Grant's of Derbyshire are delighted to offer For Sale this deceptively spacious end terraced town house. Situated close to the centre of the popular town of Wirksworth and believed to date back to around 1830, the property retains many fine original features. It is well presented throughout, benefits from gas central heating and hand crafted sash windows. There is the scope to alter the room use as required but at present there is a reception room and a double bedroom on each of the three floors. The dining kitchen is on the first floor and the bathroom along with the utility and WC are on the ground floor. The property currently operates as a successful holiday let. Viewing highly recommended to fully appreciate the quality and size of the accommodation on offer. No Upward Chain.
A timber entrance door to the side of the property provides access to the Entrance Hall, with stairs rising to the first floor and down to the
The focal point of this room is the feature fireplace with Derbyshire sandstone hearth and surround and brick back. There are quarry tiles to the floor and original features include the wood panelling to the wall, fitted pine cupboard and there is also a useful understairs storage cupboard. A stable style door leads out onto the neighbouring property with a legal right of access across. There is a sash window to the side aspect and timber doors providing access to the utility/bathroom area and
With sash windows to the front and side aspects this room has a small feature fireplace with a stone hearth, wooden boarded floor and a timber front entrance door.
With a Yorkshire sash window with opaque glass to the side aspect and stone flagged flooring. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine as well as ample room for further appliances/storage as required. Within the room is a built in airing cupboard. Two ledge and brace doors to the rear open to the Store and the WC and a further door opens to the bathroom.
With fitted shelving
Fitted with a low level WC.
With a slate tiled floor and exposed brick to one wall, this room is fitted with a pedestal wash hand basin with decorative tiled splashback and a pine panelled bath with shower over and smart white metro tiled surround. Above the bath is a large skylight with frosted glass.
At the top of the staircase leading up from the entrance, timber doors to each side open to the sitting room and
This is a good sized double bedroom with a boarded floor. There is a cast iron fire with stone surround and to the left of the fireplace is built in cupboard. Natural light floods through the windows to the front and side aspects and these also allow delightful views over the rooftops to the surrounding countryside.
This room is full of character with the original wood panelling to one wall, a fitted cupboard in the recess to the left of the window, the original pine floorboards and the tiled hearth with brick back housing the multi-fuel stove. The window to the side aspect provides pleasant views down Coldwell Street to the hillside beyond.
A staircase leads up to the second floor and to the rear of the room is the opening to the
A stunning room with a sense of space and light. Again with wooden flooring, this room is fitted with a range of stylish base units with beech work surfaces and white tiled splashbacks. There is an inset double Belfast sink with swan neck mixer tap and a built in electric oven with five ring gas hob and small window above. In addition there is a sash window to the side aspect and a most impressive feature skylight with hand blown glass. Space is available for a freestanding fridge freezer as well as ample room for a good sized dining table and chairs. There are exposed beams to the ceiling and a timber door to the rear opens out to the exterior of the building.
Reached via the stairs rising from the sitting room which lead directly into
With original floorboards and a side aspect sash window with delightful views of the hillside in the distance. This room also has plumbing in place for an upstairs bathroom if required. There is the wall mounted boiler and a hatch providing access to the loft which is not boarded but is well insulated. A door opens to
With beautiful wide boards to the floor and exposed beam to the ceiling, this is good sized room with the windows to the front and side aspects allowing excellent far reaching views.
A small rear yard is accessed from the kitchen and this leads to a side entrance gate on Chapel Lane. There is a pedestrian right of way over the neighbouring property to the side entrance door from the sitting room.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band B which is currently £1653 per annum.
It is best approached by leaving the Market Place in Wirksworth town centre in the direction of Cromford and take the first turn on the right at the Red Lion Hotel. Proceed for just a short distance down Coldwell Street and No 17 is located on the left hand side.