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4 bedroom link detached house for sale

Back Street, Castleton, Hope Valley

Withdrawn from Market £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Three bedroom stone built cottage in the heart of Castleton
  • Wonderful array of period features, including original 'cruck' beam, fireplaces and stone mullions
  • Sitting room with original fireplace
  • Superb bespoke kitchen with range and stove
  • Dining room with original fireplace and parquet flooring
  • Utility / boot room
  • Office / occasional bedroom
  • Master bedroom with dressing room, and luxury en-suite
  • Luxury family bathroom
  • Driveway parking, cottage garden and courtyard

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

CASTLETON Forever afforded a place in history by its association with the Blue John Mines, the village of Castleton lies in this sought after valley running through the Peak Park sheltering in the lea of Mam Tor and Edale Moor. The home lies in the shadow of Peverill castle and just off the historic market place and village green. Conveniently placed for excellent local facilities within the village including a post office, village shop, public houses and numerous eateries. The village is commuting distance of both Sheffield and Manchester by car or via train, from the neighbouring village of Hope. Castleton village's infant school provides primary education and leads on to the Hope Valley College in the adjoining village of Hope and further independent schools are located in Bakewell, Sheffield and Macclesfield. Located in the Peak District National Park the village is surrounded by stunning scenery ideal for leisure pursuits including hill walking, fly fishing and cycling. 

DESCRIPTION A charming, stone built three bedroom cottage with origins dating back to the 14th Century, located just off the market square in Castleton. This wonderful home has been tastefully modernised by the current owners and retains many original features including stone fireplaces, stone mullions and a fine example of a 'cruck' beam. The spacious ground floor comprises, entrance with utility/ boot room, bespoke kitchen, double aspect dining room and sitting room with fireplace and stove. Off the sitting room is a home office/ occasional bedroom with French windows opening to a courtyard and a versatile garden room which completes the ground floor. At first floor level, a landing leads to the master suite with dressing area, a luxury family bathroom and two further bedrooms. Outside, the property benefits from driveway parking, a delightful cottage garden, and a stone built shed. An internal viewing is essential to fully appreciate this truly charming Derbyshire cottage. 

 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 September 2016

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