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3 bedroom cottage for sale

The Old Smithy Smithy Lane, Parwich, Ashbourne Derbyshire DE6 1QD

Sold STC £265,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Propane gas fired central heating
  • Idyllic village setting
  • Off road car parking
  • Good sized side garden
  • Kitchen, Dining room
  • Outside utility/store
  • Local villages amenities close by
  • Located within the Peak Disrict

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

DESCRIPTION

As its name suggests The Old Smithy is understood to have been originally the village blacksmiths shop which in more recent years has been converted to provide an attractive and surprisingly spacious, three-bedroomed, detached cottage.

Situated on the outskirts of Parwich but within easy reach of the villages local amenities (shop, pubs, village school, church etc). The property now provides surprisingly spacious, three bedroomed, propane gas fired central heating. Whilst capable of immediate occupation the property also lends itself to alteration and adaptation to the purchasers choice and is considered likely to be of particular interest to the professional couple, young family or even those looking towards retirement and seeking an idyllic village home. Equally the property would make an excellent weekend or holiday retreat.

Briefly comprising sitting room, separate good sized dining room, fitted kitchen, three bedrooms and bathroom the property also has a pleasant, good-sized but easily managed garden, off road car parking and a useful outside utility/store.

Early viewing is considered essential.

ACCOMMODATION

A leaded glazed and panelled front door leads to

Open Plan Entrance Lobby with step up to

Sitting Room 152 x 124 [4.62m x 3.76m] having leaded sealed unit double glazed windows to the front, double panel central heating radiator and central ceiling beam. Wall light point and feature rustic brick corner decorative fireplace with heavy timber lintel above.

Dining Room 169 x 1010 [5.1m x 3.3m] plus recess with average depth of 36 [1.07m]. The dining room has a beamed ceiling, open plan staircase off to first floor level with under stairs storage cupboard, two wall light points and double panel central heating radiator. The recessed area extends upwards to a lean-to polycarbonate roof and features rustic brick benching. From the dining room a wide square opening leads via a step down to

Breakfast Kitchen 163 x 79 [4.95m x 2.36m] with two leaded sealed unit double glazed windows and heavily beamed ceiling. The kitchen has a ceramic tiled floor and is comprehensively fitted with a good range of units providing base and wall cupboards, drawer bank, glazed display wall cupboards, ample round edge work surfaces with tiled splash backs and worktop lighting. Appliance space and breakfast bar, integrated Electrolux electric oven with four burner electric hob over. The kitchen houses the free standing propane gas fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating. Single panel central heating radiator. Hardwood panelled leaded glazed door to the exterior rear.

Staircase to first floor level having galleried landing with inbuilt eaves storage recess.

Bedroom One 162 [4.93m] maximum x 83 [2.51m] with leaded sealed unit double glazed window to the front, single panel central heating radiator, beamed ceiling. This room accommodates the insulated copper hot water cylinder with fitted immersion heater.

Bedroom Two 126 x 9 [3.81m x 2.74m] the latter measurement taken from the behind the purlins with the room having partially restricted head height. Single panel central heating radiator, two sealed unit double glazed Velux roof lights, stripped pine floor, recessed eaves storage openings with storage facility behind.

Bedroom Three (rear) 111 x 410 [3.38m x 1.5m] with sealed unit double glazed window and deep shelved recess. Single panel central heating radiator.

Bathroom having fitments in white comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush wc with hardwood seat and lid. Painted pine floor, single panel central heating radiator, part ceramic tiled walls. There is a Triton T70si electric over bath shower and a Velux roof light.

OUTSIDE

Immediately to the front of the property is a shallow paved forecourt adjacent to which is a gravelled garden protected from the road by a natural stone wall. Beyond this the cottage has the benefit of a good sized side garden which includes a surfaced car standing space, extensive gravelled areas and planted beds and borders. There is a most useful timber garden shed and the garden houses the propane gas tank for the central heating system in the property.

To the other side of the house there is a small enclosed, concreted courtyard area providing access to the rear door of the property and also leading to a most useful lean-to utility room/store which is of block construction and has electric light and power connected and also plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

SERVICES

It is understood that mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.

FIXTURES & FITTINGS

Other than those fixtures and fittings specifically referred to in these sales particulars no other fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. No specific tests have been carried out on any of the fixtures and fittings at the property.

TENURE

The property is understood to be held freehold but interested parties should note that this information has not been checked and that they should seek verification from their own solicitor.

COUNCIL TAX

For Council Tax purposes the property is in Derbyshire Dales District band E.

EPC RATING G

VIEWING

Strictly by prior appointment with the sole agents Messrs Fidler-Taylor & Co on 01335 346246.

DIRECTIONS

From Ashbourne town centre leave in a northerly direction along the A515 Buxton Road. Upon approaching the village of Fenny Bentley turn right at the Bentley Brook Hotel signposted Bakewell and Parwich and follow this road along before turning left for Parwich. Proceed into and continue through the village passing The Sycamore public house on the right, continue following the road round to the left and then bear right before the school following the road round into Smithy Lane. The property will be found on the righthand side.

Ref: FTA1999


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