4 bedroom cottage for salePunch Bowl Cottage, Nottingham Road, Derby
Sold STC £159,950
- A Unique & Rare Opportunity
- Very Attractive Detached Cottage
- Four Good Size Double Bedrooms
- Originally Built As A Pub In 1758
- Arranged Over Three Floors
- Lounge & Garden Room
- Spacious Fitted Kitchen & Bathroom
- Privately Enclosed Well Stocked Garden
- Walking Distance Of City Centre
- Offered With Immediate Vacant Possession
Punch Bowl Cottage is locally listed in a conservation area and is a four double bedroomed detached property formerly a pub called the Punch Bowl Inn. It was originally built in 1756 on the site of the Framework Knitters' Cottage and situated within a short walking distance of the city centre. This delightful brick-built vernacular cottage boasts a wealth of character and charm throughout, arranged over three floors and is offered for sale with immediate vacant possession. The generous size living accommodation has the benefit of double glazing, gas central heating and consists of side entrance hall with stairs to the first floor, handmade fitted kitchen with a curved wall and with a Range style cooker included within the sale.
There is a full width front sitting room with a cast iron multi-burner, inner lobby off from the main entrance hall with a latch door and steps leading down to the cellar and a delightful garden room located to the rear of the property which enjoys a high degree of privacy and views of the extremely well established and private garden.
To the first floor split level landing leads to the generous size master bedroom measuring 18'9" in length which we feel could be split into two bedrooms subject to building regulations. There is a further double size bedroom, a spacious family period style four piece bathroom suite and to the second floor landing there are two further double bedrooms.
The property is tucked away within this secluded location yet being conveniently positioned for the city centre and the A52, which provides swift access onto the M1 motorway and the city of Nottingham.
We feel this highly unique property is a once in a lifetime opportunity and would ideally suit a growing family or an investor for student let accommodation.
SIDE ENTRANCE HALL
Entered by original door, central heating radiator, door to cellar and latch door with stairs to the first floor.
BREAKFAST KITCHEN ROOM 3.99m(13'1") door frame x 3.48m(11'5")
With multi-paned window to the side elevation. The handmade fitted kitchen comprises a range of wall mounted cupboards with base units, drawers, hard top work surface, sink and drainer with splashback tiling. There is a Range style cooker (Belling) included within the sale set into the chimney breast with tiled splashback, wood frame surround and further built-in cupboards set into the side chimney recess. There is a feature curved wall, central heating radiator, exposed wooden floorboards and half multi-paned glazed door with architraves and skirting boards.
FRONT SITTING ROOM 5.69m(18'8") x 4.29m(14'1")
A light and spacious room with two sash multi-paned double glazed windows to the front elevation and side elevation along with secondary glazing. The focal point of the room is the cast iron multi-burner set on a raised tiled hearth with feature brick surround, TV point, two central heating radiators, exposed ceiling beams and latch door.
Located off from the entrance hall which has exposed ceiling beams, tiled flooring and a latch door leading through to the garden room.
GARDEN ROOM/CONSERVATORY 5.11m(16'9") x 3.07m(10'1")
Being part brick construction with multi-paned double glazed windows to the rear and side elevations and with French doors leading out onto the garden. There is decorative tiled flooring, numerous power points, TV point and central heating radiator.
Split level landing with a small double glazed multi-paned window to the side elevation with a deep wooden sill, central heating radiator and stairs to the second floor.
PRINCIPAL BEDROOM 5.72m(18'9") into wardrobe x 4.37m(14'4")
With two double glazed multi-paned sash windows to the front elevation both with secondary glazing, a comprehensive range of fitted wardrobes providing shelving and hanging space, TV aerial lead, double central heating radiator and panelled door with architraves and skirting boards.
We feel this bedroom could be converted into two subject to the usual building regulations.
BEDROOM TWO 4.98m(16'4") recess x 5.53m(11'7")
With a feature Yorkshire sash multi-paned double glazed window to the side elevation, (sideways opening window rather than the usual vertical opening) ornamental rose, picture rail, TV aerial lead, central heating radiator and panelled door with architraves and skirting boards.
With obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation. An original 1920's Art Deco four piece bathroom suite comprising a panelled bath with shower unit over and shower rail, low level WC, a large and attractive pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, complementary tiling to the walls and floor, extractor fan, central heating radiator and panelled door with architraves and skirting boards.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
With exposed ceiling beams and timber frame walls.
BEDROOM THREE 4.45m(14'7") x 2.87m(9'5")
With sash double glazed multi-paned window to the front elevation, exposed ceiling beams, TV aerial lead, double central heating radiator and panelled door with architraves and skirting boards.
BEDROOM FOUR 3.58m(11'9") x 2.84m(9'4")
With sash double glazed multi-paned window to the front elevation, exposed ceiling beams with original timber frame walls, feature open fireplace, central heating radiator and latch door with architraves and part skirting boards.
To the side the property is entered by secured gates with a shared pathway leading to the side entrance hall. To the side and rear of the property there is an enclosed cottage garden being well screened by a tall brick built boundary wall offering a high degree of privacy. The garden is well stocked and is ideal for entertaining and can only be truly appreciated when viewed.
WORKSHOP 3.60m(11'10") x 5.10m(16'9")
With bench, cast iron fireplace with chimney, water and electric.
From Derby City Centre along Mansfield Road via the Bridge Inn Public House, Nottingham Road is located opposite the Bridge Inn, follow the road round which becomes a pedestrian path, walk for approximately one hundred yards and the property will be situated on the left hand side as denoted by our For Sale board.
Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
31 May 2013.
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