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4 bedroom cottage for sale

Bridge Cottage And Bridge Cottage Barn, Edale Road, Hope, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33

Sold STC £575,000

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A four bedroom, sympathetically extended, character stone built farmhouse believed to date back to approximately 1820 and set in approximately half an acre of grounds together with a large detached barn with great potential for conversion and an adjoining paddock of about one acre and approximately 150 metres of frontage to the River Noe. A truly idyllic setting. Large entrance conservatory with sun room area off, reception hall, dining room with gritstone fireplace, family room, breakfast kitchen, utility room, inner lobby, vaulted sitting room, shower room, ground floor double bedroom, rear conservatory. First floor: three bedrooms, bathroom.

Hope is a very popular Peak District village, with excellent local amenities including a variety of shops, pubs, curry house, village primary school and train service to Sheffield and Manchester.

The Accommodation Comprises - Glazed panelled double entrance doors open into the

Entrance Conservatory - Running the full width of the property with deep glazed windows overlooking the garden to the front. Tiled floor. Inner oak entrance door with sealed unit glazed top section leading into the

Reception Hall - With central heating radiator and original spindled staircase to first floor. Understairs storage cupboard.

Family Room - With front facing sash window. Stone fireplace with open dog-grate for a real fire and with built in cupboards and shelving to one side. Central heating radiator.

Dining Room - With front facing sash window with storage heater below. Original gritstone fireplace with raised wood burning stove set to a stone flagged hearth and with built in cupboard and shelving to one alcove. Original Yorkstone flagged flooring being an attractive feature.

Breakfast Kitchen - A galley style long kitchen with high quality range of Churchwoods in Tideswell distressed pine units, quarry tiled work surface and inset stainless steel sink unit set below the rear hardwood sealed unit glazed window. Included in the sale is the integrated Bosch electric oven and four ring gas hob. Space for a fridge. Further rear hardwood sealed unit glazed window and central heating radiator. Room for a table and chairs. Rear pine entrance door with Georgian style sealed unit glazed top section. Georgian style glazed door leading through to

Utility Room - With stone flagged floor and housing the Worcester gas fired combination central heating boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Plumbing for a washing machine. (Potential to open through to the conservatory).

Inner Lobby - With Georgian style glazed door giving access to the

Sitting Room - Forming part of the extension which has been built and constructed with high insulation values and having a high vaulted ceiling. Rear hardwood sealed unit glazed window overlooking the attractive garden and with views up to Lose Hill. To one wall is the original exposed stone wall of the farmhouse. Two double panel central heating radiators, hardwood glazed French windows with matching panels to either side leading through to the

Front Conservatory/Sun Room - With lovely country views.

With access off the inner lobby

Shower Room - With shower cubicle with chrome thermostatic shower, low flush w.c., and wash hand basin. Fully tiled. Obscure sealed unit glazed window and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 4 - With rear facing wood grain effect uPVC sealed unit glazed window with central heating radiator below and deep picture window looking through into the conservatory. High vaulted ceiling with roof timbers and high level storage. Recess LED lighting.

First Floor Split Level Landing - With front facing sealed unit glazed sash windows and central heating radiator. Access to loft.

Bedroom 1 - A front facing double bedroom with sealed unit glazed sash window having attractive country views. Exposed pine floor boards and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 2 - A front facing double bedroom with sealed unit glazed sash window having attractive country views. Electric storage heater. Access to loft.

Bedroom 3 - A rear facing bedroom with sealed unit glazed window and central heating radiator.

Bathroom - With full suite comprising roll top cast iron bath with clawed feet, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush w.c. Fully pine panelled. Central heating radiator and wood grain effect uPVC sealed unit glazed window. Linen storage cupboard.

Outside - To the front, attractive garden with lawn and well stocked floral borders and spectacular country views. Access to either side of the property. To the rear, terrace and extensive lawned area. Old orchard with several fruit trees. Car hard standing area for two cars with access off Lose Hill Lane. The garden extends through to a beautiful paddock beyond the garden which has access from the top road and also the bottom road, and fronts onto the River Noe and is a tranquil setting with a variety of mature and young trees.

Large Detached Stone Built Barn - With a slate roof and with its own access off Edale Road and adjoining the paddock which is owned by Bridge Cottage and which in turn is next to the River Noe in a lovely picturesque setting.

The barn would be ideal, subject to any necessary planning permission, for ancillary accommodation to the main house for a dependent relative, running a business from or converting into one, two or three holiday cottages. Draft plans and sketch proposals were previously drawn up in 1989 for conversion to two units, both with two double bedrooms or three units with one double bedroom. The paddock has gated access from Edale Road next to the bridge and is ideal for those enjoying outdoor pursuits or keeping animals and hens etc.

General Remarks - The property has the benefit of eighteen solar panels to the roof which were installed in 2010 on a 25 year Government Scheme. Further details available from the vendors.

Directions - From Hope village, drive along Edale Road, go past The Cheshire Cheese and after approximately a quarter of a mile there is a fork in the road to the left leading onto Lose Hill Lane, to the right continue along Edale Road and Bridge Cottage is at the junction. The separate detached barn is further down Edale Road just before the bridge. Parking is either to the front on the road or there are two parking spaces 75 metres up Lose Hill Lane on the right hand side.

Valuer - James Mee/pp

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through our Hathersage office.

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