Grant's of Derbyshire are delighted to offer For Sale this detached property which is ideally located within level walking distance of the centre of the sought after town of Wirksworth. With double glazing, gas central heating and a host of original features throughout, the accommodation briefly comprises entrance porch, dining room, sitting room with log burner, kitchen, study/snug, two double bedrooms and a spacious shower room. There is also the benefit of a workshop/garage accessed from the study as well as externally. The property has a beautiful south facing foregarden which is laid mainly to lawn but also has well established planted borders, raised beds, patio area and the adjacent driveway provides off road parking for at least three vehicles in tandem. The property dates back to 1835 and has been maintained well. Recent improvements includes work on the windows by the well respected local firm Archtop Joinery and the roof was redone just 10 years ago with Staffordshire blue tiles. Viewing Highly Recommended. No Upward Chain.
To the front of the property a part glazed entrance door opens into the
With tiled flooring and windows to either side.
A second part glazed door opens directly into the
A welcoming room which has tiled flooring, high ceiling with coving and ceiling rose and the large sash window to the front aspect looking out onto the garden. There is an additional small window to the rear. A door opens to the staircase leading up to the first floor and beneath this is a useful storage cupboard. There is access to the kitchen from the one side of the room and to the opposite site is the door opening to the
This second reception room also has a good ceiling height with coving and ceiling rose and picture rails too. Plenty of natural light floods through the large sash windows to the front and side aspects. The focal point of the room is the fireplace with exposed stone lintel and raised hearth upon which is the Clearview wood burning stove. There are built-in cupboards in the recess to the right of the fireplace. The room is lit by wall lights as well as the ceiling light.
This kitchen, with tiled flooring, is fitted with a range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces and coloured tiled splash backs. The inset one and a half bowl sink with swan neck mixer tap is ideally situated beneath the window to the front aspect allowing a most pleasant outlook over the beautiful foregarden to the surrounding hills. High quality integrated appliances include the dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and electric oven with four ring gas hob over. The room is lit by inset spotlights.
To the side of the room a door opens and steps lead down into the
With a pitched ceiling and French doors with windows to the either side opening out onto the foregarden. The room could be used for a number of purposes.
To the side aspect is a door accessing the garage/workshop.
The staircase leading up from the dining room passes a window to the rear aspect and reaches the
With doors opening to the two bedrooms and the shower room. There is a useful built-in overstairs cupboard providing a good amount of hanging and storage space. There is also access to the attic which is part boarded.
This is a good sized double bedroom with windows to the front, side and rear aspect. The window to the front in particular provides a superb outlook.
The second double bedroom also has a large sash window to the front with an equally good view as from bedroom one but there is an additional smaller window to the side aspect which also allows a most pleasant outlook.
This extremely well appointed, part tiled shower room has vinyl flooring and is fitted with a contemporary style three piece suite comprising low flush WC, wall hung wash hand basin and a large walk-in shower cubicle. There is a sash window to the front aspect, ladder style heated towel rail and the room is lit by inset spotlights. Louvre doors open to a good sized storage cupboard which also houses the Viessman combination boiler installed at the end of 2016.
The south facing foregarden is simply stunning! It incorporates a good sized lawn, raised beds, a patio area and borders with a good variety of well established plants and shrubs.
The driveway provides parking for three vehicles in tandem.
This L-shaped workshop/garage can be accessed internally as well as externally. There is the benefit of both power and light.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band C which is currently £1816 per annum.
From our office in Wirksworth Market Place proceed towards Cromford. A short distance after passing the Lime Kiln public house on the left hand side and the playground on the right hand side is the access to Thorntree Cottages (also on the right hand side) 14 Cromford Road is the first property on the left hand side. On the first viewing it is advisable to park on Cromford Road itself or in the car park off Old Lane which is to the opposite side of the road to Thorntree Cottages.