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2 bedroom detached bungalow for sale

Sunny Hill, Milford

Offers Over £270,000

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Home2sell are delighted to offer this beautifully positioned detached bungalow located in the picturesque village of Milford a short drive from Belper town centre and within an easy commute of Derby. Having been recently refurbished throughout and comprises entrance hall, lounge, stunning fitted kitchen/breakfast room, two double bedrooms and a modern bathroom with spa bath. Outside are large beautifully maintained gardens, two store rooms housing the boiler and providing space for a washing machine, with a driveway and garage to to the front. Other benefits include lovely views over the village, gas central heating throughout and double glazing. Viewing Essential. DETAILS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND VENDOR APPROVAL.

Entrance Hall - Accessed via a front facing PVCu door and featuring a central heating radiator and loft hatch.

Kitchen - 3.61m x 3.58m (11'10" x 11'9") - Large modern fitted kitchen featuring a range of high gloss wall and base units with contrasting roll edge work surface, large inset sink with mixer tap, ceramic tiling to the wall and floor, integrated hob and oven with extractor over, space and points for a dishwasher, space for a large 'American' style fridge freezer, a central heating radiator, a glazed door to the side aspect and a PVCu window to the front aspect.

Lounge - 3.63m x 5.48m (11'11" x 18'0") - Large living space with feature gas fire with tiled hearth and wood surround, large PVCu window and french doors to the terrace allowing for lovely views and a central heating radiator.

Bedroom One - 4.25m x 3.02m (13'11" x 9'11") - Large master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and entertainment unit, a central heating radiator and a PVCu window to the rear aspect.

Bedroom Two - 3.02m x 2.92m (9'11" x 9'7") - Double bedroom with built in wardrobe, a central heating radiator and a double glazed window to the rear aspect.

Bathroom - Lovely, modern family bathroom with tiled walls and flooring, white suite comprising low flush toilet, pedestal wash hand basin and Jacuzzi style spa bath, central heating radiator and chrome heated towel rail, mains fed over bath shower, extractor fan, built in heated storage and a PVCu window to the rear aspect.

Outside - Stunning and well maintained gardens extend from the front to the side of the property and featuring a large lawn area with mature planting and colourful flower beds. At the rear is a low maintenance rockery garden and and lovely terrace area to the front overlooking the driveway which leads to the garage with electric up and over doors.

Area - The historic village of Milford has an excellent range of amenities locally. The city of Derby is approximately seven miles to the south providing a superb range of services including leisure centres, Westfield Shopping Centre and schools at all levels. Other regional centres include the market town of Belper offering a broad range of facilities including a supermarket, railway station, restaurants, village inns, cinema and leisure centres. Milford is also noted for its reputable village inns, primary school and is also one mile away from the village of Duffield, again offering a good range of amenities. There is fast access to the A6 and A38 leading to the M1 motorway and the property is on the doorstep of Derbyshire countryside with the Chevin and River Derwent providing some delightful country walks.

Local Historical Interest - In 1778 Jedediah Strutt built cotton spinning mills based on the pattern developed by Richard Arkwright. Having been in partnership with Arkwright who built the mill at Cromford. Part of the Milford mill still exists as well as much of the workers' housing.
Milford's claim to fame is that one of Strutt's apprentices at Milford was Samuel Slater, who absconded to America carrying Arkwright's system in his head. He settled in Pawtucket, Rhode Island and replicated Arkwright's success.
There is some debate about the origin of the name Milford. It is generally reckoned to be a corruption of mule forde and it is so recorded (briefly) in the Domesday Book when it was owned by Henry de Ferrers. There were a number of fords, which probably changed their position as the river changed its course. An old lane leading down to one of them was called "Save Penny Lane," because people who used it, and crossed the ford, saved the penny toll which Messrs. Strutt charged for crossing the bridge they had built. Afterwards, the Strutts had the ford destroyed and the river deepened. At some time, however, Milford was called New Mills. A map of 1787 names the road from Duffield as New Mills Road , and Samuel Slater's indentures as an apprentice record him as living in "New Mills, in the Parish of Duffield"

Directional Note - Leave Belper along the A6 South and upon reaching Milford proceed over the river bridge and take the first acute right hand turn onto Chevin Road. Sunny Hill is the first left hand turn, proceed up the hill where number 2a can be found on the right hand side.

These particulars are produced in good faith with the approval of the vendors and are given as a guide only. We have not tested any appliances or systems at this property
and cannot verify them to be in working order. These particulars and the descriptions and the measurements therein do not form part of any contract and whilst every effort is
made to ensure accuracy this cannot be guaranteed. Nothing herein contained shall be a warranty or condition and neither the vendor or ourselves will be liable to the
purchaser in respect of any mis-statement or misrepresentation made at or before the date hereof by the vendor, agents or otherwise.

Any floor plan included is as a service to our customers only and is intended as a guide layout only. Dimensions are approximate. Do Not Scale

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