The house is situated in Grange Crescent, Sharrow and is described as a rarity on the market for a property of this size and quality.
It is being sold by estate agents Whitehornes and is listed on Zoopla. According to the sales prospectus, the property is perfect for the growing family market and is in a sought-after catchment area for schools.
The brochure adds: “An absolutely sensational five bedroom, two bathroom, bay window, Victorian semi-detached house.
“Quietly tucked away on this desirable residential street in the heart of the hugely popular Sharrow at 11 Sheffield.
“We are enjoying three incredible floors of accommodation totaling 2,376 square feet of accommodation that will be very popular with the growing family market.
“This fabulous property retains a wealth of the original features, character and charm associated with a property of that era and effortlessly blends them with a contemporary twist that really needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated.
“With off road parking to the front and a larger than expected private garden to the rear, Number 20 is centrally located just a short stroll from fashionable Sharrow Vale which has a range of independent cafes, restaurants and shops, the Chelsea Park, the Peak District and much more is what local school districts offer.”
Whitehornes then lists the benefits of living in the S11 postcode. It states: “The S11 postcode encompasses some of the most desirable places to live in the Sheffield area.
“S11 stretches from Sharrow Vale near the city center to Hathersage Road towards the Peak District and has a diverse property portfolio.
“From Sharrow towards Ecclesall Road and Hunters Bar you really see Sheffield in all its diverse splendour.
“There are numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs of all genres making Ecclesall Road a lively and popular choice for day or evening shopping and/or socializing. With the Sheffield Hallam University collegiate campus nearby, there are many student housing investment opportunities.
“Due to the high retention rate of graduates in Sheffield, many young professionals are looking to rent accommodation due to the cosmopolitan yet family atmosphere of the area. The city center and train station are a short bus ride away on a well-maintained route, making it a perfect choice for city workers and commuters alike.
“Near Ecclesall Road is Endcliffe Park, one of Sheffield’s most popular outdoor areas as it hosts many outdoor events such as traveling circuses, fairs and music events.
“The park is great for children as there is a nice cafe with toilet facilities, an excellent adventure playground and a parkour playground, all of which are free to use. There is also an area with a bouncy castle and roundabouts.
“The size of the park means that even on the sunniest weekends there is always a spot on the lawn for a picnic or table football. There are not only large green spaces, but also wooded areas criss-crossed by paths, streams and duck ponds.
“Boot camps and park runs are often held there, and they have an outdoor fitness area that you can use for free.”