We are delighted to offer For Sale, this two bedroom character cottage which is located in Church Walk, a short walk from the centre of Wirksworth and is amongst several of the town's historic buildings including St Mary's Church and The Old Grammar School. This home, presented over three levels, benefits from gas central heating and has a wealth of character and original features throughout. The accommodation comprises; sitting room, dining kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. There is a fully enclosed courtyard to the rear and from the front, the property enjoys the most pleasant views over St Mary's Church and the surrounding hills and countryside. Viewing Highly Recommended. No Upward Chain.
The property is entered via the solid wood door with glazed panel which opens into the
A charming reception room with an exposed oak beamed ceiling, original stone fireplace surround with old brick inset, wide stone flag hearth and gas fire, a mullioned window to the front with two opening casements and a wide window sill finished in old blue and red quarry tiles, beneath which are gas and electric meter cupboards with moulded pine doors. There is wooden display shelving to three of the room's walls. The staircase leads off to the first floor and has a useful understairs cupboard. A latched door leads into the
With a beamed ceiling and a traditional range of painted wall and base units with stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and an electric cooker. There are two windows overlooking the rear courtyard and a door that leads out. The "Gloworm" gas central heating boiler is located in the roof void. There is an opening that leads back through to the sitting room and ample space for a dining table and chairs here.
On arrival at the first floor landing, the staircase continues up to the second floor and the latched door on the left leads into
Currently used as a second reception room but equally a good sized double bedroom with a fine view towards the churchyard. There is a tiled open fireplace, central beam and a further oak lintel and centre oak support pillar, telephone point and understairs storage cupboard with original pitch pine door.
The staircase continues curving round and up onto the top landing where we find a wrought iron balustrading which is open into
A good sized bedroom with a window to the front aspect overlooking St Mary's church and surrounding hills and countryside. The built-in, ceiling height cupboard houses the hot water cylinder. There is access to the loft and a latched door opens to reveal the
With a traditional white suite comprising of a panelled bath with electric shower over, a pedestal sink and low flush WC. There is a low level window with quarry tiled sill to the rear aspect.
Immediately to the rear of the home there is a pleasant and sunny courtyard with a part stone flagged, part blue and terracotta quarry tiled floor. There is a covered storage area which is ideal for the storage of garden furniture and bins etc.
From our office at The Market Place, proceed directly across the road taking the passageway way between Le Mistral Restaurant and The Picture Framers and at the exit proceed left and follow the pathway around until you see the property on the left hand side.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band A which is currently £1416 per annum.