3 bedroom detached house for saleBowns Hill, Crich, Matlock, Derbyshire
- TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON
- THURSDAY 8TH DECEMBER 2016
- AT THE WHITE HART
MOORWOOD MOOR, DE55 7NU
- COMMENCING AT 12.30PM
- £200,000 - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION ON 8th DECEMBER 2016 - A stone built three bedroomed former farmhouse with workshop and two storey barn offering superb development potential - convenient access to A38 / M1
General Information -
This sale offers a rare opportunity for the discerning purchaser, investor or developer to acquire this stone built three bedroomed former farmhouse with attached two storey barn (which was used as a milking parlour) - offering excellent development potential within a sought after village location.
The property has gas fired central heating, sealed unit upvc double glazing and internally briefly comprises of an entrance hallway, sitting room with beamed ceiling, kitchen and dining room which provides access to a wet room / shower room (created for the former owner to create a downstairs bedroom). Note the wet room / shower room to ground floor is created within the workshop and also attached to the property is a two storey stone barn - both of which offer excellent potential to be incorporated within the main dwelling. To the first floor are three bedrooms and separate shower room - note the current configuration bedroom two leading to bedroom three.
Outside the property has a driveway providing ample off street parking, a large garden plot comprised of two lawns and a stone / brick outbuilding which used to be a dairy.
In summary the property offers excellent development potential to create a well proportioned family home occupying a central location within the sought after village of Crich which enjoys an excellent range of local amenities.
Crich is a popular village with a good range of local amenities including post office, village store, doctors' surgery, hairdressers, village inn and primary school. The location is highly convenient for other surrounding centres including Belper (six miles to the south), Matlock (eight miles to the north), Nottingham (sixteen miles to the east, Derby (twelve miles to the south) and Junction 28 of the M1 Motorway (thirteen miles) which provides fast access to other nearby regional centres and the main motorway network.
Canopied Storm Porch - With wooden entrance door provides access to:
Entrance Hallway - Having central heating radiator. Wooden door leading into sitting room. Doorway opening leads into the kitchen.
L-Shaped Sitting Room - 3.56m x 2.90m extending to 4.26m (11'8" x 9'6" ex - Having a stone fireplace with raised quarry tiled hearth incorporating a fitted real flame gas fire. Central heating radiator. Telephone jack point. Satellite connection point. Exposed beamed ceiling. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to front and a further sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to side.
Kitchen - 3.70m x 3.15m (12'2" x 10'4") - Please note the measurements include the staircase off to first floor accessed via a wooden door. The kitchen has a stainless steel sink unit with adjacent drainer and cupboard beneath. Further range of base cupboards and a complementary wall mounted cupboard. Two appliance spaces, one having plumbing suitable for an automatic washing machine and a second ideal for a fridge / freezer. Wall mounted gas fired Glowworm combination boiler (installed in March 2011) which provides domestic hot water and services the central heating system. Central heating radiator. Exposed ceiling beam. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to front overlooking the drive / garden and opaque glazed window to rear. Wooden door leads into:
Dining Room - 3.93m x 3.19m (12'11" x 10'6") - Having central heating radiator. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to front. Doorway provides access to:
Wet Room - 2.09m x 1.42m (6'10" x 4'8") - Having a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low level WC and electric Mira shower with part tiled surround and wet room style floor. Central heating radiator. Electric extractor fan.
First Floor -
Semi-Galleried Landing - Having handrail, balusters and post. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to front. Three wooden doors provide access to bedroom one, bedroom two and a shower room respectfully.
Bedroom One - 3.62m x 4.39m (11'11" x 14'5") - Having a cast iron fireplace with open grate. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to front.
Shower Room - 2.66m x 1.45m (8'9" x 4'9") - Being part tiled and having a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and shower cubicle with electric Triton shower over. Built-in airing cupboard.
Bedroom Two - 3.97m x 3.32m (13'0" x 10'11") - Having a cast iron fireplace. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to front. Wooden door provides access to:
Bedroom Three - 4.21m x 3.01m (13'10" x 9'11") - Having trap door access to roof space. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to front.
A galvanised gate provides access to a driveway area which gives way to two lawned garden offering excellent potential to further develop the main property to create a larger driveway or possibly extend the main dwelling, subject to any necessary planning permission or building regulation approval.
Additionally accessed from the outside is a workshop a former two storey barn which could again, subject to planning permission, be incorporated into the main dwelling house. Furthermore outside is a stone / brick outbuilding which used to be a dairy. The entire plot is enclosed by a range of dry stone walling and established hedge to side and front.
Workshop - 4.23m x 1.33m plus 1.79m x 1.65m (13'11" x 4'4" pl - Please note the wet room has been extended from the main dwelling house into this workshop area. There is excellent potential to incorporate this whole space into the main dwelling house. The workshop area has a stone flagged floor covering and houses an electricity consumer unit.
Former Two Storey Barn - 7.68m x 4.53m (25'2" x 14'10") - Having original feeding troughs and animal housing with former hay loft over. Please note this barn again offers excellent potential to be incorporated into the main dwelling house subject to any planning permission or building regulation approval.
Brick / Stone Outbuilding - 2.84m x 2.78m (9'4" x 9'1") - Having wooden entrance door and window to side and rear. This building used to be used as the dairy.
Directional Note -
The approach from our Matlock Office is to proceed south along the A6 passing through Matlock Bath and in turn the traffic light junction for Cromford. Thereafter continue along the A6 crossing over the bridge at Whatstandwell bearing left as signposted for Whatstandwell / Crich. Proceed through Whatstandwell and upon reaching Crich proceed straight over the Market Place into Bowns Hill where the property is located on the right hand side clearly denoted by our "auction" board.
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