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3 bedroom detached house for sale

The Coach House, Ashcroft, Butts Road, Ashover, Derbyshire, S45

Sold STC £475,000

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Nestling in an idyllic and tranquil position this truly delightful three bedroomed detached stone built barn conversion stands only a few hundred yards from the heart of this highly regarded village. The stylish accommodation is ideal for a family, professional couple or the retired and possesses a wealth of character with stunning views. Gas central heating, double glazing and comprises: hall, utility, shower room, bespoke dining kitchen, breakfast room, sitting room, third bedroom , landing, master bedroom with barn door and wonderful vista, second bedroom and Victorian period bathroom. Ample parking for four vehicles, large workshop/garage with potential, beautiful private south facing garden.

Location - Ashover is one of Derbyshire's most highly regarded and sought after villages which is comprehensively served by a host of local amenities including a renowned infant/junior school which has had an exceptionally good Ofsted rating. There is also a doctors, excellent public hostelries, sports ground and shops. Standing equidistant between Matlock and Chesterfield, the nearby cities of Sheffield, Derby, Nottingham, along with the M1 motorway are all easily accessible for daily commuting.,

The Accommodation Comprises -

Entrance Hall - Having a front door, radiator and double glazed window.

Utility - With plumbing for a washing machine, ample room for freezer and tumble dryer and within which is housed the gas fired combination boiler. Window to the rear.

Cloakroom/Shower Room - Having a tiled shower with electric shower unit, period pedestal wash basin and 1900's high flush Victoriana w.c. Radiator, extractor fan and double glazed Velux roof light.

Dining Kitchen - Having a range of bespoke Shaker style handmade units complemented by a granite working surface and inset double bowl Belfast style sink. There is a recess suitable for a range cooker, double glazed windows with French clay tiled sills, oak lintel above the mullioned window and painted beams to the ceiling. Plumbing and space for a full size dishwasher. Beautiful stone flagged floor, radiator and staircase to the first floor.

Breakfast Room - With double glazed windows and twin French doors to the garden. Oak flooring and two exceptionally large store rooms leading off, which could quite feasibly be opened up to make a larger area.

Sitting Room - With exposed feature lovely mellow brick work, mullioned double glazed windows to the front and side, built in seating, oak beams, oak flooring and multi fuel range.

Bedroom Three - Perfect for a teenager or elderly dependent and has a radiator, double glazed window and access to the roof void above. This room could possibly be opened up into the adjacent garage to form an en-suite dressing room and bathroom.

First Floor Landing - With hand painted panelling.

Master Bedroom - Being a lovely light room with radiator, built in cupboards, Apex ceiling, two double glazed Velux roof lights and broad double glazed barn door which takes full advantage of the wonderful vista across the valley.

Bedroom Two - With radiator and double glazed mullioned windows.

Bathroom - Having a French early 1900's pedestal wash basin, claw foot cast iron roll top bath and high flush w.c. Shaver point, radiator, extractor fan and double glazed Velux roof light.

Outside - A limestone gravelled driveway leads in to ample parking and turning space for easily up to four vehicles and in turn affords access to the exceptionally large workshop/garage.

Large Workshop/Garage - Which in itself has considerable potential, power, light and twin timber doors. The garage has been plumbed for heating if so desired.

Beyond the parking area is a short flight of four steps descending down to the beautiful private garden, which initially encompasses a raised broad decked entertaining terrace, ideal for alfresco dining. The gently tiered lawn has natural stone dwarf walling, ornamental pond with rockery surround and an abundance of plants and shrubs. Useful timber garden store. The garden takes full advantage of the due southerly aspect and stunning views over the valley. There is also a selection of fruit trees including pear, apple, damson, plum and greengage.

Valuer - Tim Heaton/mw

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through the Matlock office.

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