Western Road in Sheffield, England is a residential road, with a mixture of Victorian and Edwardian houses, as well as some more modern properties. It was first developed in the late 19th century, as part of the expansion of Crookes as a suburb of Sheffield. Western Road continued to develop throughout the 20th century, and today it is one of the most desirable roads to live on in West Sheffield
- 1880s: Western Road is first developed as part of the expansion of Crookes.
- 1890s: The road is lined with terraces of houses for working-class families.
- Early 20th century: Western Road becomes home to a number of professional families.
- Mid-20th century: The terraces of houses are replaced by larger, detached properties.
- Late 20th century: Western Road continues to develop and becomes a popular residential area for both families and students.