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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Troon House, Windmill Lane, Ashbourne

Sold STC £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Family Home
  • Prime Ashbourne Location
  • Spacious Reception Areas
  • Large Dining Kitchen
  • Three Bathrooms
  • South Facing Gardens
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Four Bedrooms

Full description

An immaculately presented former showhome being an individually styled detached home located in one of Ashbourne most favoured addresses this home is a must see for the family market. The ample reception space includes a dual aspect sitting room, family room and the heart of the home is the dining kitchen with large kitchen area and French doors leading out to the south facing rear gardens. Along side this there is a utlity room and cloakroom. To the First Floor there are 4 genuine double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in total making this home have great amenities for families. Externally there is a detached double garage and off road parking for many vehicles and the tiered south facing rear gardens feature a decking area leading from the rear of the home which overlooks mature and private lawned gardens incorporating water features and there are a variety of seating areas. The home is located on a tree lined lane of individual homes and has ease of access into Ashbourne Town centre which itself boasts an array of amenities and there are local routes to the primary and secondary schools all in walking distance for the able family. Ashbourne is on the door step of the Peak District and all the natural beauty this area exudes. Viewing is essential to appreciate all on offer.

Accommodation - The ample reception space includes a dual aspect sitting room with Elgin and Hall Living flame gas fire, family room and the heart of the home is the dining kitchen with large kitchen area including integrated appliances and French doors leading out to the south facing rear decking. Alongside this there is a utility room and cloakroom. To the First Floor there are 4 genuine double bedrooms with wardrobes and 3 bathrooms in total making this home have great amenities for families

Outside - Externally there is a detached double garage and off road parking for many vehicles and the tiered south facing rear gardens feature a decking area leading from the rear of the home which overlooks mature and private lawned gardens incorporating water features and there are a variety of seating areas.

Vendor Interview - Its truly fabulous location first attracted the present owners to Troon House. They explained that it enjoys the perfect location; only a few minutes walk into Ashbourne, and a ten minute drive to reach the glorious Peak District. The house itself is a spacious and well proportioned family home, in a quiet, tree lined street. The combination of location and house, has given the family fifteen happy years.

Ashbourne is a charming and picturesque market town, steeped in history. It is renowned for its annual Royal Shrovetide, medieval football match, when one part of the town plays the other, with goal posts three miles apart. There are good schools and the excellent Queen Elizabeth Grammar School is within easy walking distance from Troon House.

Ashbourne boasts a wide range of restaurants, independent shops, plus national supermarkets. The choice of leisure pursuits is exceptional, close to spectacular Dovedale and the Tissington Trail; there are miles of hikes and cycle ways to explore. The area has a number of stately homes, including Chatsworth and locally there is also Carsington Water which is a great centre for outdoor activities, and a short walk from the house, the recreation ground is a perfect childrens play area.

Favourite room: The large well proportioned rooms provide sociable spaces, ideal for family life. Daily activity revolves around the modern open plan kitchen and dining area. It is where the family gather together, and is a companionable centre where you can sit round the table and chat to the cook. A summer pleasure is to open the French doors and take a morning coffee on the raised decking, overlooking the garden.

The kitchen is also adjacent to the family room, currently used as a study, but the adaptability of the reception rooms enables you to utilise the rooms, according to personal preference.

Another favourite room: If you need some quiet down time, the sitting room is the perfect place. Whether you are curled up with a book before the Living Flame fire, watching TV, or sitting by the open doors, with the sun streaming in, it is a relaxed and calm setting.

The garden: The raised decking running wraps around the home and makes the house very much an inside, outside home and being south facing to the rear this area makes the most of the sunshine. It is pleasing to enjoy al fresco meals and look down on the garden with its circular lawn and the rich, full greenery of the shrubbery.

Unique feature: A unique factor is a circular rill and water feature, which when in use provides the soothing accompaniment of trickling water. It can also be left dry and filled with colourful plants to create a different ambiance. The garden is always a delightful place to sit and is a great outdoor entertaining space, when guests can sit either on the patio or the raised decking.

What they will miss: The owners know that in their next home they are going to have to make compromises. They feel it is unlikely that will find a home that is close to a town centre and the countryside. Troon House has been their perfect home.

Location - The home is located on a tree lined lane of individual homes and has ease of access into the market town of Ashbourne which itself boasts an array of amenities including supermarkets, boutique shops, Doctors and dentists, and an array of public houses and restaurants. There are local routes to the primary and secondary schools all within walking distance for the able family. Ashbourne is on the door step of the Peak District and features many areas of natural beauty and walks through. There is Clifton Golf Course and Carsington Water is close by for water sports and there is a leisure centre in the town. Tissington cycle trail is also close by and the area boasts natural beauty. Commutable areas include Derby, Burton, Uttoxeter, Stafford and Sheffield and East Midlands Airport is approximately 45 minutes away

Services To The Property - All mains connected

Local Authority - Derbyshire dales district Council

Viewing Arrangements - Strictly via the vendors sole agents Fine & Country

Website - For more information visit www.fineandcountry.com

Opening Hours - Monday to Friday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
Sunday 11.00 am - 3.00 pm

Agents Notes - All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given and that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. For a free valuation, contact the numbers listed on the brochure.


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