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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Main Street, Scropton, Derby

£299,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Modern living with many period features
  • Central heating
  • Breakfast kitchen
  • Utility room
  • Downstairs WC.
  • Dining room
  • Conservatory
  • Lounge
  • On the first floor, bedrooms one and two
  • Family bathroom

Full description

This delightful four bedroom semi-detached dwelling was formerly the Headmasters House to the village school dated from 1850; the property is centrally heated and has been refurbished to offer modern family living yet retaining many period features including iron lattice windows and period fireplaces; the accommodation extends to 1519 sq ft; and briefly comprises of country style breakfast kitchen, utility, downstairs WC, dining room with feature fireplace, bespoke conservatory and lounge with parquet flooring and feature fireplace. To the first floor is the principal bedroom, bedroom two with built in wardrobes and feature fireplace, period style bathroom with roll edge claw footed bath and shower enclosure; on the second floor are two further bedrooms with exposed beams. Enclosed garden mainly lawn with borders and pond, ample off road parking and double garage. EPC rating F.

General Information -

This delightful four bedroom semi-detached dwelling was formerly the Headmasters House to the village school dated from 1850. The property is centrally heated and has been refurbished to offer modern family living yet retaining many period features including iron lattice windows and period fireplaces.

The accommodation briefly comprises of country style breakfast kitchen, utility, downstairs WC, dining room with feature fireplace, bespoke conservatory and lounge with parquet flooring and feature fireplace. To the first floor is the principal bedroom, bedroom two with built in wardrobes and feature fireplace, period style bathroom with roll edge claw footed bath and shower enclosure; on the second floor are two further bedrooms with exposed beams.

Enclosed garden mainly lawn with borders and pond, ample off road parking and double garage.

Location -

Situated close to the centre of this rural hamlet, which enjoys easy access to the A50, local amenities can be found at the nearby village of Hatton and is within the catchment area for John Port School, Etwall.

Accommodation -

On The Ground Floor -

Breakfast Kitchen - 3.61m x 4.17m (11'10" x 13'8") - With a range of country style base cupboards, drawers and wall units including glazed cupboards, open shelves and plate rack, black granite worktops with inset white ceramic farmhouse style one and a half bowl sink with contemporary chrome mixer tap, tiled splash-backs, worktop lighting, fireplace recess with space for range style cooker with extractor hood over, integrated dishwasher, washing machine, integrated fridge and freezer, central heating radiator, ceramic tiled floor, double glazed window to side elevation, half glazed entrance door to front elevation.

Utility Room - 1.57m x 3.28m max (5'2" x 10'9" max) - Tiled floor, space for appliances, central heating radiator and built in cupboard housing the oil fired central heating boiler. Door to downstairs WC.

Downstairs W.C. - With tiled floor, low level WC, wall mounted wash basin with tiled splash-back, double glazed window to side elevation.

Dining Room - 3.73m x 4.70m (12'3" x 15'5") - With angled fireplace having slate hearth housing log burner, stairs to first floor accommodation with recess storage under; central heating radiator, secondary glazed lattice mullion window to front elevation, wall lights.

Conservatory - 3.02m x 5.49m (9'11" x 18'0") - With two sets of double glazed doors leading to the garden, wall light points, limestone effect tiled floor, stone feature to doorway to dining room.

Lounge - 3.68m x 3.66m (12'1" x 12'0") - With herringbone effect parquet flooring, feature cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and tiled hearth. Secondary glazed lattice mullion window to side elevation, central heating radiator.

On The First Floor -

Landing - With wall light points, central heating radiator, secondary glazed lattice mullion window to front elevation.

Bedroom Two - 3.53m x 3.67m (11'7" x 12'0") - With secondary glazed lattice mullion window to side elevation, built in wardrobes to the length of one wall, feature angled cast iron fireplace, central heating radiator and exposed floorboards.

Inner Landing - With secondary glazed lattice mullion window to front elevation; giving access to the principal bedroom and family bathroom.

Family Bathroom - With roll top claw footed bath with chrome Edwardian style mixer taps, pedestal wash basin, low level WC and curved shower tray with enclosure; tiling to bottom half of walls, tiled floor, heated towel rail, double glazed window to rear elevation, shaver point, wall light points.

Bedroom One - 3.66m x 4.09m (12'0" x 13'5") - Good size double bedroom having double glazed window to side elevation and central heating radiator, angled ceiling.

On The Second Floor -

Landing - With central heating radiator, secondary glazed lattice mullion window to front elevation.

Bedroom Three - 2.51m x 3.73m (8'3" x 12'3") - With secondary glazed lattice mullion window to side elevation, central heating radiator and exposed beam

Bedroom Four - 2.49m x 3.25m (8'2" x 10'8") - With secondary glazed lattice mullion window to side elevation, central heating radiator and exposed beam, restricted headroom.

Outside & Gardens -

A gravel driveway provides ample off road parking, gated access leads to the front of the property where the garden is mostly lawn with borders extending to the side of the property, trees, shrubbery, pond and patio areas and garden shed with power and light.

Double Garage - 5.79m x 5.44m (19'0" x 17'10") - With power and light, overhead storage, personal access door and twin entrance doors.

Directional Note -

On leaving the Burton Office turn left onto Lichfield Street, and then immediately left onto New Street, at the traffic lights turn right onto Union Street, continue straight ahead at the next three sets of traffic lights; at the fourth set turn left onto Horninglow Street, continue along the A511 following the signs for Tutbury then Hatton. Once in Hatton. Take the first exit at the roundabout signposted Scropton, onto Scropton Road. Continue along into the village and the road becomes Main Street, where the property is situated on the left identified by the for sale board.

Viewing -

Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Burton Office (RBA)

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