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2 bedroom farm house for sale

Hill Top Cottage, Abney, Nr Hathersage, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S32

Sold STC £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming, Detached Cottage with Potential to Extend
  • Range of Outbuildings and Large Paddock
  • Breathtaking views Over Open Countryside
  • In Need of Updating and Improvement

Full description

GUIDE PRICE: £425,000 - £450,000 BEST AND FINAL OFFERS ARE INVITED BY 12 NOON FRIDAY 18TH MAY 2018
A charming stone built, double fronted, detached cottage situated in this small picturesque hamlet with spectacular views over open fields and valley. Two double bedrooms, potential to extend, and with its own range of outbuildings and paddock. Long entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, large scullery/utility. First floor: two double bedrooms and large bathroom. Outside: driveway, attractive cottage garden, large open garaging area with potential to extend into, subject to any necessary consents. Range of outbuildings across the lane and further garden, vegetable patch and large paddock.

Abney is a small picturesque hamlet in the heart of the Peak District, approximately three miles from the very popular Peak District village of Hathersage which has excellent amenities and train station.

The Accommodation Comprises - Front entrance door opens into

Long Broad Entrance Hall - With central heating radiator and beamed ceiling.

Sitting Room - A front facing reception room with stone mullioned double glazed window with oak window seat and lovely views over towards the paddock and across the valley. Derbyshire gritstone fireplace with open dog-grate. Oak beamed ceiling and double panelled central heating radiator.

Dining Room - A further charming front facing reception room with stone mullioned double glazed window with stone window seat again, with lovely views over towards the paddock and across the valley. Derbyshire gritstone fireplace with open dog-grate and double panelled central heating radiator. Central oak beam to ceiling.

Kitchen - With older style range of base and wall units, work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. Stainless steel sink unit and electric cooker point. Plumbing for washing machine. Double panelled central heating radiator and side facing double glazed window and side entrance door.

Scullery/Utility - With original stone keeping bench and small side facing feature double glazed window with stone surround. Grant oil fired central heating boiler.

Dog-legged staircase to

First Floor Landing - With rear facing window.

Bedroom 1 - A front facing double bedroom with stone mullioned double glazed window with glorious unobstructed views across Bretton to Eyam Moor. Double panelled central heating radiator and cylinder cupboard.

Bedroom 2 - A further double bedroom with front facing stone mullioned double glazed window, again with glorious unobstructed views across Bretton to Eyam Moor. Double panelled central heating radiator.

Shower Room - With full suite comprising large shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush WC. Front facing double glazed window with stone surround. Double panelled central heating radiator.

Outside - To the left hand side, gate giving access to side driveway. To the rear, open garage/store which has great potential to extend into and to the rear, to provide further accommodation subject to any necessary consents (plans available to view online or hard copies available). Original, old, stone built privy and small raised garden area. To the front, attractive cottage garden. To the side, lovely well stocked and maintained cottage garden with gravelled central area and very well stocked herbaceous borders surrounding and with spectacular views. To the rear of the garden is the oil tank.

Across the road, is a RANGE OF STONE BUILT OUTBUILDINGS, an OPEN GARAGE AREA and original cattle store and further storage areas for animals with hay loft above. There is an extensive parking area, further garden with lawn and floral borders and patio area and a large walled vegetable garden. A five bar gate giving access to the adjoining large paddock of just under one acre, which has delightful views over the surrounding valley.

General Remarks - Proposed plans have been prepared by an Architect to extend the property. These are for guidance only and purchasers should make their own enquiries with Peak Park.

Broadband - The broadband is on a point to point mast system giving an approximate speed of 20 mb/s. Grant available from Digital Derbyshire which covers installation costs, please see website for full details: http://www.digitalderbyshire.org.uk/better_broadband_subsidy_scheme/default.asp.

Valuer/Negotiator - James Mee/Helen Soiris/sw.

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through our Hathersage office.

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27 April 2018

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