1 Highfield Cottages Sandy Lane
TPS Estates are delighted to offer for sale this spacious end terrace cottage which stands as a row of three in a quiet location on the edge of the village. The property is close to the village but tucked away and has the benefit of off street parking, good sized easy to manage gardens to the front and rear and NO UPWARD CHAIN
The property would suit a FTB,Buy to let ,second home or someone looking to downsize.
Two double bedroomed end terraced cottageSet in a quiet location close to the Village centreConservatorySitting RoomBreakfast KitchenFamily BathroomEasy to maintain gardens to front and rearAmple off road ParkingNO UPWARD CHAINViewing Highly Recommended
The accommodation comprises of an Entrance Hall, Sitting room,Breakfast Kitchen, Conservatory and Two Double Bedrooms to the first floor with a Family Bathroom having gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
Crich boasts a thriving community and a range of local village amenities. The surrounding road network provides ready access to the market towns of Matlock, Belper and Alfreton with the cities of Derby and Nottingham within daily commuting distance to the south. The delights of the surrounding Derbyshire Dales and nearby Peak District countryside are all close to hand.
The property is entered via an uPVC double glazed door with fan light above opens to an entrance hall where stairs rise to the first floor and a part glazed door leads off to the...
13' x 12'3 (3.96m x 3.73m)
With a large front aspect upvc double glazed window overlooking the front garden .A feature brick fireplace inset with a living coal gas fire set above a raised marble hearth, wall and ceiling lights, electrical sockets, TV point, dado rail and central heating radiator.
A further glazed door leads through an inner lobby where there is space for open storage, study area, coat hanging and electric meters.
A multi-paned door leads off to the
13'7 x 10'4 (4.14m x 3.15m)
This well-proportioned conservatory is constructed of uPVC double glazing above a low brick base and enjoying excellent natural light, there is a laminate strip floor, central heating radiator and hanging fan light. Sliding doors open to the front of the property
From the Sitting room a glazed door opens into the
15'6 x 10' (4.72m x 3.05m)
This spacious room has a range of wood grain effect cupboards and roll edge work surfaces which incorporate a stainless steel sink unit, a range style cooker and fitted extractor canopy above, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, central heating radiator, a side aspect and rear aspect uPVC double glazed windows, a upvc double glazed door leads to the rear of the property. This room currently houses the wall mounted gas fired combination boiler provides service to the central heating and hot water system. This room has space for an occasional dining table and chairs and a feature brick fireplace with small raised marble hearth, (currently not used.)
First Floor Landing
From the entrance hall stairs rise to the first floor landing with a side aspect upvc double glazed window and three doors leading off to the two bedrooms and bathroom respectively.
This fully tiled bathroom has a rear aspect upvc double glazed window with opaque glass, the bathroom suite comprises of a panelled bath, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. A separate corner shower cubicle is fitted with a mixer thermostatic shower and with a tiled surround and shower tray, central heating radiator and ceiling light.
14'3 x 9'2 (4.34m x 2.79m)
This double bedroom has a rear aspect upvc double glazed window overlooking the garden and the countryside beyond .Carpeted flooring, ceiling light, electrical sockets and central heating radiator
8' 10 X 12'2 extending to 15'5 (2.44m 0.25m X 3.71
(Including the over stairs lobby.)
This double bedroom has a front aspect double glazed window overlooking the fore garden with views of the rooftops of the village and beyond, With carpeted flooring, central heating radiator and ceiling light and a feature cast iron fireplace (not in use)
The property stands as an end of three and benefits from a good sized area of gardens which have been landscaped for ease of maintenance. The larger front garden has decked pathways and sitting areas which lead to a timber summer house and adjacent broad pebbled area with raised beds and trellis fencing with mature climbing plants. A paved patio is adjacent to the house, and is used as a pathway where there is a right of access for the neighbouring cottages.
At the rear of the house there is a right of way serving the two neighbouring cottages and an additional pebbled and paved patio terrace, decked sitting area and herbaceous borders raised above natural dry stone walls.
Accessed from Sandy Lane, a broad gravelled parking courtyard has allocated parking areas for each of the three properties.
All main services are available to the property which benefits from gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazing.
From Matlock, take the A6 south proceeding through Cromford and onto Whatstandwell. After crossing Whatstandwell bridge turn left following the road up through the village and on towards Crich. Sandy Lane is the approach road to the village from this direction and Highfields can be found on the left hand side, just after the Fire Station.
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