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4 bed terraced house for sale

£725,000 Guide price

Steade Road, Nether Edge S7

4 bed terraced house for sale 4 2 3
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Property features

  • Four floors of stunning accommodation totalling an impressive 2,743 sq feet
  • New roof with 10 year guarantee and new dorma windows
  • Rare opportunity to purchase A property of this style and size
  • Incredibly deceptive from the front with viewing A prerequisite to fully appreciate the size and style on offer
  • Lower ground floor currently used as an artist studio but offering huge conversion potential
  • Larger than anticipated rear garden with summer house and quirky WC
  • Incredible master loft suite with bespoke bathroom
  • Heart of ultra popular nether edge suburb placed on this tree lined road
  • Excellent local school catchments including the newly formed mercia secondary
  • Leasehold property and council tax band C

Property description

Guide price £725,000-£750,000

A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase this deceptively large, beautifully designed and expertly finished, four double bedroom, two bath roomed, bay windowed, period villa terrace, complete with new natural slate roof and Dorma windows. Constructed in natural stone this impressive Victorian villa serves up four floors of generously proportioned accommodation with high ceilings and fireplaces that total an impressive 2,743 sq feet, framed by a master loft suite that occupies the entire floor. The property has been sympathetically restored to a super high standard by the current vendors, ensuring that the original period features, character and charm associated with a home from this era have been retained whilst effortlessly combining them with a modern finish. The spacious lower ground floor is currently used as an artist studio, workshop and storage space, offering huge conversion potential to full time living accommodation, subject to the appropriate consents. The garden is quiet, private and larger than expected for a property of this period and comes with summer house accommodation and additional outbuildings, including a quirky W.C. Affording some far reaching views to the rear, light and bright rear fitted dining kitchen with feature French pot-bellied stove, this property is sure to be a hit with the growing family market and viewing is absolutely essential to do full justice to the charm, character and scale of the accommodation. Located on this quiet tree lined road within the very heart of fashionable Nether Edge, number 37 is within a short stroll of Abbeydale Road and Nether Edge village centre that enjoy an array of independent cafes, eateries and shops. Excellent schooling catchments are available. Endcliffe, Chelsea and Millhouses parks are close by and not forgetting The Peak District is up the road..


Andy Robinson

EPC Rating: D


S7 Area Guide Abbeydale, Carter Knowle, Nether Edge, Millhouses. Stretching from the outskirts of Dore and Abbeydale Road South, to skirting London Road as you head towards the city centre, the S7 postcode area covers a diverse array of properties. Abbeydale Road South leading into Abbeydale Road is one of the main arterial routes into Sheffield from the Peak District. Many of the houses on Abbeydale Road South, Millhouses and Nether Edge truly have a family feel about them. Ranging from large Victorian and Edwardian terraces to newer semi-detached houses, many of these homes are ideal for families. Nether Edge is a highly sought after area, being voted fourth in the recent Sunday Times’ best places to live in Britain. Homes in this leafy area are always popular due to its proximity to Abbeydale Road and Ecclesall Road, yet still being far enough away to feel quieter and more relaxed. There are many imposing large Edwardian and Victorian townhouses here. Further towards Abbeydale from Nether Edge, you will find typical slightly smaller terraces. S7 has a varied choice of nurseries and schools located within its boundary, some Ofsted Outstanding. Nurseries: Bright Horizons Day Nursery and Pre-school, Crescent House Day Nursery, Croft Corner Forest School Nursery, Hamilton House Day Nursery, Sheffield Scallywags Nursery and Out of School Club, Sharrow School Childcare Services Schools, Brantwood Specialist School, Sharrow junior and infants School, Nether Edge Primary School, St Wilfreds rc Primary School, and Hunters Bar Junior School. Millhouses Park on Abbeydale Road is one of the most popular parks in Sheffield. With a huge 32 acres to claim, it's no wonder that there's an abundance of activities available there. For the children there's an adventure playground which includes a zip wire and 2 skate parks. At the weekends and during half term there are also inflatable bouncy castles or slides which can be enjoyed for a fee. There's a water play park which is a real attraction when the weather turns warm. The boating lake has small boats and pedalos available to hire situated right next to the café which serves hot and cold food. There are also recently refurbished basketball courts, tennis courts and table tennis outdoor tables, a bowling green and a five-a-side pitch. Peppered around all these attractions are plenty of stretches of grass perfect for picnics and outdoor games. A full cricket pitch on the edge of the park is great if you enjoy watching the game as there are often teams participating in their full 'whites'. At the other end of the S7 area, in Sharrow closer to the city centre, you will find another notable public park; Mount Pleasant Park. This park contains Highfield Adventure Playground which offers a tunnel slide, wild zip wire and water pumps in the outdoor play area. Not only this, but there is an indoor play area with a special indoor mezzanine floor. The playground is open in the afternoons and is free to use. Mount Pleasant Park is home to Sharrow Festival which has grown in size and popularity since it began in 1998. The festival showcases local talent and embraces the cultural diversity of the area. There are sporting activities, a live graffiti area and also entertainment for the children. As you head down Abbeydale Road towards the city centre, you head towards Sheffield's Antique Quarter. With numerous antique shops and reclaimed furniture stores it really is a treasure hunters dream. Along this part of Abbeydale Road there are also numerous restaurants, coffee shops and fast food establishments. With its hustle, bustle and multicultural feel it really has an inviting, warm and trendy feel to it. Abbeydale Picture House is smack in the middle of the Antiques Quarter and is the only cinema left of its era in Sheffield. Opened in 1920, it is now a Grade II listed building. Having luckily kept a lot of its original features, it really is an impressive and beautiful building. Now up and running as a cinema again, various events are held there and the rooms and studios are available to hire. It would seem that S7 is blessed with managing to maintain its interesting history. On Abbeydale Road South you can also find Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet and the 18th Century Works. This old industrial works has been restored and transformed following a 3 year £1 million Heritage Lottery Funded project completed in 2016. It really is like stepping back in time, with various crafts and skills from the era demonstrated throughout the year. Whatever your culinary preference, you are certain to find something to satisfy you in S7. From artisan bread to Chinese, Thai, Italian, Spanish and Vietmanese there's something for everyone's tastebuds. Kia's Pastaria has been voted number 9 in the top 10 restaurants in Sheffield. Serving authentic Italian cuisine in a cosy and inviting atmosphere, it is easy to see why. Arusuvai serves South Indian and Sri Lankan dishes and Undal is a lovely Indian takeaway which also caters for parties. If pies and sausages are more your bag, then the Broadfield Ale House will most definitely not disappoint. Serving craft beers and homemade award winning pies and sausages, this child friendly pub and restaurant is always a popular choice. If you fancy being transported to a simpler and rather more indulgent time, then Jameson's Café and Tea Rooms is a perfect choice. Serving afternoon tea, sandwiches, cobbled eggs and wonderful brunch items by staff in Victorian serving attire, this quirky café is super quaint. What must also be mentioned is Jameson's cake tapas. For a cake lover, it's as amazing as it sounds! For lunch and brunch you really are spoiled for choice in S7. Whether you're running in to grab a bite to take away or whether you have the time to sit down and indulge, there are many cafes to choose from. Bragazzis is an Italian café complete with a barista, homemade cakes and sandwiches and paninis filled with the in house Italian deli's wonderful ware. The Forge Bakehouse, is an artisan bakery which also offers a restaurant where you can have their home baked goods served as brunch, lunch or an indulgent snack. If you would rather cook at home with your own produce, then S7 is also home to Brincliffe Edge allotments.


Fabulous rear private spacious garden

Parking - On Street

Easy on road parking

Property info

Floorplan(s): Floorplan 1

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Property value data/graphs for S7

Property type Avg. current value Avg. £ per sq ft. Avg. # beds Avg. £ paid (last 12m)
Detached £565,236 £242 4.3 £560,441
Semi-detached £340,329 £238 3.9 £435,360
Terraced £249,678 £175 3.4 £300,124
Flats £270,828 £234 1.8 £182,888

Current asking prices in S7

Average: £392,542
Avg. current asking prices in S7
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses - £325,000
Flats £140,000
- -
All £140,000

Current asking rents in S7

Average: £1,324 pcm
Avg. current asking prices in S7
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses £485 pcm
- £1,200 pcm
£4,000 pcm
£1,872 pcm
Flats £612 pcm
£1,067 pcm
- - -
All £562 pcm
£1,067 pcm
£1,200 pcm
£4,000 pcm
£1,872 pcm

Fun facts for S7

Highest value in S7
Highest value streets Zed-Index
Whirlowdale Road £617,748
Kenwood Park Road £611,113
Meadow Bank Avenue £605,830
Hastings Road £599,233
Grove Road £593,788
Highest turnover in S7
Highest turnover streets Turnover
Kenwood Court 35.5%
Springfield Glen 33.3%
Ladysmith Avenue 31.2%
Rex Avenue 30.0%
Plymouth Road 29.8%
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Monthly running costs Beta

£3,196 Monthly total


Purchase price
Deposit (10%) 72,500
Repayment term 25
Interest rate 2.0
Your payment £2,765 /mo How Much Could I Borrow

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Home Insurance

Rebuild value up to £600,000 Contents value up to £60,000 Average insurance cost £16/mo (£193/yr)
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Home Insurance is based on the average price of a building and contents quote for a property in this area in the last 48 months.

Source: Autonet Insurance Ltd


Gas £41 Electricity £54 Estimated energy cost £95/mo How Much Could I Save? In partnership with uSwitch
Energy costs explained

The estimated energy cost for this property has been calculated using actual energy usage data for a property of this type, number of bedrooms and region.

Estimated consumption

Gas: 17000 kWh/year
Electricity: 4100 kWh/year

Source: National Energy Efficiency Data Framework

Council Tax

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Estimated tax band G Council tax cost £276 /mo
when paid over 10 months
Council tax costs explained

The Council Tax cost displayed is based on the council tax band and on the basis of 2 adults living at the property. The monthly cost shown excludes any discounts and is rounded to the nearest pound.

Full information on Council Tax discount entitlements can be found on the Gov.UK’s website.


Supply £19 Sewerage £25 Estimated water cost £44 /mo
Water costs explained

Water consumption is based on average water usage for the predicted occupancy of the property based on the number of bedrooms.

Total annual consumption (in cubic meters) is then averaged into a monthly cost.

Note: If you have 2 separate suppliers for water and sewage, you may receive 2 separate bills.

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