VIEWING ESSENTIAL
A substantial 6 bedroom character home occupying a delightful setting within grounds approaching 2 acres, surrounded by glorious countryside boasting south facing gardens and stunning views and the facility to create a self-contained annexe..
Monnybrook House enjoys an enviable location positioned on the edge of the Peak District National Park commanding breath-taking views in all directions and whilst enjoying an idyllic semi-rural setting is well served by an abundance of local amenities. It is centrally positioned to surrounding commercial centres and is only a short drive from the M1 Motorway network. The property retains original period features throughout, presents spacious versatile accommodation and has an outdoor heated swimming pool.
ENTRANCE HALL A front facing external door with stained glass inserts opens into this welcoming hallway. The stained glass hints at this unique property's past with the symbol of the York and Lancaster Regiment prominently positioned. The walls have partial wood panelling and there is a solid oak floor. Access to three reception rooms, kitchen, downstairs W.C, cellar head and first floor accommodation via stairs.
RECEPTION ROOM ONE A generously proportioned living space with a front facing bay window, wall lighting, a radiator, coving, ceiling rose and solid oak flooring. The main focal point is a coal effect gas fire which sits on a tiled hearth with an original feature surround. Double doors to the rear of the room open into the adjoining reception room three.
RECEPTION ROOM TWO A formal dining room with views out to the front aspect. Here there is a bay window, a radiator, a continuation of the solid oak flooring, coving and a ceiling rose. A cupboard set into the alcove sits next to a grand marble hearth.
RECEPTION ROOM THREE A versatile room with external glazed double doors set into a bay, wall lighting, coving, a central heating radiator and solid oak flooring.
DOWNSTAIRS W.C Consisting of a low level W.C and a wash hand basin finished in a floral design. Here there is a rear facing window, coving to the ceiling, central heating radiator and a solid oak floor.
KITCHEN Presented with bespoke hand-made furniture produced by Osbornes of Ilkeston. Granite countertops house the inset Belfast sink and incorporate a double draining area. Appliances include a Range style double oven, an extraction fan and dishwasher. There is space for a fridge under the counter and a microwave. A bespoke hand painted tile mural provides the room with its main focal point and compliments the hand painted splash back tiling. There are three windows, built in cupboards, stairs rising to the first floor and access to the conservatory and lobby.
CONSERVATORY A upvc conservatory sits on a stone base and is fitted with double glazed windows to three aspects. A relaxing place to be with highly desirable and ever changing views across the rolling countryside landscape. The room has two radiators, a tiled floor in keeping with that in the kitchen and has double French doors that open onto a flagged Yorkshire stone patio area and the substantial wildlife garden.
SIDE ENTRANCE HALL A further entrance point accessible via an external door to the east side of the building. To the opposite side of the room are external French doors. Here there are two double cupboards each with hand painted doors to match the shutters, tiled flooring and a radiator.
UTILITY Having a range of base units with rolled edge laminate counter tops above. Here there is plumbing for a washing machine, stainless steel sink unit, space for a dryer, and fridge freezer, three windows and a tiled floor. Double doors lead to the Games Room.
GAMES ROOM Family members young and old will enjoy this space. The room boasts a double height ceiling to parts due to the open mezzanine level above. This can be accessed via a hand crafted spiral staircase manufactured and installed by Cottage Craft Spirals of Chapel en le Frith. The room is currently being used as a snooker room and sits open plan to the bar area making it a fun entertaining space. To the side elevation is a window and an external door.
BAR AREA Step up from the games room into the oldest part of the property. A fitted wooden bar has space for drinks fridges. Here there is lighting to the walls, a solid oak floor, a radiator, television point and a window to the rear elevation. An internal door leads to a further utility space.
UTILITY / KITCHEN Made up of base units, splash back tiling, recessed spot lighting and with a front facing window. Allowing access to the fourth reception room.
RECEPTION ROOM FOUR Having a front facing external door, a window, a beautiful Yorkshire stone floor and a second spiral staircase (produced by Cottage Craft Spirals) which rises to the first floor, two radiators and wall lighting
FIRST FLOOR LANDING Stairs rise from the main entrance hallway, allowing access to master bedroom one, bedroom two and bathroom one. To the front aspect sits a window and an area currently used as reading space.
MASTER BEDROOM A well-proportioned principle bedroom which enjoys an en-suite bathroom and dressing room. Wood effect laminate flooring, a picture rail, a television point and forward facing double glazed French doors opening onto a south facing balcony.
EN-SUITE BATHROOM / DRESSING ROOM Comprising of a four piece suite that includes a high flush W.C, his and her's hand basins, a claw feet freestanding bath with mixer tap and a separate shower cubicle. Further to this there is a side facing window, part tiled walls and access to the walk - in wardrobe via part glazed double doors.
BEDROOM TWO A further front facing double bedroom. The room has a range of built in wardrobes, a central heating radiator and a shower cubicle. Upvc double glazed French doors open onto the balcony
BATHROOM ONE Accessible from the landing and bedroom three. This room consists of a low level W.C, a hand wash basin, a bidet and a Jacuzzi bath which is positioned under a window allowing views of the rolling country landscape. The room has tiling to the walls, an electric shower over the bath, a useful cupboard and a radiator.
Bedroom three and bedroom four are accessed from a staircase rising from the kitchen
BEDROOM THREE Having three windows which allow views of open countryside to the west and views to the swimming pool to the east. This bedroom has built in wardrobes, coving, a television point and a radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR A double bedroom with two windows overlooking the pool. The room has wood effect laminate flooring, a generous amount of storage with wardrobe space and a built in cupboard. A door leads to the mezzanine level.
MEZZANINE This area of the building dates back to around 1843. The room allows views down into the games room, has hard wood flooring and exposed beams. Here there are three windows, a spiral staircase from the games room and access to the second bathroom
BATHROOM TWO A three piece suite includes a low level W.C, a pedestal hand wash basin and a panelled bath. Here there is an extraction unit, tiling to the walls and an electric shower over the bath.
FIRST FLOOR LOBBY Providing access to bedroom five and having an external door to the side elevation.
BEDROOM FIVE This double bedroom is located to the very rear of the property. The room has exposed ceiling trusses, wall lighting, a radiator and a window.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING TWO A spacious area with an extensive range of built in storage cupboards. The landing has a front facing Velux window, spot lighting and a radiator. Allowing access to bedroom six and bathroom three.
BATHROOM THREE Consisting of a low level W.C, a hand basin and a French style bath with an electric shower over. The room has exposed floor boards, a Velux window, a radiator and mosaic tiling.
BEDROOM SIX Having a side facing window, built in shelving, a Velux window to the front, a radiator and telephone point.
OUTSIDE SWIMMING POOL Measuring 32' x 16' with a graded depth to a maximum of 9' and with a filtration system. A flagged patio surrounds the pool and boasts raised flower beds and external lighting. A timber constructed summerhouse sits to the bottom end of the pool. The pool can be heated via a separate oil supply.
FORMAL GARDEN Grand stone steps to the front of the property lead down to this private, south facing, lawned garden which is surrounded by mature fir trees and a Bramley apple tree. An arched gate to the side of the property leads to a delightful Yorkshire stone flagged patio area ideal for alfresco dining.
WEST FACING GARDEN A generous space due west which boasts a multitude of fruit bearing trees including plum, apple, loganberries, blackberries and hazelnuts. The owners have commented that this area attracts regular wildlife visitors.
OUTBUILDINGS Four stone built interlinked outbuildings with pitched Rosemary tiled roofs offer scope for workspace, storage and even holiday lets (subject to obtaining the relevant permissions). Adjoining these linked buildings is a stable and garage. Two further buildings located between Moss Road and the wildlife gardens are used as a garden and lawn mower store.
CELLAR This tanked cellar is flagged in Yorkshire stone, has a cast iron feature fire place, built-in cupboard, a central heating radiator and a front facing upvc double glazed window.
PARKING An electric cast iron gate off Moss Road leads to a driveway where there is ample off street parking and access to the garage. A second gate from Moss Road leads to a further area of hard standing.
Additional information A freehold property with mains water, electric, drainage and oil fired central heating.
Property History The main building was erected in approximately 1872 and linked together with the original barn some 33 years later to form what is now a highly desirable home in one of Sheffield's most sought after locations. In the early years the property was used as a working farm with grazing land and more recently in approx. 1901 was leased by the army and used as the officer's mess for the York and Lancaster Regiment.
Directions From the A621 Abbeydale Road continue onto Baslow Road and turn right onto Lane Head Road. Turn left onto Moss Road. The property is found on the left hand side.
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