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2 bedroom barn conversion for sale

The Old Dial Barn, 1, Tors Springs, Crich Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4

Sold STC £335,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Two Double bedroomed Barn Conversion
  • Well appointed and well presented throughout
  • Off Road parking & Storage Shed
  • Easy to maintain gardens to front and rear

Full description

TPS are proud to offer for sale this unique detached two double bedroomed barn conversion enjoying delightful views over the surrounding countryside set in a popular village location .The property offers very versatile accommodation with a fore garden and an easy to maintain rear garden, having the benefit of covered off road parking for two vehicles and a built in storage shed.

Accommodation - The property is offered for sale with no upward chain and this home has gas fired central heating (under floor heating in the Kitchen) and has sealed unit double glazed windows throughout including the roof light windows.
The accommodation briefly comprises :Ground floor : Dining hallway, Ground Floor Bathroom, Utility, Boot room, Ground floor Bedroom and Breakfast .First floor : Living room, Master bedroom with en-suite Wet room

Location - Crich is a popular village in the heart of Derbyshire surrounded by open countryside. Crich has a good range of local amenities including a post office, village store, doctors surgery, hairdressers, village inn and primary school. The location is highly convenient for other surrounding centres including Belper (six miles to the south), Matlock (eight miles to the north), Nottingham (sixteen miles to the east, Derby (twelve miles to the south) and Junction 26 of the M1 Motorway (thirteen miles) which provides fast access to other nearby regional centres and the main motorway network. Crich was used extensively in the filming of Peak Practice and is the home to the Tramway Museum and Crich Stand is the Regimental Memorial of the Sherwood Foresters.

The panelled entrance door provides access to the

Dining Hall - 4.05m x 4.82m (at the widest point) (13'3" x 15'10 - Having a wood laminate flooring, this spacious versatile room has a staircase with handrail, balusters and feature posts lead to the first floor, a rear aspect double glazed window with opaque glass. Ceiling light, smoke alarm and central heating radiator, opening into the Breakfast Kitchen, doors to the Boot room, Utility and Bathroom respectively room and a front aspect deep silled double glazed window

From the Dining Hall a feature glazed part wall with wooden inserts and steps down to the

Breakfast Kitchen - 4.29m x 3.73m (14'1" x 12'3") - Having an array of bespoke built Pippy Oak wall and base units and decorative wine rack, this well equipped kitchen has an integrated dish washer, space for a large American style fridge freezer, space for a Range cooker with gas rings and a double oven ,extractor canopy over, tiled splash backs,under floor heating, ceramic tiled flooring, inset ceiling lights, a cast iron central heating radiator, an inset Belfast sink with mixer tap set within the granite work surface .The feature of this room is the granite topped centre island having seating and with space for a wine fridge. A pair of French double glazed doors with matching side windows opening into the enclosed rear garden with rooftop views over the surrounding countryside

Boot Room - This useful room is partially tiled with power and light and wall mounted shelving, and currently houses the combi boiler which provides domestic hot water and heating to the property.

Utility Room - Having a roll edged preparation surface with wall mounted and base units .An appliance space suitable for an automatic washing machine, inset ceiling light, electrical sockets and tiled flooring.

Ground Floor Bedroom Two - 4.55m x 2.44m (14'11" x 8'0") - Having front and side aspect double glazed windows with deep sills, this delightful double bedroomed has wood laminate flooring, tv socket, electrical sockets, ceiling light and central heating radiator.

Ground Floor Bathroom - 2.89m x 1.73m (9'6" x 5'8") - This well-appointed modern bathroom is fully tiled and having a white suite comprising of a pedestal wash hand basin, a low level WC and a bath having a thermostatic shower over with glazed shower screen. Inset ceiling lights, a wall mounted tubular chrome radiator, extractor fan and a deep silled side aspect double glazed window.

First Floor - Staircase rises from the Dining Hall with a continuation of the handrail, balusters and posts opening out into a

Large Galleried Living Room - 7.89m x 4.34m (at the widest point) (25'11" x 14'3 - Having a pair of French double glazed doors with matching side windows opening onto a Juliet Balcony, with far reaching views of the surrounding countryside, this spacious room has revealed ceiling beams, ceiling mounted lights, carpeted flooring, electrical sockets ,TV point ,two central heating radiators, ceiling light, smoke alarm, and three double glazed roof light windows. A door provides access to the

Master Bedroom - 4.54m x 2.71m (1.05m x1.40m dressing room) (14'11" - This double bedroom with a front aspect deep silled double glazed window and one double glazed roof light window has wood laminate flooring, revealed ceiling beam, ceiling light, central heating radiator, electrical sockets and a dressing area with built in wardrobes. A door opens into the

En Suite Wet Room - 1.56m x 2.57m (5'1" x 8'5") - This individually designed room has a thermostatically controlled shower with power shower head and separate hand held shower spray, pebbled flooring, glazed screen and a wall mounted chrome tubular style radiator, low level W.C ,wall mounted illuminated mirror and inset ceiling lights. A stone basin with mixer tap set onto a stand , wall mounted mirrored cupboard with lights and further tiling to the walls and flooring.

The Gardens & Parking - To the front of the property is an easy to maintain fore garden which is enclosed with stone walling and accessed via a pedestrian wood gate with shrubs and bushes.
The property has the benefit of partially open garage built of brick with slate roof allowing for space for two vehicles. There is a useful storage shed with power and light and plumbing for white goods.
The garden to the rear is accessed via a further wooden pedestrian gate and also from the Kitchen opening onto a flagstone patio with raised seating area. Steps down lead to a further area of garden which is laid with pea gravel and an inlaid path continuing to a tiled circular feature following through to a planted arbour with a paved pathway continuing to a pergola and a further seating area being bordered by timber fencing, the property has the benefit of planning for a shed or off road parking.

Directional Notes - The approach from our Matlock Office is to proceed south along the A6 passing through Matlock Bath and in turn the traffic light junction at Cromford. Thereafter continue along the A6 crossing over the River Derwent and thereafter bear left as signposted for Whatstandwell and Crich. Continue along this road passing through Whatstandwell until reaching Crich. Upon reaching Crich at the Market Place turn right onto The Common. Proceed along The Common where the property will be located on the left hand side as denoted by our for sale board

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