Grant's of Derbyshire are delighted to offer For Sale this spacious semi-detached family home ideally located on the outskirts of Matlock, enjoying superb far reaching views and within close proximity to Highfields School and the Lumsdale Valley conservation area. Having undergone a programme of refurbishment by the current owners, the accommodation itself briefly comprises entrance hallway, guest cloakroom, sitting room, open plan kitchen/dining room with adjacent conservatory, utility room, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the front of the property is a large driveway providing ample off road parking. Beyond double gates is a detached stone built garage and to the rear of the home is a fully enclosed garden which is laid mainly to lawn but also incorporates a paved patio area. The property benefits from gas central heating, uPVC double glazing and is extremely well presented throughout. Viewing Highly Recommended.
To the front of the property, a part glazed uPVC door with matching side windows provides access to the
From here, with decorative leaded centre pane and leaded windows with stained glass above and to each side, an original panelled entrance door opens into the
A light, airy and most welcoming space. The staircase leads up to the first floor and original stripped timber doors provide access to the sitting room, kitchen and the
With a continuation of the patterned vinyl flooring from the hallway, this part tiled room is fitted with a dual flush WC and a contemporary style wash hand basin set within a vanity unit. There is a heated towel rail and an obscured glass window to the side aspect.
This is a good sized reception room with plenty of natural light flooding through the large bay window to the front aspect. There is deep coving to the ceiling and a fireplace with stone hearth housing a multi-fuel stove.
This superb L-shaped open plan kitchen/diner is absolutely ideal for modern family living. The kitchen area is fitted with a good range of wall and base units with wooden work surfaces and smart tiled splashbacks. Inset appliances include the fridge, freezer, dishwasher and the electric oven with four ring gas hob and extractor hood over. The one and a half bowl sink with swan neck boiling water tap is ideally located beneath the window to the rear aspect looking out onto the garden. There is also a breakfast bar and a wall mounted heated towel rail. Within the dining area of the room is ample space for a large table and chairs and additional base and wall units are fitted in the recesses to each side of the chimney breast. A fireplace with raised hearth houses the log burner. To the rear of the room a wide opening provides access to the
A pleasant spot in which to sit and enjoy the outlook onto the garden. A glazed door to the side opens out onto the patio area.
From the kitchen is a part glazed timber door and two steps down into this porch. It has tiled flooring and a window to the front aspect. To the side is a uPVC door with glazed panel providing access to the exterior.
Within the porch is a timber door opening to the
With a small window to the rear aspect this is a most useful room which has under counter space for two appliances including the plumbing for a washing machine. To one wall is the Glow-worm combination boiler which was installed just four years ago.
The staircase leading up from the entrance hallway reaches the
With an obscures glass window to the side aspect and stripped timber doors opening to the three bedrooms and the bathroom.
With a large bay window with leaded top lights to the front aspect, enjoying superb far reaching views over the surrounding open countryside as far as Black Rocks and Crich Stand.
This second double bedroom has a rear aspect window with a pleasant outlook over the garden and the surrounding properties to the woodland beyond.
With the window to the front providing the same excellent views as from bedroom one, the current owners use this room as a study.
With wood effect flooring, this spacious part tiled bathroom is fitted with a four piece suite comprising dual flush WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap and vanity unit beneath, panelled bath with mixer tap and hand held shower attachment and a large walk-in shower cubicle with waterfall shower head. The room is lit by inset spotlights and there is an obscured glass window to the rear as well as a small window to the side aspect. There is also access to the attic space which is part boarded.
To the front of the home is a large driveway allowing plenty of off road parking. There is also some lawn with planted trees.
To the side are double gates providing access to the garage and leading to the delightful rear garden. This is fully enclosed and incorporates a paved patio area immediately to the rear of the property and steps leading up to the lawns.
This stone built detached garage is accessed via double doors to the front. There are windows to the side and rear.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band C which is currently £1889 per annum.
The approach from Matlock town centre is to proceed along Causeway Lane before taking a left at the mini roundabout onto Steep Turnpike. Continue up the hill and at the T-junction turn left onto Chesterfield Road. Proceed along Chesterfield Road passing the Duke of Wellington public house and number 217 is located on the left hand side after approximately half a mile.