01629 760 899
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27 Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NF
London Office - 121 Park Lane, W1
 0207 318 7087

£635,000

Butts Road, Ashover, Derbyshire, S45 0AX
3 Bedroomed    House

Key features:

  • Stunning Stone Built Cottage
  • FAR REACHING VIEWS OVER OPEN COUNTRYSIDE
  • Located In the centre of the highly desirable village of Ashover
  • Refurbished to a very high standard
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Master en suite & Family Bathroom
  • Sitting Room with log burner
  • Bespoke Dining Kitchen with Utility Room
  • Oak Framed Garden Room
  • Off Road Parking

An immaculately presented, spacious and characterful, stone-built cottage with a date stone of c1500 and 1927. Ideally located at centre of the popular village of Ashover, this delightful property has throughout its history been, amongst other things, a lead miners’ cottage, then completely derelict and then restored to a print workshop. In recent years has been completely refurbished and extended to create a spacious family home offering: three double bedrooms, master en suite, family bathroom, spacious sitting room, study hallway, good-sized dining kitchen with utility room off and garden room enjoying superb far reaching views over the surrounding open countryside. There are pleasant private gardens to the rear of the property backing on to open fields.

 

Ashover is a delightful village in a peaceful rural setting surrounded by beautiful open countryside. The village has excellent amenities including post office, butchers, local shop, doctors, pubs and a good primary school with an excellent reputation. The village is located within easy reach of the towns of Chesterfield (7 miles) and Matlock (4.3 miles) and is within easy commuting distance of Sheffield, Nottingham and Derby.

 

Entering the property via a panelled entrance door which opens to:

ENTRANCE VESTIVULE 4’9 x 3’10 (1.44m x 1.16m)

Having painted block flooring laid in a Herring Bone pattern with an inset matwell; coat hanging space; column style central heating radiator and an oak batten door with thumb latch opening to:

STUDY HALLWAY 14’5 x 12’8 (4.39m x 3.86m) maximum measurements

Having a staircase rising to the upper floor accommodation with a front aspect casement window, with fitted shutters on the turn of the stairs. The room has engineered oak boards to the floor; exposed beams to the ceiling with a heavy central beam and a column style central heating radiator with thermostatic valve. High level access doors open to a large storage cupboard and there is a telephone point. A batten door with thumb latch opening to a useful under stairs storage cupboard with hanging space and a light. A further batten door with thumb latch leads to:

SITTING ROOM 14’11 x 14’5 (4.55m x 4.39m)

Having front aspect double glazed casement windows with fitted shutters and a stone windowsill. The room has exposed beams to the ceiling with a heavy central beam and a fine feature fireplace with a dressed stone surround and heavy gritstone lintel and raised hearth housing a clear view stove. There are feature exposed stone walls and column style central heating radiators with thermostatic valves. The room is illuminated by downlight spotlights and there is a television aerial point with satellite facility. A pair of glazed doors lead to:

DINING KITCHEN 26’ x 14’5 (   x 4.39m)

A delightfully spacious room having light wood effect flooring with under floor heating, exposed beams to the ceiling, dual aspect casement windows and further Velux conservation roof lights flooding the kitchen with natural light. A stable style entrance door with a double-glazed centre pane opens onto the rear of the property. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of shaker style units with cupboards and drawers set beneath a granite worksurface with a matching upstand. There is a large central island unit with an oversailing top creating a breakfast bar, with an inset double bowl sink with mixer tap, beneath which there are storage cupboards and open display shelves. Set within a broad chimney piece, with rustic brick piers and heavy timber lintel, is a Falcon dual fuel range style cooker with five gas burner hob, double electric ovens and grill. The cooker is available by separate negotiation. Over the cooker is an extractor fan which is vented to the outside. Within the kitchen is an integral twelve place setting dishwasher, and a Britannia American style side by side fridge freezer which is available by separate negotiation. The kitchen has architectural feature plinth lighting and downlight spotlights. The dining area of the room has a point for a wall mounted television, wall lamp points and a heavy exposed beam to the ceiling. A batten door with thumb latch leads to:

UTILITY ROOM 9’11 x 7’7 (3.02m x 2.31m)

Having rear aspect upvc double glazed windows with superb views over the gardens and open countryside beyond. The room has natural stone flags to the floor and a range of storage cupboards in a pine finish with cupboards beneath a solid timber worksurface with a tile splashback. There are wall mounted storage cupboards with under cabinet lighting. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and an inset one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap. There are exposed beams to the ceiling and a lazy kate clothes airer. A batten door with thumb latch opens to a walk-in Linen Cupboard 4’5 x 3’11 (1.34m x 1.19m) with slatted storage shelving and a light. A further door opens to:

GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 4’4 x 4’1 (1.32m x 1.24m) maximum measurements

Having panelling to dado height, stone flags to the floor and suite with concealed cistern WC and wall hung wash hand basin. There is an extractor fan. A door opens to a cupboard housing the Vaillant gas fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the property. Sited within the cupboard is the mains pressure hot water cylinder which is supplemented by solar panels.

From the kitchen a glazed door leads to:

GARDEN ROOM 13’6 x 9’ (4.11m x 2.74m)

Being constructed in oak with floor length glazed panels and a solid roof. The garden room enjoys superb far reaching views over the wooded hills and surrounding open countryside. There are terracotta style porcelain tiles to the floor with underfloor heating and exposed beams to the ceiling.

From the study hallway a quarter turn staircase rises via a half landing to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 6’ x 3’10 (1.83m x 1.16m)

Having wattle and daub effect panelling to the walls and ceiling and an oak batten door with thumb latch opening to:

BEDROOM ONE 14’5 x 13’3 (4.39m x 4.04m)

Having front aspect casement windows, with views over the village and the church; exposed beams to the ceiling and a heavy central beam and a pair of deep built-in wardrobes providing hanging space and storage shelving. There is a feature exposed stonewall with a built-in alcove seat. The room has a column style central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a telephone point.

BEDROOM TWO 14’4 x 10’9 (4.37m x 3.28m)

Having three front aspect double glazed casement windows enjoying similar views to bedroom one. The room has exposed beams to the ceiling, with a heavy central beam, and an access hatch opening to a partially bordered loft space with a retractable ladder and a light. There is a further rear aspect window taking advantage of the fine far reaching views afforded by the property. The room has a column style central heating radiator, television aerial and telephone points. A batten door with thumb latch opens to:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM 7’ x 5’6 (2.13m x 1.67m)

Having a side aspect window with views over the surrounding properties and wooded hills beyond. The room has polished oak flooring and suite with shower cubicle with mixer shower, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. There is an extractor fan, a column style central heating radiator and electric towel heater.

From the landing an opening lead to:

INNER LANDING 7’3 x 2’6 (2.21m x 0.76m)

Having solid oak flooring, exposed roof timbers and batten doors with thumb latches opening to:

BEDROOM THREE 13’10 x 12’3 (4.22m x 3.73m)

Open to the apex of the roof creating a delightfully light and airy space and having rear aspect double glazed windows overlooking the gardens and views beyond. There a two further Velux conservation roof light windows flooding the room with natural light. The room has a cast iron column style central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and wall lamp points.

FAMILY BATHROOM 9’11 x 6’6 (3.02m x 1.98m)

With rear aspect upvc double glazed windows with fine views over the surrounding open countryside. The room has panelling to dado height, polished oak flooring and a suite with: standalone roll top bath with floor mounted pillar taps and handheld shower spray; vanity style wash hand basin with storage cupboard beneath; dual flush close coupled WC. Over the wash hand basin there is a mirror fronted bathroom cabinet and shaver point. The room has an extractor fan and a dual fuel towel radiator.

OUTSIDE

To the front of the property is a stone flagged forecourt creating off-road parking. A batten door opens to a ginnel that leads to the rear of the property where there is a delightful enclosed garden with a stone set seating area taking advantage of the southerly aspect and the fine views. The garden has a central lawn and borders stocked with a good variety of flowering plants and ornamental shrubs. There are raised vegetable beds, two garden storage sheds and a potting shed which are available by separate negotiation. The property has outside lighting, water and power supplies.

SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION

All mains services are connected to the property. The property is fitted with photovoltaic and hot water solar panels.

COUNCIL TAX BAND (Correct at time of publication) ‘C’

DIRECTIONS

Leaving Matlock along the A632 towards Chesterfield, after descending Slack Hill turn right after the Kelstedge Inn along the B6036 Ashover road, follow the road into the village where the property can be found on the right-hand side just before the turn into Church Street.

Disclaimer

All measurements in these details are approximate.  None of the fixed appliances or services have been tested and no warranty can be given to their condition. The deeds have not been inspected by the writers of these details. These particulars are produced in good faith with the approval of the vendor but they should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. 

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