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2 bedroom cottage for sale

Hemp Yard, Kirk Ireton

Offers in Region of £299,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Detached Cottage
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Energy Rating Exempt
  • Located in Centre of Village
  • South Facing Garden
  • Parking for 3/4 Vehicles
  • Grade II Listed

Full description

Located just off the centre of this most popular village of Kirk Ireton, this Grade II listed, two bedroom detached home is now being offered for sale. The property has been upgraded to an extremely high standard whilst retaining a wealth of original features throughout. Situated in a larger than average garden plot and enjoying south facing views, the accommodation comprises of; entrance porch, dining room, sitting room and handmade kitchen (completed in 2015). There is a ground floor bathroom and two double bedrooms. A block paved driveway to the front provides parking for 3/4 vehicles. We would recommend an early viewing to appreciate the quality of accommodation on offer.

About Kirk Ireton - Kirk Ireton is a popular and highly convenient village location having a shop, church, village inn and Church of England primary school (rated as "Outstanding" by Ofsted). Kirk Ireton is featured in Derbyshire Life (August 2013) where it is described as "one of the county's finest settlements south of Carsington Water". Located nearby are the market towns of Ashbourne and Wirksworth, which in turn provide a broader range of local amenities. Also located nearby is Carsington Water, noted for its leisure facilities and water sports. Derby is located some ten miles to the south and there is fast access to the A38, A52 or A50 which provide access to nearby motorway networks and regional centres.

Ground Floor - The property is accessed via the block paved drive which leads to the

Entrance Porch - 5' x 3'1 (1.52m x 0.94m) - Entered via the painted hardwood door and having a side aspect window which provides far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. An opening leads into the

Dining Room - 12'2 x 9'9 (3.71m x 2.97m) - (The latter measurement being taken into the recess beneath the staircase). With an engineered oak flooring, exposed ceiling timbers, matching cast iron wall lights with hand blown glass, Victorian style radiator and delightful, original Gothic, iron window to the front aspect with exposed stonework to the sides. The staircase leads off to the first floor. The feature stone fireplace houses a log burning stove. A staircase leads off to first floor and a solid oak door leads into the

Sitting Room - 12'8 x 11'5 (3.86m x 3.48m) - A welcoming and cosy room with a continuation of the oak flooring. A feature stone fireplace houses the "Clearview" wood-burning stove. The room is well lit thanks to the side aspect window and the south facing, Gothic window to the front aspect with exposed stonework to the sides. There are matching, cast iron wall lights, exposed ceiling timbers and a handmade cupboard which provides useful storage. TV point. From the dining room, steps lead up to the

Kitchen - 10'6 x 9'9 (3.20m x 2.97m) - This handcrafted, bespoke fitted kitchen has a range of matching wall, base and drawer units which are part painted, part solid oak, topped with a solid oak block worktop. There is a one a half bowl ceramic sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and an integrated fridge. Cooking appliances include a Neff oven and grill, induction hob. The "Grant" condensing boiler is neatly housed in a matching base cupboard. There is a conservation roofllight window, feature exposed stone wall to one side with oak fitted shelf over. The window to the front aspect overlooks the patio and garden with door providing access to the garden. A solid oak door leads to the

Bathroom - 9'6 x 4'6 (2.90m x 1.37m) - With stylish italian floor and wall tiles and having a white suite comprising of a low level, concealed cistern WC, wall mounted sink with storage cupboard under and panelled bath with thermostatic shower fitments. There are recessed spot lights, an electric shaver point and a chrome, ladder style towel rail. A conservation rooflight window and window to the front aspect provide a good level of natural light.

First Floor - From the dining room, the staircase rises to the first floor where there is an overhead, built in shelf for storage of books etc. The first solid oak door on the right leads into

Bedroom Two - 9'9 x 7'8 (2.97m x 2.34m) - With exposed ceiling timbers, built in wardrobe and a Gothic style window to the front aspect which provides superb, south facing views over the surrounding countryside.

Bedroom One - 12'3 x 11'6 (3.73m x 3.51m) - With exposed ceiling timbers, original stone fireplace with inset cast iron grate, again we have a Gothic style window to the front aspect providing superb views. TV point.

Outside - Immediately to the front of the property, which is undoubtedly a feature of the sale, is an extensive block paved driveway which provides ample off-street parking for three /four vehicles and in turn provides access to the feature stone entrance porch. The driveway is enclosed by a range of stone walling and has stone steps up with a picket fence and gate providing access to the garden. The garden is laid mainly to lawn, enclosed by stone walling with inbuilt seating area. There is a range of mature plants to the borders which provide a colourful display in the spring/summer months. (Photos attached are provided by the current owners). Just outside the kitchen door, there is a stone patio area which is ideal for warm weather dining, all enjoying a good degree of privacy. Timber shed having power and light is included in the sale.

Directional Notes - The approach from our Wirksworth Office is to proceed down St John Street crossing over the mini-roundabout junction. Continue along Derby Road leaving Wirksworth travelling into open countryside for approximately two miles. Thereafter turn right as signposted for Kirk Ireton into Wood Lane. Proceed along Wood Lane bearing to the left into Hob Lane. Continue to climb Hob Lane until reaching the village of Kirk Ireton. The Primary School is located on the right hand side and for first time viewers, we would recommend that you park on the road near here. Hemp Yard is opposite the school and Yew Tree Cottage is situated a short distance along here on the right as clearly marked by our "For Sale" board.

Council Tax Information - We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band D which is currently £1600 per annum.

Disclaimer: All measurements in these details are approximate. None of the fixed appliances or services have been tested and no warranty can be given to their condition. The deeds have not been inspected by the writers of these details. These particulars are produced in good faith with the approval of the vendor but they should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract.


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