Tuesday 30 May 2023

NEW Blog about our Wonderful Endcliffe Park by our gorgeous Khloe #spencer #sheffield

 New Blog by our Gorgeous Khloe.....  

‘The Endcliffe neighbourhood is located on the south west side of Sheffield, home to the beautiful Endcliffe and Bingham parks and has an array of exciting places to eat, drink and shop. Endcliffe park opened its gates in 1887 in celebration of Queen Victoria’s Jubilee and is one of the hottest spots for family outings, parking it up with friends, it’s also a gateway to Sheffield’s Peak District National Park. If you fancy a drink or bite to eat, in the heart of the park is the iconic Endcliffe Park Cafe, open throughout the year and serves delicious, locally sourced food and Fairtrade teas and coffee. 

If you’re making your way from Endcliffe Park up to the Peaks, there’s plenty to see and do on the way, such as taking a well-deserved pitstop and the Forge Dam Cafe. Or, further along the trail to the Peaks, you could spend the day visiting the hugely popular Mayfield Alpacas Animal Park, who offer a range of fun and educational events such as Alpaca Treks, feeding Meerkats and other animal experiences (IG, @mayfield_alpacas_animal_park). 

Just a short walk from the park, you’ll find Hunters Bar, Ecclesall Road and Sharrow Vale on its doorstep. One of my favourite things to do on the weekend is to wander through the local area as there are so many unique and independent shops and places to discover. Anything you could want or need; you will be able to find here. One of my favourites (even just to window shop) is Pete McKee’s art gallery (IG, @petemckee), which sees visitors from all over the world. If you don’t know who Pete McKee is, you should get to know! Born and bred in Sheffield, Pete McKee is world renowned for his unique illustrations that embody Sheffield’s rich history and culture. 

In the evenings, there’s plentiful bars and restaurants to choose from; I’m still working my way to visit them all after living in the area for nearly five years! However, one place I find myself visiting again, and again… is The Lescar pub, located in Sharrow Vale (IG, @thelescar). The interior design is traditional with modern features, in the winter their open fire heats the entire pub which makes it the perfect cosy spot to meet up with friends and family. In the summer, there is a gorgeous courtyard area where you can enjoy your food and drinks in the glorious Sheffield sun. They also host weekly live music and comedy performances, which is a great opportunity to support and check out the local talent.

For these reasons to name a few…  the Endcliffe neighbourhood is one of the most sought-after areas to live in Sheffield. With its close proximity to both Universities, being in the catchment area for some of Sheffield’s best schools and City centre, it’s the idyllic location, whether you're a student, young professional, couple or family.’

Tuesday 2 May 2023

Nether Edge and Abbeydale, #Sheffield - we talk about why this area is so great! #Spencer


We are back blogging! Sorry to have been missing for a while! 

It’s no secret that Spencer loves Sheffield but let us tell you about why we love Abbeydale & Nether Edge.


Abbeydale & Nether Edge offer something for everyone with super popular residential areas providing an enormous range of property, outstanding schools, shopping and a fabulous lifestyle to boot.

In this vibrant area of S7 there’s a whole host of pubs, bars, restaurants & takeaways to suit every palate. Particular favourites in our office are Bench, The Broadfield Pub, Two Thirds, Picture House Social and Forge Bakehouse to name but a few.


Of course there is also the Antiques Quarter to potter around and get lost in corners of, looking for a quirky piece of furniture or a trinket for your new home. If that isn’t your thing then there are plenty of charity shops, independent shops, artisan bakers, international supermarkets, health food shops and florists to keep you entertained.

As well as shops, you’re spoilt choice for green spaces to visit in the area. You can entertain the kids in Broadfield Park, Mount Pleasant Park or Chelsea Park or go for a stroll in Brincliffe Woods, which are part of the Round Sheffield Walk.

There are plenty of events in the area to take part in too! Nether Edge Neighbourhood Group is a well established friendly organisation that is responsible for the quarterly Farmers Market, the annual Nether Edge Festival, Open Gardens and much, much more.

When it comes to schools Nether Edge Primary, part of the Mercia Trust, is an outstanding primary school based on Abbeydale Road along with Mercia Academy further up the road in Bannerdale both of which are incredibly popular with families in the area.


If you’re looking for somewhere to live, the area has everything from apartments, terraced houses, Victorian villas to new build detached properties, something for every budget and every taste. What more could you want?!