4 bedroom detached house for saleRock House Grounds, Cromford, Derbyshire, DE4 3RP
A unique and rare opportunity to acquire this particularly well appointed and presented Grade II Listed four bedroomed property with much character and charm set within a quiet location with an extensive lawned garden which must be viewed to be fully appreciated. Gas fired central heating. VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
This sale offers a unique opportunity to acquire this particularly well appointed and presented Grade II Listed four bedroomed property ideal for the discerning purchaser looking to acquire accommodation with much character and charm set within a quiet location.
The property is sold with the benefit of gas fired central heating and has many original features. The accommodation briefly comprises : entrance hallway / utility room, shower room, feature spacious dining kitchen, internal hallway and feature L-shaped living room with wood burning stove. To the first floor are three bedrooms and a feature bathroom and to the second floor is the feature L-shaped bedroom one. It should be noted that this bedroom incorporates the original timber bell tower creating restrictions within the room.
Outside : To the front of the property is a lawned foregarden area and driveway with allocated parking space. To the rear of the property is a cobbled courtyard and an additional parking space. Undoubtedly a feature of the sale is the extensive lawned garden which must be seen to be truly appreciated.
The property is well located within easy reach of local amenities within Cromford which include a primary school, newsagents, hairdressers, church and hotel. Matlock is approximately three miles to the north and Wirksworth approximately two miles to the south, both of these towns offering a wide variety of amenities including shops, schools and leisure facilities. Carsington Water is approximately six miles with its noted leisure facilities and water sports. The nearby A6 provides swift onward travel to both the north and south. Cromford railway station provides fast access to Derby station.
A wooden entrance door provides access to:
ENTRANCE HALLWAY / UTILITY ROOM 8'7" x 6'2" 2.62m x 1.88m
Having a wood block preparation surface with twin ceramic Belfast sink with mixer tap over and base cupboards beneath. Wall mounted cupboards over. Integrated dishwasher. Two further appliance spaces, one having plumbing suitable for an automatic washing machine and a second mounted above the washing machine ideal for a condensing tumble dryer. Wall mounted Baxi combination boiler which provides the domestic hot water and services the central heating system. Slate tiled floor covering. Recessed spot lights. A panelled door leads into the feature spacious dining kitchen. A pine panelled door provides access to:
Being fully tiled and having a white suite comprising wash hand basin with mixer tap, low level wc and tiled shower cubicle with chrome feature shower. Continuation of the slate tiled floor covering. Wall mounted chrome effect ladder style heated towel rail. Opaque glazed window to side.
FEATURE SPACIOUS DINING KITCHEN 20'6" x 13'3" 6.25m x 4.04m
Having a reclaimed oak free standing kitchen incorporating an extensive range of granite preparation surfaces with ceramic Belfast sink having mixer tap over. Panelled base drawers, cupboards, shelves and wine rack beneath. Wall mounted cupboards and plate rack. Feature York stone flagged floor covering. Two period style central heating radiators. Trap door access to roof space. Feature stainless steel Baumatic range style cooker incorporating five ring gas hob and oven beneath. Appliance space suitable for a large fridge / freezer. Two recently fitted wooden glazed sash windows to side overlooking the cobbled courtyard garden area. A panelled door provides access to:
Having staircase off to first floor and a panelled door provides access to:
FEATURE L-SHAPED LIVING ROOM 23'10" x 11'0" plus 9'0" x 3'11" 7.26m x 3.35m plus 2.74m x 1.19m
Having an attractive reclaimed parquet floor covering, feature Clear View stove set on a stone hearth with chrome exposed flue pipe. Telephone jack point. Two period style central heating radiators. Recently fitted leaded window to rear having exposed timber lintel. Two windows to front and sealed unit double glazed French doors to front overlooking the lawned foregarden, driveway and in turn having views over the surrounding countryside.
FIRST FLOOR - SEMI-GALLERIED LANDING
Having handrail and balusters, continuation of the staircase off to the second floor. A panelled door provides access to a useful under stairs storage cupboard. Four panelled doors provide access to the bedrooms and bathroom respectively. Two recently fitted leaded glazed windows to rear.
BEDROOM TWO 9'6" x 8'2" 2.90m x 2.49m
Having exposed varnished pine floor boards, central heating radiator, tv aerial point, satellite connection, window to front overlooking the driveway and having views over the surrounding countryside.
BEDROOM THREE 9'4" x 7'3" 2.84m x 2.21m
Having exposed varnished pine floor boards, central heating radiator, satellite connection, window to front overlooking the driveway and having views over the surrounding countryside.
BEDROOM FOUR `7'10" x 7'8" `7'10" x 2.34m
Having central heating radiator, exposed pine floor boards, window to front overlooking the driveway and having views over the surrounding countryside.
Being part tiled and having a white suite comprising vanity wash hand basin with cupboards beneath, boxed low level wc and free standing slipper bath with central mixer tap. Electric extractor fan. Leaded part opaque glazed window to rear.
Having feature leaded glazed window to rear with exposed timber lintel over enjoying rooftop views towards the surrounding countryside. Panelled door, with exposed feature timber purlin over, provides access to:
FEATURE L-SHAPED BEDROOM ONE 15'1" x 15'10" plux 9'8" x 8'3" 4.60m x 4.83m plux 2.95m x 2.51m
Note : The latter measurements are taken into the eaves with a range of fitted hanging rails. It should be noted that this bedroom incorporates the original timber bell tower creating restrictions within the room. Exposed wide board pine floor covering. Two period style central heating radiators. Exposed wooden purlins. Two leaded windows to rear. Please Note : There is plumbing within the bedroom suitable for creating an en-suite if required.
Photographs of feature L-shaped bedroom one.
To the rear of the property is a cobbled courtyard enclosed by picket style fencing and having a wooden door, as previously described, providing access to the entrance hallway / utility room.
OUTSIDE STORE ROOM 4'0" x 8'0" 1.22m x 2.44m
Including the distribution board. Note the latter measurement is taken under the stairs.
To the front of the property is a lawned foregarden area and driveway where there is allocated parking space. In turn, undoubtedly a feature of the sale is the extensive lawned garden which enjoys views over the surrounding countryside. There is a further parking space to the rear of the property.
The approach from our Wirksworth Office is to travel up St John's Street passing the Market Place onto Harrison Drive, Cromford Road. Travel up Steeple Grange passing under the bridge with the High Peak Trail and travel down Cromford Hill. At the traffic lights turn right onto the A6 and immediately left into Mill Lane. Proceed along Mill Lane taking the first turn right as indicated by our "For Sale" board. Proceed along this driveway parking in front of Rock House and The Mews.
The approach from our Matlock Office is to proceed south along the A6 passing through Matlock Bath and upon reaching the traffic light junction at Cromford proceed through the traffic lights turning left into Mill Lane. Proceed along Mill Lane taking the first turn right as indicated by our "For Sale" board. Proceed along this driveway parking in front of Rock House and The Mews.
Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co. - Wirksworth Office.
Ref. AW856 30.01.12. 012085
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