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3 bedroom house for sale

Screetham House Farm, Gladwins Mark, Ashover, Derbyshire, S45 0LR

Offers in Region of £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Well presented detached cottage style property
  • Good range of outbuildings, garaging, stables
  • Approximately 7 acres of well maintained land
  • Superb views over open countryside
  • Three bedrooms, family bathroom, Sitting room, dining room with conservatory off
  • Breakfast kitchen
  • Garaging for five cars, stabling and an open barn. Standing in well maintained gardens

Full description

An exceptionally well presented detached stone cottage style property, together with a good range of outbuildings, garaging, stables and approximately 7 acres of well maintained land. Occupying a delightful rural position with superb views over open countryside. The property offers three bedrooms, family bathroom, sitting room, dining room with conservatory off, breakfast kitchen and driveway providing ample off-road parking for several vehicles. Standing in excellent landscaped gardens with 360 degree panoramic views over fields and moorland. There is garaging for five cars, stabling and an open barn. Located within the borough of Ashover within easy reach of the towns of Matlock and Chesterfield and the villages of Ashover and Darley Dale where there are excellent amenities. The cities of Sheffield, Nottingham and Derby are within easy commuting distance.

Entering the property via a half glazed and leaded upvc entrance door which opens to:

Entrance Porch 7'6 x 5'1 (2.28m x 1.55m)

Having a polycarbonate roof, quarry tiles to the floor and a worktop, beneath which is a storage cupboard and integral freezer. There is a central heating radiator and door opening to:

Reception Hallway 9'3 x 6'4 (2.82m x 1.93m)

Having exposed beams to the ceiling, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a range of storage cupboards with solid oak doors, set beneath a work surface with a tiled splashback. A broad opening leads to:

Breakfast Kitchen 16'5 x 11'10 (max) (5m x 3.6m)

Having upvc double glazed and leaded windows enjoying superb far reaching views over the open countryside that surrounds the property. The room has a good range of oak kitchen units comprising cupboards and drawers set beneath a roll edged work surface with a tiled splashback and wall mounted storage cupboards with under cabinet lighting. Set within the work surface is a 1/ 2 bowl sink with mixer tap and a 4-ring ceramic hob over which is an extractor canopy. Beneath the hob is a fan assisted electric oven. To the centre of the room is an 'L' shaped breakfast bar and there is an integral fridge. The room has exposed beams to the ceiling and a fine feature fire place in natural stone with a heavy timber beam surround and an opening with a raised hearth creating a display niche, over the mantle is an inset clock. Fitted within the room is a ship's porthole, behind which is a circular architectural feature window. The room is illuminated by centre and wall lamp points and there is a central heating radiator.

From the reception hallway a batten door with a Suffolk thumb latch opens to:

Utility Room 9'6 x 4'11 (2.9m x 1.49m)

Having a upvc double glazed and leaded window with obscured glass. A work surface, beneath which there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine, space and vent for a tumble dryer and space for an under work surface fridge. Within the room there is coat hanging space, broom and storage cupboards.

From the entrance hallway a further batten door with Suffolk thumb latch opens to:

Dining Room 12'1 x 12'1 (3.68m x 3.68m)

Having a rear aspect upvc double glazed and leaded window with superb far reaching views over the open fields towards Beeley Moor. The room has exposed beams to the ceiling with a heavy central beam and a feature fireplace in natural stone with side plinth and polished timber mantle housing a multi-fuel stove which supplements the hot water. The room is illuminated by wall lamp points and there is a staircase with turn spindles and newels rising to the first floor. A pair of glazed and leaded doors open to:

Conservatory 15'11 x 9'7 (4.85m x 2.92m)

Being constructed in upvc with double glazed panels set upon a dwarf wall and having an apexed polycarbonate roof and a pair of half glazed entrance doors open onto the gardens. There is a wall mounted electric panel heater and wall and centre light points.

From the dining room an original broad batten door with Suffolk latch opens to:

Sitting Room 12'2 x 11'11 (3.71m x 3.63m)

Having dual aspect upvc double glazed and leaded windows enjoying the pleasant views afforded by the property. The room has a heavy beam to the centre of the ceiling and a fine feature fireplace housing an open grate. There is a fitted delft rack, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and wall lamp points. The room has a television aerial point with sky facility.

From the dining room an open tread staircase rises to:

First Floor Landing 23'10 x 3'4 (7.26m x 0.83m)

Having rear aspect upvc leaded windows with deep tiled windowsills overlooking the open fields that surround the property. The landing has a telephone point and doors opening to an airing cupboard having slatted linen storage shelving and houses the hot water cylinder which is fitted with an immersion heater. There is a built-in storage cupboard with hanging space and storage drawers. Doors with thumb latches open to:

Bedroom One 12'1 x 12' (max) (3.68m x 3.66m)

With dual aspect double glazed windows enjoying the superb views afforded by the property. The room is fitted with a good range of wardrobes providing hanging space, storage shelving and storage drawers. There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and supplementary wall mounted panel heater.

Bedroom Two 12'5 x 10'1 (3.78m x 3.07m)

With dual aspect double glazed and leaded windows with lovely views. The room is built into the shape of the roof and has built-in pine fronted wardrobes with hanging space, storage shelving, storage drawers and a dressing unit/work unit with kneehole space and drawers. The room has two central heating radiators with thermostatic valves and a television aerial point.

Bedroom Three 9'8 x 8'7 (2.95m x 2.62m)

Having front aspect windows overlooking the gardens and the open fields beyond. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, a built-in desk unit with kneehole space and drawers and deep walk-in storage cupboard with a light. There is a telephone point and television aerial point. This room would make an ideal study/work from home space if required.

Family Bathroom

A half tiled bathroom with a front aspect window with obscured glass. Suite comprising panelled bath with Victorian style mixer taps and hand held shower spray, close coupled w.c. and cottage style pedestal wash hand basin, over which is a mirror fronted bathroom cabinet. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and exposed timbers to the ceiling and walls.

Outside

The property is approached via a gated gravelled driveway which opens out to provide ample parking for several vehicles and gives access to the garage and outbuildings and fields. To the side of the driveway is an area of lawn with sculptured borders well stocked with ornamental shrubs and fine mature trees. To the side of the property is a further area of garden with a large central lawn interspersed with mature trees. Beyond the driveway there is approximately 7 acres of grassland paddocks with road frontage access and an open fronted barn. Barn 19'11 x 18'7 (6.07m x 5.66m)

Attached to the property are a range of former stone built farm outbuildings creating storage and workshop space.

Lavatory 4'11 x 2'9 (1.49m x 0.83m)

With a high level flush w.c.

Building One 10'7 x 8'8 (3.22m x 2.64m)

Having a upvc entrance with glazed panel and housing the oil fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the property.

Building Two 10'10 x 10'2 (3.3m x 3.1m)

With a rear aspect double glazed window, upvc entrance door with glazed panel, power and lighting.

Building Three 10'6 x 7'11 (3.2m x 2.41m)

With dual aspect windows, stone flagged floor, upvc entrance door, power and lighting.

Workshop 17'6 x 13'5 5.33m x 4.09m)

Having a side aspect double glazed window with obscured glass, upvc entrance door and up-and-over vehicular access, power and lighting.

Detached Four Car Garage 36'1 x 22'3 (10.99m x 6.78m)

Stone fronted recently built, with a pair of double width roller shutter vehicular access doors, side personnel door, power and lighting.

Stables 31'2 x 20'1 (9.49m x 6.12m)

Fenced paddock enclosure, with three loose boxes, power, lighting and windows to four aspects.

Services

Mains, electricity is connected to the property. Water and drainage are way of a private system and heating and hot water are provided by an oil fired boiler.

Directions

Leaving Matlock along the A632 towards Chesterfield, at the top of the steep decent to Kelstedge turn left along Wirestone Lane, at the crossroads go straight on along Screetham Lane. The property can be found on the left hand side immediately before the next junction.


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Sally Botham Estates, Matlock

27 Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NF

01629 358006 Local call rate

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