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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Chelmorton, Buxton, SK17

Offers Over £155,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Chain Free
  • TWO Bedroom Semi-Detached
  • Village Lifestyle
  • Extremely Spacious Property
  • Well Presented
  • Useful LOFT ROOM
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Double Glazing And Oil Central Heating
  • Spectacular Views
  • FANTASTIC Transport Links

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
The village of Chelmorton is situated at about 1000ft in the white peak area of the Peak District National Park between Bakewell to the south and Buxton to the north. The village has a rich history running from Neolithic times through the Roman period and is particularly noted for retaining its characteristic medieval strip field system.

Another gem is unearthed in what can only be described as a spectacular traditional CHAIN FREE, STONE BUILT cottage style property situated in the highly sort after and ever popular residential village of Chemorton in Peak Park. It's perfect if looking for that village lifestyle or investment opportunity with great transport links not to far away. This property is ideal for a number of buyers but is a first time buyers dream due to it's marvellous contemporary condition or is ideal for investment as it will produce an extremely attractive annual yield. The property is a true credit to the current owners as it is in fabulous condition throughout and really does need to be viewed as the pictures do not do it justice.

Chelmorton is an ideal base for visitors as it is in easy reach of all the well know attractions of the Peak District national park and provides excellent walking and cycling opportunities.

Entrance Hall
Ceiling light point, wall mounted radiator, laminate flooring.

20'3 x 11'4
Double glazed windows to front and side elevations, two wall mounted radiator, two under stairs storage cupboards, log burning stove, two wall lights, wood flooring.

9'0 x 8'1
Double glazed window to rear elevation, ceiling light point, range of fitted wall and base units, with inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated oven and hob with extractor hood over, tiled splash backs and floor, wall mounted radiator,

Utility Room
7'1 x 6'3
Wall light, tiled floor, plumbing for washer, fridge/freezer and central heating boiler.

First Floor Landing
Ceiling light point, loft access

Bedroom One
14'8 x 11'3
Two double glazed windows to front elevation, ceiling light point, wall mounted radiator, storage cupboard.

Bedroom Two
9'2 x 8'2
Double glazed window to rear elevation, wall mounted radiator, ceiling light point, loft access

Family Bathroom
Double glazed window to side elevation, ceiling light point, wall mounted radiator, low level WC, bath, pedestal hand wash basin, fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, tiled splash backs, tile effect flooring

Ceiling light point, Velux window to side elevation, usable work or other space with wall mounted power point.

Off road parking and garage to side and rear available for a peppercorn rent and housing the oil tank. Yard to rear with flower beds.

The Village Pub
The Church Inn Public House:
The Church Inn dates back to the 1700s and was originally know “The Blacksmiths Arms”. Thee Old Smithy sat at the rear and was owned by George Holmes who was reputed to be his own best customer. There is a register of former landlords on display in the pub today, along with many other interesting photographs, paintings and poetry depicting Chelmorton life over the years. The pub is at the heart of village life and well used by locals, walkers and Peak Park visitors alike.

Character Property
St John the Baptist Church:
At 1200 feet above sea level, Chelmorton is the highest parish in the Derby Diocese and the highest church with spire anywhere in England. It is built into the hillside at the top of the inner village of Chelmorton, with its historic listed field strip system, and this means that different parts of the church are built on different levels.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
01 September 2016


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