5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Main Road, Hulland Ward, Derbyshire

Offers in Region of £699,950

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An opportunity to acquire an historic character three bedroomed residence along with adjacent WHEELWRIGHTS COTTAGE a stylish contemporary detached two bedroomed ANNEX. Offering generously proportioned yet versatile accommodation, THE FORGE has many original features combining open plan living with generous gardens extending to approx 3/4 acre. There are twin driveways providing ample car parking and sunny patio to the annex, perfect for holiday let or independent living. VIEWING IS ESSENTIAL

Directions - Leave Belper along the A517 Ashbourne Road, proceed through Shottle and Turnditch eventually reaching the popular village of Hulland Ward, where the property can be found on the right hand side of the road, clearly identified by our For Sale board.

Viewing is essential to appreciate the potential and character of this historic property located in the heart of the village. Hulland Ward is a popular semi rural village with local amenities and easy access to Belper, Ashbourne and Derby. The village is surrounded by countryside with many country walks, village pubs and local amenities, whilst providing the gateway to the beautiful Peak District and Carsington Water.

The accommodation is split into two residences. Having been beautifully constructed, Wheelwright Cottage (2011 ) offering contemporary two bedroomed accommodation with modern open plan living. The Forge dates back from 1790s having a wealth of original period features, character and immense charm. The versatile accommodation comprises an open plan living dining kitchen area with original fireplace and French doors open onto the garden, study and an impressive lounge with dual height ceiling and gallery, ground floor shower room and two staircases climb to the first floor with three double bedrooms (one with ensuite and family bathroom).

The Forge - Benefitting from character windows and gas central heating, with underfloor heating to shower room.

The driveway provides separate vehicle access and ample car parking with well stocked gardens extending to approx ¾ acre having sunny seating areas, vegetable garden, orchard, lawns and patio area, perfect for alfresco dining.

Entrance Porch - A wooden entrance door allows access. Having a double glazed window, quarry tiled flooring and a range of coat hangings and an original wooden door opens into:

Sitting Room - 21'3 X 12' (6.48m X 3.66m) - A naturally light room with dual aspect character windows to the front and French doors allow access to the garden. There is a traditional fireplace with stone hearth and brick inset housing a multi-fuel stove. There is slate flooring, exposed beams, latch doors, radiator, TV aerial point and stairs lead off to the first floor. Open into :

Dining Area - 21'9 X 7'4 (6.63m X 2.24m) - With a double glazed window to the rear, slate flooring, radiator and a door into:

Rear Entrance Lobby - With an entrance door to the garden, quarry tiled flooring, shelving, inset spotlights, and space for tumble dryer and there is access to the roof void.

Fitted Kitchen - 12'4 X 10'9 (3.76m X 3.28m) - Appointed with a range of oak base cupboards, drawers, eye level units and glass display cabinets with work surface over incorporating a ceramic one and a half bowl sink drainer with mixer taps. Integrated appliances include electric oven, gas hob, extractor hood, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine and space for fridge freezer. Having an original stone exposed fire surround with glass shelving, beams to the ceiling, twin double glazed windows to the front, slate flooring, handmade tiled splash backs, inset spotlights and two useful under stairs store cupboards.

Office - 12'4 X 10'8 (3.76m X 3.25m) - Having a feature exposed stone wall with original beams, wattle and daube ceiling, double glazed dual aspect windows to the front and back, radiator, shelving and a built-in cupboard houses the boiler serving ½ of the property domestic hot water and central heating system. Steps up to:

Lounge - 18'5 X 29'4 max (5.61m X 8.94m max) - An impressive double height room with exposed feature 'A' frame timbers, half glazed double doors fitted with shutters which flood the room with natural light. There is oak flooring, two Victorian radiators, bespoke stained glass window inset to the front elevation, walls lights, gallery balustrade, contemporary styled log burner, television aerial point, cabling for a multi-media speaker system, beams, uplighting and inset spots create mood lighting, latch doors, double glazed windows to the side and second stairs lead off to the gallery bedroom.

Side Porch - Having entrance door from the side, quarry tiled flooring and latch door into the lounge.

Ground Floor Shower Room - 6'3 X 5'6 (1.91m X 1.68m) - Appointed with a three piece suite comprising shower enclosure with thermostatic jet/ spa shower, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. There is a heated towel radiator, full tiling, inset spotlights, marble flooring with under-floor heating and double glazed window to the rear.

First Floor Gallery - 18'5 X 10'6 (5.61m X 3.20m) - Currently being used has the master bedroom. With wooden floor boards, exposed beams, galleried balustrade, radiator and four Velux skylights flood the room with natural light.

Potential - This part of the house, lounge, shower room, gallery bedroom and porch, providing separate access could be split off from the main residence to create a self contained individual unit.

Second Stairs Landing - Having a built-in double cupboard providing useful linen storage, inset spotlights, exposed original beams, radiator and a double glazed window to the rear overlooks the garden and enjoys countryside views.

Bedroom One - 12'7 X 11' (3.84m X 3.35m) - Having dual aspect windows to the front and rear elevations, original cast iron fireplace, access to the roof void, radiator and latch door into:

Ensuite Shower - Comprising a double shower enclosure with thermostatic shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush WC. There is tiled flooring, radiator and extractor fan.

Bedroom Two - 12'8 X 10'2 (3.86m X 3.10m) - Having dual aspect windows to the front and rear elevations and providing views, original floor boards, telephone point, television aerial point, radiator, access to the roof void, his and hers reading lights. There is a range of built-in wardrobes with hanging and shelving facility and a built-in cupboard houses the second Combi boiler.

Family Bathroom - 8'9 X 6'7 (2.67m X 2.01m) - Appointed with a three piece suite comprising a panelled bath, vanity wash hand basin and low flush WC. There is a range of built-in cupboards providing useful linen storage.

Gardens - There are two access driveways providing ample car parking and the facility to drive through and out. The mature gardens are mainly laid to lawn extending to approx ¾ acre with productive vegetable garden and greenhouse, orchard and sunny patio, perfect for alfresco dining.

Wheelwright Cottage - Built in 2011 from the original blacksmiths barn. The modern individually designed contemporary accommodation comprises entrance hall, impressive lounge diner with full height Apex windows, which overlook the gardens, quality fitted kitchen and guest WC. There are two generous bedrooms, quality luxury bathroom and landing area.

Benefitting from gas central heating with ground floor under floor heating and quality hardwood double glazed windows and doors.

There is a second vehicle access through secure wooden gates, car parking, paved seating area and mature flower beds.

Accommodation - An open porch with outside lighting leads to the property.

Entrance Hall - A solid oak entrance door provides access. There is a double glazed window to the side, inset spotlights, porcelain tiled floor and telephone point.

Guest Wc - Comprising a wash hand basin and low flush WC, a double glazed window to the front and porcelain tiled floor

Dining Kitchen - 11'8 X 10'8 (3.56m X 3.25m) - Appointed with a bespoke range of solid wood base cupboards, drawers, eye level units with glass display cabinets with a hand painted finish. Granite work surface and upstand incorporates a Belfast sink with mixer tap and splash back tiling. Integrated appliances include dishwasher, washing machine with space for a Range cooker and extractor hood. Having porcelain tiled floor, inset spotlights, under-plinth lighting, oak door and a double glazed window to the side.

Sitting Room - 27'6 X 13'9 into apex (8.38m X 4.19m into ape x) - A naturally light room with full height hardwood double glazed windows and apex doors, which flood the room with natural light and provides views over the garden. There is oak flooring, inset spotlights, television aerial point, wood burning stove, oak door and stairs climb to the first floor.

First Floor Landing - With a double glazed window to the side elevation and oak balustrade .

Master Bedroom - 20'6 X 13'8 (6.25m X 4.17m) - Comprehensively fitted with a range of built-in wooden wardrobes, oak effect wooden flooring, Victorian radiator, television aerial point and impressive full height apex windows with Juliette balcony provides far reaching views.

Bedroom Two - 10'8 X 10'6 (3.25m X 3.20m) - Having a double glazed window to the front elevation and radiator.

Luxury Bathroom - Appointed with a stylish four piece suite comprising a free standing bath, shower enclosure with glazed screen, low flush WC and wash hand basin. Having inset spotlights, splash back tiling, polished porcelain tiles and a hardwood double glazed window.

Outside - There is a screen seating area, perfect for alfresco dining, well stocked flower garden, wooden shed and gravelled driveway provides ample car parking.

Viewing - Via Boxall Brown & Jones of Belper.

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  • Whatstandwell (6.7 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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The Studio Queen Street Belper DE56 1NR

01773 437136 Local call rate

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