5 bedroom detached house for saleHob Hill, Duffield, Hazelwood, Belper, Derbyshire
- Ecclesbourne School Catchment
- Four Reception Rooms
- Period Stone Detached
- Bespoke Kitchen
- Desirable Location
- Five Bedrooms
- Internal Inspection Essential
- Stunning Views
- Rural Setting
- Nearly 1/4-acre of Gardens
Full descriptionECCLESBOURNE SCHOOL CATCHMENT AREA - INTERNAL INSPECTION REQUIRED TO FULLY APPRECIATE THIS SUPERB, PERIOD STONE, FIVE-BEDROOMED DETACHED RESIDENCE enjoying gardens extending to nearly 1/4-of-an-acre, adjoining open countryside and commanding elevated views over the valley, within a rural setting in the sought-after Village of Hazelwood. the delightfully appointed and spacious Family interior has the benefit of gas central heating and double glazing, briefly comprises: -
GROUND FLOOR, Entrance Hall, Cloaks/WC/Shower Room, front Sitting Room, rear Snug/Cinema Room, formal Lounge, extended Dining Room, and luxury bespoke Kitchen. FIRST FLOOR, semi-galleried landing and further inner landing affording access to Four Double Bedrooms, Single Bedroom/Study, and stylish Family Bathroom. OUTSIDE, mature gardens with stone walling to the side elevation adjoining fields, detached stone Outbuildings, and gravel parking for up to five vehicles,. or garage space if required and subject to obtaining the necessary approvals.
The Property - An appealing detached, period residence, formerly being two semi-detached stone cottages, having been integrated to form one spacious Family Home, which in recent years has been the subject of an extensive scheme of sympathetic repair and refurbishment, which can only be fully appreciated by internal inspection. We understand that in the past, the property was in the ownership of Edith Maud Hull of Hazelwood, who is a British Novelist best known for The Sheik which became an international best-seller in 1921. The delightfully appointed interior has many character features and offers excellent Family accommodation boasting four reception rooms, bespoke handmade fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, and cloaks/WC/shower room. To the first floor, twin landings lead to four double bedrooms, bedroom five/study, and bathroom. If so required and subject t o obtaining the usual planning and building regulation approvals, the property could revert back to two, three-bedroomed semi-detached properties. Outside, the property benefits from mature and private gardens, extending to nearly 1/4-of-an-acre, with driveway from Hob Hill leading to ample gravel car standing area, or garage space, again subject to requirements and approvals. To the rear of the property is attached stone outbuildings comprising Workshop and Store, with elevated patio to the front enjoying views over the valley and beyond, and open countryside to the side.
Location - The property is situated in a rural setting within the sought-after village of Hazelwood, which lies approximately seven-miles north-west of Derby city centre, and is within the catchment area of the highly regarded Eccelsbourne School. The property is situated in an elevated position enjoying stunning south-westerly views over the valley and countryside beyond, together with stone walling to the side elevation adjoining open fields. Whilst Hazelwood is a rural setting, the property is within minutes driving distance of Duffield and Belper for a range of amenities, as well as being convenient for Carsington Reservoir and the Peak District, together with easy access to Derby offering commuting throughout the Midlands region via the A38, A50, A52 and the M1 motorway.
Directions - When leaving Derby city by vehicle, proceed north on the A6 continuing through Allestree and on entering Duffield turn left at the traffic lights into Broadway, proceeding out of Duffield on the Wirksworth Road, then after approximately two-miles, turn right signposted for Hazelwood, continuing into Hazelwood up Hob Hill before finding the property towards the top of the hill on the right-hand side.
Viewings - Strictly by prior appointment with the Sole Agents, Gadsby Nichols. REF: R12682
Accommodation - Having the benefit of gas central heating and double glazing, the detailed accommodation comprises: -
Ground Floor -
Front Entrance Hall - Having twin entrance doors, tiled floor, two central heating radiators, dado rail to the walls, stripped period pine doors to principal rooms, ceiling cornice, and stairs to the first floor with semi-galleried landing over with understairs store/utility.
Cloaks/Wc/Shower Room - Having modern white suite of low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, and wide shower cubicle with shower unit, tiled walls, tiled floor, plumbing for automatic washing machine, double glazed ash-style window to the rear, central heating radiator, and built-in cupboard housing the wall-mounted Worcester Bosch gas-fired central heating boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating.
Front Sitting Room - 3.61m x 3.58m (11'10" x 11'9") - Having double glazed sash-style window to the front enjoying south-westerly views , restored feature exposed-brick chimney breast and fireplace with cast-iron multi-fuel stove on a tiled hearth, picture railing, central heating radiator, and built-in base cupboards with shelving over.
Snug/Cinema Room - 3.61m x 3.61m (11'10" x 11'10") - Having double glazed sash-style window to the rear, central heating radiator, and TV point.
Front Lounge - 4.90m x 3.61m (16'1" x 11'10") - Having restored feature exposed brick fireplace and chimney breast with stone inset, tiled hearth and multi-fuel stove, double glazed sash-style windows to the front enjoying south-westerly views, central heating radiator, TV point, picture railing, walnut laminate flooring, and double multi-pane glazed doors opening to the: -
Dining Room - 3.89m x 3.43m max (12'9" x 11'3" max) - Having stripped oak flooring, central heating radiator, feature area to the rear with UPVC double glazed light-lantern over and UPVC double glazed double french doors opening to the rear garden, and square opening to the: -
Kitchen - 5.00m x 2.13m (16'5" x 7'0") - Having bespoke handmade cream fitments comprising three double base units, one single base unit, drawers, wine rack, four double wall units, one single wall unit, integrated fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher, stainless steel electric range incorporating five-ring ceramic hob and double oven, with stainless steel canopy over incorporating extractor hood and light, stripped oak flooring, natural-oak wood work surface areas with tiled splashbacks, stainless steel sink unit with single drainer, central heating radiator with ornate cover, and double glazed sash-style window to the rear.
First Floor -
Landing - Being of a semi-galleried design, having double glazed window to the front enjoying stunning views over the valley, ceiling cornice, dado rail to the walls, central heating radiator, and access to the loft space.
Inner Landing - Having double glazed window to the front enjoying stunning views, dado rail to the wall, ceiling cornice, central heating radiator, feature hand-painted doors to principal rooms, and built-in cupboard.
Front Bedroom One - 3.68m x 3.66m (12'1" x 12'0") - Having central heating radiator, and double glazed sash-style window to the front enjoying views over the valley and beyond.
Rear Bedroom Two - 3.63m x 3.58m (11'11" x 11'9") - Having picture railing, central heating radiator, and double glazed sash-style window to the rear enjoying views over the fields.
Rear Bedroom Five/Study - 2.54m x 2.13m (8'4" x 7'0") - Having picture railing, central heating radiator, and double glazed sash-style window to the rear enjoying views over open countryside.
Front Bedroom Three - 3.63m x 3.61m (11'11" x 11'10") - Having picture railing, central heating radiator, and double glazed sash-style window to the front enjoying valley views.
Rear Bedroom Four - 3.68m x 3.63m (12'1" x 11'11") - Having central heating radiator, picture railing, and double glazed sash-style windows enjoying views over the rear fields.
Stylish Family Bathroom - 2.49m x 2.06m (8'2" x 6'9") - Having modern white suite of low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, and claw-foot bath with shower mixer taps, tiled floor, tiled walls, double glazed sash-style window to the rear, and central heating radiator.
Grounds - The property enjoys mature, private gardens extending to nearly one-quarter of an acre, with a side driveway approach off Hob Hill leading to the gravel parking area affording up to five car standing spaces, which would also be used for garage space if so required and subject to obtaining the usual planning and building regulation approvals. Generous, approximate south-west-facing front garden with raised paved patio enjoying delightful views over the valley to countryside beyond, further gravel sitting areas, and large lawn. To the far side of the property is a gravel patio area with stone walling and lawn, adjoining fields to the side. A gravel pathway to the rear provides access to the: -
Detached Outbuildings - Of stone construction, comprising workshop/store, and further store.
Additional Information -
Tenure - The property is freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Council Tax - From enquiries of the VOA Website, we understand that the property falls within council tax band F, with Amber Valley Borough Council. However, we would recommend any prospective purchasers make their own enquiries with the local authority.
Do You Need A Survey? - If you are not buying one of our properties, but need a survey or valuation, please contact our offices for further information and advice on 01332 296396. We offer a range of surveys and valuations to cover all house types.
Ref: R12682 -
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