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The Hill, Cromford, Derbyshire, DE4 3RF

Sold by Us £169,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Well Presented Mid Row Cottage
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge with Log Burning Stove
  • Bathroom
  • Utility/Breakfast Room
  • Rear Yard
  • Outbuildings
  • No Upward Chain
  • Close to Centre of Popular Village

Full description

A well presented traditional Grade II listed mid row cottage, ideally located at the centre of the popular and historic village of Cromford. The property has accommodation set over three floor and offers three bedrooms, family bathroom, living room, kitchen, utility/breakfast room and ground floor lavatory. There is a flagged yard to the rear of the property with two stone outbuildings. Cromford is a small village with a lot of historical interest being the site of the first successful water powered cotton mill in the country. The village grew up around the mill the majority of the houses being built by the mill owner Richard Arkwright (founder of the English sewing Cotton Company). Today the village is part of the Valley Mills World Heritage Site and offers good local amenities with easy access to the nearby towns of Wirksworth, Matlock and Belper and is within commuting distance of Derby and Nottingham and having easy access to the M1 Motorway via the A38 trunk road. There is a branch line train station with a regular service to Derby and Nottingham.

Entering the property via a panelled entrance door which opens to

LIVING ROOM 11'6' x 11'5' (3.5m x 3.48m)
With cottage style windows with fitted secondary glazing. The room has exposed original beams to the ceiling and a fine feature fire opening with a Gritstone surround with a heavy lintel and raised hearth housing a log burning stove. To the side of the chimney breast are built in storage cupboards and open display shelves. The room has a column style central heating radiator, telephone point and television aerial point. An original broad plank batten door with thumb latch opens to:

KITCHEN 8'9' x 7'1' (2.67m x 2.16m)
Having a borrowed light window to the utility/breakfast room, ceramic tiles to the floor and exposed beams to the ceiling. There are a good range of kitchen units with cupboards and a drawer set beneath a solid timber work surface. There are wall mounted storage cupboards. Set within the work surface is a four burner gas hob over which is a cooker hood. Fitted within the kitchen is a Belfast style porcelain sink with mixer tap. Beneath the hob is a fan assisted oven and beneath the work surface there is a space an under work surface fridge. An original broad plank batten door opens to a USEFUL UNDERSTAIRS STORAGE CUPBOARD with fitted shelving, stone thrawls, power and and a light. A further original batten door with thumb latch and box lock opens to:

UTILITY/BREAKFAST ROOM 10'7' x 4'2' (3.22m x 1.27m)
Having a double glazed entrance door opening onto the rear yard, rear aspect windows and a glazed roof. The room has ceramic tiles to the floor following through from the kitchen and there is a solid timber work surface beneath which there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine and further white goods. The room is illuminated by wall lamp points. The room provides further storage space or space for a breakfast table, etc. A batten door with thumb latch opens to

GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 5'11' x 2'9' (1.8m x 0.84m)
Having a side aspect casement window, ceramic tiled floor and suite with dual flush close coupled W.C. and wall hung wash and basin.

From the kitchen a further original batten door opens to a kite winder staircase which rises to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 8'3' x 2'3' (2.51m x 0.69m)
Having a staircase rising to the second floor, radiator, exposed beams to the ceiling and batten doors with thumb latches opening to:

BEDROOM ONE 11'7' x 11'7' (3.53m x 3.53m)
With a front aspect original cottage style window with fitted secondary glazing. The room has broad exposed original pine floorboards, beams to the ceiling with a heavy central beam and a feature cast iron bedroom fireplace. There is a built in wardrobe with hanging space and fitted shelf and a column style central heating radiator.

BATHROOM 6'11' x 5'3' (2.1m x 1.6m)
Being fully tiled with limestone Travertine tiles and having a rear aspect casement window set within an exposed stone surround with obscured glass. Suite with panelled bath having mixer shower over with overhead and hand held shower sprays and a glass shower screen, contemporary wall hung wash hand basin with storage cupboard beneath and dual flush close couple W.C. There is a ladder style towel radiator.

From the landing a further quarter turn staircase rises to the second floor landing where batten doors with thumb latches open to

BEDROOM TWO 11'7' x 10'6' (3.53m x 3.2m)
Having front aspect cottage style windows with secondary glazing, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and television aerial point.

BEDROOM THREE 9'7' x 8'8' (2.92m x 2.64m)
With rear aspect casement windows set within exposed stone surround having views over the surrounding properties to the wooded hills and open countryside which surround the village. The room has broad original exposed pine floorboards, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, television aerial point and a built in storage cupboard with fitted shelving. Concealed within a further cupboard is the Worcester combination gas fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the property.

To the rear of the property is a delightful flagged yard area with a pair of stone outbuildings incorporating SOLID FUEL STORE 4'6' x 3'3' and a GARDEN STORE 6'6' x 2'7'. The property has outside lighting on PIR sensors and an outside water supply.

All mains services are connected to the property.

COUNCIL TAX BAND (Correct at time of publication)

Leaving Matlock along the A6 towards Derby, passing through Matlock Bath, at the traffic lights turn right into Cromford village where the property can be found on the left hand side.

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.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 July 2016

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