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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Shuttle Cottage, New Bridge, Calver, Peak National Park, S32

Sold STC £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Mid 18th Century Property
  • Previous Planning to Extend
  • Attractive Gardens alongside River Derwent
  • Immediate Vacant Possession and No Chain
  • Off Road Parking
  • Great Views over the River
  • Energy Rating F
  • Viewing: Hathersage Office

Full description

This detached, historic property believed to date back to the mid 18th Century recently had planning permission which has now lapsed extend with a subterranean extension to give two further double bedrooms, two additional bathrooms, kitchen with large dining area, utility and walk in larder, again with great views over the river.

Occupying an enviable tranquil location on the banks of the River Derwent, on the edge of the village of Calver and with spectacular views across the water and up to Curbar Edge. Current accommodation comprising conservatory, large open plan lounge/dining room, kitchen area. First floor: very large double bedroom, originally two bedrooms, further bedroom and bathroom.

Calver village centre is within walking distance and has good shopping facilities, a popular pub, an excellent primary school and is within the catchment area for Lady Manners School. More comprehensive facilities are available at the market town of Bakewell and nearby train station at Grindleford. Easy commuting distance of Sheffield and Chesterfield.

The Accommodation Comprises - Stable entrance door opens into

Conservatory - With wonderful views over the river and with a built in wall unit and two magnificent original porthole windows, looking through into the main living room. Worcester oil fired central heating boiler and hot water storage cylinder to one corner. Double panelled central heating radiator. Plumbing for washing machine.

Inner stable door with glazed top section opens into the

Large Open Plan Lounge/Dining Room - With two deep arched windows set into magnificent stone archways with lovely aspect immediately out over the river and the wooded banks beyond. There is a feature beamed ceiling and exposed natural stone fireplace with inset black leaded multi-fuel stove. Original built in stripped pine panelled cupboard to one side. Two central heating radiators. The room opens through in an open plan manner to the

Kitchen - With a range of base and wall units, work surfaces with tiled splashbacks and sink unit. Integrated fridge. Cooker point.

Feature bespoke dog-leg staircase giving access to

First Floor - Broad landing and halfway up the stairs is the original door opening to the front of the property.

Bedroom 1 - A very large principle bedroom which was originally two separate bedrooms and has Georgian style sash sealed unit double glazed windows to two elevations with stunning views over the river Derwent, the wooded bank on the far side, and up onto the spectacular Froggatt and Curbar Edge. Central heating radiator. Access hatch to loft. Two panelled doors giving access back onto the landing.

Bedroom 2 - With side and front facing Georgian style sash sealed unit double glazed windows. Exposed original stone fireplace. Central heating radiator.

Bathroom - With white suite comprising space saver bath with chrome thermostatic shower set over, vanity stand with wash hand basin and low flush WC. Georgian style double glazed window with lovely aspect over the river. Heated chrome towel rail/radiator. Tiled walls and floor.

Outside - The property is approached off a small access lane leading to a private driveway providing extensive off-road parking to the side of the conservatory and also to the right providing further parking. The garden extends along the riverbank and is tastefully landscaped with large lawned area, shrub borders and mature trees. Oil storage tank.

Services - Mains electricity. Water and drainage are connected. Oil storage tank.

Planning Permission - The property previously had planning permission reference NP/DDD/0408/0305 which was granted conditionally on 22 May 2008 for demolition of existing conservatory and creation of a subterranean extension to dwelling. Please note this planning has now lapsed. The current vendor is discussing this at the current time with the Peak Park Planning Authority.

Location - Travelling down Froggatt Edge to the bottom of the valley, the property can be found on the left-hand side, immediately after the bridge, over the river Derwent and is identified by our sale board.

Valuer - James Mee/sw

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through our Hathersage office

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18 June 2018

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