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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Moorview, 183, Church Street North, Old Whittington, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41

Guide Price £595,000

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* GUIDE PRICE £550,000 - £595,000 *
VIEWING ESSENTIAL. Enviably located, hidden away in a tranquil position adjacent to fields/farmland and enjoying truly breathtaking views towards Barlow. This fantastic opportunity to purchase a truly outstanding five bedroomed detached property along with a separate detached self-contained annexe, perfect for a dependant or 20 something! The beautifully proportioned and highly versatile accommodation is in excellent order throughout and is centrally heated, uPVC double glazed, has solar panels, is alarmed and has CCTV. Driveway leads to a courtyard with ample parking, large garage and the annexe. Attractively landscaped garden and taking advantage of the stunning views.

Location - The property is set back from the main thoroughfare within this highly desirable residential area and provides excellent access to Chesterfield, Sheffield and the motorway network.

Annex - Which is fully insulated and is perfect for an elderly dependant, 20 something or guest and initially comprises

Entrance Hallway - With uPVC double glazed stable style external door and windows. Tiled floor.

Living Room - With two radiators, uPVC double glazed bay to the front again taking full advantage of the breath taking views. Connecting door through to the

Double Bedroom - With radiator and uPVC double glazed window.

Walk In En-Suite Dressing Room -

En-Suite Shower Room - With a white suite comprising a corner low level WC, wash hand basin with cupboards below and walk in shower enclosure with an electric Creda shower unit. Tiling to the walls and floor, uPVC double glazed window to the rear with translucent glass, mirror and towel radiator. Electric under floor heating.

The Main House - The property is in excellent order throughout having been very well maintained and would make a truly outstanding family home.

The Accommodation Comprises -

Large Entrance Porch - UPVC double glazed front door and windows, built in store cupboards, radiator and cloaks cupboard within which is housed the electric consumer unit.

Spacious Reception Hall - Which has a radiator with shelf above and Karndean flooring that extends through to the kitchen.

Superb Breakfast Kitchen - Which has an extensive range of oak units with granite working surfaces, inset one and a half bowl Franke sink unit with mixer tap and worktop tiling. Recess suitable for a range style cooker and American style larder fridge, subject to sizing. Integrated dishwasher and integrated fridge. UPVC double glazed windows to the front and side, ample power points for appliances, inset LED lighting and radiator.

Utility - Fitted out in recent years forming part of the extension with inset one and a half bowl sink unit, base and wall cupboards, worktop tiling, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. Karndean flooring, uPVC double glazed back door and window, vertical radiator and cupboard within which is housed the hot water tank for the preferred pressurised un-vented system.

Dining Room - Which has two radiators, uPVC double glazed bow window to the front and bar area beneath the stairs,

Living Room - A beautifully proportioned principal reception room being a fabulous entertaining space having attractive polished limestone fireplace with electric fire, three radiators and uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side taking full advantage of the breath taking views across the surrounding countryside.

Inner Hall - With radiator.

Double Bedroom Five - With excellent built in pear wood style wardrobes, radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the side.

Study - With laminate flooring, uPVC double glazed window to the rear and radiator.

Family Bathroom - With a white suite comprising double ended bath with centre mixer tap an thermostatically controlled shower above, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiling to the walls, vertical towel radiator, fitted mirror, inset spotlight with integral extractor fan, light tube and laminate flooring.

Double Bedroom Four - Opening off the utility and being a nicely proportioned bedroom again forming part of the extension to the original dwelling with excellent built in wardrobes, radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the side.

Superb En-Suite Shower Room - Having an over sized shower enclosure with an Aqualisa power shower unit working off the domestic hot water system, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Tiling to the walls and floor, towel radiator, mirror fronted bathroom cabinet, inset spotlights, extractor fan and uPVC double glazed window with translucent glass to the side. Electric thermostatically controlled under floor heating.

First Floor Landing - Has a radiator, double glazed Velux roof light with blind and useful store cupboards. Walk in wardrobe.

Master Bedroom - With uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side, again taking full advantage of the splendid views over the surrounding countryside and extending across towards Barlow. The bedroom has an excellent range of built in furniture with cupboards, drawers, dressing table and wardrobes.

Spacious Bathroom - Superbly equipped with a Jacuzzi/air bath, his and hers wash hand basins, WC with enclosed cistern and built in cupboards. There is a separate shower with an Aqualisa shower unit working off the domestic hot water system. Tiling to the walls, barrel style radiator with integral hand rail, spotlights and uPVC double glazed window with translucent glass to the front.

Double Bedroom Two - With radiator, uPVC double glazed dormer window again with attractive views and having high gloss ivory coloured wardrobes and drawers.

Bedroom Three - Equally ideal and currently used as a TV/gaming room with double glazed Velux roof light, recessed storage, laminate flooring and radiator. TV point.

Outside - Substantial wrought iron twin gates open to the block paved driveway, although there is turning space in front of the gates where access is afforded to the large garage.

Garage - Which has electric up and over door, side uPVC double glazed external door, windows, power and light. Additional window to the far side. Steps to the far end to the loft space, which is fully floored being perfect for storage.

A block paved driveway leads to a courtyard area and provides ample off road parking for numerous vehicles. The garden is set down with ease and maintenance to lawns with beautiful natural stone coped walling to the westerly boundary. Natural stone walling to the border of the lawns. Canopied stone pillared barbecue/sitting out area and adjacent summer house/potting shed and extending around the house to the far side where there is a workshop/store. The property is alarmed and has the benefit of CCTV, external lighting and outside cold water tap together with external power points.

Note - The main property has cavity wall insulation and a gas central heating condensing boiler via a preferred un-vented pressurised system. The annexe has heating via a low output Trianco 2 kw electric boiler, which is possible due to the high levels of insulation in the walls, ceiling and floor. The electric boiler is housed within the loft space.

There are solar panels on the garage which are on a preferred excellent tariff, which the vendor gets paid approximately £800 per annum with a feed in tariff to the National Grid. Additionally there are two hot water solar panels to the bungalow itself which supplements the hot water system.

Sellers Comment - " A very spacious, secure and economical to run property located on the best and most historic road in Old Whittington, housing individual properties on the edge of rural Derbyshire and yet only 10 minutes from the Crooked Spire and markets of Chesterfield or Meadowhead in Sheffield via the Dronfield bypass.

Church Street North has the Revolution House, Cock and Magpie pub, 2 churches and 2 schools, a big bonus in winter as it does always get gritted in bad weather.

The main property has lovely light, generous sized rooms with white oak doors throughout. The purpose built detached annexe does not have a kitchen to avoid increased rates although a kitchenette could easily be added. Indeed the annexe could be an opportunity to work from home or air b & b or even extended into the large double garage to create a nice 2 bed bungalow.

We are quietly hidden down an unmade lane with rights of way so drive byes are not really possible. Come and see the beautiful views from our property that you will fall in love with, like we did when trying to find it on our initial visit 12 years ago"

Valuer - Tim Heaton/mw

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through the Dronfield office.

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