5 bedroom detached house for saleThe Cottage,11/13, Churchside, Hasland, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41
Offers in Region of £775,000
This truly impressive former Gentleman's residence is delightfully located to the south of the village and is well placed for access to the motorway network, Chesterfield, Sheffield and Derby. With its attractive Georgian facade the house stands within an acre of garden which lies primarily to the rear of the building. The property offers a striking combination of a 17th Century family home with spacious 20th Century appointments. The rooms to the front of the building take full advantage of the particularly appealing views of the surrounding countryside, whilst the rooms to the rear look onto lawns and abundant fruit trees. Comprising Reception Hall. Drawing room with 17th Century open grate fireplace. Sitting room with 1661 date stone to the fireplace, multi-fuel stove and beautiful oak floor. Dining Room. Outstanding kitchen with granite work surfaces leading to the breakfasting/family room. Fitted utility. Inner hall. Cloakroom. Study. First Floor galleried landing. Master bedroom two further large bedrooms and spacious bathroom. Inner landing, bedrooms four and five. Shower room and box room, the latter being perfect for an en-suite. Full gas fired central heating. Viewing highly recommended.
The Accommodation Comprises
Having a front door with semi-circular arched window above. Central heating radiator, staircase rising to the first floor. Polished wood hand rail and spindled balustrading. Dado rail, picture rail. Attractive reproduction period ceramic tiling to the floor, with access from the hall being afforded to the dry cellar.
6.70m(22'0'') x 4.08m(13'5'')
The dimensions encompassing the front bay, the focal point being the attractive 17th century stone fireplace which incorporates an open grate fire. Large double central heating radiator. Oak flooring and ceiling light point. There is an arched recess at the far end.
6.67m(21'11'') x 3.53m(11'7'')
The dimensions encompassing the front facing bay but excluding the arched recess at the far end. This room having a multi-fuel stove set on a stone hearth, the fireplace having a 1661 date stone. There is a beautiful Junkers oak strip wood floor. Central heating radiator and additional small paned double glazed window to the side with window seat.
Formal Dining Room
4.45m(14'7'') x 3.51m(11'6'')
With oak flooring, central heating radiator, display alcove, small paned windows overlooking the gardens and grounds with an external door to the side elevation.
4.73m(15'6'') x 2.92m(9'7'')
Having an extensive range of cream fronted units with granite working surfaces, inset one and a half bowl Franke sink unit, Rangemaster electric double oven with an illuminated extractor canopy above. Travertine tiling over the working surfaces complement the units, together with concealed worktop lighting, recess suitable for an upright fridge/freezer, two ceiling light points, integrated dishwasher and high quality stone ceramic tiling to the floor that extends through into the superb:
7.07m(23'2'') x 3.46m(11'4'')
Forming a truly impressive L shaped open plan living area combined with the kitchen. This 2006 extension to the original dwelling takes full advantage of the delightful aspect over the gardens and grounds. Twin double glazed Georgian style French doors, double glazed windows, three central heating radiators and stone ceramic tiling to the floor.
3.86m(12'8'') x 3.05m(10'0'')
Re-fitted in 2011, with an extensive range of fitted cream units, quarry tiling to the floor and inset stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine, ample space for a tumble dryer. Cupboard within which is housed the Glow Worm gas fired central heating boiler. There is also ample space for an American style larder fridge.
A central heating radiator with cabinet, book/display shelving above, projecting small paned window to the front, oak strip flooring, cloaks cupboard and rear staircase to the second floor.
Having been refurbished during recent years with a white suite, comprising of a w.c. with enclosed cistern, wash hand basin with cupboards below, tiling to the floor and small paned double glazed window to the side having translucent glass.
4.10m(13'5'') x 3.51m(11'6'')
Small paned double glazed windows to the rear and side. Central heating radiator and broad recess excluded from the measurements.
1st Floor Galleried Landing
Spindled balustrading, central heating radiator, small paned Georgian window to the front, access to the roof space. Large recessed airing cupboard within which is housed the hot water cylinder.
5.00m(16'5'') x 4.06m(13'4'')
Being a beautifully proportioned principal bedroom having three central heating radiators and most useful wardrobes extending across one wall.
Double Bedroom Two
5.03m(16'6'') x 3.52m(11'7'')
Small paned windows to both the side and front, taking full advantage of the appealing views, there being a central heating radiator.
4.16m(13'8'') x 3.54m(11'7'')
Having a central heating radiator, Perriwood style built-in wardrobes. Window seat.
Having a white suite, comprising of a double ended oversized bath with centre telephonic mixer tap/shower attachment. Half tiling to the walls. Fitted units, with wash hand basin, glass fronted shelved display cabinets and w.c. with an enclosed cistern. There is also a shaver point, inset spotlights, radiator, Travertine style ceramic tiling to the floor and small paned double glazed windows to the rear.
Can be approached either by the rear staircase or by the connecting door from the master bedroom. There is a radiator and small paned sash window to the rear.
3.56m(11'8'') x 3.54m(11'7'')
Having a central heating radiator, small paned double glazed windows to the side and rear.
3.08m(10'1'') x 3.06m(10'0'')
Having a radiator, small paned double glazed windows to the rear.
3.08m(10'1'') x 1.25m(4'1'')
Which would be perfect for an en-suite shower room. Small paned double glazed window to the rear.
Three piece white suite comprising of a tiled shower enclosure with an electric Mira shower unit, pedestal wash basin, low level w.c., radiator, panelling beneath the dado rail, small paned double glazed window to the side and linen cupboard within which is housed the hot water cylinder.
Broad lime stone gravelled driveway leads in providing ample parking and turning area for numerous vehicles along with access to the large double garage. There is a private stone flagged entertaining terrace against the back elevation ideal for alfresco dining. The garden set down primarily to lawn with well stocked herbaceous beds and borders, having an abundance of plants and shrubs including Apple, Pear and Plum trees. There is also a substantial summer house having tongue and groove boarding to the ceiling and walls.
6.25m(20'6'') x 5.70m(18'8'')
Having twin electric up and over doors. Lofted storage, power, light and windows to the side. Immediately after the garage there is an excellent:
3.23m(10'7'') x 2.93m(9'7'')
Having twin timber doors, power and light.
The property which has an impressive history is believed to date back originally to 1659. The property was built for Francis Hardy and was first extended in 1661 and again in the early 1800's. The property was owned latterly by Mr William Waller who was George Stevenson's Chief Engineer.
Fixtures & Fittings
Certain furnishings may be purchased by separate agreement with the Vendors.
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