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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

King Street, Ashbourne, Derbyshire

Sold STC £310,000

Property Description

Key features

  • NO UPWARD CHAIN
  • A wealth of revealed ceiling beams
  • Gas central heating
  • Spacious dining kitchen with hand built fittings
  • Dining room with inglenook
  • Ground floor shower room and separate guest cloakroom
  • First floor galleried landing forming a study
  • Feature first floor lounge with fine exposed ceiling trusses
  • Two large principal bedrooms both with en-suites
  • Further bedroom accessed off the secondary staircase

Full description

NO UPWARD CHAIN - Character cottage occupying a highly convenient location close to the centre of Ashbourne and benefitting from off street parking for two vehicles. Wealth of revealed ceiling beams. Gas central heating. Delightful secluded south-facing garden with store.

General Information -

The Old Coach House comprises a fascinating property with the original part believed to date from the 17th century and having a later three-storey Victorian extension. It is further believed that it formerly comprised part of one of the cottages to Ashbourne Hall and the later Victorian area may have been used as a wheelwrights. This area also having been used as the Derbyshire Brass Rubbing Centre and prior to that, traditional tea rooms.

Considering the amount of character the property offers there is also a high degree of versatility, in particular a point of note is that the Victorian part of the building on the ground floor comprises of two additional reception rooms, one of which having en-suite facilities plus this area could be used as a annex for a dependant relative / teenager or could be let on a shorthold or a holiday let basis. Furthermore it should be noted that the property has full planning permission which was granted on 20th January 2014 for conversion to three dwellings - Planning Application Number 13/00821/FUL.

Internal inspection will reveal character accommodation featuring exposed brickwork, beams and ceiling trusses and on the ground floor there is a spacious dining kitchen with matching solid pine units, dining room with inglenook, ground floor shower room and adjacent guest cloakroom. The principal staircase provides access to a galleried landing forming a study and there is also a lounge with exposed cathedral-style ceiling and this area readily used as an additional fourth bedroom if required. There are three further bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities. Ample car parking is provided to the front and there is a delightful very secluded south-facing rear garden.

Location -

The property is located within the conservation area of Ashbourne, known as the Gateway to the Peak District National Park comprising Britain's oldest national park and providing some stunning and beautiful scenery. The town provides an excellent and varied range of amenities including shops, schools (including the noted Queen Elizabeth Grammar School), transport and recreational facilities and is situated only thirteen miles west of Derby city centre.

The A50 dual carriageway is located some eight miles to the south of the town and provides convenient onward travel to the M6 and Stoke on Trent to the west and the M1 and other East Midlands centres (including East Midlands International Airport) to the east. Local private education includes Denstone College, Abbotsholme, Derby High School, Derby Grammar School for Boys, Trent College and Repton Public School.

Accommodation -

Very old period styled Victorian door to:

Spacious Dining Kitchen - 13'4" x 14'7" (4.06m x 4.45m) - Having a range of hand built units in pine, the principal of which comprises a base unit with recessed deep white glazed Belfast sink, solid pine surround, matching splashback, range of undercupboards and drawers. Adjacent wide cooker recess. The superior Envoy free-standing oven range is included in the sale comprising an electric fan-assisted oven, grill, adjacent warming cupboard, four-plate gas hob and adjacent griddle, two substantial exposed hand painted ceiling beams, one forming an inglenook with additional recessed handcrafted solid pine cupboard with preparation area over and adjacent recess suitable for an upright fridge/freezer. Additional solid pine work surface of the opposite side of the chimney and fireplace with fascinating built-in period enamelled cooker range with raised tiled hearth, central heating radiator, latch door to walk-in pantry with fitted shelving, traditional hand painted wall panelling and also including the gas meter. Enclosed staircase to the first floor off with laundry cupboard beneath including hot and cold plumbing for an automatic washing machine and shelving over. TV aerial point. Telephone jack point. Please note there is an original quarry tiled floor beneath the floor coveirng. Window to the front and upvc framed double glazed window overlooking the rear garden plus rear door.

Sitting Room - 15'9" x 14'2" (4.80m x 4.32m) - A very charming room which really must be seen to be appreciated with exposed brick walls, exposed ceiling beams, part traditional hand painted wall panelling and the measurements include the depth of the inglenook with recessed beam over and central brick fireplace and chimney breast with blue brick raised hearth and further period recessed oven range, now ornamental. TV aerial point, telephone jack point, two central heating radiators, two upvc framed double glazed windows providing a delightful aspect over the secluded rear garden. Latch door to the additional reception room specified below. The measurements also incorporate the:

Utility/Cloaks Area - With fitted coat hooks, shelving, hot and cold plumbing and waste for an automatic washing machine and duct for a tumble dryer.

Rear Hall - With door to the garden, central heating radiator, upvc framed double glazed window and second staircase to the first floor off.

Inner Lobby - Central heating radiator, exposed brick walls.

Separate Ground Floor Shower Room Off - With wash basin having a tiled splashback and large tiled shower with chromium-plate shower fitting.

Adjacent Fitted Guest's Cloakroom - With white suite including a bracket wash basin having a tiled splashback, low suite w.c., extractor fan, hand painted traditional wall panelling to one wall

First Floor -

Galleried Landing / Study - 13'4" x 9'8" (4.06m x 2.95m) - Measurements including the stairwell. The landing forms a STUDY and features exposed brick walls, cathedral-style ceiling with exposed purlins and ceiling joists, central heating radiator, telephone jack point, upvc framed double glazed window overlooking the rear. Latch door to:

Lounge - 17'8" x 14'5" (5.38m x 4.39m) - A further fascinating room, again having exposed, cathedral-style ceiling featuring purlins, ceiling joists and truss plus the exposed original brickwork and timber wall plates. Chimney breast, TV aerial point including Sky, telephone jack point, two central heating radiators, two upvc framed double glazed windows, again overlooking the rear garden.

Inner Lobby - With further short staircase to a landing having a wrought iron balustrade. Feature recessed illuminated display cabinet with fitted shelving and sliding glass doors. The stairs continue to the second floor off.

Bedroom Two - 24'3" x 7'2" plus 4'9" x 6'8" (7.39m x 2.18m plus - The latter area forming a dressing area. TV aerial point including Sky, telephone jack point, original fireplace boarded to the front but having a white painted surround incorporating a display mantel, stylish central heating radiator. The room benefits from a double aspect having two upvc framed double glazed windows to the front and further matching window to the side.

En-Suite Shower Room - With white fittings complemented by ceramic wall tiling and including a large shower with bow-fronted shower door. Adjacent glass display shelving and Showerforce chromium-plated shower fitting, pedestal wash basin with mixer tap, low suite w.c., chromium-plated ladder-style fitted towel rail/radiator, upvc framed double glazed window.

Second Floor -

Galleried Master Bedroom - 25'0" x 13'7" (7.62m x 4.14m) - A very large room, the measurements including the stairwell. Again this room features cathedral-style ceiling with exposed grafted purlins and central Queen post truss, two central heating radiators. The room features EN-SUITE FACILITIES facilities including a most interesting period restored white enamelled roll-edged bath with period-styled mixer tap incorporating a hand shower, pedestal wash basin, tiled splashback, separate low suite w.c. With wall mounted Glow-worm combination gas fired central heating boiler. The bedroom has the benefit of a triple aspect with upvc framed double glazed windows to the front, side and rear, the latter providing a particularly fine view over part of the old town with Bradley Wood on the horizon.

The staircase from the kitchen provides access to:

Bedroom Three - 15'6" x 14'9" (4.72m x 4.50m) - (Presently used as a snug and study). Period fireplace (now ornamental) incorporating a display mantel. The measurements include the stairwell and balustrade, TV aerial point, central heating radiator, window to the front, upvc framed double glazed window to the rear.

Ground Floor -

Please note: The ground floor area of the property ideally forms the principal entrance or is suitable for commercial use subject to any necessary planning approval. The accommodation comprises entrance door to:

Room One - 17'10" x 13'6" (5.44m x 4.11m) - The measurements including the store room. Which would form an additional sitting room to the main residence if desired. Wood grained effect flooring, ornamental fireplace having an exposed brick surround, two electric panel radiators, bracket wash basin, telephone jack point, TV aerial point, moulded dado rail, upvc framed double glazed window, very extensive understairs general storage cupboard with wash basin, shelving and electric light.

Room Two - 13'5" x 7'4" (4.09m x 2.24m) - Including the ground floor shower room facilities having a matching wood grained effect floor covering. The room has the benefit of a double aspect with upvc framed double glazed windows to the front and side.

The ground floor shower room facilities include a tiled shower with Triton T80 electric shower fitting, pedestal wash basin by Roca having a tiled splashback, low suite w.c., also by Roca, electric extractor fan.

Outside -

There are two car parking spaces immediately in front of the house. There is a delightful rear garden enjoying an exceptionally high degree of privacy and also a southerly aspect, well screened by brick walling, close boarded timber fencing and including a sun patio with terrace area immediately to the rear and paved path with adjacent lawn having herbaceous border. Further block paved area, ideal for alfresco dining. Gravelled area.

Large Light Garden Shed - 12'7" x 9'7" (3.84m x 2.92m) - With electric light and two external power points. Rear pedestrian access is provided via a secure handgate.

Directional Note -

The approach is by turning right out of our office continuing up the hill to the first turning on the right into King Street and The Old Coach House will be located on the right hand side as denoted by our For Sale board.

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