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2 bedroom detached house for sale

West End, Brassington, Matlock, Derbyshire

Sold STC £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Wealth of original character
  • Substantially improved and refurbished
  • Oil fired central heating throughout
  • Lounge with magnificent Esse multi-fuel burner
  • Formal dining room with fireplace and wood burning stove
  • Quality fitted kitchen with granite work surfaces
  • Modern stylish shower/wet room
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Large family bathroom
  • Delightful terrace cottage garden

Full description

A superb and charming Grade II listed period detached cottage enjoying an idyllic location in a highly favoured village and offering a wealth of original character.

General Information -

A superb, refurbished and sympathetically improved, Grade II listed period detached cottage, constructed of stone beneath a pitch tiled roof and enjoys an enviable location in the highly popular village of Brassington.

The cottage has been painstakingly improved to a high standard and detailed specification yet retains a wealth of charm and character.

The oil fired centrally heated living accommodation includes; lounge with Travertine floor and Esse multi-fuel burner, formal dining room with wood burning stove, handcrafted fitted kitchen with shaker style units and granite work surfaces, wet/shower room, first floor passage landing, two genuine double bedrooms and a large family bathroom with deep storage cupboards.

Outside, there is a delightful cottage style terrace garden with flagstone patio and a range of flowering beds. Allocated parking is provided to the property, courtesy of a written letter from a local mining company based in Nottingham, granting owners use of a car parking space to the front of the property for two vehicles with no charge attributable. The neighbour adjacent has pedestrian rights only over the driveway.

The sale provides a very genuine opportunity for a discerning purchaser to acquire this delightful Grade II listed cottage having retained an abundance of charm and character and offering a quality home. Viewing can be strongly recommended.

Location -

Brassington is a highly popular village with swift access to Carsington Reservoir, Matlock, Wirksworth, Ashbourne and the Peak District National Park. It has local pubs, excellent Infant and Junior schooling and falls in the catchment area for the Senior schooling in Ashbourne.

Accommodation -

On The Ground Floor -

Lounge - 4.47m x 4.32m (14'8" x 14'2") - Magnificent Travertine floor, superb stone feature fireplace with Derbyshire Grit stone hearth and Esse multi-fuel stove, adjacent recess believed to be an original bread oven, built in timber plinth with storage cupboard, windows with original stone mullions, shutters and bench seating, two school type central heating radiators, lime plastered walls, solid wooden entrance door, beams to ceiling and pine and glazed door providing access to:

Formal Dining Room - 4.2m x 4.2m (13'9" x 13'9") - Original stone feature fireplace with wood burning stove, school type radiator and additional central heating radiator, windows with original stone mullion, shutters and bench seat, Travertine tiled floor, stairs to the first floor, lime plastered walls, adjacent alcove believed to be original bread oven, understairs storage cupboard, painted beams to ceiling and decorative wall lights.

Wet/Shower Room - Recently installed with full tiling to main walls and floor, shower cubicle with glazed side screens, door and power shower, built in w.c., wash hand basin, heated chrome towel rail and heated wall stone radiator.

Superbly Appointed Kitchen - 4.75m x 2.2m (15'7" x 7'3") - (Recently installed Shaker style fitted kitchen to a high standard and specification) comprising, inset Belfast sink unit, base cupboards under, granite work surfaces adjacent, full range of base and drawer units, complimentary wall mounted cupboards, breakfast bar, built-in large Range oven with extractor hood over, tile flooring, plumbing for automatic washing machine and school type radiator.

On The First Floor -

Passage Landing - Built-in storage cupboard and central heating radiator.

Bedroom One - 4.8m x 3.88m (15'9" x 12'9") - Built-in floor to ceiling wardrobes, decorative window with original stone mullions and double central heating radiator.

Bedroom Two - 4.2m x 4.2m (13'9" x 13'9") - Cast iron decorative feature fireplace (not included), double central heating fireplace, pine and glazed internal door and window with original stone mullions.

Family Bathroom - With full height storage cupboards, delightful suite by Sanitan comprising low level w.c and panelled bath with pine panelling and mixer shower taps, half panelling to main walls and central heating radiator.

Outside & Gardens -

To the front of the property there is a stone built store. Allocated parking is provided to the property, courtesy of a written letter from a local mining company based in Nottingham, granting owners use of a car parking space to the front of the property for two vehicles with no charge attributable.

To the rear there is a delightful garden offering a variety of flagstone patios, flowering beds and well stocked borders. It is an idyllic sun trap.

Directional Note -

From the offices of Scargill Mann & Co in Ashbourne, proceed along The Green Road heading out towards the countryside. Travel through the village of Kniveton and then continue along this main road for approximately 2 miles. Turn left, where signposted for Brassington, and travel into the village, down the hill. Just as the road climbs up, bear left and proceed past the local pub for approximately 11/2 miles and then turn right into West End. The property is then situated on the left hand side as denoted by our 'For Sale' board.

Viewing -

Strictly by arrangement through Scargill Mann & Co - Ashbourne office (DM/LHS).

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25 April 2016

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