Grant's of Derbyshire are delighted to offer for sale, this deceptively spacious four bedroom end-terraced stone built house, occupying a central location within the conservation area of Wirksworth. The property had a new roof and the chimneys restored in 2016. The property also benefits from gas central heating and briefly comprises: Entrance Hall with trap door access to the cellar, Living Room, Downstairs WC, Kitchen/Diner and Utility to the ground floor, One Double Bedroom, One Single Bedroom and the Family Bathroom to the first floor and two further Double Bedrooms to the second floor, one of which has a quaint Sewing Room/Walk-in-wardrobe. Directly to the rear of the property, there's a beautiful, fully enclosed garden which has a high level of privacy, two seating areas and a lawned area with bordering plants and flowers. On-road parking can be found in front of the property but this is time restricted and a free resident parking area is available a short walk from the house (next to The Wheatsheaf public house). Viewing highly recommended.
Also known as "The Gem of The Peak", Wirksworth is a popular town, set in beautiful countryside with a wide range of amenities right on the doorstep. Benefiting from a range of shops, public houses, restaurants & parks, with many schools and access to the local leisure centre, swimming pool and Doctors surgery. Wirksworth also offers fantastic road links, with Derby city centre being approximately 13 miles to the South and Chesterfield town centre approximately 14 miles to the North.
From St John Street, a side pathway leads to a red wooden side entrance door. This leads directly into the:
With exposed pine floorboards and a staircase that leads to the first floor landing. A curtain provides access to the downstairs WC, a wooden panelled door opens into the Living Room and an opening into the Kitchen/Diner. Trap door access also leads to the cellar.
Fitted with a wall hung wash hand basin with tiled splashback and a low level WC. There's also an under-stairs storage area, ideal for household items.
A good sized reception room with exposed pine floorboards & a front aspect multi-paned window. This room also has panelled cupboards beneath the window and a beautiful cast iron fireplace with wooden surround, tiled hearth, decorative floral tiles & a fitted gas fire.
A characterful room with exposed former lintels, a rear aspect window which overlooks the lovely rear garden & rear aspect part glazed door that leads into the utility area. This room is fitted with a range of white, shaker style wall, base and drawer units with wood effect roll edged work tops over. There's a stainless steel sink with adjacent drainer and appliance space for a dishwasher and an undercounter fridge/freezer. The current owners also have an 'Everhot 60' electric stove in situ which has two large ovens, cast iron hot and simmer plates and integral grill with a stainless steel extractor hood over.
Fitted with a white shaker style base unit and with space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. There's a rear aspect window and a side aspect part glazed door which provides access to the beautiful and very private rear garden.
Stairs from the Entrance Hall lead to the first floor landing which has exposed pine floor boards and and exposed beam to the stairwell. Doors open to bedroom 1 and the family bathroom and an opening leads into bedroom 4.
A spacious and bright double bedroom with exposed pine floorboards and a front aspect sash window enjoys roof top views towards the surrounding countryside. There's also a beautiful cast iron fireplace with stone hearth and a real flame gas fire.
The smallest of the four bedrooms which has exposed pine floorboards and a rear aspect, sash window which overlooks the beautiful rear garden and countryside beyond. There are built-in cupboards and drawers in this room & the wall-mounted boiler is also located here.
A good sized room with granite tiled flooring and a fitted three piece suite consisting of vanity style wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap and tiled splashback, a dual flush WC and a low level bath with glass shower screen, contemporary chrome taps and tiled surround. There's also an electric extractor fan and a chrome ladder style heated towel rail.
A second set of stairs rise to the second floor where a door leads to Bedroom 2 and an opening to Bedroom 3.
A bright double bedroom with carpeted flooring and a front aspect sash window which has rooftop views towards the surrounding countryside. This room also has trap door access to the roof space. An opening leads to the:
Formerly a walk-in wardrobe, this room has been converted for sewing and craft making. There's a sky light window and a side aspect window with obscured glass.
A third double bedroom with exposed pine floorboards and a rear aspect sash window which overlooks the beautiful rear garden and stunning countryside beyond. There's an original cast iron fireplace and a cupboard that houses the hot water cylinder. This room also has trap door access to the roof space.
To the rear of the property, a timber gate opens to a fully enclosed, private garden which has a block paved patio area and a lawned garden with a range of bordering flowers and plants such as roses and fuchsias. To the end of the garden there's an additional seating area and two apple trees. There's also a cold water tap and two timber sheds (one small and one medium). A free resident parking area is available a short walk from the property (next to the Wheatsheaf Public House) and there is some time restricted on-road parking right in front of the property on St John Street.
From our office at The Market Place, Wirksworth, proceed directly down St John Street where number 16 can be found on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale board. Please note, the front door is accessed down a side passageway.