We are delighted to offer For Sale, this four bedroom 1970's detached home, located in the popular village of Fritchley, just a short distance from Crich. This home benefits from gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. The accommodation briefly comprises; a reception hallway, sitting room, dining area, fitted kitchen, utility room and ground floor WC. To the first floor there are 4 bedrooms and a shower room. Outside there are gardens to the front and rear of the property, off road parking and a single garage. Viewing highly recommended. Virtual Tour Available.
Fritchley is a small village in Derbyshire, south of Crich and north of Ambergate. To the west of the village is the ruin of a windmill. Fritchley has an active Congregational Church, and a public house, The Red Lion. The village has a sought after primary and nursery school (graded good in January 2019). The nearby village of Crich offers an excellent range of local amenities famous for the Crich Tramway Museum. Local amenities within Crich Village include a chemist, baker, butcher, fish and chip shop, indian restaurant, general food store, post office, primary school and village inns. Fritchley is convenient for Belper (four miles to the south), Matlock (eight miles to the north-west), Ashbourne (twelve miles) Nottingham (approx. Sixteen miles to the east) all with a wider variety of amenities. There is also easy access onto the A38 with Derby city centre located approx. Twelve miles to the south offering a comprehensive range of amenities.
The property is accessed via the fore garden where steps lead up to the part glazed uPVC double glazed door which opens into the
A great space with built-in cupboard, ideal for the storage of hats and coats etc. The staircase leads off the to the first floor. The door on the left leads into the
A larger than average reception room with front aspect uPVC double glazed window, feature stone fireplace with gas fire. TV point. Glazed patio front doors open to the
This is an extension to the original house offering versatility whether for formal dining or home office. Patio doors open directly to the lovely garden with two further windows allowing plenty of natural light.
Leading from the entrance hallway is the kitchen which is fitted with a range of maple-fronted wall, base and drawer units with roll top work surfaces over, tile splash backs and a one and a half bowl composite sink. There is an integral dishwasher, position for a free standing cooker and other white goods. A free standing gas fired boiler served the central heating and hot water system. Windows to the side and rear let in plenty of natural light and allows a pleasant outlook onto the beautiful garden. A multi-paned door opens to a lobby area where a uPVC double glazed window leads to the front garden.
With space and plumbing for a washing machine and other household appliances such as a freezer etc. An external door leads to the garden and a sliding door leads to the
With a low flush WC and wash hand basin
The staircase leading up from the entrance hallway leads up to a galleried landing which is flooded with natural light from the three uPVC double glazed windows to the front aspect.
A good double sized double bedroom with a front aspect uPVC double glazed window looking to the fields beyond the cu-de-sac.
A single bedroom with a side aspect uPVC double glazed window.
Another good sized double bedroom, which is part of the extension to the original house. Three double glazed uPVC windows allow plenty of natural light to the room and the rear window looks out onto the garden.
A second single bedroom which is currently being utilised as an office. A double glazed rear aspect window looks out onto the garden.
A full height ceramic tiled room fitted with a modern white suite with a double width walk-in-shower cubicle and electric shower fitting, low flush WC and pedestal hand wash basin.
To the front of the property there is a well stocked foregarden having a range of mature trees and plants. The driveway to the side provides parking for up to two vehicles. Immediately to the rear of the home there is a paved patio and seating area. Steps lead up to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered by a variety of mature trees and plants, all enjoying a good level of privacy. A rear access door gives access to the
With an up and over door to the front and having power and light.
Approaching Crich from along the common, in Fritchley turn right into Chadwick Nick Lane, follow the road around until Dale Close can be found on the right hand side, the property is the second one on the right.
We are informed by Amber Valley Borough Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band D which is currently £2003 per annum.