4 bedroom cottage for saleRectory Lane, Breadsall Village, Derby
Sold STC £599,950
- Delightful none through-road setting
- Close to open countryside
- Offers annexe accommodation
- Character features
- Pleasant dual aspect elevations
- Accessed by a quaint bridge spanning a gentle trickling stream
- Fast access onto the A38, A50 and A52
- Gas central heating
- Character windows
- Dining hall
Full descriptionCharming detached farmhouse cottage, dating back 1746, located in a delightful none through-road setting, close to delightful walks in the nearby countryside. EPC Rating E.
General Information -
A superb opportunity to acquire a very charming detached farmhouse cottage residence of style and character, occupying a delightful position on the edge of the conservation village of Breadsall fronting a quiet lane, boarded by a natural stream.
The property is also close to delightful walks in nearby open countryside.
The property is of a most interesting appearance believed to date back to 1746 and is constructed of brick beneath a pitched tiled roof and revealed by character windows.
The property is approached by a quaint bridge, spanning a gentle trickling stream to a large block paved driveway providing car standing spaces for several vehicles and a attached double garage with power and lighting.
The property does offer accommodation for a teenager/granny annexe if desired.
The property offers many character features throughout, such as revealed ceiling beams and is offered for sale with no chain involved.
An internal inspection will reveal well maintained gas centrally heated living accommodation, which benefits from four reception rooms, four bedrooms, breakfast kitchen, utility, two en-suites and bathroom.
The property can be accessed from the front and rear. The gardens are very pleasant and include lawned areas, well stocked flowerbeds, shrubs, decking area, patio areas and a particular feature is the rose covered pergola which runs the full length and links the main front door of the house with the garden gate, which fronts Rectory Lane.
Breadsall has long been one of Derbyshire's most sought after villages due to its charming semi-rural location which is convenient for a full range of amenities within the nearby Derby city centre.
Amenities within the village itself include general store, reputable Primary School, charming old church, recreational ground including cricket and tennis courts.
The Breadsall Priory is short drive away with a superb range of facilities including fitness centre, swimming pool and two golf course.
Excellent nearby transport links are also within close proximity including the A38, and A52, which offer easy access to other regional centres and the M1 motorway.
On The Ground Floor -
Dining Hall - 16'8" x 13'4" (5.08m x 4.06m) - Entrance door with latch fittings, exposed wood floors, revealed ceiling beams, skirting boards and architraves, central heating radiator, character lead windows with aspect to the front and rear, wall lights and open space leading to:
Cloakroom In White - 8'9" x 3'8" (2.67m x 1.12m) - Low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, exposed wood floors, skirting boards and architraves, central heating radiator, character leaded window and internal latched stripped door.
Lounge/Annexe - 21'2" x 13'2" (6.45m x 4.01m) - Exposed wood floors, truss and brickwork, revealed ceiling beams, two central heating radiators, three double glazed Velux windows, character sealed unit double glazed window, cast iron spiral staircase and built-in cupboard housing the Worcester 40 CDI boiler.
Sitting Room/Snug - 13'8" x 11'9" (4.17m x 3.58m) - Feature exposed brick Inglenook fireplace with open grate fire and raised hearth, tiled flooring, central heating radiator, revealed ceiling beams, character leaded windows with aspect to the front and rear, understairs storage, fitted wall lights and staircase leading to the first floor.
Study/Family Room - 14'5" x 12'7" (4.39m x 3.84m) - Fireplace with inset gas fire and hearth, exposed wood floors, skirting boards and architraves, coving to ceiling, central heating radiator, character leaded windows with aspect to the front, side and rear and internal stripped latched door.
Breakfast Kitchen - 13'7" x 11'9" (4.14m x 3.58m) - Double belfast sink with period style mixer taps, base units with drawer and cupboard fronts, tiled splashbacks, wall and base fitted units with granite worktops, built-in stainless steel five ring gas hob, fan asisisted oven, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer, tiled flooring, revealed ceiling beams, exposed brickwork, character leaded window with aspect to the front, central heating radiator, stripped latched internal door and character window with aspect to the rear.
Utility - 13'8" x 6'7" (4.17m x 2.01m) - 11/2 stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, wall and base units, worktops, plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer, terracotta tiled flooring, central heating radiator, stable door giving access to the garden and stripped internal latched door.
Walk-In Store/Potential Pantry - 4'4" x 3'2" (1.32m x 0.97m) - Terracotta tiled flooring, shelving and stripped latch door.
Bedroom Four - 12'6" x 9'2" (3.81m x 2.79m) - Spotlights to ceiling, central heating radiator, sealed unit double glazed window and stripped pine door.
En-Suite In White - 12'7" x 3'7" (3.84m x 1.09m) - Shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., tiled splashbacks and flooring, two central heating radiators, spotlights to ceiling, sealed unit double glazed window and stripped latched door.
On The First Floor -
Landing - Exposed wood floors, skirting boards and architraves, attractive balustrade, central heating radiator and character window with aspect over garden.
Bedroom One - 14'9" x 12'9" (4.50m x 3.89m) - Chimney breast with feature period cast iron display fireplace and tiled hearth, exposed wood floors, skirting boards and architraves, two revealed ceiling beams, character windows with aspect to the side and rear and stripped latched door,
En-Suite Bathroom - 15' x 7'3" (4.57m x 2.21m) - Roll edge top bath with period style mixer tap and claw feet, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., separate shower cubicle, exposed wood floor, heated towel rail/radiator, wood panelling to walls, two character windows with aspect to the front, fitted storage cupboard, additional built-in cupboard/wardrobe and internal stripped latched door.
Bedroom Two - 13'7" x 13'7" (4.14m x 4.14m) - Chimney breast with feature cast iron display fireplace, central heating radiator, character windows with aspect to the front and rear and stripped latched door.
Bedroom Three - 12'4" x 11'5" (3.76m x 3.48m) - Exposed wood floors, skirting boards and architraves, central heating radiator, two built-in storage cupboards, double glazed Velux window and stripped latched door.
Bathroom In White - 11'7" x 5'4" (3.53m x 1.63m) - Bath with period style mixer tap and shower screen door, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., tiled splashbacks, exposed wood floors, central heating radiator, double glazed Velux window and stripped internal latched door.
Outside & Gardens -
The property benefits from a large block paved driveway providing car standing space for approximately six vehicles.
Large Attached Double Garage - 23'9" x 17'10" (7.24m x 5.44m) - Concrete flooring, power, lighting, boarded roof space for storage, single sink unit with hot and cold taps and electric up and over door.
To the right hand side of the double garage is hard standing space providing further car standing space/trailer space, which is enclosed with ranch style gates and measures approximately 21ft x 12ft.
The property enjoys a pleasant lawned garden with well stocked flowerbeds, shrubs, trees, paved patio and decking area.
Outside Brick Store - 5'1" x 3'4" (1.55m x 1.02m) - Latched door.
Directional Note -
The approach from Derby is via Sir Frank Whittle Way passing the Derbyshire County Cricket Ground on the left hand side and at the second traffic island and thereafter take the third exit on the left into Croft Lane as sign posted Breadsall Village. Upon entering the village bear left opposite the village shop, bearing left again at the telephone kiosk into Rectory Lane and at the small grass triangle on the right hand side, turn right and the property is the first house located on the left hand side.
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