Cottage for saleHockley House, Hockley Lane, Wingerworth, Chesterfield, S42
Offers in Region of £750,000
- A picturesque stone cottage
- Gas central heating, uPVC double glazing
- In need of refurbishment
- Situated in 3.35 acres approx of grounds
- Offering considerable development potential
*A PICTURESQUE STONE COTTAGE IN NEED OF REFURBISHMENT
Vendors - Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, General Charity.
Viewing - Available by prior appointment through the joint Selling Agents
Joint Selling Agents - Bothams Mitchell Slaney,
West Bars House
Tel: 01246 244233
Rigby & Co.,
6 Pride Point Drive,
Tel: 01332 203377
Tenure - Freehold held under Land Registry Title Deed reference No. DY343154.
Services - Mains gas, water and electricity services connected at the time of inspection, private drainage.
Local Authority - North East Derbyshire District Council, 2013 Mill Lane, Wingerworth, Chesterfield S42 6NG.
Planning Authority - North East Derbyshire District Council, 2013 Mill Lane, Wingerworth, Chesterfield
S42 6NG Planning Department 01246 231111
Highways Authority - Derbyshire County Council, County Hall, Matlock DE4 3AG Telephone: 01629 533190
Local Taxes - Entered in the Valuation List in Band F for Council Tax contribution purposes.
Possession - Vacant possession will be given upon completion of purchase.
Terms Of Sale - The property is offered for sale freehold.
Offers are invited from interested prospective purchasers subject to contract only, otherwise unconditionally.
Solicitors - Paul Hilsdon, Partner, Midlands Real Estate, Geldards LLP, Number One Pride Place, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8QR. Telephone: 01332 378351 email: Paul.Hilsdon@geldards.com
Wingerworth Village - The generally popular and sought after residential village of Wingerworth is considered well situated approximately three miles to the south west of Chesterfield town centre, fifteen miles to the south of the city of Sheffield.
This relatively large village and Parish within the District of North East Derbyshire has developed alongside and mainly to the west of the main A61 Derby to Chesterfield/Sheffield Road, junctions 28 and 29a of the motorway M1 are within daily travel and commuting distance from the village.
Sustaining a population of over 6,700 with potential growth from approved housing developments, this North East Derbyshire village sustains two groups of shops including two convenience stores, two hairdressing salons, English and Chinese food takeaway shops, a greengrocery, pharmacy, sub Post Office etc. Etc.
There are two well regarded co-ed primary schools together with pre-school and nursery groups, secondary education is provided for at the nearby modern Tupton Hall Secondary School which is considered within convenient travel distance.
Wingerworth is a village with community spirit, there are two pubs both serving food, sports facilities include football, cricket, tennis, bowls, with childrens and young peoples groups/clubs.
The Parish Church is a centre of community activity sustaining local Cubs, Scouts and Guide groups.
The existing doctors surgery is currently being replaced by a brand new modern medical centre currently under constructions, the active caring Parish Council is exploring the possibility of replacing the existing Parish Rooms and library with a brand new building under consideration towards the natural centre of the village.
Location - Hockley House is well situated off the private unadopted road known as Hockley House to the southern periphery of the Deerpark residential estate, developed during the late 1960s/early 1970s and opposite to Hockley Farm.
Once believed to form part of the Deer Park to the historic Wingerworth Hall Estate sold off during the 1920s, the gardeners cottage, kitchen garden and surrounds are still believed to subsist further along Hockley Lane.
Whilst enjoying a peripheral semi-rural location at present, a regular bus service is within walking distance, the village offers shops, schools and other facilities including sports facilities of varying types, a brand new medical centre is currently under construction at Allendale Road.
Otherwise conveniently placed for travel into Chesterfield, surrounding local sources of employment, commerce, education and entertainment, junctions 29 and 29a of the motorway M1 are within convenient driving distance facilitating ease of travel and commuting further afield, the picturesque Derbyshire Peak District, Peak District National Park and many attractions are within comfortable driving distance further to the west.
Directions - From Chesterfield town centre travel south via the A61 Derby Road, on emerging from the built-up area at Birrdholme turn right into Langer Lane, continue into the village passing the Barley Mow public house, Deerpark School, the Smithy Pond public house and Wingerworth Lido, turn left into Deerlands Road and on the first left hand bend turn right onto the unadopted lane Hockley Lane continue along and Hockley House is the first stone built cottage on the left hand side lying opposite Hockley Farm.
General - Hockley House comprises a two storey detached cottage residence of mellow part coarsed part random stone construction under a traditional slate clad pitched roof, extended to the rear in rendered masonry under a flat roof.
Equipped with gas central heating, uPVC double glazing, the once well cared for accommodation has suffered from five years or so of vacancy, rising dampness is apparent, there is a need now of general refurbishment.
N.B. Asbestos containing materials have been identified in the understairs area, this should not be accessed or disturbed.
On the ground floor, two reception rooms, fitted kitchen, rear porch and pantry, on the first floor three good sized bedrooms, combined bathroom and toilet, separate shower room.
Outside - attached boiler house/store housing gas and electric services, the Saunier Duval Xeon 60FF fanned flue boiler, hot water cylinder and Randel 102 control unit.
Adjacent garden/general store.
Triple bay garage of part brick and pantile construction only the central garage could be accessed and referenced.
The grounds are believed to have been gardened as a small holding in the past, extend to approximately 3.35 acres estimated from Ordnance Survey plans which is largely overgrown with self sett shrubs and young trees, the grounds are considered to offer valuable residential development potential subject to first obtaining any and all necessary statutory and other consents which may be required.
Offering a unique opportunity in the ever popular and sought after residential village of Wingerworth.
Unconditional offers subject to contract only are now invited the Vendor charity being subject to an obligation to obtain best value upon realisation.
Accommodation - The accommodation briefly includes
Front Entrance Porch - Stone built to 30 uPVC double glazed above under perspex roof, tiled floor, uPVC part panelled part glazed entrance door into kitchen.
Sitting Room - 15'6" x 10'0" (4.72m x 3.05m) - A through room with uPVC double glazed windows to front, side and rear, central heating radiators, tiled fireplace, Valour Home Flame gas fire, power points, fluorescent lighting, coving to the ceiling angle, door previously secured opens to understairs area asbestos containing materials present
Lobby - , staircase up to first floor
Living Room - 15'5" x 14'0" (4.70m x 4.27m) - UPVC double glazed window, obscure glazed single window from porch, stone built fireplace, natural living flame gas fire, stone slab hearth, central heating radiator, power points, ceiling lighting, coving to the ceiling angle.
Breakfast Kitchen - 15'8" x 10'" (4.78m x 3.05m) - Entrance door from front porch, uPVC part panelled part double glazed, equipped with a range of built-in oak faced kitchen units including base cupboards and wall cupboards, laminate work surfaces with oak edgings, stainless steel double draining sink unit, central heating radiators, electric cooker panel Tricity Bendix electric cooking appliance.
Rear Entrance Porch - UPVC part panelled part double glazed exterior door, uPVC double glazed window, tiled floor
Cold Store/Pantry - Walk-in with thrawls, shelving, quarry tile floor, electric lighting
First Floor Landing - UPVC double glazed window, central heating radiator
Bedroom One - 15'6" x 11'0" (4.72m x 3.35m) - UPVC double glazed window front and side, power points, over stairs storage cupboard.
Bedroom Two - 14'0" x 12'6" (4.27m x 3.81m) - UPVC double glazed window, central heating radiator, old cast iron fireplace, range of white melamine finished fitted wardrobes comprising three double and two single full height wardrobes, one wall on either side of the bedhead position, overhead linen storage cupboard, bedside chest unit
Bedroom Three - 10'3" x 10'1" (3.12m x 3.07m) - UPVC double glazed window to front and side, old cast iron fireplace, power points, ceiling lighting.
Combined Bathroom And Toilet - White fittings include a deep cast panelled bath, Armitage pedestal wash hand basin, low flush close coupled wc suite, Mira Sport electric shower unit over bath, uPVC double glazed window obscure glazed, central heating radiator, ceiling mounted heat and light fitting, tiled surrounds to sanitary ware.
Separate Shower Room - Fully tiled with shower cubicle, shower screen door, Opus 3 electric shower unit, uPVC double glazed window, Dimplex wall mounted heater and electric lighting.
Attached Boiler House/Store - 10'1" x 10'1" (3.07m x 3.07m) - Timber ledged door, uPVC double glazed window, electric power and lighting, plumbing connections for automatic washing machine, modern gas meter installed, electricity meter and fuse unit, relatively modern wall mounted Saunier Duval Xeon 60FF fanned flue boiler with Randall 102 control unit.
Outside Store - 7'9" x 4'8" (2.36m x 1.42m) - Of stone construction under flat timber decked felted roof.
Detached Garage Block - Of part brick part timber construction, part pantiled roof divided into three bays, only the central garage could be accessed, each bay measures approximately 186 x 78/5.658 m x 2.349 m
The property is set back from the lane opposite Hockley Farm with garden areas to front, sides and previously quite extensive to the rear.
The overall site extends to approximately 3.35 acres, this being substantially overgrown in need of clearance, believed to have been gardened in the past as some sort of allotment or smallholding.
Considered to offer excellent potentially valuable residential development potential, subject to first obtaining any and all statutory and other consents which will be required.
Unconditional offers to purchase are invited subject to contract only to effect a sale expeditiously on the best available unconditional terms.
For further information and viewing please contact the joint Selling Agents through whom all offers and negotiations should be conducted
Date: 24th May, 2016
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