3 bedroom terraced house for saleThe Hill, Cromford, Matlock, Derbyshire
- Gas fired central heating
- Sealed unit double glazing
- Reception hallway
- Guest cloakroom
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Fitted kitchen
- Spacious attic bedroom one with en-suite
- Two further double bedrooms
- Well appointed family bathroom
Well presented spacious three double bedroomed property with good sized garden and off street parking to rear
General Information -
Well proportioned and well appointed three double bedroomed mid-terraced property which benefits from a good sized garden, off street parking and garage to rear.
The property is sold with gas fired central heating and sealed unit double glazing internally briefly comprising: reception hallway with under stairs storage / study area, guest cloakroom, lounge with bay window to front, dining room and well proportioned fitted kitchen. To the first floor are two double bedrooms a well appointed family bathroom and a lobby area with staircase off to the second floor spacious attic bedroom one with en-suite.
Outside to the rear of the property is a patio area which gives way to a lawned garden and in turn access to the driveway and garage.
The property is well located within easy reach of a thriving range of local amenities within Cormford which include a primary school, newsagents, public house / hotel and church together with a range of restaurants. Matlock is located 3 miles to the north and Wirksworth approximately 2 miles to the south, both these towns offering a wider range of amenities including shops, schools and leisure facilities. Carsington Water is approximately 6 miles with its noted leisure facilities and water sports. The nearby A6 provides swift onward travel to both the north and south. Cormford also has the benefit of a railway station providing access to Derby Station.
The village of Cromford, a World Heritage Site, is one of the best preserved factory communities of the early Industrial Revolution. Developed originally by Sir Richard Arkwright, Cromford remains a monument to the father of the factory system. When Arkwright went to Cromford in 1771 and established what became the world's first successful water-powered cotton spinning mill, it was a scattered community of leadmining families. He then built North Street to accommodate the weavers and their families with weaving rooms situated on the top floor of the properties. The school at the end of North Street was built by Richard Arkwright junior in the early 1830s. Much of the village has been made an Outstanding Conservation Area and many of the buildings have been listed.
Storm Canopy - With marble step having opaque and leaded sealed unit upvc entrance door with matching side screen window with fan light over provides access to:
Reception Hallway - 3.87m x 1.89m (12'8" x 6'2") - Having staircase off to first floor with handrail, balusters and post. Note there is a most useful under stairs storage area ideal for a study desk / bureau. Central heating radiator. Two panelled doors provide access to the kitchen and sitting room respectively.
Sitting Room - 4.48m x 3.63m (14'8" x 11'11") - Note the former measurement being taken into the full depth of the sealed unit double glazed bay window in upvc frame to front with leaded lights over overlooking the foregarden and having roof top views towards Black Rocks and surrounding countryside. The latter measurement being taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast having a feature limestone fireplace with matching raised hearth incorporating a fitted real flame gas fire. Coved cornice and ceiling rose. Telephone jack point. Satellite TV connection. Sliding twin opaque glazed doors lead into:
Dining Room - 3.66m x 3.59m (12'0" x 11'9") - Note the latter measurement being taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast having a wooden fire surround with raised marble effect hearth and back incorporating a fitted real flame gas fire. Coved cornice and ceiling rose. Large archway leading into the L-shaped fitted kitchen and sealed unit double glazed sliding patio door in upvc frame to rear provides access to the patio and garden beyond.
L-Shaped Fitted Kitchen - 2.66m x 1.83m plus 3.04m x 2.03m (8'9" x 6'0" plus - Having an extensive range of roll edged preparation surfaces incorporating an inset one and a half stainless steel sink unit with adjacent drainer, chromed mixer tap over, tiled splashback surround and having a range of panelled base drawers and cupboards beneath. Complementary wall mounted cupboards over with glazed display over having under lighting. Inset stainless steel five ring gas hob with stainless steel filter canopy over and electric oven beneath. Three appliance spaces, one having plumbing suitable for a dishwasher, a second with plumbing for a washing machine and a third ideal for a large fridge / freezer. Doorway leads into a cloaks storage area which also has the panelled door leading into the reception hallway, as previously described. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to rear with leaded lights and matching panelled and opaque glazed upvc door to side which overlook and provide access to the garden.
First Floor -
Landing - Having handrail, balusters and post. Three panelled doors provide access to bedroom two, bedroom three and a well appointed bathroom. A fourth panelled door which provides access to a lobby / second landing area having central heating radiator. Built-in storage cupboard. Sealed unit window in upvc frame with leaded lights over having roof top views towards surrounding countryside. Staircase off to second floor / attic bedroom with pine handrail, balusters and post having a useful under stairs storage area.
Bedroom Two - 3.95m x 3.37m (13'0" x 11'1") - Note the latter measurement being taken into the full depth of the built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelves and relieved by mirrored sliding doors. Central heating radiator. Telephone jack point. TV aerial point. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to front with leaded lights over enjoying roof top views towards surrounding countryside.
Bedroom Three - 3.67m x 3.64m (12'0" x 11'11") - Note the latter measurement being taken into the full depth of the built-in wardrobes into the adjacent chimney recess incorporating hanging rails, cupboards over and chest of drawers beneath relieved by pine panelled doors. Central heating radiator. TV aerial point. Sealed unit double glazed window with leaded lights over in upvc frame to rear which overlooks the garden.
Particularly Well Appointed Bathroom - 2.62m x 1.83m (8'7" x 6'0") - Being fully tiled and having a white suite comprising large vanity wash hand basin with chromed mixer tap over and cupboard / drawer beneath, boxed low level WC and bath with glass shower screen, chromed mixer tap and electric Triton shower over. Recessed spot lights. Chromed ladder style heated towel rail. Electric extractor fan. Under floor heating. Sealed unit double glazed opaque window in upvc frame to rear.
Second Floor -
Landing Area - Having pine handrail, balusters and post lead into:
Attic Bedroom One - 5.28m x 3.86m (17'4" x 12'8") - Note the measurements include the stairwell and the latter measurement taken into the eaves from front to rear. Note there are additional storage within the eaves. Fitted wardrobes with hanging rails and storage cupboards over. Central heating radiator. TV aerial point. Telephone jack point. Spot lights. Panelled doors provides access to a well appointed en-suite. Two sealed unit double glazed Velux roof light windows to front and a third matching window to rear with fitted blinds, the front windows enjoying views over Cromford and surrounding countryside.
En-Suite - 1.77m x 1.67m (5'10" x 5'6") - Being fully tiled and having a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with chromed mixer tap, low level WC and corner shower cubicle with chromed shower over. Ladder style heated towel rail. Spot light / extractor fan. Sealed unit double glazed Velux roof light window to rear with fitted blind. Door providing access to a useful storage cupboard.
Immediately to the front of the property is a low maintenance paved foregarden with herbaceous borders. Immediately to the rear of the property is a well appointed garden which comprises of a patio area which gives way to a lawned garden incorporating well stocked flowering and herbaceous borders, aluminium framed greenhouse and timber garden shed with power and lighting. Cold water tap. Additionally there is a driveway providing off street parking and access to the garage.
Garage - 4.94m x 3.04m (16'2" x 10'0") - Having power and lighting. Up and over door to front.
Directional Note -
The approach from our Wirksworth Office is to proceed up St John's Street passing the Market Place and thereafter continue along this road climbing Steeple Grange and continuing under the High Peak Bridge. Thereafter continue down The Hill where eventually number 40 will be located on the left hand side clearly denoted by our "for sale" board.
Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Matlock Office - 01629 584591 (AT 24.05.2016)
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