About High Storrs
Live close to Sheffield and the Peak District by moving to High Storrs. With a popular local school, plenty of green spaces, a number of pubs and many amenities, it is great for families and professionals. Take a look around the properties we have now.
THINGS TO DO
Endcliffe Park is a popular area and large open space that dates back to 1887 and has a children's play area, lake and cafe. High Storrs is also close to Chelsea Park, Sheffield Botanical Gardens, HSBC Sports & Social Club and Sheffield Tigers rugby union club.
EATING & DRINKING
The Greystones, The Banner Cross, The Psalter and The Lescar are all popular pubs in the area. The Norfolk Arms is on the edge of the Peak District and offers a country pub feel. Greystones has a Dominos pizza, fish and chip shop, La Luna Italian and Le Bistrot Pierre for French food.
There are a number of newsagents, delis and pharmacies in the area. On top of this, Ecclesall Road through High Storrs and closer to the city has a thriving scene for independent businesses. There are barbers, gift shops, craft stores, clothing shops and more to enjoy.
There are a number of schools in High Storrs and the primary schools include: Dobcroft, Greystones and Hunter's Bar. It has its own secondary school and is also close to Silverdale, Tapton, Notre Dame and King Edward VII.
The A625 Ecclesall Road will get you into Sheffield within 10 to 15 minutes and the other way - or on Ringlet Road - will see you in the picturesque Peak District. There is a frequent bus link to the city and you can also get on the A61 southbound towards Chesterfield or north to Leeds.
This part of Sheffield was in the Robin Hood legend and for many years was little more than farming. As the city boomed during the Industrial Revolution, housing developments expanded out from the city and the population in this part has continued to grow thanks to its enviable location.
DID YOU KNOW?
High Storrs School first opened in 1880 and was located in the centre of Sheffield until 1933.