We are delighted to offer For Sale this delightful stone-built, semi-detached cottage which is located in this sought after location of Bolehill, a short distance from the centre of Wirksworth. This home, nestling in a quite private location, occupies a larger than average garden plot and is well presented throughout. The property benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. The accommodation comprises; entrance porch and utility, kitchen, guest's cloakroom and WC, dining room and sitting room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there are extensive, mature gardens which enjoy quite superb views over the surrounding countryside and enjoy a good level of privacy. Viewing Highly Recommended. Virtual Tour Available.
Bolehill is popular hamlet with a great sense of community. Black Rocks and the 17.5 mile long, traffic free, High Peak trail are a short walk from the door and the area is perfect for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and climbers alike. A short drive drive (or better still, a 10 minute walk across the fields!) takes you into Wirksworth, which offers an excellent range of amenities including shops, eateries, medical centre, schools, library and cinema. Carsington Water, with its water sports and nature trails, is approximately four miles to the west and Bakewell and Chatsworth House are approximately ten miles away. Other facilities associated with the Peak District National Park are within easy reach. It should also be noted that the nearby A38 provides swift onward travel to both the north and south, nearby regional centres and the main motorway network. There is a railway station in nearby Cromford with direct trains to Derby.
The property is accessed via the wrought iron gate where steps lead up to the paved terrace and then the part glazed door opens into the
With a quarry tiled floor, hooks for coats and hats and an overhead Velux window providing a good level of natural light. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. A part glazed door leads through to the
With a slate tiled floor and a matching range of solid beech wall, base and drawer units with a Beech block worktop over and inset stainless steel sink. There is a freestanding "Smeg" gas cooker with extractor hood over, plumbing for dishwasher and extra appliance space for an undercounter fridge or freezer. There is a side aspect window and a part glazed door which leads through to the
A really attractive split level room with beamed ceiling and handsome original Gritstone feature fireplace with exposed stone chimney breast, matching wall lights, telephone point, front aspect window with marbled window ledge and an original built-in cupboard with stripped pine doors housing the electric meter and modern consumer unit. Stripped pine doors lead to the sitting room, staircase and
Comprising a low level WC, wash hand basin inset in a louvred door vanity unit with tiled splashbacks, cupboard over and a side aspect window with obscured glass.
A bright and welcoming reception room with an exposed timber ceiling and a wood-burning stove set within the chimney breast with stone lintel over. There are windows to front and rear aspects, TV point and matching wall lights.
On arrival at the first floor landing we find a front aspect, double glazed window with beamed lintel over and a pine, cottage-style door that leads into
A good sized room with a front aspect double glazed window enjoying superb views across the valley. There is a panelled door giving access to a built in wardrobe/hanging space.
A double room with a rear aspect window and built in shelving. There is an enlarged hatch providing access to the loft.
Having two side aspect windows overlooking the garden. The "Baxi" combination boiler which provides the hot water and gas central heating for the home is located here.
With painted floorboards and a suite comprising of a freestanding claw foot bath with shower fitting to taps and mosaic tile surround, low flush WC and a pedestal sink with tiled splashback. There is a chrome heated towel rail, a wall mounted Dimplex electric heater and a front aspect double glazed window with obscured glass.
The property has large south facing gardens to the rear backing onto a wooden copse and enjoying views out across the valley. It is on various levels and enjoys a good degree of privacy. It has a wrought iron entrance gate onto a paved patio area with steps up to a pathway leading right up to the top of the garden where there is an enclosed decked area providing a wonderful facility for warm weather dining or just simply enjoying the wonderful views.. There are two patio areas, various areas of lawn and an extensive variety of shrubs/mature trees and plants.
It is best approached by leaving Wirksworth Market Place along Cromford Road and up Steeple Grange. Take the right hand at the War Memorial onto New Road and continue to the top. At the junction turn right then immediately left onto The Lanes and proceed to the end of this road where you will see a white painted door. The property is along this lane, the last house on the left. It is recommended that on the first visit, viewers should park on The Lanes and walk to the property.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band D which is currently £2125 per annum.