4 bedroom house for saleMain Street, Middleton, Derbyshire, DE4 4LQ
Sold by Us £399,950
- Superbly Appointed, Delightfully Spacious, Character Home
- Believed to Date Back to 1790 WEALTH OF ORIGINAL FEATURES
- Three Double Bedrooms plus 1 bed annexe
- Family Bathroom & Master En-Suite
- Farmhouse Style Dining Kitchen & Utility
- Sitting Room with Log Burner, Dining Room & Garden Room
- Large First Floor Drawing Room with open fire.
- SELF CONTAINED ONE BED ANNEXE
- Terrace Gardens & Flagged Seating Areas
- SUPERB STUNNING VIEWS, PARKING & GARAGING
An exceptionally well presented, delightfully spacious, characterful property, believed to date to 1790 with a wealth of original features including beamed ceilings and a barrel vault dining room which was the beer cellar from the days when the property was a public house. The superbly appointed accommodation offers three double bedrooms, master en-suite, family bathroom, spacious farmhouse style dining kitchen, ground floor sitting room, large first floor drawing room, dining room and garden room with utility room off. The property has one bedroom annexe ideal for a dependant relative, let etc. There are delightful terrace gardens and garaging and driveway parking. Middleton is a delightful village situated on the outskirts of Wirksworth where there are excellent amenities. The village is surrounded by open countryside close the High Peak Trail where there are beautiful walks with fine views. Ideally situated for the towns of Wirksworth, Matlock and Ashourne and within commuting distance of Derby and Nottingham.
Entering the property via an entrance door, with double glazed obscured glass panels, which opens to:
RECEPTION HALLWAY 14'11 x 5'9 (4.55m x 1.75m)
Having a staircase rising to the first floor drawing room, stone flags to the floor, useful under stairs storage space, a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a telephone point. There is an interconnecting door to the annexe and a batten door leading to:
SITTING ROOM 18'3 x 15' (5.56m x 4.57m)
With front aspect UPVC double glazed windows, exposed beams to the ceiling with a pair of heavy centre beams and a feature fireplace in rustic brick with a raised stone hearth housing a multi-fuel stove. The room has feature exposed stonewalls, central heating radiators with thermostatic valves, television aerial point and wall and centre light points. A staircase rises to the first floor accommodation and a pair of glazed doors open to:
ENTRANCE PORCH 4'9 x 3'5 (1.45m x 1.04m)
Having side aspect windows and a panelled glazed entrance door opening onto the front of the property.
From the sitting room further glazed door leads to:
DINING KITCHEN 14'10 x 13'7 (4.52m x 4.14m)
A delightfully spacious room with front aspect UPVC double glazed windows, exposed beams to the ceiling and feature exposed stonewalls. There are two original fire openings with exposed stone lintels which have been incorporated into the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of shaker style units with cupboards and drawers set beneath a timber effect work surface with a tiled splashback. Set within the work surface is a 1½ bowl porcelain sink with mixer tap and a 5-burner gas hob over which is an extractor canopy. Fitted within the kitchen are side by side Bosch fan assisted electric ovens. There is an integral 12-place setting dishwasher and ample space within the room for a family dining table, fridge freezer etc. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and is illuminated by LED downlights. A door opening leads to:
DINING ROOM 24'3 x 8'4 (7.39m x 2.54m)
A characterful room with a barrel vault ceiling having a pair of roof light windows. The room was originally the beer cellar from the days when the property was a public house. There are central heating radiators with thermostatic valves and to one end of the room is a raised quarry tiled plinth creating a display hearth.
From the kitchen a glazed door opens to:
GARDEN ROOM 22' x 6'10 (6.7m x 2.08m)
Having a double glazed roof and side aspect double glazed windows and a half glazed entrance door opening onto the side of the property. This delightfully light and sunny room has quarry tiles to the floor, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a UPVC entrance door opening onto the front of the property. Sited within the room is the Worcester combination gas fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the property. A broad opening leads to:
UTILITY ROOM 10'9 x 6'5 (3.28m x 1.95m)
Having quarry tiles to the floor and a work surface with an inset twin bowl stainless sink with mixer tap and storage cupboards beneath, space and connection for an automatic washing machine and a range of wall mounted storage cupboards and open display shelves.
From the garden room a door opens to:
GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 6'6 x 3' (1.98m x 0.91m)
Having quarry tiles to the floor following through from the garden room. Suite with close coupled W.C. and corner mounted wash hand basin.
From the reception hallway a staircase with turned spindles and newels rises to:
DRAWING ROOM 30'10 x 15'2 (9.40m x 4.62m)
An exceptionally spacious room having a pair of front aspect UPVC double glazed windows with fine far reaching views over the village and the surrounding open countryside to the wooded hills. A pair of French style doors open to a decked seating area to the rear of the property. The room has polished Elm flooring, exposed beams to the ceiling and feature exposed stonewalls. There is a fine fireplace with a dressed decorative stone surround and cast iron insert housing an open grate. The room has central heating radiators with thermostatic valves, a telephone and television aerial point. A batten door opens to:
FIRST FLOOR LANDING 18'6 x 4'4 max (5.64m x 1.32m)
Having a second staircase rising from the sitting room, polished parquet block flooring and a rear aspect double glazed window overlooking the gardens. There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and batten doors opening to:
BEDROOM ONE 12'10 x 11'1 (3.91m x 3.6m)
Having side aspect double glazed window with views over the surrounding properties to the open countryside beyond. The room has polished parquet block flooring following through from the landing, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a batten door with thumb latch opening to:
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM 12'5 x 3'7 (3.78m x 1.09m)
Having front aspect double glazed windows with obscured glass, ceramic tiles to the floor and a suite with tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower, pedestal wash hand basin and dual flush close coupled W.C. The room is illuminated by halogen spotlights and there is an over-mirror light and central heating radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 10'10 x 9'10 (3.3m x 3m)
Having a UPVC glazed door with side light window opening onto the gardens. The room has a central heating radiator, telephone point and a feature exposed stone panel.
BEDROOM THREE 11'10 x 10'8 (3.6m x 3.25m)
With front aspect double glazed windows enjoying views over the village. The room has polished parquet block flooring, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a display niche with an exposed brick arch.
FAMILY BATHROOM 10'3 x 2'9 & 8'9 x 3'8 (3.12m x 0.84m & 2.67m x 1.12m)
A T shaped room being partially tiled with a ceramic tiled floor. Having a suite with bath with mixer shower over and glass shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin and dual flush close coupled W.C. There is a matching bidet. The room has a central heating radiator, useful storage cupboard over the head of the stairs and an extractor fan.
Entering the annexe from the front of the property via panelled and glazed entrance door which opens to:
LIVING ROOM 19'1 x 15'6 (5.81m x 1.67m)
A spacious room with exposed beams to the ceiling, feature exposed stonework and a corner fireplace with a raised rustic brick hearth and Victorian cast iron and tiled surround housing an open grate. Set within an alcove are front aspect UPVC double glazed windows with views over the village. The room has light wood effect vinyl flooring, kitchen area with cupboards and drawers set beneath a timber effect work surface with a tiled upstand and an inset stainless sink and 4-ring ceramic hob over which is a cooker hood. Beneath the hob is a fan assisted electric oven and an integrated refrigerator. Sited within the room is the Worcester combination gas fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the annexe. There is space and connection for an automatic washing machine and the room has central heating radiators and a television aerial point. A UPVC entrance stable door, glazed with obscured glass, gives access to the rear of the property. A batten door opens to:
BATHROOM 7'10 x 5'6 (2.39m x 1.67m)
Being partially tiled with panelled bath with mixer shower over and glass shower screen, pedestal wash hand and close coupled W.C. There is a central heating radiator and an extractor fan.
A batten door opens to:
BEDROOM 9' 1 x 7'10 (2.74m x 2.39m)
Front aspect double glaze windows central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, heavy exposed beam to the ceiling and an interconnecting door to the entrance hall of the main accommodation.
The property is approached via a blockset driveway which provides off road parking for several vehicles and gives access to the garage. There are areas of garden with pebble borders interspersed with ornamental plants.
GARAGE 19'2 x 11'7 (5.84m x 3.53m)
Having an up and over vehicular access door, side aspect window, power and lighting. A half glazed door opens onto the rear of the property. Over the garage is a storage loft.
To the rear of the property is a good size rockery garden with flagged pathways rising through terrace borders stocked with a good variety of flowering plants and ornamental shrubs. There are flagged seating areas taking advantage of the pleasant far reaching views and a decked seating area where the doors open from the drawing room. Within the garden is a potting shed 11'1 x 6'2 (3.38m x 1.88m). Within the terraces there are ornamental ponds and there is small secluded patio area, where the door opens from the garden room, taking advantage of the southerly aspect and with a further raised ornamental pond.
Driveway & Garage.
SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION
All mains services are connected to the property.
COUNCIL TAX BAND (Correct at time of publication) 'E'
Total Floor Area 2610ft<sup>2 </sup>(242.5m²)
Leaving Matlock along the A6 towards , upon reaching the traffic lights at Cromford take the B5036 towards Wirksworth, follow the road up the hill turning right, shortly before the old railway bridge, into . At the cross roads turn right into Middleton Village where the property can be found on the left hand side.
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