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4 bedroom house for sale

Church Street, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3BY

Sold by Us £465,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Fine Stone Built, Detached, Georgian Property
  • Historic Home Was Once The Bakery & Shop
  • FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS Family Bathroom
  • Fitted Kitchen and Scullery, with Conservatory Off
  • Utility Room & Elegant Garden Room/Bedroom four
  • Double Garage & Off Road Parking
  • Viewing highly recommended

Full description

A fine stone built, detached, late Georgian property, situated in the older part of the town, close to the church. This historic property was once the bakery and shop and the original bake house has been incorporated into the property to create a delightful characterful family home. Offering four double bedrooms, family bathroom, sitting room, dining room and fitted kitchen with conservatory off. The bake house now forms a utility room and the former flour loft has been tastefully converted to an elegant garden room ideal as a work from home space, family room, hobby room etc or bedroom four. The property has exceptionally spacious delightful gardens to the rear with a large timber workshop. There is off road parking and double garaging. Matlock is a picturesque spa town in the heart of Derbyshire close to the Peak District National Park, surrounded by beautiful open countryside. The town has a wealth of historic buildings as well as excellent local amenities and good primary and secondary schools. At the centre of the town is Hall Leys Park with sports facilities, children's play area, formal gardens and a riverside walk. Situated on the A6 trunk road, there is easy access to Manchester, Derby and Nottingham and the nearby towns of Chesterfield, Wirksworth and Bakewell.

Entering the property via a panelled entrance door, with obscured glass upper panels, which opens to:

RECEPTION ROOM TWO 13'9 x 12'11 (4.19m x 3.94m)
With a front aspect Georgian style sliding sash window with secondary glazing set within a panelled reveal with a fitted window seat. The room has exposed beams to the ceiling with a heavy original central beam, partial panelling to dado height and open display shelves. There is a feature fire opening with Derbyshire fossil marble hearth housing a multi-fuel stove. Original built-in storage cupboard, polished exposed pine floorboards with an inset matwell, central heating radiator and wall lamp points. A half glazed pitch pine panelled door with etched glass pane opens to:

SITTING ROOM 12'10 x 11'10 (3.91m x 3.6m)
Having front and rear aspect Georgian style sliding sash window with secondary glazing. A heavy exposed beam to the ceiling and a feature fire opening with a rustic stone surround housing a remote control living flame gas fire. The room has a good range of open display shelves with storage cupboards beneath. There is a television aerial point with satellite facility, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and wall lamp points. A half glazed panelled door opens to:

KITCHEN 13'8 x 11'1 (4.16m x 3.38m)
Having side aspect sliding sash windows with secondary glazing, a glazed entrance door opening to a rear porch and a further glazed door opening to the conservatory. The kitchen has quarry tiles to the floor, exposed beams to the ceiling with a heavy central beam. Set within a chimneypiece is a Rayburn Nouvelle gas fired range with twin lidded hotplates, oven and warming oven. The Rayburn supplies hot water and central heating to the property. The kitchen is fitted with a range of contemporary units with cupboards and drawers set beneath a solid oak work surface. There are wall mounted storage cupboards with under cabinet lighting. Set within the work surface is a 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap. There is an integral dishwasher. The room has a cast iron column radiator and a useful under stairs storage cupboard. There is ample space for a breakfast table if required. A broad opening leads to:

SCULLERY 12' x 6'5 (3.66m x 1.95m)
With double glazed casement window, exposed stonework to the walls and quarry tiles to the floor following through from the kitchen. There are a further range of units with cupboards and drawers beneath solid oak work surfaces. A further stainless vegetable preparation sink with mixer tap and a Zanussi 4-ring halogen hob over which is an extractor canopy. Beneath the hob is a fan assisted electric oven. There is an eye level integral microwave. Beneath the work surface there is space for an under work surface fridge and freezer.

From the kitchen a batten door with thumb latch opens to:

FORMER BAKE HOUSE 14'7 x 11'5 (4.44m x 3.48m)
With front aspect windows, a batten entrance door opening onto the enclosed rear yard and a further batten door opening to the conservatory yard. The room has Cornish slate effect tiles to the floor. A feature of the room is the original coal fired bread oven and the cast iron doors to an earlier bread oven which would have originally been outside the building. There are a good range of fitted storage shelves and a free standing storage unit with stainless top, beneath which there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine. Suspended from the ceiling is the original iron work which was used to store the oven peels. The room has a cast iron central heating radiator. A door opens to:

LAVATORY 4'5 x 3'3 (1.34 m x 0.99m)
Having a suite with concealed cistern W.C. and wall hung wash hand basin with tiled splashback.

From the bakery an open tread staircase rises to:

FORMER FLOUR LOFT 28' x 12'2 (8.53m x 3.71m)
This room is tastefully converted into a fourth bedroom/garden room with a pair of French style doors opening onto the gardens with a pair of heavy gothic arched topped external doors, dual aspect windows and Velux roof lights flooding the room with natural light. The room is split-level being partially tiled with terracotta tiles with under floor heating. There is a raised hearth housing a multi-fuel stove. This room would also make an ideal summer sitting room, work from home space, family room, hobby room etc.

From the kitchen a glazed door opens to:

DINING CONSERVATORY 9'11 x 9'5 (3.02m x 2.87m)
Being constructed in UPVC with floor length double glazed panels and a glazed roof. There are quarry tiles to the floor following through from the kitchen with under floor heating and sliding patio doors opening onto a rear yard area where a batten door opens back to the bake house and an iron staircase rises to the garden.

From the kitchen a further glazed door opens to:

REAR PORCH 6'4 x 2'2 (1.93m x 0.66m)
Having coat hanging space, quarry tiled floor and a glazed door opening to a side yard with a gate leading to the front of the property. A further door opens to the bakery and stone staircase rising to a flagged pathway giving access to the original entrance door to the flour loft and continuing to the garden.

From the kitchen a staircase rises to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 10'7 x 8'4 max (3.22m x 2.54m)
A T shaped, split-level landing with a side aspect sliding sash window, central heating radiator and exposed beam to the ceiling. Original panelled doors open to:

BEDROOM ONE 13'7 x 11'9 (4.14m x 3.58m)
With front aspect Georgian style sliding sash window with pleasant views towards the church. The room has exposed pine floorboards and fine feature opening with a cast iron period grate. There is a built-in cupboard providing storage shelves and a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

BEDROOM TWO 11'9 x 11'9 (3.58m x 3.58m)
Having dual aspect Georgian style sliding sash windows; the rear window having a view towards Riber Castle. Again there is a feature fire opening with a period grate and the room has built-in wardrobes with hanging rails. There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

BEDROOM THREE 11'11 x 11'9 (3.63m x 3.58m)
With sliding sash window with pleasant views over the enclosed gardens to the rear of the property. The room has a feature fireplace with an original cast iron period grate and there is an airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder which is fitted with an immersion heater and has slatted linen storage shelving. To the side of the airing cupboard are open display shelves. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

FAMILY BATHROOM 8'5 x 5'3 (2.56m x 1.6m)
With a side aspect window with obscured glass. Suite with panelled bath having mixer shower over with over-head and hand held shower sprays and a glass shower screen, contemporary wall hung wash hand basin and dual flush close coupled W.C. There is a built-in storage cupboard with shaver point and a central heating radiator.

Lying to the rear of the property is a large area of garden with lawns and sculptured borders well stocked with a good variety of mature ornamental trees and shrubs and a good range of flowering plants and spring bulbs. There are flagged seating areas, a children's tree house and a vegetable garden with fruit canes, strawberry bed and an aluminium greenhouse 10' x 8' (3.05m x 2.44m). To the top of the garden is a stone built garden store. Within the garden is a timber constructed garden shed/workshop 16' x 10 (4.88m x 3.05m) with power and lighting.

To the front of the property is a granite paved parking area for two vehicles, giving access to the double garage.

GARAGE 25'3 x 16'10 (7.69m x 5.13m)
Having a pair of vehicular access doors, power, lighting and water supply with a sink. The garage is open to the apex of the roof creating storage space.

All mains services are connected to the property.

Leaving Matlock Crown Square along the A615 towards Alfreton. Upon reaching Matlock green turn right shortly before the filling station into Church Street, where the property can be found on the left hand side shortly before the church.

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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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 April 2016

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