This detached dorma style bungalow is situated in the village of Dore in Sheffield.
Spacious and inviting, this accommodation is perfect for families to enjoy a heart warming stay.
Wander inside and you will be greeted by a double bedroom accompanied by an en-suite shower room, for a classic finish.
This leads across to a neatly placed bathroom, ideal for getting ready in the morning.
A second double bedroom makes a peaceful place to sleep with pretty bedding and large wardrobes.
Close by, a snug comes complete with a sofa bed, or simply use as another bedroom.
An open plan dining area looks out onto the garden through patio doors, and makes a homely place to enjoy dinner time meals.
This sweeps round to a large kitchen with a breakfast bar, pleasant for relaxing during the morning hours.
Follow the layout, and the orangery is a cosy room to read a book or simply be at one with the outside views.
A utility and cloakroom rest nearby for your convenience.
Take the stairs to find two double bedrooms almost mirroring each other with elegant furnishings and a peaceful aura.
Close to a family bathroom holding a spa bath and a separate shower.
Outside is where you will want to be, in the enclosed garden with a patio.
Pour a refreshing drink and relax in comfort.
Explore the village of Dore, with its rich and diverse amenities, restaurants and societies.
Stroll into the countryside with much more to see.
This retreat is sure to please.
Four bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double (zip/ link, can be twin upon request), with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor double, 2 x first floor double. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Bathroom with spa bath, shower, basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Utility. Orangery. Snug.
About the location
Sheffield 6 miles; Chesterfield 11 miles.
Dore is a suburb situated close to the City Centre, known as 'Dore Village'. Laying in the charming depths of South Yorkshire, England, the village rests on a hill above the River Sheaf which gave Sheffield its name, and until 1934 was part of Derbyshire,
now a suburb of the city. Although the village is a relatively small glimpse of Sheffield it has a rich and diverse assemble of amenities, shops, restaurants, societies and interest groups, as well as three churches, two church halls and three public houses with restaurants. Dore is served by Dore and Totley railway station on the Hope Valley Line between Sheffield and Manchester. Close to the Peak District National Park, the lovely countryside is a magnet for hikers, dog-walkers and mountain bikers. Both villages have a selection of eateries and pubs.
Note: no stag/hen or similar.