We are delighted to offer For Sale this stunning, Grade II listed, two/three bedroom cottage located in the heart of this popular and sought after village of Cromford. This home, arranged over three floors has a wealth of character and original feature and is extremely well presented throughout. The accommodation comprises; sitting room, kitchen, rear porch and ground floor WC. On the first floor there is a double bedroom and a refitted shower room. On the second floor there is a large bedroom, formerly two bedrooms which could easily be partitioned off once more. Outside there is a delightful courtyard garden with stone built outbuildings. Viewing highly recommended, virtual tour available.
Located just off the centre of Cromford, which is a popular local centre with shops, cafes, pubs and a sought after primary school. Nearby towns such as Wirksworth, Matlock and Ashbourne offer further facilities and the city of Derby is just half an hour away by car. Cromford has a railway station and is well connected to the main road network by the A6. The village is part of a Unesco World Heritage Site set in the rolling countryside of Derbyshire Dales and is close to the Peak District National Park as well as Carsington Water which offers water sports and wildlife activities. There are lovely walks from the doorstep here too, with a network of footpaths linking up with the nearby High Peak Trail.
The property is entered via the substantial wood panelled front door which opens into the
With a solid wood flooring and a stone built fireplace housing the remote controlled, gas powered stove, a pleasing focal point. There are matching wall lights and a multi-paned window with secondary glazing to the front aspect. TV point. A cottage door leads through to the
With a vinyl tiled flooring and a matching range of wall and base units with contrasting worktop over. There is an inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap over and a stone mullioned window to the rear, overlooking the garden. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, under counter space for a fridge and freezer. Integrated appliances include an electric oven and an induction hob with a curved glass extractor hood over. A cottage door opens to reveal the understairs pantry which has wall mounted shelving providing useful storage for foodstuffs etc.
A most useful room providing storage space for boots, coats etc. There is a window to the rear aspect and a recently installed, part glazed door which leads out to the garden. A cottage door opens to reveal the
With a low flush WC and corner pedestal sink. Wall mounted shelving.
From the kitchen a cottage door opens to reveal the staircase which rises to the first floor. The part glazed, patterned glass door leads into the
With a polished limestone tiled flooring and refitted with a modern and stylish three piece suite comprising; walk-in shower enclosure with full height glass screen and thermostatic shower fittings over, vanity wash basin with storage cupboard beneath and an illuminated mirror over, low flush WC. There is a window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden.
A double bedroom with stripped pine wooden flooring and original stone built fireplace with cast iron grate. There is a secondary glazed, multi-paned window to the front aspect.
From the first floor landing, the staircase carries on up to the second floor where a cottage door leads into
A larger than average bedroom with wide board wooden flooring and windows to front and rear aspects providing a good level of natural light. There is access to the loft which has been insulated and boarded for storage. This room was probably two bedrooms in the past and a partition wall and adjustment to the doorway off the staircase could easily be reinstated to create two separate rooms. There are two built-in storage cupboards, one of which houses the combination boiler which provides the hot water and gas central heating for the home. There is a range of fitted office furniture and shelving.
Immediately to the rear of the home there is a most pleasant courtyard garden which enjoys a good level of privacy.
The first outbuilding, the former washroom for this row of cottages has been renovated with the aid of a heritage grant and has power and light. This is a most useful storage area for garden furniture and bikes etc. The outbuilding next door, perhaps a former outhouse/fuel store does require some refurbishment. The occupants of number 9 have a right of access along the back of the gardens of the neighbouring properties.
From our office at the Market Place at Wirksworth, continue left along Harrison Drive in the direction of Cromford. As you descend down the hill towards Cromford Market Place, the property is located on the right hand side
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band A which is currently £1323 per annum.
Street parking is available on a first come, first served basis. There is a time limited parking area just outside of the house.