We are delighted to offer For Sale, this four bedroom, stone built, extended, semi-detached cottage which is located in the heart of this popular village of Kirk Ireton. This home has a wealth of character and original features and is extremely well presented throughout. The accommodation comprises; entrance hallway, dining room/ground floor bedroom, shower room, dining kitchen, two utility rooms, study and ground floor bathroom. On the first floor there are a further three double bedrooms. Outside there is a pleasant garden with paved patio and decked seating area leading up to a good sized lawned garden. Viewing highly recommended. No Upward Chain.
Kirk Ireton is a popular and highly convenient village location having a shop, church, village inn and Church of England primary school (rated as "Outstanding" by Ofsted). Kirk Ireton is featured in Derbyshire Life (August 2013) where it is described as "one of the county's finest settlements south of Carsington Water". Located nearby are the market towns of Ashbourne and Wirksworth and Carsington Water, noted for its leisure facilities and water sports. Derby is located some ten miles to the south and there is fast access to the A38, A52 or A50 which provide access to nearby motorway networks and regional centres.
The property can be entered from the front via the part glazed door into the sitting room or from the rear where the part glazed door opens into the hallway where the door on the left leads into the
A substantial room, warmed by underfloor heating and open to the ceiling with exposed wooden purlins. This room offers a number of uses including; an additional reception room, garden room and a ground floor bedroom (its current use). There is a window to the rear aspect and double multi-paned doors which open out onto the patio and garden.
With a quarry tiled floor covering warmed by underfloor heating and having a modern suite comprising of a tiled shower enclosure with electric shower over, corner sink and WC. Chrome heated towel rail. There is a Velux window overhead.
With a lovely blue and terracotta tiled flooring, exposed ceiling timbers and a high quality range of matching wall, base and soft-closing drawer units with quartz worktops over. There is a central island unit with space for stools, windows to front, side and rear aspects providing a good level of natural light. There is a feature stone fireplace with inset induction hob and electric oven below. There is space for an upright fridge/freezer. An opening leads through to the
With a ceramic tiled flooring and a range of base units with granite work surface over. There is an inset Belfast sink and space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Windows to front and rear aspects. The "Grant" oil fired central heating boiler is located here. From the kitchen an opening leads through to the
A good sized reception room with exposed ceiling timbers and ample space for a dining table and chairs. There is a window to the front aspect and the stone fireplace houses the multi-fuel stove which is a pleasing focal point. TV point, matching wall lights and a useful understairs storage area. A door opens to the inner hallway where the staircase leads off to the first floor.
A good sized room with a ceramic tiled floor warmed by underfloor heating. There is a Velux window overhead, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier along with further household appliances if required. The door on the left leads into the
With a ceramic tiled flooring (warmed by underfloor heating) and having a modern white suite comprising; panelled bath with thermostatic shower fitting over, pedestal sink and a low flush WC. There is a heated towel rail and a Velux window over providing a good level of natural light.
Another flexible room, currently used as a study/store room but could also be a ground floor bedroom. Window overlooking the rear garden. Warmed by underfloor heating.
On arrival at the first floor landing we find a small picture window to the rear, painted wooden floorboards and access to the loft which has light and has been boarded for storage. The door on the right leads into
A good sized double bedroom with a built-in storage cupboard with shelving which also houses the hot water cylinder. There are painted exposed purlins and trap door access to a second roof space. Window to the side which has views down the village towards the church. Velux roof light window with fitted blind.
With painted floorboards and a window to the front aspect.
With a window overlooking the rear garden. The bulkhead for the staircase provides a useful storage area.
Immediately to the rear of the property is a stone paved patio area with steps that lead up to a decked area, ideal for sitting and enjoying the late afternoon sun. Further on there is a lawned garden, edged by raised stone borders having a wealth of trees and plants. The garden is enclosed by a range of stone walling and timber fencing. There is a stone garden store, two timber garden sheds and the oil tank.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band D which is currently £2042 per annum.
The approach from our Wirksworth Office is to proceed down St John Street crossing over the mini roundabout junction. Proceed along Derby Road leaving Wirksworth travelling into open countryside for approximately 2 miles. Turn right as signposted for Kirk Ireton into Wood Lane. Continue up and along this road until reaching the village of Kirk Ireton passing the church and the school which are positioned on the right hand side, and thereafter Sunnyside Cottage can be found on the left.