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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Iona, Buxton Road, Tideswell, Derbyshire, SK17

Sold STC £319,950

Property Description

Key features

  • No chain.
  • Three bedroom, well proportioned family home.
  • Detached garage with first floor multi-purpose room.
  • In the heart of this popular Peak District village.
  • Gardens to the front, side and rear of the property.

Full description

In the heart of the popular Peak District village of Tideswell, with its wealth of local amenities, sits this well proportioned three bedroom semi detached property, complete with detached garage and multi purpose room above, along with low maintenance yet extensive gardens to front side and rear. The property MUST BE VIEWED to do full justice. Briefly comprising; hallway, open plan dining kitchen, downstairs cloak room/w.c, living room. Two good double bedrooms, third bedroom/study and family bathroom. Outside offers mature gardens surrounding with woodland and fields beyond, a useful outbuilding and summer house, not to mention off road driveway, garage and large multi purpose room above.

Local Area Info - The much sought after village of Tideswell sits within the heart of the Peak District National Park and has a wealth of amenities including Doctors surgery, chemist, bakers/deli, butcher, book shop, craft shop, post office, coffee shops, fish and chip shops, pubs and a Co-Op. It is also in the catchment area for Lady Manners school at Bakewell, Hope Valley college, and offers Bishop Pursglove primary school within the village. St John the Baptist Church "the Cathedral of the Peak" makes a fine village centrepiece. This is an outstanding area for walking, with five beautiful dales accessible on foot from the village.

The Accommodation Comprises - A front feature oak entrance door with glazed top section and leaded glazed insert opens into the

Entrance Hallway - Having a staircase to the first floor landing. There is also a picture rail, double panelled central heating radiator, tiled flooring and cloaks hanging area.

Living Room - A good sized principal reception room with a front facing hardwood sealed unit double glazed window with leaded glazed top lights with a double panel radiator beneath, offering an attractive outlook over the surrounding neighbourhood and front garden. There is a feature fireplace with electric fire and brick and wooden surround with tiled hearth. Solid oak flooring. Picture rail.

Downstairs Wc - With a side facing hardwood double glazed window, small Belfast pot sink, low flush WC, storage shelf above and a double panel radiator. Tiled floor matching that of the hallway and dining kitchen.

Open Plan Dining Kitchen -

Kitchen Area - Dual aspect to the side and rear of the property, having two uPVC sealed unit double glazed windows with an attractive range of bespoke wooden cupboards with granite work surfaces. There is a Belfast pot sink, recess to house a gas fired cooker. Plumbing and space for a washing machine, integral dishwasher and electric underfloor heating.

Dining Area - Where there is a broad deep uPVC sealed unit double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and a rear wooden pedestrian door with glazed top section and in-built cat flap. A lovely feature to the dining area is the Godin gas stove set to a locally sourced Birchover stone surround with stone hearth. Picture rail. Glazed display cabinets to one wall, and the original store cupboards to one side of the chimney breast. Tiled floor.

First Floor Landing - Stairs to the first floor landing with a side facing hardwood double glazed window with leaded glazed top section. There is also an access hatch with drop down ladder leading to the partially boarded and insulated loft space, suitable for extension subject to permitted development, that in turn could create a fourth bedroom.

Double Bedroom One - A good sized rear facing bedroom with broad deep uPVC sealed unit double glazed window overlooking the garden. Picture rail, double panelled central heating radiator.

Double Bedroom Two - Another front facing double bedroom with hardwood double glazed window with leaded top light. Picture rail, double panelled central heating radiator.

Bedroom Three - A front facing single bedroom with a hardwood double glazed window with leaded top light. Double panel radiator and fitted shelving ideal for study space.

Family Bathroom - Rear facing with a uPVC sealed unit double glazed window, having a full modern suite in white comprising a "P" shaped bath with electric Mira shower set over and glazed screen to one side with tiled surround. There is also a low flush WC, wall mounted wash hand basin, two wall mounted mirror fronted cabinets, ladder style central heating towel radiator and a useful bed linen store for towels etc to one elevation.

Outside - To the front of the property there is a tiered garden ascending to the front door with off-road driveway for one vehicle leading to the detached garage. There are unusual natural limestone features to the side of the property, and to the front is a lawned area with a useful outside patio seating area taking in the view.

Rear Garden - To the rear of the property is a large pantry shed which has space for white goods such as dryer and additional freezer space. This is currently used as a workshop/pantry store but it could be used alternatively and has power and lighting. Steps ascend up to a tiered garden which runs over three to four levels and is private and offers a lovely outlook. There is a large greenhouse and summer house with fantastic views over the surrounding village backing onto hills and fields beyond. There is woodland to the left hand side of the property over the left boundary wall. The majority of walkways within the garden are Indian sandstone patio.

Detached Garage - With an up and over door and ample room for a vehicle should one wish.

Multi Purpose Room - Above the garage is another room accessed via a wooden door having a feature limestone wall on approach. This has all been done to regulation in 2012 - 2013, currently used as a music production room but could potentially be used as occasional bedroom space / office / workroom, complete with power and lighting. Two hardwood double glazed windows to the front and side elevation. Good ceiling height.

Valuer - David Gosling/ae

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through our Bakewell office

Agent Notes - If you are thinking of selling your home, Saxton Mee would be pleased to provide free, no obligation sales and marketing advice. Even if your home is outside the area covered by our Derbyshire offices we can arrange a Market Appraisal through a national network of quality and specially selected Independent estate agents

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23 February 2016


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