|Added on Rightmove:||15 May 2012 (2038 days ago)|
Well appointed two bedroomed mid-terraced cottage with the benefit of off-street parking and a small garden area.
The property has gas fired central heating and internally the accommodation briefly comprises : entrance porch, well proportioned sitting room, breakfast kitchen with pantry and shower room. To the first floor is well proportioned bedroom one, bedroom two which has a staircase off to the well appointed attic room.
Outside : As previously described there is a parking space for one vehicle and a garden area. It should be noted that adjacent dwellings have extended their parking area to provide off-street parking for two vehicles and there is potential to do this at this property.
Matlock town centre offers a good range of amenities including shops, schools and leisure facilities. The nearby A6 provides swift onward travel to the north and south.
The nearby market town of Bakewell is approx. 7 miles to the north. Derby is approx. 15 miles to the south, Chesterfield is approx. 10 miles to the north-east and Sheffield is approx. 20 miles to the north all of these offer a more comprehensive range of amenities and are within commuting distance.
Junction 28 of the M1 Motorway is approx. 12 miles providing swift onward travel to the north and south, other nearby regional centres and the main motorway network
Wooden and glazed entrance door provides access to:
ENTRANCE PORCH Having sealed unit double glazed windows in upvc frames to front and side enjoying rooftop views over the surrounding countryside towards and Black Rocks. Cardine floor covering, a glazed door provides access to:
SITTING ROOM 3.96m x 3.38m (13'0" x 11'1") The former measurement being taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast which incorporates a decorative brick fireplace with exposed stone lintel. Book shelves to adjacent recesses, tv aerial connection, central heating radiator, Cardine floor covering, telephone jack point, glazed window to front having rooftop views towards , Black Rocks and the surrounding countryside. A further glazed door provides access to:
BREAKFAST KITCHEN 3.28m x 3.02m (10'9" x 9'11") The latter measurement being taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast which incorporates a floor mounted Glowworm boiler which provides the domestic hot water and services the central heating system.
There is a range of roll edged preparation surfaces incorporating an inset stainless steel sink unit with adjacent drainer, chrome effect mixer tap over and having a range of pine panelled base drawers and cupboards beneath with three shelves with wicker basket drawers.
Complementary range of wall mounted cupboards. Electric cooker incorporating a four ring hob, grill and oven with wall mounted filter over.
Pine latched door which provides access to a most useful pantry cupboard with stone thrawl, shelving, power and lighting with appliance space suitable for a large fridge or freezer. Further pine latched door with staircase off to first floor. Doorway providing access to:
REAR HALLWAY Having central heating radiator, corner storage cupboard, wooden and glazed farmhouse style door which overlooks the rear courtyard, further pine latched door provides access to:
SHOWER ROOM Having half pine panelling incorporating a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc and tiled shower cubicle. Wall mounted ladder style chrome effect heated towel rail, sealed unit double glazed opaque window to side.
LANDING Having two pine latched doors providing access to bedroom one and bedroom two respectively.
BEDROOM ONE 3.61m x 3.40m (11'10" x 11'2") The former measurement being taken onto the face of the chimney breast which incorporates shelving and built-in wardrobe to the adjacent chimney recesses. Central heating radiator, exposed pine floor boards, tv aerial connection, window to front enjoying rooftop views towards and Black Rocks.
BEDROOM TWO 3.23m x 3.05m (10'7" x 10'0") The latter measurement being taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast having a built-in airing cupboard to the opposite chimney recess housing the hot water cylinder and having slatted shelving. Central heating radiator, exposed pine floor boards, window to rear. Staircase off providing access to the attic room.
ATTIC ROOM 3.58m x 3.43m (11'9" x 11'3") Having central heating radiator, power and lighting, dormer window to front enjoying rooftop views over the surrounding countryside over Matlock and the surrounding countryside in particular towards Riber Castle and Black Rocks.
To the rear of the property is a courtyard area which provides access to a useful outside store which has plumbing suitable for an automatic washing machine. There is a parking space and garden area. Please Note : There is potential to alter this area to create parking for two vehicles as have the neighbouring properties.
The approach from our Matlock Office is to proceed north along the A6 passing the Sainsbury's superstore and upon reaching the roundabout junction turn right for Matlock; upon reaching the roundabout turn left into . Continue to climb Bank Road and after passing Smedley Street East the access to the property is on the right hand side clearly denoted by our for sale board before reaching Upper Greenhill Gardens.
The property is to be let unfurnished. Strictly employed only, no smokers, no pets.
By prior appointment through Scargill Mann & Co Derby office (01332) 206620
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