It sits in an acre of land, just behind a church and is handily placed for the city centre. But despite all that, it's the actual 1960s midcentury-style house in Sheffield, South Yorkshire that is the selling point here.
It's a gem of a place, hardly changed over the decades (with the exception of solar panels and a bit of decor here and there) and with plenty of space too – around 2,000 sq. ft in total. It probably seems bigger with this huge windows and the fairly open layout too.
That actually breaks down into a large hallway, a substantial study overlooking the church, a dining room, lounge, breakfast kitchen, separate utility room, pantry, four ‘generous’ bedrooms, a dressing room and two bathrooms. Outside there is a good amount of car parking space, that acre of lawn and woodland, two patios and a double garage.