6 bedroom detached house for saleMoor Lane, Darley Dale, DE4 2HG
- Quality stone built detached modern home
- Highly regarded location
- Offering versatility and opportunity
- Planning permission granted for erection of large conservatory/sun room
- Planning permission granted for erection of single garage and porch extension
- Six double bedrooms, four bathrooms
- Large living kitchen
- Gardens and views
- Viewing highly recommended
Standing tucked away within an individual plot, this attractive modern house is set across three floors providing versatility and opportunity for the larger family, home worker or those desiring dependent space for teenagers or elderly.
The ground floor accommodation boasts excellent space, light and delightful views across the Derwent Valley. At lower ground floor, there are three good bedrooms, two bathrooms, adjoining living room and independent external access, whilst to the first floor there are a further three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. This quality modern home is complemented by ample storage, easily managed gardens which take full advantage of a south and westerly aspect, together with ample parking and opportunity for the erection of garaging, if required.
Located on the lower slopes of Darley Hillside, the house is set well away from any main thoroughfare, yet is equally convenient for road communications to local schooling, the wide range of amenities within Darley Dale and Two Dales, and to the market towns of Matlock and Bakewell, each of which boast well respected secondary schools. The cities of Sheffield, Derby and Nottingham all lie within daily commuting distance, whilst the inspiring delights of the Peak District National Park and Derbyshire Dales are close at hand.
A broad porch/sun room with uPVC double glazing from half height, lies to the front of the house sheltering the main entrance and providing a pleasant westerly aspect across the front gardens. An oak door with leaded glazed light in turn opens to an entrance hall with oak effect laminate floor, central heating radiator and stairs which lead to both first and lower ground floors.
Off the hall, doors lead off to the principal living accommodation.
Study - 3.59m x 2.76m (11'9" x 9'1") with mullioned windows to both front and side with potential as a guest bedroom, study or snug, complementing the main living space.
Sitting room - 5.07m x 4.39m plus 2.73m x 2.62m (16'8" x 14'5" plus 9' x 8'7") providing excellent family space which benefits from delightful views and natural light, the front mullioned window facing west while the broad side picture window faces south across the valley towards Oaker Hill and Bonsall Moor beyond. "Oak" laminate floor, two central heating radiators, two substantial oak ceiling beams, down and wall light points, together with an open fireplace with cut stone hearth and lintel which provides a focal point to the room. A pair of part glazed panelled doors lead off to the ...
Open plan living kitchen - 7.12m x 3.93m plus 3.36m x 2.49m (23'4" x 12'11" plus 11'1" x 8'2") which altogether provides a fitted kitchen, space for dining area and ample space for day to day family living. An extensive range of modern cupboards and drawers provide excellent storage and include laminate faced soft close doors and a range of roll edge work surfaces. 1½ bowl stainless sink unit, range style cooker having seven burners and two ovens with a broad steel extractor fan fitted above and plumbing for an automatic dishwasher. As with all of the house, there is excellent natural light with windows to three elevations, one side having similar distant views across the Derwent Valley landscape whilst at the rear, two windows; one following the tall line of the roof, looking across to the woodland beyond the rear garden boundary. Recessed down lighting, high lofted ceiling above the dining area, two central heating radiators and a similar "oak" laminate floor. To one side is a built-in service cupboard and a lobby which leads to a WC and separate...
Utility room - 2.24m x 1.65m minimum (7'4" x 5'5") with uPVC double glazed back door, work surface, stainless steel sink unit plus plumbing for an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer vent. There is a range of wall mounted cupboards and tall ladder radiator.
WC - fitted with low flush WC, contemporary wash hand basin above a slim cupboard and with an obscure glazed window to the side.
From the Entrance Hall, stairs descend to the lower ground floor accommodation having an external door from the driveway facing the front of the house. Again there is "oak" laminate flooring, recessed low energy lighting, two central heating radiators and access to ...
Family bath and shower room - fitted with a modern suite to include double ended bath, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and broad corner shower cubicle with sliding doors and thermostatic shower fitting. Complementary ceramic tiling, contrasting ceramic tiled floor and chrome ladder radiator. A door provides access to a ...
Walk-in store - within which is the gas-fired condensing boiler and pressurised hot water cylinder, all of which provides up to date service.
Bedroom 1 - 3.76m x 3.02m plus 2.77m x 1.87m (12'4" x 10' plus 9'1" x 6'2") an extended "L" shaped room which provides comfortable double bedroom space with separate dressing area. Two central heating radiators, high level rear facing window, recessed low energy down lighting and access to an ...
En-suite shower room - 2.78m x 1.77m (9'2" x 5'10") with a tiled walk in shower cubicle with thermostatic shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush WC. Ceramic tiled floor, chrome ladder radiator and additional storage cupboard.
TV/Hobby room - 2.68m x 2.58m (8'10" x 8'6") with side facing window with views to the side and central heating radiator. The room is accessed from the hall and also from Bedrooms 2 and 3 enabling a degree of versatility, perhaps for independent or shared teenager space.
Bedroom 2 - 3.34m x 2.80m (11'0" x 9'3") with windows to the rear and double French doors allowing excellent natural light, views and access towards the rear gardens at the head of the drive.
Bedroom 3 - 5.07m x 2.66m (16'8" x 8'9") with mullioned window to the front plus two additional side facing windows with similar views across the tree lined adjacent gardens and towards Masson and Bonsall moor to the south. Recessed low energy down lighting, central heating radiator and "oak" laminate floor.
From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor spacious landing, again benefitting from excellent space and natural light with broad front facing windows and separate Velux roof light.
Master bedroom 4 - 4.42m x 4.42m maximum (14'6" x 14'6") measurements not including the range of built in wardrobes. Additional eaves access and a broad window to the south facing gable, the height giving ever improving views far reaching across the valley and to the south. Jack and Jill bath and shower room accessed from the master bedroom as an...
En-suite and with separate access if needed from the main landing. A four piece suite includes double end bath with Edwardian style mixer shower taps and free-standing on ball and claw feet. Walk-in shower cubicle with glazed sliding doors and tiled surround, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. White tall ladder radiator, ceramic tiled floor, Velux roof light and recessed down lighting.
Bedroom 5 - 3.99m x 2.74m (13'1" x 9'0") the longer measurement not including the lower eaves which are open and finished to provide maximum use of space. Access to the roof void, mullioned window to the side, central heating radiator and bi-fold door opening to an ...
En-suite shower room - fitted with a modern white suite to include low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and corner walk-in shower cubicle with thermostatic mixer shower. Extractor fan, recessed down lighting plus access to eaves storage.
Bedroom 6 - 3.84m x 3.09m (12'7" x 10'2") having window facing towards the rear boundary with central heating radiator beneath.
The house is tucked away from the roadside, sheltered by mature yet easily managed planting on the roadside of the plot. The principal gardens spread to the front of the house where there is a stone paved patio and lawned garden surrounded by herbaceous borders, all of which take full advantage of the south and westerly position, with open views across the valley beyond neighbouring rooftops. Within the garden is position for a hot tub (the hot tub is available by separate negotiation).
From the roadside a long gated drive winds past the garden and to the side of the house. Towards the rear, a pleasant patio with landscaped borders adjacent to the kitchen entrance. Ample car parking, space for the erection of a garage for which there is current planning consent and to create a south facing patio style garden if need be, adjacent to the lower ground floor accommodation which would similarly take advantage of the delightful southerly aspect.
Note: The current owners presently lease under licence an area of amenity and woodland which lies adjacent to the rear and side boundaries. It is believed this arrangement can be taken up by future owners although subject to formal confirmation.
Planning - Planning permission exists for the erection of a larger conservatory/sun room at the front of the house. Additional planning permission is granted for the erection of a garage. Further details available upon request, or through the Derbyshire Dales District Council planning portal - references 15/00032/FUL and 14/00382/FUL.
TENURE - Freehold.
SERVICES - All main services are available to the property which benefits from gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazing. No test has been made on services or their distribution.
COUNCIL TAX - Band E
FIXTURES & FITTINGS - Only the fixtures and fittings mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. Certain other items may be taken at valuation if required. No specific test has been made on any appliance either included or available by negotiation.
DIRECTIONS - From Matlock Crown Square, take the A6 north to Darley Dale. Proceed through the centre of the village, passing the Grouse public house before turning right into Whitworth Road. After about 400 meters turn right into Moor Lane. Oker House can be found on the right hand side after a further 100 meters.
VIEWING - Strictly by prior arrangement with the Matlock office 01629 580228.
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