We are delighted to offer this Two bedroom Victorian semi-detached home which is located just off the centre of this popular village of Crich. This home benefits from gas central heating ,uPVC double glazing and is extremely well presented throughout. The accommodation comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, dining room and a recently refitted modern kitchen. On the first floor there are two good sized bedrooms and a four piece family bathroom. Outside there is a sunny courtyard to the rear with a most useful outbuilding. Viewing Highly Recommended. Virtual Tour Available.
Crich is a popular village with a good range of local amenities including post office, village convenience store, artisan bakers and cafe, butchers, doctors' surgery, hairdressers, three village inns and a sought after primary school. The location is highly convenient for other surrounding centres including Belper (six miles to the south), Matlock (eight miles to the north), Nottingham (sixteen miles to the east, Derby (twelve miles to the south) and Junction 28 of the M1 Motorway (thirteen miles) which provides fast access to other nearby regional centres and the main motorway network. This home is less than a five minute walk to the village centre.
The property is accessed via the handsome stone entrance pillars where a pathway with steps leads up through the foregarden to the composite front door which opens into the
A bright and welcoming hallway with a quality American Walnut wood flooring and original features such as cornice-style coving to ceiling and archway with period style mouldings. There is a uPVC double glazed window to the side and the staircase leads off to the first floor. The door on the left leads into the
The American Walnut wood flooring continues through here and to the sitting room. There is a full ceiling height, stripped pine cupboard to the chimney recess which provides good storage for household items. A former window with walnut veneer worktop to the kitchen now provides a useful breakfast bar seating area. From the dining area a large opening leads through to the
A light and bright reception room with a large uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect providing far-reaching views. There is a polished stone fire surround with granite hearth with inset 'living flame' coal-effect gas fire providing a pleasing focal point. TV and BT points, matching wall lights and original cornice-style coving to the ceiling.
With a ceramic tiled flooring and a modern and extensive range of wall, base and soft-closing drawer units with Walnut veneer worktop over and an inset stainless steel double sink. Integrated appliances include; fridge, freezer, dishwasher, eye level double ovens and a five ring gas hob with angled extractor hood over. There are USB-enabled sockets, a uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and a part glazed uPVC door which leads out to the rear courtyard.
The elegant staircase leads up from the entrance hallway passing the uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and arrives at this spacious landing. Given that the neighbouring property has converted their loft, we can see no reason why there isn't potential to do the same here (subject to planning and building regulations). At the top of the stairs, the first stripped pine panelled door opens into the
With a ceramic tiled floor and a stylish four piece suite comprising of a panelled bath, recessed shower enclosure with thermostatic shower fitting over and glass door, pedestal sink and low flush WC. There is an obscured glass uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect.
A double bedroom with a uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear courtyard.
A larger than average double bedroom with two uPVC double glazed windows to the front aspect offering superb far-reaching views over the surrounding hills and countryside. There are ceiling height, louvre-fronted, built-in wardrobes with cupboards above providing excellent garment and household storage.
To the front of the property there is a pleasant well stocked foregarden with raised beds, ideal for the growing of vegetables and soft fruits, Immediately to the rear of the home there is a sunny, stone flagged courtyard garden, ideal for sitting out and enjoying a good level of privacy. There is a picket gate to the rear which gives access for refuse bins etc. A door opens to reveal the
Of brick built construction and having power and light with space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble drier and other appliances if required. The gas combination boiler is located here as are the electric meters and modern consumer unit. There is a uPVC double glazed window to the side.
From the Market Place in Crich continue along The Common in the direction of Fritchley and Bull Bridge taking the first left turn into Dimple Road (opposite The Loaf Cafe & Deli). Follow the road down to the left where the property can be found on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale board.
We are informed by Amber Valley Borough Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band B which is currently £1623 per annum.