We are delighted to offer For Sale, this spacious, stone built detached bungalow which occupies a larger than average plot, in this sought after village of Pentrich, Derbyshire. This home, built approximately 20 years ago, sits in the heart of the village and is located opposite St Matthews Church. The property has undergone an extensive programme of refurbishment and reconfiguration including new central heating system, rewiring, new kitchen and bathrooms resulting in a quite simply, stunning home. The accommodation now comprises; entrance hall, dining area, breakfast kitchen and a sitting room. There are two double bedrooms with ensuite facilities and a single bedroom. Outside there are extensive gardens and a mature orchard with a substantial block paved driveway with turning circle providing parking for several vehicles. Double garage. Viewing Highly Recommended, Virtual Tour Available.
The Parish of Pentrich is a quiet village located in the heart of Derbyshire, in the Amber Valley. The village is best known for the uprising of June 1817 and is regarded as 'England's last revolution'. The village and the surrounding Parish are located in the beautiful green Derbyshire countryside and has picturesque views over towards South Wingfield and Crich. St Matthew's church dates from the Norman period and there is a well respected "Gastro Pub" The Dog Inn, located in the village centre. The village was formerly part of the Chatsworth Estate and most of the properties are built of stone. Pentrich has bus services to Alfreton and Ripley, rail services at Alfreton and Ambergate, and excellent road links via the A38 and M1.
From the front pathway the property is entered via the gate where steps lead up through the lawned foregarden and a pathway continues down the side of the property where a leaded uPVC double glazed door leads into the
With a wood-effect vinyl flooring, hooks for coats and hats etc. The part glazed oak door leads into the
With a leaded uPVC double glazed window to the side with matching fully glazed French doors which open out onto the side courtyard and garden. BT point. TV point. A large opening leads through to the
Refitted with an extensive range of wall, base and soft closing drawer units with low level and under counter lighting. There are solid oak block worktops with an inset ceramic sink, a polished chrome mixer tap and a breakfast bar return with space for stools. Integrated appliances include a 3/4 dishwasher and a fridge freezer. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. There is a leaded uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, a two ring induction hob and a gas-powered Rayburn cooking range with wide extractor hood over. The recently fitted "Baxi" gas combination boiler is discreetly located in a matching cupboard. TV point. We find access to the loft here via a pull-down ladder. The loft has been boarded for storage and has light. A part-glazed oak door leads through to the
Tastefully decorated, this is a light and airy reception room with leaded uPVC double glazed windows to front and side aspects. A fully glazed uPVC door leads out to the side courtyard. There is a stylish wood-burning stove set within the tiled fireplace and slate hearth. TV and Satellite connections. From the entrance hallway, along the passageway, an oak door opens to reveal the
Stylishly tiled and recently refitted with a four piece contemporary suite comprising of a luxury double ended bath, a concealed cistern dual flush WC, a vanity wash basin with cupboard beneath and a tiled walk-in shower enclosure with full glass screen and thermostatic high pressure shower fittings over. There is an illuminated mirror, a chrome heated towel rail and an obscure glass uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. A connecting door leads to
A double bedroom with a leaded uPVC window to the rear aspect. Across the hallway, the oak door opens to reveal
A single bedroom/study with a leaded uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect.
Another good sized double bedroom well lit by the leaded uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and fully glazed french doors which open out onto the patio and seating area to the rear. There is a TV point. A door opens to reveal the
Stylishly tiled and recently refitted with a modern suite comprising of a low flush WC, a pedestal sink and a walk-in shower enclosure. There is a chrome heated towel rail and an obscured glass uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect.
To the front of the property there is a well stocked, lawned foregarden having a range of mature trees and plants. Immediately to the side of the dining area there is a paved courtyard, ideal for enjoying that morning cup of coffee. There are pathways to both sides of the home leading around to the rear where block paved, steps lead up and around the rear garden which is presented over three levels and has a range of mature plants and trees. The pathway continues up and around to the substantial block paved area where there is ample space for several cars. A large opening adjacent to the garage leads to an additional private block paved driveway where there is additional parking for several more vehicles. From the block paved area a pathway leads to the rear garden where there is a mature orchard, laid mainly to lawn and having a number of fruit trees and bushes including apple, pear, plum, damson, boysenberry, redcurrant and gooseberry. There are stunning, far-reaching views to be enjoyed from here.
A motorised, remote controlled up and over door gives access to this spacious garage, a former stable/agricultural building, fully alarmed and having power and light. There is a uPVC door to the side and useful storage potential into the loft area. Consideration could be given here to developing this building into a home office/artist's studio etc.
We are informed by Amber Valley Borough Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band E which is currently £2449 per annum.