2 bedroom end of terrace house for saleInglenook, High Street, Tideswell, Buxton, SK17
Sold STC £250,000
Full descriptionA lovely stone built character cottage which has been extended and refurbished to an excellent standard, the two bedroomed property has been sympathetically restored making good use of re-claimed and salvaged materials and retains a wealth of period character and charm. The cottage benefits from a delightful rear garden and is centrally located in the popular village of Tideswell. The property briefly comprises: entrance lobby, sitting room with multi-fuel stove, extended dining kitchen and at first floor, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside, garden with summer house and shed.
Location - The much sought after village of Tideswell sits within the heart of the Peak District National Park and has an excellent number of local shops and facilities. It is also in the catchment area for Lady Manners school at Bakewell.
The Accommodation Comprises - A set of painted French style doors open to a small
Lobby - With a further solid oak bespoke door with reclaimed stained glass panel in a deco style into the
Sitting Room - Which has two timber double glazed windows to the front aspect. A feature fireplace with stone mantel inset and hearth housing the cast iron multi-fuel stove. There are alcoves to either side of the chimney breast, one with shelving and one with an alcove with a stone sill. Beamed ceiling, oak flooring, two radiators and TV aerial point. Two steps up to the extended
Dining Kitchen - Which has a further bespoke oak door with a reclaimed stained glass insert.
Kitchen Area - Features a comprehensive range of wall and base units in a painted off-white finish with a granite effect roll edged worktop and tiled splashback. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. There is under plinth lighting and lighting under the base units. A timber double glazed window to the rear aspect. Appliances include an integrated four ring gas hob and a single electric oven, a slimline dishwasher, automatic washing machine and larder style fridge/freezer. Beams to the ceiling and oak flooring. Salvaged plank shelving, a useful understairs storage cupboard and spot lighting.
Dining Area - Two Velux roof lights and a double glazed window to the rear aspect along with a timber part glazed door to the rear garden which has a feature exposed beam above. There is an exposed brick part wall and oak beam. A loft access hatch and recessed spotlights.
First Floor Landing - Stairs ascend to the first floor which have a feature reclaimed timber hand rail and alcove with stone sill and painted tongue and grooving. Reclaimed timber architrave on the landing with beams. An upright panelled radiator. A stripped pine door leads through to the
Master Bedroom - Which has two front facing timber double glazed windows with painted timber shutters and a feature original stone fireplace. There is exposed dressed stone lintels above the windows. A beamed ceiling. Loft access hatch. Radiator and wall mounted TV point.
Bathroom - From the landing a stripped pine door leads through to the bathroom which has an obscure glass Velux roof light. A contemporary style three piece suite with tongue and groove panelled bath with mixer tap with a hose attachment and shower above with folding glass shower screen. An oblong wash hand basin with a mixer tap set on a painted cupboard along with a close couple WC. Vinyl timber effect flooring. Spotlights to the beamed ceiling. Radiator. Chrome ladder effect heated towel rail.
Bedroom Two - A further reclaimed pine door with a thumb latch from the landing leads to the second bedroom which has a timber double glazed window with view of the rear garden. Built-in storage cupboard and painted tongue and groove panelling. Beamed ceiling. A loft access hatch. A wall mounted TV point, radiator and cupboard housing the Vaillant combi boiler.
Outside - From the rear kitchen door steps with a timber hand rail lead up to the delightful rear garden which has a lovely natural stone rockery, lawns, mature trees and shrubs and dry stone walling. There is also a timber summer house and a shed with lovely open views of the surrounding countryside.
Valuer - Judy Hudson/ae
Viewing - Strictly by appointment through our Bakewell office
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