Grant's of Derbyshire are delighted to offer For Sale this charming stone-built end-terraced cottage located just a short distance from the centre of the increasingly popular town of Wirksworth. The property is full of character, is well presented throughout and benefits from gas central heating and double glazing. The accommodation itself briefly comprises spacious living room, fitted kitchen, bathroom, large landing and a very good sized double bedroom. Outside is a beautiful patio garden. Viewing Highly Recommended. No Upward Chain.
To the front of the property the part glazed entrance door opens into the
A spacious and most welcoming reception room with the focal point being the substantial stone fireplace which houses the gas fire upon a raised stone hearth. There are built-in shelves in the adjacent recess and there is plenty of character with the exposed beams and lintels and a beautiful stained glass window within the wall between the living room and the kitchen. The room is lit by wall lights as well as the central ceiling light. To the left hand side of the fireplace is a step up and an opening providing access to the staircase and the bathroom. To the rear of the room is an opening to the
This kitchen, with tiled flooring, is fitted with a range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces and inset stainless steel sink and tiled splash backs. There is an integrated fan assisted electric oven with four ring halogen hob and extractor hood over and there is under counter appliance space with power for a fridge. As well as the Velux roof light there is a window to the side and a part glazed door which provides access to the garden.
With tiled flooring and a window to the front aspect. The pine staircase leads up to the first floor and there is a timber door and a step down into the
This fully tiled bathroom has an opaque glass window to the side aspect and is fitted with a white three piece suite comprising low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a panelled bath with shower over. Above the WC is the wall mounted Worcester boiler providing the hot water and servicing the central heating system. Two pine doors open to a most useful and good sized under stairs storage cupboard.
The staircase leading up from the ground floor reaches the
Having a window to the front aspect this is a spacious enough area to have the flexibility for a number of uses. It would make an ideal office for anyone working from home and there is ample space for a single bed.
From here there is access to the attic space and a ledge and brace door opens into the
This is a large double bedroom with stripped pine floorboards, a decorative cast iron fireplace and a window to the front aspect. To one corner a built-in cupboard houses the hot water and provides useful storage and there is trap door access to the roof space.
To the side of the property is a charming low maintenance patio garden which is fully enclosed by stone walling and timber fencing and incorporates well established and beautiful borders. It provides the perfect spot in which to sit and enjoy the view towards Wirksworth itself and the hillside beyond. Within the garden is a water feature fed by natural spring water, originally used to feed the local mills.. Steps lead down to the wrought iron gate and further steps lead down to the kitchen door. There is an area adjacent to the kitchen which is under cover and ideal for the hanging out of washing etc.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band A which is currently £1362 per annum.
From our office in Wirksworth Market Place proceed across the road in front of the Red Lion Hotel and turn into Coldwell Street. Continue down Coldwell Street, crossing over the railway bridge where the road becomes Wash Green. Continue up the hill for a short distance where the property will be located on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale board.