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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

1 Wreakes House, Wreakes Lane, Dronfield, Derbyshire, S18

Offers in Region of £425,000

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This spacious and elegant, four bedroomed semi detached, stone built, Georgian house offers extensive parking and has approved business use to the large double storey workshop and garage, which has potential subject to planning, for an annexe. This would equally be ideal for anyone looking to run a business or with a hobby requiring superb storage/workshop facilities. The well presented accommodation has many period features such as original window shutters and is perfect for a family offering flexible and versatile gas central heated and double glazed accommodation, which could be extended into the roof space, again subject to consents, creating a possible two further bedrooms.

The Accommodation Comprises - Reception hall, drawing room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, rear porch and utility room. First floor landing, master bedrooms with en-suite shower room, four further bedrooms with one of the bedrooms accessed from the kitchen, ideal for a teenager/guest and having an en-suite shower room. Rear private garden.

Location - Located between Sheffield and Chesterfield with ideal transportation links including rail station, Dronfield stands close to the Peak District offering a gateway into Derbyshire and to the open countryside within minutes. The town offers superb reputable schooling, civic centre, excellent recreational facilities, restaurants and supermarkets.

Reception Hall - Having a substantial front door with an appealing feature being the original glazed fanlight above; dado rail, radiator, broad corbeled arch and staircase having spindle balustrading to the first floor; central heating radiator, door opening to stairs descending down to the cellar.

Drawing Room - Having a Louis style fireplace, panelling beneath the dado rail, picture rail, cornice and an appealing feature being the original stripped pine window shutters, to the uPVC double glazed Georgian style windows; two radiators, natural wood flooring.

Dining Room - With panelling beneath the dado rail, uPVC double glazed window to the rear, ornamental fireplace, central heating radiator and natural wood flooring.

Breakfast Kitchen - Having a bespoke range of handmade pine units, solid pine and granite working surfaces, slate flooring, Belfast style sink, uPVC double glazed window to the rear, plumbing for a dishwasher, ample room for an upright fridge/freezer, gas cooker point, extractor canopy, partial tiling, radiator, beams to the ceiling, doorway through to

Rear Porch - Which has a uPVC double glazed back door, slate flooring.

Utility - With plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, freezer etc., double glazed back door and within which is housed the excellent Worcester Bosch gas fired combination boiler, this being fitted during recent years.

Access is afforded to the cellar either via the doors from the hall, or the door from the kitchen which provides useful good sized additional storage space.

Half Landing - Has a uPVC double glazed window to the rear, panelling beneath the dado rail, access to the roof space.

Master Bedroom - Has an ornamental period fireplace, strip pine cupboard to one side of the chimney breast, central heating radiator, natural wood flooring, uPVC double glazed window with distant views extending over the town towards Norton Water Tower.

En-Suite Shower Room - Nicely proportioned with a three piece white suite comprising a 'P' shaped bath with curved shower screen, thermostatically controlled shower which works off the domestic hot water system and tiled surround, half tiling extending to the remainder of the walls and to the floor, radiator with cabinet, period style high flush w.c., period Charlotte pedestal wash hand basin and useful shelf linen cupboard. The shower room is has a Jack and Jill facility i.e., connecting door to the:

Second Bedroom - Has a radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the rear.

Double Bedroom Three - Has a radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the front.

Bedroom Four - Which is another double room, ideal for a teenager/guest. It is approached via a door opening from the kitchen with stairs ascending directly into the room which is dual aspect having uPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear, central heating radiator, access to the roof space above, deep wardrobe/store cupboard.

En-Suite Shower Room - In white, comprising tiled shower with the shower unit working off the domestic hot water system, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c., uPVC double glazed window.

It should be noted that there is tremendous potential and possible further bedrooms/accommodation in the roof space, obviously subject to any necessary permissions for feasibly a further two bedrooms.

Outside - There is a pleasant sitting out area to the rear which is partially stone flagged with lawn, ornamental borders and a useful stone/ slate outhouse.

There is superb parking for numerous vehicles, along with access to the

Double Garage - This is a good size which has power light, up and over door, side pedestrian door and is also alarmed.

The majority of the garden lies to the back of the property which in days gone by used to be the front/main approach where horse drawn carriages were received in a bygone era. There is a broad gravelled sitting out area and lawn with the garden itself enjoying a good degree of privacy.

Vehicular access extends down by the side of the garage to the

Exceptionally Useful Large Outbuilding - Which was erected in 2003 with full planning consent has been built to exacting building specification with cavity walls, has power, light, water and drainage with uPVC double glazed windows to the side and rear.

The roof has kingspan insulation. There is an up and over door, self closing door to chequered plate staircase which rises to the first floor which is fully trussed out and supported uPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear, one which is a fire exit.
This is perfect for anyone in the trades working from home, or with a large hobby requiring more than average storage space, could quite feasibly and at relatively nominal cost be converted to an annexe, or dependent relative, or teenager, or guest purposes room.

Behind the workshop is a large, most useful temporary storage shed.

Valuer - Tim Heaton/lmj

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through the Dronfield office.

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