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Plan of the Field head Estate for sale by auction, 1862 Featured Print

Plan of the Field head Estate for sale by auction, 1862

Lot 1 desirable family residence, known as Field Head, situate at Highfield … with the lodge, stables, carriage house, pleasure grounds, gardens and paddocks … now occupied by G. N. Vickers, esquire. The house was greatly improved and enlarged several years ago by the Owner, Richard Solly, esquire, for his own residence. It contains a handsome Entrance Hall and Staircase, Dining Room, Library, housekeeper's room, two large Kitchens, Butler's Pantry, Lavatory and Store Room on the Ground floor, a large Drawing Room over the Library, six Bedrooms and Bath Room on the First Story, and two Attics above. The kitchen gardens are well stocked with wall and other truit trees in fine bearing condition, and the pleasure grounds are laid out with rare taste, and planted with choice and fine grown shrubs and trees, the whole presenting an opportunity to any Gentleman requiring a comfortable and genteel residence at a moderate distance from the town seldom offered.Lot 2 plot of freehold building ground, adjoining Lot 1, having frontages to the Sheffield and Chesterfield Turnpike Road and a new road running therefrom to the Abbeydale Road.Lot 3 another plot of freehold building ground, adjoining Lots 1 and 2, having frontages to the Abbeydale Read and to the new road running therefrom to the Sheffield and Chesterfield Turnpike Road.Lots 2 and 3 are ornamented with thriving Shrubberies and Plantations, have a south aspect and are well adapted for the erection of villas.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 20 May 1862

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