2 bedroom cottage for sale16, The Square, Middleton-by-Yougrave, Derbyshire, DE45
Sold STC £325,000
Situated in a conservation area, this deceptively spacious, two double bedroom Grade II listed cottage has been tastefully and extensively renovated within the last 5/6 years to the highest specification and MUST BE VIEWED to do full justice. Boasting a beautiful private rear garden with open views, and period fittings throughout including 250 year old beams and stone mullioned windows. Comprising; Living room with log burner, new Prentice dining/kitchen installed in 2016, study space and utility. Two excellent double bedrooms and a large period bathroom suite. Outside; on street parking readily available within the square itself, and a lovely rear private garden complete with two outbuildings and two useful store sheds. NO CHAIN
Local Area Info - Middleton by Youlgrave is a characterful village in the Peak National Park, within a short distance of nearby Youlgrave. The village offers good routes to both the A6 and the A515, and is within catchment of the popular Lady Manners School. It should be noted that the property nestles in a conservation area.
The Accommodation Comprises - A front feature oak entrance door with obscure glazed top section opens into the
Living Room - Which is front facing with two wooden windows with stone mullions overlooking the front garden having a wooden sill beneath and a double panel central heating radiator. A lovely focal point of the room is the log burner set to a locally sourced stone surround and stone hearth. There is also wood effect laminate flooring, wall lighting and feature beams which are over 250 years old. Internal door leads through to the
Dining Kitchen - Which has a rear facing outlook via three wooden windows overlooking the garden access at the rear with a one and a half bowl Franke sink set beneath. Having a new Prentice bespoke kitchen in solid oak with granite work surfaces and splashbacks and Egyptian limestone flooring. Integral appliances to include a Rayburn oil fired cooker, integral dishwasher, fridge and electric Neff oven with four ring electric hob set over. There is also low voltage ceiling spotlights, feature stone surround to the Rayburn, stone mullioned windows and 250 year old beams. Two open access points leading through to a
Study Space - With wall lighting and double panel central heating radiator. There is also a display alcove with wooden sill and a feature beam set over. A staircase leads open plan to the first floor, and there's wood effect laminate floor matching that of the living room. An internal door leads through to the
Utility Room - Having a rear pedestrian door with glazed top section leading out to the garden along with a side facing window. Plumbing and space for a washing machine and space to house a dryer. There is also a double panel radiator and a built-in arrangement of units with work surface and plenty of space for coats and shoes etc.
First Floor Landing - Taking the stairs to the first floor landing, with ample natural light afforded via a double glazed Velux roof light.
Bedroom One - With a front facing outlook over the square itself via two wooden windows with stone mullion. A vaulted ceiling with period beams over 250 years old. An excellent principal double bedroom with a double panel central heating radiator.
Bedroom Two - Rear facing having a double glazed Velux roof light and rear facing wooden window with stone mullion and a double panel central heating radiator set beneath. A vaulted ceiling with period beams and useful cupboard which houses the Worcester oil fired boiler being handy for bed linen, towels etc.
Bathroom - Rear facing with a wooden window with stone surround. There is a large luxurious roll top bath with clawed feet and low flush WC and period style wash hand basin by Lefroy Brooks. A large walk-in shower cubicle with a Mira electric shower with a built-in light and extractor fan, and a nuance surround. Low voltage ceiling spotlights, period beam, double glazed Velux roof light and a useful corner cupboard with double panel radiator being handy for linen or toiletries etc. There are also two wall light points to either side of the wall mounted mirror above the pedestal basin and Karndean flooring.
Outside - To the front of the property is a private enclosed garden with access via a wrought iron gate and having a level lawn area with space for a bench etc to enjoy the views of the village. On street parking is readily available either alongside the front wall or in the square itself opposite.
Rear Garden - To the rear is a private level garden with a gravelled area outside the rear utility door leading to a pathway which leads down to a private garden with useful outbuilding, handy for storage. A good sized private and enclosed garden with rhubarb patch, log store space and dry stone walling enclosing the 2,500 litre oil tank. Two useful store sheds for bikes, climbing equipment, golf clubs etc which would remain as part of the sale. Further useful outbuilding handy as a shed. Lovely views over open fields to the rear.
Valuer - David Gosling/ae
Viewing - Strictly by appointment through our Bakewell office
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