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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Nightingale House, Church Street, Holloway Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4

Guide Price £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Very Versatile
  • Idyllic set in the Derbyshire Dales
  • Four Storey Victorian Property
  • Set a Village location
  • Beautifully Presented throughout
  • With added Benefit of Business Potential
  • Wonderful Views
  • Delightful gardens and Courtyard
  • Self contained flat INCOME 525-550 PCM

Full description

PRICE GUIDE £575,000-£595,000

This unique and spacious property would ideally suit an extended family or independent relatives being set in the rolling hills of the Derbyshire Dales, this exciting house is extremely versatile and offers flexible living accommodation over four floors. Benefitting from an additional two bedroomed self-contained flat which achieves a rental income of £500pcm approx.

Currently, part of the house is being used as an Art gallery with a workshop and there is a two storey detached garage which could be converted into a holiday let(subject to planning permissions)which would provide additional income .The property has various other business opportunities which could potentially be considered; including Bed and Breakfast, offices, or operating a business from home in an idyllic setting!
Please do not miss this opportunity.
We recommend a viewing strongly on this property

TPS are proud to offer for sale this beautifully presented extensive Victorian family home (built circa 1890) which offers flexible living accommodation over four floors and has the added benefit of business potential currently used as an art gallery. The elegant accommodation is beautifully proportioned. The property also includes an integrated self contained two bedroom apartment, detached two storey garage/workshop and landscaped gardens

General - This sale offers a unique opportunity for the discerning purchaser to acquire Nightingale House which is a beautifully restored and immaculately presented Victorian residence in a delightful setting which enjoys wonderful views. The property is of attractive appearance with much character and charm throughout. Nightingale House also offers the potential for business use / holiday / short term letting or dependent relative living as it also houses a self-contained two bedroom apartment which is also beautifully presented throughout and has a separate access from the main house.
VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO APPRECIATE THE QUALITIES OF THIS DELIGHTFUL AND STUNNING PROPERTY WHICH HAS BEEN SYMPATHETICALLY REFURBISHED WITH STYLE AND QUALITY. The property benefits from breathtaking views across open countryside to the rear and over the enclosed cobbled courtyard garden with seating terrace and impressive water feature.

Accommodation - The centrally heated accommodation briefly comprises :To the ground floor is the entrance hall, sitting room, gallery reception room, cloakroom / shower room, dining kitchen. To the first floor is the master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the second floor is a good sized room currently used as an artists studio this room offers further potential for conversion subject to any necessary planning or building regulation permission. To the lower ground floor is a garden room together with a utility room / workshop. There is also the self-contained apartment (with separate access) having an L-shaped living dining kitchen, hallway, two double bedrooms and a bathroom

Nightingale House could easily be used for a variety of uses including dual family occupation, a family home with an annex, a professional person wishing to work from home, bed and breakfast home with an income. Properties of this calibre rarely become available to the open market and Nightingale House must be viewed internally to be fully appreciated. There is no onward chain

Holloway - Holloway is a charming Derbyshire village nestled in the hillside above the River Derwent. Holloway and Lea were the homes of the Nightingale family of Florence Nightingale fame. The village is located within easy reach of the towns of Matlock (4.3 miles, Belper 6.5 miles Derby 13 miles, Chesterfield 13 miles, Bakewell 13 miles with good shopping, transport and recreational facilities. There is a train from Cromford to Derby linking to the mainline train to London. The surrounding area is beautiful, soft countryside and it is also on the edge of the Peak District National Park with its wide variety of outdoor pursuits. There are numerous places of historic interest nearby including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Hardwick Hall and the fascinating history of the industrial revolution with Sir Richard Arkwrights Mills nearby. Carsington Reservoir with its many leisure facilities is within easy reach .It has various amenities including Post Office/Local store, an award winning Butcher, Doctors/Dispensary and an excellent Primary school. There are numerous clubs and societies in the village.

Ground Floor - A panelled entrance door with leaded stained glass panels and arched decorative fanlight above opens into the:

Entrance Hall - 18'10 x 7'5 (5.74m x 2.26m) - An imposing entrance hall with high ceilings and ornate architrave, exposed pine flooring with inset decorative encaustic tiled panel, deep sill and panel radiator. Built in cloaks cupboard with glazed doors. Turning staircase leads to the first floor with spindle balustrade and having useful display area beneath the staircase. Three doors give access to the sitting room, kitchen dining room and gallery reception room.

Sitting Room - 14'5 x 14'1 (4.39m x 4.29m) - A beautiful dual aspect formal sitting room with windows to the front and side of the property providing plenty of natural light. Cast iron fireplace with inset living flame gas fire and tiled hearth. Ornate cornicing and ceiling rose. Panel radiator and tv aerial point.

Gallery Reception Room - 29' x 14'1 (8.84m x 4.29m) - This spacious, light and airy, dual aspect room currently used as an art gallery with front aspect curved bay window with panel radiator beneath and glazed leaded stained glass entrance door with decorative panel above. The gallery reception room has cornicing, dado rail and chimney recess with slate tiled hearth housing a gas stove. A further rear facing panelled window overlooks the enclosed courtyard below. A turning staircase with spindle and balustrade leads to the ground floor

Cloakroom/Shower Room - Comprising tiled shower enclosure with overhead electric shower and glass screen, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and low level WC. Side aspect opaque window with panel radiator beneath.

Dining Kitchen L-Shaped Room - 14'5 x 14'2 plus 9'6 x 7'11 (4.39m x 4.32m plus 2. - A high quality bespoke kitchen having an extensive range of granite preparation surfaces incorporating Franke one and a half bowl sink unit with adjacent drainer and tiled splash back and having a range of base drawers and cupboards beneath. Complementary wall mounted cupboards over with glazed display cupboards and plate rack.
Integrated appliances include Neff double oven, Neff four ring gas hob with extractor canopy hood above, Neff microwave, tiled splash back, integrated fridge, freezer and automatic dishwasher. A dual aspect room with rear and side aspect windows and glazed door (with fanlight above) opening onto a wrought iron Juliet style balcony.
The focal point of the room is the fireplace with wooden mantle, decorative tiled inset and quarry tiled hearth housing a multi-fuel burning stove. Pine cabinet built into the chimney recess, housing the boiler which services the central heating and provides the domestic hot water. There is a partially wood panelled wall with radiator, TV aerial point. This generous size room has plenty of space for a dining table and chairs.

First Floor Galleried Landing - With continuation of the spindle balustrade and having a delightful arched front aspect panel window, high ceiling, picture rail and ceiling rose. Panel radiator and doors opening into master bedroom one, bedroom two, bedroom three, bedroom four and the family bathroom.

Master Bedroom - 15'5 into closet x 14'3 (4.70m into closet x 4.34m - A well proportioned double bedroom with rear aspect panel window with double central heating radiator beneath. Full length double doors open into the:

Dressing Room - With hanging rail space and shelving providing ample storage space. Television point.

En Suite Shower Room - Comprising fully tiled shower enclosure with overhead Mira Sport electric shower and glass screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC and bidet. Partially tiled walls with ladder style heated towel rail, shaver point, extractor fan and recessed halogen spotlight fitments. Side aspect opaque window.

Bedroom Two - 14' x 12'2 (4.27m x 3.71m) - A beautifully presented double bedroom with front aspect panel window with radiator beneath. High ceiling and dado rail.

Bedroom Three - 14' x 11'3 (4.27m x 3.43m) - A delightful dual aspect double bedroom with side and front aspect panel windows and radiator beneath. Also featuring a decorative painted cast iron fireplace for display purposes.

Bedroom Four - 12'5 x 12' (3.78m x 3.66m) - A rear aspect panel window provides far reaching views across open countryside with panel radiator beneath.

Family Bathroom - 14'5 x 9'1 (4.39m x 2.77m) - A stunning dual aspect bathroom with central panelled bath with body jets, overhead shower attachment and glazed folding shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC and bidet. Incorporating recessed halogen spotlight fitments, partially ceramic tiled walls, panel radiator and chrome heated towel rail. Full length built in hand painted storage closet with slatted shelving housing the hot water cylinder.

From the galleried hallway a further staircase leads to the:

Second Floor -

Attic Room - 12'5 x 19'4 (3.78m x 5.89m) - (Measurements exclude under eaves storage)
Currently used as an artists studio but could easily be utilised as further living accommodation subject to obtaining necessary building regulations. With two Velux windows, exposed roof timbers and trusses and exposed stripped pine flooring throughout. Further under eaves storage.

Lower Ground Floor - From the gallery reception room a staircase descends to the lower level:

Garden Room - 18'1 x 10'6 (5.51m x 3.20m) - A fabulous addition to the property with double French doors and glass side panels opening onto the rear courtyard. Ceramic tiled floor with underfloor heating , recessed halogen spotlight fitments, wall lights and large built in under stairs storage cupboard housing the central heating boiler for the flat.

Utility Room/Workshop - 13'5 x 13'4 (4.09m x 4.06m) - With Belfast sink, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer. Additional overhead storage space.

A glazed entrance door from a paved walkway at the side of the property opens into the:

Self Contained Flat -

L Shaped Living Dining Kitchen - 13'5 x 13'3 plus 8'5 x 5'11 (4.09m x 4.04m plus 2. - The kitchen comprises built-in wall and base units with roll edge work surface and inset stainless steel sink and drainer, four ring electric hob with overhead extractor hood and electric oven beneath with tiled splash back. Space for larder fridge freezer, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. The room has a ceramic tiled floor throughout and recessed halogen spotlight fitments. Space for a dining table and chairs and ample space for living furniture. Fireplace with tiled hearth housing a gas fire with wooden surround and display mantle, double panel radiator and TV point.

Hallway - With continued ceramic tiled floor and doors open into:

Bedroom One L-Shaped Room - 11'4 x 8'5 plus 7'3 x 5'4 (3.45m x 2.57m plus 2.21 - A spacious double bedroom with rear aspect panel window and radiator beneath.

Bathroom/W.C - A fully tiled bathroom with white and chrome suite comprising panelled bath with overhead thermostatic shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush WC. Extractor fan, tiled floor and chrome ladder style heated towel rail. Also benefiting from a full length built in storage cupboard and recessed halogen spotlight fitments.

Bedroom Two - 13'6 x 10'6 (4.11m x 3.20m) - A double bedroom with rear aspect panel window and radiator beneath.

Outside - Two Storey Garage

Ground Floor - 21'5 x 12'1 (6.53m x 3.68m) - With double doors, side aspect window, power and light. An external wooden staircase leads to the second floor. With wooden balustrade, slate tiled terrace providing stunning views of the surrounding hillside

Second Floor - 12' x 10' (3.66m x 3.05m) - With timber entrance door and glazed window with exposed stone lintels, clock tower and weather vain. Also providing further overhead storage space.

Exterior & Garden - The property is approached by a wrought iron gate into an enclosed paved front garden. To the rear is a beautifully landscaped enclosed courtyard garden with large paved terrace, raised planted borders, circular water feature with low stone walling and gravelled beds. Bordered by natural stone walling and mature specimen trees. Double iron gates open into a cobbled courtyard providing off road parking and entrance to the garage.

Directional Notes - 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 turn left into Mill Road. Proceed along Mill Road crossing over the River Derwent where the road becomes Lea Road. Continue along this road until reaching Lea Bridge. Continue through Lea Bridge and climb the hill into the village of Holloway. Take the second turning on the left into Church Street. Proceed along Church Street and Nightingale House will be located on the left hand side.

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