We are delighted to offer for sale, this stone built, four/five bedroom detached home which is located in the heart of this sought after village of Kirk Ireton. This home occupies a good sized plot and benefits from oil-fired central heating, quality uPVC double glazing and is extremely well presented throughout. The accommodation comprises; sitting room with multi-fuel stove, kitchen/diner, utility, a recently refitted family bathroom and three ground floor bedrooms (one of which is currently being used as a second reception/play room). On the first floor there are two further good sized bedrooms and a shower room. Outside there are is a driveway providing off street parking for several vehicles, two garages and gardens to four aspects. Viewing Highly Recommended. Virtual Tour Available. *Please note that as of November 2023 a portion of the land to the rear of the bungalow is being sectioned off with a dry stone wall across the width of the rear garden. Further details are available on request.
Kirk Ireton is a popular and highly convenient village location, having a village shop, church, village inn and Church of England Primary School (rated as Outstanding by Ofsted). Kirk Ireton, a conservation area, was featured in Derbyshire Life (August 2013) where it was described as one of the county's finest settlements south of Carsington. Located nearby are the market towns of Ashbourne and Wirksworth, which in turn provide a broader range of local amenities. Also located nearby is 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.
The property is accessed via the private tarmac driveway and then the paved pathway leads up to the part glazed uPVC double glazed door which opens into the
A good sized reception room with wood laminate flooring and a multi-fuel stove set within a stone fire surround. There are TV and Satellite connections and a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. An oak veneered door leads through to the
With a continuation of the wood laminate flooring and bathed with natural light from the uPVC double glazed windows to rear and side aspects. The staircase with useful understairs storage cupboard leads up to the first floor and there is ample space here for a family-sized dining table and chairs. In the kitchen area there is a matching range of wall, base and drawer units here with a wood block effect worktop over and inset stainless steel sink. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher and integrated appliances include an electric oven and induction hob with extractor hood over. A door opens to reveal the
A useful room for storage of coats, hats and boots etc. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier here. There is a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect and a side uPVC door leads out to the garden.
Currently used as a reception room but could equally be another double bedroom. TV point and uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. An inner hallway has doors leading off to the ground floor bathroom, bedroom three and
Neutrally decorated and having a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.
Another double bedroom with a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Stylishly tiled and recently refitted with a modern white suite comprising of a panelled bath with thermostatic shower fittings over, a vanity wash hand basin with storage cupboard beneath and a concealed cistern WC. There is a heated towel rail and an obscure glass uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect.
On arrival at the first floor landing we find two useful storage cupboards into the eaves. The left hand one is also the location for the boiler. At the top of the stairs, the door on the right leads into
A really good sized room with uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and a Velux window over providing a good level of natural light. The next oak veneered door on the landing opens to reveal the
With a slate-effect ceramic tiled floor and fitted with a white low flush WC, pedestal sink and a glass shower enclosure with thermostatic shower fitting over. Velux window overhead.
Another good sized bedroom with uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect offering great views over the village and surrounding countryside.
Immediately to the front of the property there is a tarmac driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles. This leads on to a lawned foregarden enclosed by stone walling. The garden continues around the side to the rear where just at the back of the home there is a paved seating area, ideal for warm weather dining. At the other side of the home there are two garages and a good sized timber shed.
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 then, shortly after passing The Barlow Mow Inn, Smithy Bungalow will be found on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale sign.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band F which is currently £3057 per annum.
*Please note that as of November 2023 a portion of the land to the rear of the bungalow is being sectioned off with a dry stone wall across the width of the rear garden. Further details are available on request.