This stunning one-bedroom dual aspect apartment forms part of the exemplary renovation by architects Hawkins/Brown and architects Studio Egret West. Norwich Street is on the top floor of this iconic landmark offering stunning views across the city and toward The Peak District National Park.
The property is part furnished and fitted with an air filtration system providing permanent mechanical ventilation to the entire property. Space heating and hot water are provided by the Sheffield District Energy Network which produces sustainable energy from un-recyclable waste.
Landscape Architects Grant Associates designed the rear communal garden at Phase 1 with reference to the peak district topography. A table tennis table, designer seating, wild flower beds, copses of silver birch and large lawns all make it unique to Park hill. Phase 2 garden is under construction now and soon to be enjoyed by all. Car parking spaces and bike storage are available for rent.
Despite its close proximity to the city centre, there are numerous green spaces and cycle routes very close by including Sheaf Valley Park with its amphitheater, The Cholera Monument Gardens, Clay Woods and Norfolk Park. Future development plans include Park Hill S1 Art space Gallery and Pavilion.
Park Hill is occupied by many design led businesses in its commercial space as well as the South Street Kitchen stylish vegetarian café-bar, the Grace Owen Nursery and Park Hill Provisions. To be opened this year is to be a first-floor restaurant and terrace bar within phase 2. Park Hill is ideally located in the heart of the city with excellent transport links and amenities including a local tram stop, the main line train station with direct trains to London. Manchester Liverpool Birmingham Edinburgh or Cornwall. Sheffield Hallam University, an Olympic sized swimming pool and the largest theatre complex outside London are all within walking distance. The nearby Parkway leads to the M1 motorway. Industrial hip Kelham Island is just a stroll away. Meadowhall Shopping Centre is on the tram route.
ENTRANCE LOBBY The front door leads to an entrance lobby with generous recess storage, Features include concrete walls, aluminium framed double glazed windows, exposed concrete beams and engineered oak flooring.
LIVING/DINING/KITCHEN 15' 8" x 15' 3" (4.79m x 4.66m) (max) The kitchen, dining and living spaces benefit from the feature concrete walls and beams along with wall washer lights, engineered oak flooring and contemporary radiators. The kitchen has a fresh, light and airy feel with solid ply and white-faced base units with matching worktops and glass splash-back. Fully integrated appliances include a washer/dryer, oven, hob, extractor and fridge/freezer with floor to ceiling storage units. The decked balcony area is accessed via double glazed sliding doors. Ceiling to floor, fully glazed panels allow light and the stunning city views to be appreciated inside as well as out.
INNER HALLWAY A staircase with glass balustrade descends to an inner hallway, where the exposed concrete, engineered oak flooring continues. There is also a useful study area and contemporary radiator.
BATHROOM 11' 8" (max) x 5' 9" (3.58m (max) x 1.76m) The bathroom features a pentagonal extra large bath designed specifically for the Park Hill development, complemented by chrome Grohe designer bath filler, taps and wall fixed shower head over. A fluorescent strip light concealed behind the concrete beam lights the whole bath alone. The wall hung wash hand basin and toilet with further Grohe fittings are housed in a fitted vanity unit with a full wall width mirror above and LED spot vanity lights over. Within the storage cupboard is an air filtration system providing permanent mechanical ventilation to the entire property. Space heating and hot water are provided by the Sheffield District Energy Network which produces sustainable energy from un-recyclable waste.
BEDROOM 15' 1" x 9' 10" (4.62m x 3.02m) (max) The double bedroom has a floor to ceiling fixed window next to a sliding panel door with interior freestanding glass balustrade. The double bedroom continues with the exposed concrete design, engineered oak flooring, contemporary radiator and wall washer lighting.