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4 bedroom detached house for sale

The Hawthorns, Derby, DE21

Withdrawn from Market £490,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Chain Free
  • Ecclesbourne School Catchment Area
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Architecturally Unique
  • Impressive Living & Dining Areas
  • Family Bathroom & En Suite
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Impressive Gardens
  • Close To Little Eaton Village
  • Viewing Highly Recommended

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property

Few houses enjoy such a privileged position.
An individual split level four bedroomed detached property with impressive gardens and detached double garage occupying a quiet cul-de-sac location which forms part of an award winning exclusive development and built by J Beardsley & Co.

A true feature of the property are the fine southerly views across the village and beyond and the beautifully kept garden the present owner has created.

The property boasts gas central heating, and double glazing; in brief the property comprises spacious entrance hall with separate utility room off, quality fitted breakfast kitchen with feature Karndean floor covering, galleried dining room with views over the spacious and light living room on the lower ground floor level incorporating log burner and French doors offering magnificent views and access to a pleasant patio area. The ground floor accommodation further extends to master bedroom with en-suite shower room, further good sized bedroom and family bathroom. To the lower ground floor level there are two further double bedrooms, both enjoying stunning views to the rear.

To the front of the property is a well maintained driveway providing ample off-road parking with a delightful rockery, fore garden, together with a detached double garage.
To the rear is a tiered garden incorporating a rockery borders, lawn, flower beds, raised patio with far-reaching views.
Little Eaton is a sought after residential village located three miles outside of Derby city centre and also with ease of access to the A38 and M1 corridor. Within this village are a host of amenities including grocery store, popular public houses and primary school along with a park with swings, football and cricket clubs. Little Eaton is within the noteworthy Ecclesbourne Secondary school catchment area in the neighbouring village of Duffield where there are also further amenities.


Entrance Hall
13'0" x 6'1"

Front entrance door with adjacent panelled and sealed unit double glazed window, radiator, decorative coving, quality oak-effect laminate floor covering. Door leading to:

Utility Room
6'1" x 4'5"
Work surface with tiled splash backs, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, fitted base cupboard, appliance space suitable for an automatic washing machine. Further appliance space suitable for a large fridge/freezer, extractor fan, sealed unit double glazed opaque window to front.

11'9" x 9'11"

Comprising quality fitted wall units with oak cupboard fronts, corner display shelving, leaded china display cabinet and wine racking, inset four-plate AEG gas hob and extractor hood over together matching integrated AEG fan-assisted electric oven,
featuring a range of work top preparation surfaces having decorative tiled splash backs, inset one and a half stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, range of quality fitted base units with oak cupboard fronts, drawers and integrated appliances including Miele dishwasher, and corner display unit. double panel central heating radiator, quality Karndean floor covering, wall mounted Baxi boiler fitted in 2011 which services the central heating system and provides domestic hot water, double glazed window to front. Door to hall and further panelled and double glazed door providing access to small terraced area and garden beyond.

Dining Room
18'3" x 9'5 into the recess
Plus further recess accessed via feature archway from entrance hallway, radiator. Polished wooden balustrade offering galleried view over living room below. Quality oak-effect laminate floor covering. Sealed unit double glazed window to side and rear with beautiful views over Little Eaton and rolling Derbyshire countryside beyond. Staircase incorporating polished wooden balustrade leading down to:

14'3" x 14'0"
Wood burning stove with surround and display mantel together with raised granite hearth. Two radiators. TV aerial point. Wall light points. Attractive arched recess with display shelf and wall light. Double glazed window to side and double glazed French doors with matching sidelight opening onto patio area.

Built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and providing useful shelving facility, radiator, two built-in cupboards with panelled doors, decorative coving, staircase to lower ground floor, access to loft space, door to:

Master Bedroom
14'7" x 12'4" (maximum dimensions).

Please note the measurements include a range of fitted wardrobes, shelving together with two bedside cabinets and dressing table. Radiator. Decorative coving. Double glazed window to front. Door to:

Master En-suite
4'09" x 6'01"
White suite comprising low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and separate shower cubicle with fitted shower. Radiator. Shaver point. Extractor fan. Double glazed window to front.

Bedroom Four
9'8" x 8'9" (maximum dimensions).

Central heating radiator, telephone point, decorative coving, double glazed window to rear. Panelled door.

Family Bathroom
9'08" x 5'08
Comprising white suite comprising low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, panelled bath with fitted shower screen and shower attachment, single radiator, shaver point, extractor fan. Panelled door.

Bedroom Two
14'0" x 8'3"
Fitted wardrobes incorporating hanging space, shelving and a further dressing table with adjacent drawer unit, radiator, decorative coving, double glazed window to rear.

Bedroom Three
13'10" x 10'1"
Please note both measurements include a range of fitted wardrobes incorporating hanging space and shelving together with dressing table with adjacent drawer unit and further chest of drawers. Radiator. Decorative coving. Double glazed window to rear elevation.

A desirable feature of this property is the south facing tiered well established gardens that the property sits within. The garden displays a profusion of colourful flowers and foliage.
Immediately to the rear of the property is a patio area together with a further terrace adjacent to the kitchen which both offer pleasant seating areas ideal for outdoor entertaining.
These drop away to a tiered lawn incorporating well stocked rockery borders containing a varied selection of plants, shrubs and trees.
The garden has a large vegetable garden and would be ideal for those who like to grow their own
The sense of tranquillity and escape is total.
The rear garden is retained by close lapped timber fencing and also has a shed, two small greenhouses, two log stores.

To the front of the property is a tarmacadamed driveway providing ample off-road parking for several vehicles. Adjacent to this is an attractive raised rockery with well stocked borders.

16 250 watt solar panels purchased and fitted on south facing roof in August 2013. (Estimated £20k income during the remainder of the Government subsidy)

Double Garage
16'07" x 17'03"
With power and lighting, concrete floor, up and over door.

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Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 May 2017


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