We are delighted to offer For Sale, this stone built semi-detached cottage, parts of which date back to the late 17th century and has a wealth of character and original features. This home, a short distance from the centre of this popular village of Tansley, two miles from the main town of Matlock, occupies a plot of just under 1/5 of an acre and whilst some modernisation is required, it offers huge scope for further development. The property benefits from gas central heating and part uPVC double glazing. The accommodation comprises; entrance porch/utility, breakfast kitchen, dining room, sitting room, ground floor bathroom and a large conservatory to the rear. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, the larger of which has an ensuite shower room and offers potential to be split into two (subject to survey and some reconfiguration). Outside there is an extensive, south-facing garden, a single garage with studio, two workshops. Viewing Highly Recommended, Virtual Tour Available.
Tansley is a village located on the southern edge of Derbyshire’s Peak District, two miles east of Matlock. Matlock has a huge range of facilities, schools, restaurants, shops and supermarkets. This home enjoys an elevated position with far reaching views over the village and the surrounding countryside.
From the roadside, stone steps lead up and around to the front door which opens into the
With a polished wooden flooring and two uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side aspects. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and upright fridge freezer. The wall mounted "Worcester" gas boiler (installed in 2020) provides the gas central heating for the home. A multi-paned door leads into the
With a tile-effect vinyl flooring and a traditional range of wall, base and drawer units with matching, low level breakfast bar return and a uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and a secondary glazed window to the front. A former fireplace now houses the freestanding gas cooker with ornate timber surround. There is an acrylic sink with mixer tap over and a recessed, glass-fronted display cabinet. A latched door leads through to the
With secondary glazed windows to rear and side aspects. There is a gas fed, coal-effect, cast iron stove set on a quarry tiled heart and a recessed, glass-fronted display cabinet. A latched door leads to the
With a ceramic tiled flooring, matching wall lights and here you can see the original timber frame and feature exposed stonework. A door leads into the
With a ceramic tiled flooring, half panelled walls and a traditional suite comprising; panelled bath with shower over, a pedestal sink and low flush WC. There are obscure glass windows to the front and side aspects, a feature wall recess and a shaver point.
A warm and cosy room with original wood panelling, exposed ceiling timbers and a stone-mullioned window to the front aspect. There is a secondary glazed window to the rear. There is a stone-built fireplace housing a wood-burning stove with wooden shelf and a quarry tiled hearth. TV point. There is a recessed, glass-fronted display cabinet. The panelled staircase leads up to the first floor and the multi-paned door leads into the
This is a substantial addition to the home providing a good sized reception room overlooking the rear garden. Ceramic tiled floor.
On arrival at the first floor landing we pass an ornate, leaded glass panel overhead. The first door on the left leads into
A larger than average principal bedroom with a polished wooden flooring and having windows to rear and side aspects providing a good level of natural light. There are exposed ceiling timbers, matching wall lights and a built-in cupboard with shelving. This room, given the dimensions and window placement could be divided into two (subject to survey). There is an access hatch to the loft which is a good storage space and has uPVC double glazed windows to front and side aspects. A door leads to the
With a tiled, recessed shower enclosure with electric shower over, a wall mounted wash basin and a low flush WC. There is a slimline storage cupboard and an obscure glass uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.
A double bedroom with exposed wood frame and two sash windows to the rear aspect overlooking the garden. There is an overstairs recess with built-in shelving unit, ideal for books etc. Back on the landing, a door then steps lead down to
Another double bedroom with a bank of matching, pine fitted furniture including wardrobes, cupboards and desk unit with drawers. There is a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.
Just to the side of the property there is a stone paved seating area with ornamental pond, A pathway leads up to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and has a wealth of mature plants and trees.
Having power and light.
At the top end of the garden there is a stone built arch and gate that leads out to the rear where we find hardstanding for two cars. Double doors open to reveal this good sized garage with inspection pit. Beneath the garage there is a useful workshop/tool store having power and light and measuring 2.59 x 2.5m. From within the garage, a door leads up to a most useful room, currently used as a studio (2.53 x 2.44m) but could easily convert to being a home office. There is power and light and quite superb views towards Matlock and the surrounding countryside.
Leave Matlock and proceed along the A615 towards Alfreton. Upon reaching the Tavern at Tansley, continue past and turn right immediately after the Woodyard into Thatchers lane. Proceed a short distance up Thatchers Lane and then turn left and proceed for 200 yards and this home will be found on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale sign.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band C which is currently £1816 per annum.