Grant's of Derbyshire are pleased to offer For Sale this two double bedroomed townhouse situated within the heart of this popular and sought after historic market town. The property benefits from gas central heating and is well presented throughout. The property briefly comprises: lounge with inglenook fireplace, modern fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, brand new bathroom and rear patio area. No upward chain. Ideal first time buy or investment opportunity.
The property is entered via a part glazed hardwood door leading into the
With laminate flooring, this is a good sized room in which the focal point is the inglenook fireplace with stone surround and hearth with electric fire. There are exposed beams to the ceiling, a built in window seat housing the gas and electric meters, refurbished sash window to front elevation, wall lights, TV & telephone point, radiator and part glazed door leading to the
This kitchen, with quarry tiled flooring, is fitted with a good range of cream wall and base units with complementary work surfaces and tiled splash backs. There is an integrated stainless steel electric fan assisted oven with four ring gas hob and extractor fan over, one and a half bowl sink with swan neck mixer tap beneath the window to the rear aspect, integrated floor fan heater and washing machine. Neat doors open to the spaces under the stairs where there's space for a free-standing fridge and free-standing freezer. Adjacent to those is a most useful storage cupboard. A part glazed door to the rear open to the exterior of the property and stairs lead up to the
An open wooden staircase with wall mounted boiler (Installed July 2014) and over stairs storage cupboard which leads to the first landing where doors open to the bathroom and bedroom one.
With latched pine door, exposed wooden floor boards, window to front elevation, radiator and TV point.
This stylish bathroom, with vinyl flooring, is fitted with a contemporary white three piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with monobloc tap, low flush WC and panelled bath with shower over. The room is part tiled with smart white metro tiles and there is an opaque glass window to the rear aspect.
From the first floor landing the staircase continues up to the second floor passing a large window with deep sill letting in a good amount of natural light. A particularly nice feature of this area. A door at the top of the staircase opens to the
Having exposed wooden floor boards, windows to the front and rear of the property providing plenty of natural light, pine door providing access to the airing cupboard housing the water tank with shelving over, large low level storage cupboard into the eaves, radiator, and trap door access to the roof space.
Accessed via the kitchen, a real sun trap, this fully enclosed pebbled area with painted walls provides a quiet and private outdoor space. On-road parking is available nearby and there's a car park to the back of the Wheatsheaf Public House where parking is free of charge.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band A which is currently £1323 per annum.
From our office at the Market Place in Wirksworth, continue down St John Street in the direction of Derby where the property can be found on the left hand side before you descend down the hill.