3 bedroom detached house for saleMain Street, Stanton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
- Oil fired central heating
- Double glazing
- Offers impressive accommodation
- Host of character and charm
- Wide reception hall
- Superb large living room
- Good sized Farmhouse breakfast kitchen with Aga
- Second sitting room/guest bedroom
- Ground floor shower room
- Utility room
Full descriptionSpring Cottage is a delightful period, stone built property believed to have been originally constructed to comprises three cottages and over many years, have been refurbished to offer a single dwelling.
General Information -
Spring Cottage is a delightful period, stone built property believed to have been originally constructed to comprises three cottages and over many years, have been refurbished to offer a single dwelling.
Set in the heart of this highly favoured and popular village, now providing spacious family accommodation with three good sized bedrooms.
The property has been meticulously maintained by its current owner and has a host of original charm and character. A recommended internal inspection will reveal; wide reception hall with staircase off, good sized lounge with magnificent feature fireplace in stone and beamed ceilings, large Farmhouse style breakfast kitchen with Aga and handcrafted pine units with wooden work surfaces, large sitting room/garden room or guest bedroom four with direct access to a shower room and separate utility room.
To the first floor, off a spacious passage landing, there is a study area, three bedrooms and a superb refurbished bathroom.
Outside, the property benefits from a secluded and private, raised rear terrace garden which is low maintenance with patio. To the front is a deep lawned garden with well stocked flowering borders offering a host of specimen plants and shrubs, feature cast iron arched entrance access with complementary gate.
The property is further enhanced by an attached double garage with electrically powered door.
The sale provides a very genuine opportunity to a discerning purchaser to acquire this stunning, detached cottage, offered for sale at a realistic price, well worthy of further inspection.
The property stands in a unique and favoured location, central to the village with magnificent views to front and provides swift access to Ashbourne, Uttoxeter and further afield towards Buxton and Leek. The village of Stanton has a vibrant local community and popular village hall.
On The Ground Floor -
Reception Hall - 3.91m x 2.46m (12'10" x 8'1") - Solid, hardwood entrance door in dressed stone reveal, feature handcrafted open staircase to the first floor with solid oak treads and turned pine balusters, central heating radiator, revealed ceiling beams, twin pine doors to a useful built-in cloaks cupboard with hanging rail and storage shelf, telephone jack point and solid hardwood door to the garage.
Sitting Room - 6.51m x 4.57m into bay (21'4" x 15'0" into bay) - Two double glazed Cant bay windows incorporating window seats providing a delightful aspect over the garden. Feature fireplace containing wood burning stove, principally in brick with raised heatherbrown quarry tiled hearth having a wooden fender plus solid beam mantel over. Exposed ceiling beams, central heating radiator, TV point, picture/wall light point, arched alcove with hand painted stone reveal and hardwood latched door to the hall.
Spacious Farmhouse Style Breakfast Kitchen - 6.21m x 3.9m (20'4" x 12'10") - Two double glazed windows enjoying a southerly aspect over the garden. Heatherbrown quarry tiled floor and range of matching hand crafter, solid pine kitchen furniture fitted by The Old Pine Store of Ashbourne. Solid oak preparation surface with recessed Belfast sink with antique style mixer tap. Base cupboards and drawers. Integrated dishwasher. Double oil fired Aga cooker with adjacent base cupboards on wither side with polished granite top and additional pine pan display shelf over on moulded corbels with rails between. Matching dresser unit with polished oak display area. Central heating radiator. Two revealed ceiling beams. Recessed ceiling lighting. Panelled door to PANTRY with range of fitted shelving, heatherbrown quarry tiled floor and electric light. Stable style pine door to:
Second Sitting Room/Guest Bedroom - 4.98m x 3.89m (16'4" x 12'9") - Twin double glazed French windows and further adjacent double glazed windows providing a delightful southerly aspect over the garden. Solid oak flooring complemented by oak architraves and skirting boards. Two central heating radiators. TV point. Picture light point. Panelled latched door to:
Utility Room - 2.87m x 1.94m (9'5" x 6'4") - Terracotta style tiled floor. Beech preparation surface with recessed Belfast sink with mixer tap and base cupboard. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Mistral oil fired central heating boiler with wall mounted programmer. Further adjacent recess suitable for cooker. Central heating radiator. Recessed ceiling light. Extractor fan. Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and stable style door to the garden. Panelled latched door to:
Ground Floor Shower Room - Including a shower with tiled walls, chrome shower fitting and sliding shower door. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks and illuminated mirror over. Low level w.c. Ladder style heated towel rail/radiator. Extractor fan. Double glazed window. Terracotta styled floor.
Please Note -
We would point out that the second sitting room, utility room and shower room lend themselves to form a separate annex for an elderly relative, teenager etc. In addition, there is trap door access to the roof space which would lend itself to form an additional fourth bedroom to the first floor if desired (subject to planning permission). This area also forms very useful storage facilities and has the benefit of a Velux roof light to the rear.
To The First Floor -
Semi-Galleried Landing - Useful first floor study area, extensive display shelf, two arches, double glazed window and central heating radiator.
Bedroom One - 4.81m x 3.03m into wardrobe depth (15'9" x 9'11" i - Large double wardrobe with hanging rail and storage shelving, central heating radiator, double glazed dormer window providing a superb view over part of the village and rolling Staffordshire countryside.
Bedroom Two - 3.68m x 3.01m (12'1" x 9'11") - Central heating radiator. Gabled double glazed dormer window to the front.
Bedroom Three - 3.95m x 2.73m (13'0" x 8'11") - Double aspect with double glazed windows to the side and rear. Central heating radiator. Trap door access to roof space.
Sumptously Appointed Bathroom - Panelled bath with shower over and fully tiled surrounds, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin with cupboard beneath, built-in airing cupboard housing the lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater, tiled floor, contemporary electric heater, heated chrome towel rail, decorative spotlighting and full tiling to main walls.
Outside & Gardens -
There is a delightful large area of garden to the front of the house enjoying a high degree of privacy screened by mature hedging and trees including a slightly raised natural stone sun terrace together with matching path to a further raised sun decking area, both terraces giving way to a lawn which gently slopes away from the property.
There is also a central stone path to the entrance gate. Herbaceous borders surround part of the lawns and the principal of which is edges in natural stone and has a varied selection of ornamental plants plus roses.
Further paved area to the side with twin wrought iron gates to the rear garden which is principally on two terraces retained by natural stone walling with lawns bordered by natural stone dry walling to the side and rear. An aluminium framed cold frame is included with oil storage tank.
Attached Double Garage - Up and over electric door.
Directional Note -
From Ashbourne, proceed along the Mayfield Road, travelling towards Leek. After approximately 3 miles, take the turning left for Stanton. Approaching the village, the property will be located on the right hand side.
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