S10 Area Guide

Broomhill, Broomhall, Crookes, Crookesmoor, Crosspool, Fulwood, Ranmoor

The S10 postcode covers a vast area from Crookes which is quite close to Sheffield City Centre, to out into the countryside to the West of the city past Redmires Reservoir.  As you would expect from such a wide stretch, the properties in this postcode reflect this diversity.  From large 5+ bedroomed Georgian townhouses to modern new build apartment blocks, S10 has the potential to match almost all property requirements. 

With Hallamshire Hospital, Jessops Wing, the Children’s Hospital, Weston Park Hospital, BMI Thornbury Hospital, Claremont Private Hospital and Sheffield University being within the S10 postcode, it is a convenient place for many people in regards to work and study.  Not only would the commute to work be short and in some cases within walking distance, but there are numerous nurseries to choose from, many of which have been rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted:

Banana Moon Day Nursery

Beech Hill Nursery School

Broomhall Nursery School

Elmore Kindergarten

Fairmount Nursery

The Garden House Nursery

Lodge Moor Day Nursery

The Old School House Nursery

Redmires Lodge

Sheffield Hallam University Nursery

St Luke’s Pre-School Nursery

Sunshine Day Nursery

University of Sheffield

Westbourne Pre-School

 

The schools in the S10 catchment are highly regarded:

Birkdale School

Broomhill Infant School

Hallam Primary School

King Edward VII School

Lydgate Infant School

Lydgate Junior School

Nether Green Infant School

Nether Green Junior School

Notre Dame High School

Sheffield Girl’s Infant, Junior and Senior School

St Marie’s Catholic School

Tapton School

Westbourne School

Westways Primary School

 

Broomhill and Crookes are deemed as a sought after student area, with Sheffield University being within the S10 boundary.  This has led to the bubbly atmosphere of Fulwood Road and Crookes Road with its local supermarkets, independent shops, pubs, takeaways and restaurants.  Properties here offer an excellent investment opportunity, with many properties being let out to students and young professionals.  This being said, Broomhill and Crookes have still managed to maintain a very family friendly feel about them, with the area being in high demand due to the well regarded schools and lovely parks.

If it’s green space you’re after, then S10 has this in abundance.  The Botanical Gardens on Clarkehouse Road are a real horticultural delight, with a lovely café/restaurant and numerous events throughout the year such as ‘Art in the Gardens’, ‘Music in the Gardens’ and Open Air Theatre.   Endcliffe Park, Weston Park, Bolehills Park, The Ponderosa, Lydgate Park and Crookes Valley Park are also all within the S10 area.  Leading out towards to the Peak District from Endcliffe Park is Forge Dam and the Mayfield Alpacas.  It’s easy to forget you’re so close to the city once you’re walking through the trees and fields there.

In regards to eating out, you really are spoilt for choice in S10.  Almost every cuisine preference is catered for, from take aways such as Fish and Chips, kebabs, pizza, Chinese, Indian, and Mexican to restaurants whose offerings include Turkish, seafood, French and Thai. 

Thyme Café in Broomhill is most definitely worth a visit if bistro style freshly made food is what you’re after.  The menu changes daily and is written on large chalk boards dotted around the restaurant.  Lokanta offers authentic Turkish food and Chez Lalou serves French cuisine in generous portions.  Bucher and Catch is exactly what the name suggests and is a meat and seafood lover’s heaven.  If a more traditional pub and grub is what you’re after then look no further than The York or the Crosspool Tavern.