An individually designed family home, sat in a 1400 m2 (approximately) generous plot, constructed of Derbyshire Grit stone to an exceptionally high standard. The property was built in 2006 by the current vendors with exceptional attention to detail and high quality fixtures & fittings throughout. Offering a master bedroom with ensuite and first floor terrace with stunning views to the countryside beyond, two further double bedrooms, home office/meeting area, luxury family bathroom, entrance hall, spacious sitting room, summer room, large L-shaped dining area and bespoke fitted Kitchen, utility room, downstairs cloakroom, purpose built spa room, double garage, workshop, ample driveway parking and beautifully landscaped gardens. Ideally located in Crich an attractive village in the heart of Derbyshire surrounded by open countryside and fine views. There are good local amenities including Infant & Primary Schools, Doctors, Post Office and local shops. Situated within easy reach of the towns of Matlock, Alfreton, Belper and Ripley and within commuting distance of Derby and Nottingham. The village is home to the Tramway Museum and Crich Stand.
Entering the property via an:
Constructed in stone with oak trusses and a tiled roof canopy, having outside lighting, power point and an oak entrance door with a leaded light glazed feature inset and side panel.
A spacious hall, having a feature exposed stone wall, exposed oak beams and ceiling, period radiator, up-lighters and a hardwood double glazed stone mullion and sill window to the front aspect enjoying views across the rockery and water feature within the front garden. From the hall a bespoke ¾ open tread oak staircase with wrought iron balustrade leads off to the first floor.
A thumb latch oak door leads to:
23'8 X 17'2 (7.21m X 5.23m)
A well proportioned room, having an impressive smooth Derbyshire stone fire surround and hearth housing a Clearview multi-fuel stove. There is coving to the ceiling, wall light points, period radiator and twin low level hardwood double glazed windows to the side elevation with stone sills. The room has a television aerial point and telephone point. An opening leads to:
20'7 X 9'10 (6.27m X 3.00m)
A delightful, light, airy room taking advantage of the views across the landscaped rear garden. Having a Derbyshire stone floor, wall lights, period radiator, feature exposed stone wall, five hardwood double glazed windows with stone sills and French doors leading onto the outside patio area.
Large Open plan L-shaped Dining Kitchen
12'2 X 19'9 (3.71m X 6.02m)
Comprehensively appointed with a matching range of handmade bespoke solid oak floor and wall mounted units with soft close doors and granite work-surfaces, up-stands and windows sills. A large central island incorporates solid oak base units with an inset circular stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Integrated appliances include a stainless steel gas range with dual ovens, grill, five ring gas hob and built-in extractor hood above. There is an integrated microwave, dishwasher and plumbing for an American style fridge freezer. There is a further deep Belfast sink with chrome mixer taps and inset ceiling spot lighting. The kitchen area has dual aspect hardwood stone mullioned windows to the side and front overlooking the garden and flagstone flooring with under floor heating. From the kitchen area a step leads up to:
11'0 X 12'1 (3.35m X 3.68m)
Having a solid oak floor, coving to the ceiling, period radiator, stone mullioned hardwood window with stone sill to the rear overlooking the patio and garden beyond.
Fitted with cream shaker style base units and wall cupboards with a rolled top work surface with inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap and splash back tiling. There is space and plumbing for an automatic washing and tumble dryer, flagstone flooring and hardwood double glazed window to the side and a hardwood side entrance door. An oak thumb latch door opens to:
Having a hardwood double glazed window, low flush w.c, flagstone tiled floor and a built-in cupboard housing the Glowworm boiler and hot water cylinder which serves the domestic hot water and central heating system.
First Floor Galleried Landing
Having a bespoke wrought iron balustrade and a feature ‘dormer style’ window to the front flooding the area with natural light. There are exposed oak beams, period radiator, exposed stone wall and a hardwood double glazed window to the side elevation. This spacious landing area incorporates a:
Home Office/Meeting Room
13'1 X 6'5 (3.99m X 1.96m)
Tastefully fitted with bespoke oak drawer and cupboard units with granite desk top, telephone point, broadband connection, oak flooring and an exposed feature stone wall. There is ample space for two work stations and further seating/meeting area.
23'5 (max) X 12'5 + ADDITIONAL EAVES SPACE (7.14
A spacious room, flooded with natural light from the velux window and French doors providing panoramic views of the surrounding countryside to the rear of the property. There is feature cast iron fireplace, a built-in wardrobe, inset spot lights, two period radiators, television aerial point and limed effect laminate floor covering. A feature of this room is the contemporary design curved wall ensuite:
Entering the ensuite via a curved solid oak door complimenting the curved design feature wall - a contemporary finish three piece suite comprising a raised quadrant shower enclosure with mosaic tiling, low flush w.c and wash hand basin. There is complementary inset LED spot lighting to the stainless steel effect flooring, heated chrome towel radiator, further recessed lighting and extractor fan.
From the Master bedroom, French doors open to:
20'7 X 9'10 (6.27m X 3.00m)
A magnificent asset to this property, the roof terrace provides a large private sitting out area with fabulous views across the countryside. Enclosed with wrought iron railings and having outside lighting.
13'1 X 11'10 MAX EXTENDING INTO DRESSING ROOM 19
With a front aspect hardwood double glazed window with stone mullion and sill. This room has a period radiator, television aerial point, wall lights, inset spot lights and exposed feature beams. From this room an opening leads to:
7'0 X 6'4 (2.13m X 1.93m)
A useful space, suitable for a variety of uses such as, dressing room, wardrobe & storage, study or relaxation area, etc. with lighting and power points.
11'9 X 10'9 (3.58m X 3.28m)
With a stone mullioned hardwood double glazed window with stone sill to the rear overlooking the garden and similar views to the Master bedroom. There is a television aerial point, period radiator and thumb latch door.
Beautifully appointed with a modern white suite comprising: inset panelled jacuzzi bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c and double walk- in shower enclosure having a thermostatic shower with a daisy shower head and detachable hose. There is complementary Travertine tiling, feature inset wall LED lights, Velux skylight, vertical heated radiator and polished limestone tiled flooring.
Entering the property via a wooden five bar gate onto a sweeping inset stone driveway which provides access to both the front of the property with a turning circle and continues to the side giving access to the garage and workshop to the rear, again with turning circle and ample parking space. To the front of the property there is an original stone boundary wall providing complete privacy, this area is landscaped incorporating a low walled lawn, ideal as a child’s play area from which a pathway with stone steps leads through a rockery with water feature to the front entrance porch. The path continues to the side of the property where access is gained to the side entrance door and leads to:
Detached Spa Room
10'0 X 7'9 (3.05m X 2.36m)
An original detached stone building with slate roof tastefully converted into a fully equipped Spa room. With fully glazed French entrance doors and side aspect window and natural sandstone flooring. Housing a luxury Jacuzzi spa, which is included in the sale of the property.
The pathway continues to the rear of the property to a stone cobbled patio seating are from which doors give access into the garden room. The garden continues to a further lawned area with borders planted with flowering plants and ornamental shrubs. Beyond the lawn is the turning circle to the drive and access to:
Double Garage And Workshop
24'4 X 21'8 MAX (7.42m X 6.60m MA X)
Built to a high specification and standard with stone coins and arched stone work to the door entrances this large stone building could easily be reconfigured to become a separate dwelling/dependant relative annex (subject to necessary planning consents).Currently utilised as a workshop and garaging there are electric roller doors, light, power, alarm system and a spiral staircase leading to a mezzanine floor level. There is a WC and kitchenette area fitted with wall and base cupboards incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer. This building has wood effect upvc double glazed windows to the side and rear aspect with a pair of French doors opening to the rear with stone steps down to a further lawned area, fully enclosed and planted with ornamental fruit trees.
Leaving Matlock Town Centre take the A6 towards Whatstandwell. Cross over the Bridge and turn left by 'The Derwent Hotel' onto the B5035 towards Crich. Follow the road into Crich and upon reaching the Market Place turn right onto the Common. The property is located on the left hand side identified by our For Sale board.