Both the lounge and the kitchen and dining room feature dual aspect outlooks and both incorporate french doors, creating twin access points that help to maximise the benefits of the garden. The distinctive shape of the home adds A unique character to the entrance hall, the bathroom and the third bedroom. Help to Buy available on this home.RoomsGround Floor
- Lounge (3.32 x 4.964 m)
- Kitchen (3.651 x 2.325 m)
- Dining (3.35 x 2.639 m)
- WC (1.45 x 1.496 m)
About Graves Fold
- Master Bedroom (2.878 x 3.548 m)
- Ensuite (2.464 x 1.21 m)
- Bedroom 2 (3.708 x 2.711 m)
- Bedroom 3 (4.399 x 2.16 m)
- Bathroom (3.273 x 1.956 m)
Graves Fold is named in tribute to the celebrated watchmaker and pioneer of mail order shopping John George Graves, who adopted Sheffield as his home and made his reputation, and his considerable fortune, here. He became a major benefactor to the city, donating both money and much of his personal art collection to its galleries. His name lives on in many of the projects he funded, including the Graves Gallery, the Graves Building of the Sheffield University Students’ Union, the charitable trust that bears his name, and, perhaps most notably, the magnificent park just a few minutes walk from Graves Fold.
Graves Fold is linked to Sheffield city centre by an hourly bus service passing adjacent to the development, as well as a number of other services travelling along Warminster Road and Chesterfield Road, both within ten minutes walk. The A61 and the A6102 are less than five minutes drive away, and the M1 can be reached in 20 minutes, making the development a convenient base for travel throughout the north. Sheffield Station, in the city centre, is on the intercity network with services to York, Birmingham, Exeter, Edinburgh, London St Pancras and other destinations, with London less than two and a half hours away by train.DirectionsFrom the M1 Southbound
From junction 34, for six miles follow signs for the Ring Road and Chesterfield. At the roundabout after the Gleadless Townend junction take the third exit, for Norton. Carry on for one mile, going straight on at the fork after a pedestrian crossing, and after quarter of a mile the entrance to Woodlands Park is on the right.From the M1 Northbound
Leave the M1 at junction 30 for Sheffield via the A6135. Pass through Renishaw and Mosborough then, five miles after leaving the motorway, at the Quarry Hill junction turn left, for Ridgeway. After two and a quarter miles, at the Gleadless Townend junction turn left into the Ring Road. At the next roundabout take the third exit, for Norton. Carry on for one mile, going straight on at the fork after a pedestrian crossing, and after quarter of a mile the entrance to Woodlands Park is on the right.Sat Nav: S8 8JLDisclaimer
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