2 bedroom cottage for sale

South Wingfield

Offers in Region of £308,700

Property Description

Key features

  • 18th Century Character Cottage
  • Recently Renovated
  • Quality Fixtures & Fittings
  • Large Garden To Rear
  • Superb far Reaching Views
  • Sought After Location
  • Energy Rating Applied For
  • Oak Doors & Carpentry
  • Simply Must Be Viewed!
  • Alarm System Installed

Full description

We are delighted to offer For Sale, this 18th Century, detached character cottage which has undergone an extensive programme of refurbishment whilst retaining a host of original features. This home benefits from gas central heating and the accommodation comprises; Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Garden Room and Utility. There are two bedrooms and a stylish shower room on the first floor. The cellar has been converted to a TV Lounge / Bar and offers potential for a number of other uses. Immediately to the rear of the home there is a quite superb, larger than average garden with synthetic lawn and patio with a reclaimed brick, outdoor fireplace with log store, seating and a Wood Fired Pizza Oven, ideal for entertaining and warm weather dining, particularly with those far reaching views. We would recommend booking a viewing to appreciate the accommodation on offer.

The Location - This home is located in the centre of the village of South Wingfield, in the Amber Valley. The village itself is situated in an attractive rural setting with a wide range of facilities including a primary school, village shop, doctors' surgery and choice of public houses together with the historic ruins of Wingfield Manor. There are many nearby local walks, trails and beauty spots in the surrounding area with the Peak Park close by. The village has excellent access onto main roads leading to the M1 motorway within 6 miles and the A38 is 2.7 miles away providing quick access to the towns of Alfreton (3 miles), Matlock (8 miles) and Chesterfield (11 miles) and the cities of Derby (15 miles), Nottingham (20 miles) and Sheffield (24 miles) away. For those needing access to railway network, stations are easily accessible at Chesterfield, Alfreton and Derby (1hr 32 mins to London St Pancras).

Quality & So Much More - This unique home has been carefully and lovingly refurbished by the current owners, paying particular attention to detail using quality fittings and fixtures, whilst being sympathetic to its age and character. Oak doors, wall panelling, skirting and architraves teamed with iron door furniture complete the desired finish. Handmade, solid wood kitchen units and Victorian finishes including radiators, sanitary ware and tiling confirm that tremendous thought has gone into presenting this home to a deservedly high standard.

Ground Floor - A wrought iron gate opens into the foregarden where a wood effect uPVC door leads into the

Dining Room - 10.97m x 5.18m (36 x 17) - With an original "Granwood" flooring, painted oak wall panelling and exposed brickwork and ceiling timbers, this is a fabulous reception room, well lit room having double glazed windows to front and rear aspects, the former having exposed stone surround and built in window seat. An oak clad staircase leads up to the first floor. A substantial brick built fireplace houses the multi-fuel burning stove, with an opening that creates a social link to the kitchen. Steps lead down to the cellar. A glazed door leads to the garden room. An opening leads through to the

Kitchen - 3.6 x 1.7 (11'9" x 5'6") - With a range of bespoke fitted, handmade, solid oak, wall, base and drawer units with matching open display shelving and plate rack. There is an oak block worktop with belfast sink inset, oak panelled splashbacks and heavy, exposed timberwork to the vaulted ceiling overhead. There is space and plumbing for an american style fridge freezer and gas range. A bespoke oak, part glazed door leads out to the garden room. There is a double glazed window to the front aspect.

Sitting Room - 3.9 x 3.63 (12'9" x 11'10") - A stunning reception room with double glazed windows to front and rear aspects (the former having original stone surround) providing a good level of natural light. There is painted, solid wood flooring, exposed ceiling timbers, Victorian style Oak wood panelling and built in window seats, ideal in particular for enjoying those far reaching views to the rear. TV point, matching wall lights. The brick built fireplace with stone mantle and hearth houses the multi-fuel stove which provides a pleasing focal point to this room.

Garden Room - 5.79 x 2.26 max (18'11" x 7'4" max) - Of wooden construction with leaded, stained glass glazing, this room offers a number of potential uses, not least to sit and enjoy the garden and the views beyond. A door leads out to the patio area and an opening leads through to the

Utility - 1.52 x 1.06 (4'11" x 3'5") - Having space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher or tumble drier. The wall mounted "Baxi" boiler provides the hot water and gas central heating for the home. Small window to the rear aspect.

First Floor - On arrival at the first floor landing there is a deep silled double glazed window to the rear aspect. The first solid oak cottage door on the right leads into

Bedroom One - 3.7 x 3.64 (12'1" x 11'11") - The master bedroom, well lit by the windows to the front and rear aspects (the former having original stone surround). There are exposed ceiling timbers, Victorian style cast iron radiator and concealed, wall mounted TV connections. Back on the landing, a sliding, solid oak door pulls back to reveal the

Shower Room - 3.06 x 1.67 max (10'0" x 5'5" max) - Stylishly tiled and fitted with a traditional range of Victorian style fittings including a high level cistern WC, vanity wash basin set within a drawer unit and a walk in shower with high pressure "Rain" shower fitments. There is a heated towel rail and a window to the rear aspect.

Bedroom Two - 3.94 x 2.14 max (12'11" x 7'0" max) - With overstairs storage cupboard, Victorian style cast iron radiator, concealed, wall mounted TV connections and double glazed window to the front aspect.

Outside - To the front of the home there is a foregarden enclosed by a stone wall. A pathway leads around to the rear where a flag stone patio leads down to a substantial synthetic lawn which is low maintenance by design. To the rear of the garden there is a further stone flagged seating area adjacent to a reclaimed brick, outdoor fireplace, with log store, seating and a Wood Fired Pizza Oven, ideal for entertaining and warm weather dining. The south east facing garden enjoys a good level of privacy and far reaching views can be enjoyed from here. From the dining room, steps lead down to the

Basement Room - 3.59 x 3.24 (11'9" x 10'7") - A superb addition to this home with feature, brick built, vaulted ceiling. Currently fitted out as a bar with bespoke units TV and Sky points. This is an excellent room for entertaining friends and family.

Directional Notes & Parking - From our office at Wirksworth proceed along Harrison drive in the direction of Cromford. At Cromford, turn right onto the A6 and continue along crossing over the River Derwent at Whatstandwell and immediately thereafter bear left as signposted for Whatstandwell and Crich. Continue into Main Road (B5035) staying on this road, passing through the village of Whatstandwell and upon reaching Crich proceed across the Market Place, climbing Bowns Hill and continuing along the B5035 as signposted for South Wingfield. After approximately 1 mile upon reaching the village of South Wingfield, the cottage will be found on the right hand side. Postcode is DE55 7NH. There is street parking available just outside the home.

Council Tax Information - We are informed by Amber Valley Borough Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band E which is currently £2139 per annum.


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  • Ambergate (2.7 mi)
  • Alfreton (3.0 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Whatstandwell (2.7 mi)
  • Ambergate (2.7 mi)
  • Alfreton (3.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Grant's of Derbyshire, Wirksworth

6 Market Place, Wirksworth, DE4 4ET

01629 358011 Local call rate

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