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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Market Place, Cromford

Sold STC £184,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Superb Three Bed Cottage
  • Central Village Location
  • Energy Performance Exempt
  • Well Presented Throughout
  • Grade II Listed
  • Ideal Holiday Let
  • Must Be Viewed!

Full description

We are delighted to offer for sale, this two/three bedroom, Grade II listed, gritstone character cottage which was built in 1790 by Sir Richard Arkwright. This home is located in this sought after village of Cromford famed for it's Derwent Valley Mills, now a World Heritage site. The property has been upgraded with many modern day comforts whilst retaining a wealth of original features. The accommodation is arranged over three levels and comprises of; entrance hall, sitting room, dining kitchen with utillity area, On the first floor there is bedroom three/ lounge and a bathroom. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms. To the rear there is a small courtyard garden with outside store. Simply Must Be Viewed!

About Cromford - The property is located in the heart of this village with a wealth of amenities including newsagents, deli/cafe's, post office, antique and curiosity shops as well as the infamous Scarthin Books. The respected Prinary school is a short walk away and the home is in close proximity to the Cromford Canal and High Peak Trail. Matlock is approximately three miles to the north and Wirksworth approximately two miles to the south, both of these towns offering a wide variety of amenities including shops, schools and leisure facilities. Carsington Water is approximately six miles with its noted leisure facilities and water sports. The nearby A6 provides swift onward travel to both the north and south. Cromford railway station provides fast access to Derby station.

Ground Floor - The property is accessed via the small foregarden with wooden gate which leads up to the part glazed hardwood front door, opening directly into the

Entrance Hall - 3.95m x 1.52m (13'0" x 5'0") - Having a picture rail, cream and terracotta quarry tiled floor covering and cupboard housing the gas and electricity meter. There are hooks for hanging coats etc. Feature panelled folding doors open into the

Sitting Room - 4.94m x 2.62m (16'2" x 8'7") - (Former measurement taken into the bay window). With picture rails and a continuation of the quarry tiled floor. There is a bay- fronted sash window with patterned glass to the front aspect with useful cupboard under. A double radiator is subtly enclosed by an ornate wooden cover and there is an open fire with cast iron grate with a granite hearth and wooden surround providing a pleasing focal point to this room. TV and BT point. The folding doors can be opened back to enlarge this reception room if required.

Dining Kitchen - 3.58m x 2.6m (11'9" x 8'6") - With a stone flagged floor and a recently installed bespoke fitted kitchen comprising of base units and deep drawers with soft closers topped with an oak block worktop. There is an original built in cupboard, shelving to the recess and space for a gas range. There is a side window overlooking the courtyard and ample space for a dining table and chairs. The understairs cupboard provides an ideal location for a fridge/freezer. An opening continues into the

Utility Room - 2.17m x 1.87m (7'1" x 6'2") - With a continuation of the kitchen units with oak block worktop, inset 1.5 bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap over, integrated dishwasher, wall mounted shelving around the perimeter, conservation window overhead, side window and door which leads out to the rear garden..

First Floor - From the kitchen, a panelled door with glazed panel provides access to the staircase which rises to the first floor. There is a three panel glazed window overlooking the Mill Pond at Cromford and the door on the right leads into

Bedroom Three / Lounge - 4.4m x 3.6m (14'5" x 11'10") - Currently used as an additional reception room but could easily be used as a bedroom if preferred. A substantial and elegant room with wide plank wooden flooring, picture rails and an open fireplace with Hopton Wood stone surround which wraps around the chimney breast. There is a casement window with secondary glazing to the front aspect, pendant lighting, TV and BT point.

Bathroom - 2.8m x 2.3m (9'2" x 7'7") - A touch of luxury here with a three piece suite comprising of a claw foot cast iron bath with shower over, vanity wash hand basin set within a substantial pine cupboard and a wood panelled low flush, concealed cistern WC . There is an original cast iron fireplace and a casement window which overlooks the Mill Pond at Cromford.

Second Floor - Stairs from the first landing rise to the second landing where the first door on the right leads into

Bedroom One - 3.92m x 3.48m (12'10" x 11'5") - A substantial master bedroom with a bank of fitted wardrobes on both sides of the room and the original built in cupboard with shelving. The front window with secondary glazing overlooks the Market Place.

Bedroom Two - 3.6m x 2.3m (11'10" x 7'7") - With oak flooring, wood panelling to the side wall and shelving. The built in cupboard houses the combination boiler which provides the hot water and gas central heating for the home. The window to the rear overlooks the rear courtyard and the Mill Pond at Cromford.

Outside - Just to the rear of the utility room there is a gravelled courtyard with raised beds having a variety of shrubs and plants, fully enclosed and thus providing a good level of privacy, The former outside WC is a most useful store having power and light. A rear gate provides separate access to the Market Place if required.

Directional Notes - The approach from our Wirksworth Office at the Market Place is to proceed towards Cromford along Harrison Drive. After passing the petrol station along Cromford Road proceed up Steeple Grange passing under the bridge with the High Peak Trail and travel down Cromford Hill into Cromford. The property will be located on the left hand side of the Market Place clearly denoted by our "For Sale" board

Council Tax Information - We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band b which is currently £1288 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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16 August 2016


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