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4 bedroom duplex for sale

1, Edale Mill, Hope Road, Edale, Hope Valley, S33

Sold STC £365,000

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Spacious FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMED duplex apartment on the top floors of a converted cotton mill, with VIEWS OF THE DALE in all directions and within walking distance of the village of Edale. The mill is set in its own grounds inside the Peak District National Park and offers easy access to Sheffield and Manchester.

4 double bedrooms, 2 baths (1 en suite)
Large light duplex apartment with ample storage space
Beautiful views of Edale
Top floors of Mill conversion
Undercover parking and storage space for bikes, sports equipment
Private communal gardens
Approximately 2000 sqft

Reception hall, large sitting room, dining area both with spectacular views, and open through to well-fitted kitchen, large master bedroom with en-suite shower room, 2 further double bedrooms and the main family bathroom. On the upper floor: further large double bedroom of great character, attic storeroom/workshop, linen room, and additional roof storage. Electric storage heating throughout. Undercover parking and further storage at ground level.

Throughout the apartment the original beams and stone window sills are exposed.

Edale Mill stands in its own grounds of some 4 acres, including mature woodland, lawns and an allotment area for the use of the residents if they so wish. It is in the heart of the Peak District, renowned for its scenery and many outdoor pursuits, and is the start of the Pennine Way. Edale provides two pubs, two cafes, a school, Post Office, and general store. The station provides a regular commuting service to Sheffield (30 minutes) and Manchester (40 minutes).

The Accommodation Comprises - External cast iron staircase to the rear of Edale Mill, leads up to the Georgian style glazed entrance door opening into:

Reception Hall - 4.94m long with Dimplex electric storage heater. Attractive staircase leads to the upper floor with spindled balustrade and two excellent understairs storage cupboards. Recess low voltage lighting and recess cloaks cupboard.

Bathroom - Beautifully fitted out with full suite in white comprising panelled bath with thermostatic shower set over and shower screen door. Pedestal wash hand basin and low flush w.c. Fully tiled in natural polished Travertine with inset low voltage lighting, under floor electric heating, chrome central heating radiator/towel rail. Exposed beam.

To the far end of the hall, Georgian style glazed door leads through into the:

Sitting Room - A delightful well proportioned room, very light and spacious, with two front facing Georgian style secondary glazed sash windows with deep stone display sills and two matching side facing Georgian style secondary double glazed windows with deep stone display sills. To the front with view over the surrounding grounds, the River Noe and up to Lose Hill and Back Tor and to the side over the original tall chimney and adjacent woodland. Recently installed Quantum Dimplex electric storage heater, exposed beams, inset low voltage lighting and dimmer light switches. TV and FM aerial points and Satellite TV. Small panelled door to a small turret/box room with small window. The room opens through in an open plan manner to:

Dining Kitchen - Divided into two areas, the dining area with two rear facing and one side facing Georgian style sash windows with secondary glazing and stone display sills. To the rear overlooking the surrounding gardens and with views through trees to Ringing Roger in winter. Original exposed beam to the centre of the room. Dimplex electric storage heater. The room opens through to the:

Adjacent Kitchen - Beautifully fitted out with extensive range of good quality oak base and wall units, incorporating extensive drawers. Glazed display double wall unit and open shelf display unit and dresser style unit. Good run of work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. Concealed lighting set below the wall units. One and a half bowl sink unit. Included in the sale is the Leisure Range with double oven and grill and five ring halogen hob and warming plate, stainless steel extractor above. Integrated dishwasher, space for American style fridge freezer. Recess low voltage lighting.

Leading off the hall:

Master Bedroom - A superb principal bedroom, front facing with two secondary glazed Georgian style sash windows with deep stone display sills and with views over the surrounding grounds, the River Noe and up to Lose Hill and Back Tor. Heavy exposed beam to the ceiling and inset low voltage lighting. Dimplex electric storage heater. Fire escape door and further door providing secondary access to a shared entrance hallway with the adjoining apartment and the original main entrance down the stone spiral staircase leading to the front of the mill.

En-Suite Shower Room - With full suite in white comprising vanity unit with inset Sottini basin with marble surround, cupboard below and large vanity mirror set over and mirrored vanity cupboard. Concealed low flush w.c and large shower cubicle with chrome mixer shower with Victorian style drop head shower. The room is fully tiled with underfloor electric heating, inset low voltage lighting and exposed beam. Chrome central heating radiator/towel rail.

Bedroom Two - A front facing double bedroom with secondary double glazed Georgian style sash window with stone sill and with views over the surrounding grounds, the River Noe and up to Lose Hill and Back Tor. Exposed beam and wall heater.

Bedroom Three - With two rear facing Georgian style secondary double glazed sash windows with deep stone display sills and overlooking the surrounding flower meadow and with views through trees to Ringing Roger in winter. Exposed original stone wall surround. The room is split level with a sleeping area to one end. Three exposed beams to the ceiling, built in wardrobes set to part of one wall with cupboards set over and Dimplex electric storage heater.

From the hall, dog legged staircase leads up to the:

Upper Floor -

Bedroom Four - A superb studio style room with vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and king post roof truss giving a lovely spacious overall effect. Set into the gable wall which has the exposed original stone work, feature wide stone arch with Georgian style lunette window and stone display sill looking out to the original mill chimney, surrounding wooded area and through and across to the valley. Exposed pine floor boards, Dimplex electric storage heater, telephone point and useful eaves storage cupboard with light.

Leading off a small landing:

Storeroom/Workshop - With built in storage cupboard. Leading off this area:

Linen Room - Housing the hot water cylinder. Electric towel rail and linen storage shelves. With plumbing for a washer and extensive drying facilities. There are also additional washing and drying facilities provided communally in the laundry room on the ground floor.

Leading off the storeroom:

Further Eaves Storage Area -

Outside - An attractive sweeping driveway leads off the main road, through woodland to the front of the mill where there is a ample vehicular parking. Apartment 1 has its own private space within the open fronted garage. Access from the entrance turret, to a LARGE COMMUNAL UTILITY/LAUNDRY ROOM which provides additional storage space, excellent for secure storage of bikes and outdoor equipment etc. Extensive garden and grounds, part wooded, which are communal and extend to approximately four acres. Shared vegetable patch area of approximately half an acre. Lawned area to the front of the mill and immediately adjoining the wooded banks of the River Noe. Communal garden store.

To the rear of the mill there are areas of wild meadow with numerous mature trees, and a natural pond. The former mill pond and inlet stream provide a haven for resident wildlife and rare plant species.

General Information - The property is Leasehold. The Freehold has recently been purchased by the seven owners and is managed by Edale Mill Limited of which you have 1/7th share. Drainage is to a private treatment works and there is no gas available.

Service Charge - The service charge for this year is approximately £2,000 and is higher than normal due to external painting. This covers insurance of the building, window cleaning, and maintenance of the sewerage treatment plant, the building and the grounds.

Directions - Edale Mill is located about ½ mile to the east of Edale Village, on the Hope Road. The entrance can be found approximately 100 yards after Mill Cottages.

Valuer - James W B Mee

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through the Hathersage office.

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