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About Broomhall

Easy access to the city centre with great facilities and many amenities, Broomhall is a popular suburb of Sheffield. A diverse community, it is something of a melting pot of culture in the middle of Sheffield. From a South American steakhouse to the 15th century Broom Hall, is it the perfect place for your next property?

THINGS TO DO

Sport Sheffield with pitches, gym and swimming pool is in Broomhall. On top of this, there is the large Crookes Valley Park and garden, Weston Park Museum and Sheffield Botanical Gardens. Endcliffe Park, The Ponderosa and Hallamshire Golf Club are in surrounding areas.

EATING & DRINKING

Pubs in and around Broomhall include: The York gastropub, Old Grindstone, Broomhill Tavern, Fox and Duck, The Place and Masons Arms. There are also a variety of restaurants like La Vaca steakhouse, UK Mama African restaurant, Indian Chef and Casanova Pizzeria amongst others and takeaways.

SHOPPING

Both Fulwood Road and Ecclesall Road are lined with a variety of shops. These range from charity shops to record collectors to hairdressers to tattoo shops to clothing stores to hardware shops to delis, and most of these are independently run. The city centre has a wider selection and Meadowhall is just off the M1.

SCHOOLS

Broomhall Nursery and Children's Centre is in the area and there are a large number of primary and secondary schools around Broomhall including: Hunter's Bar Infant School, Broomhill Infant School, Silverdale, High Storrs School and King Edward VII.

TRANSPORT LINKS

A short walk gets you into Sheffield city centre from Broomhall and there is regular public transport throughout the city and beyond. Being next to the ring road, you can get on the A61 southbound towards Chesterfield or north bound to Huddersfield very easily. Additionally, the Peak District is within shooting distance and Robin Hood airport is less than an hour away.

HISTORY

Broomhall has a long history as part of Sheffield and the development of the city. It is best known for the Hall, which is a historic house that dates back to the late 15th century. It was exchanged through many families and is today used as offices and Grade II* listed building. 

DID YOU KNOW?

Much of Broomhall is now a conservation area with 23 listed buildings an mature tree coverage throughout.


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