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27 Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NF
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Fixed Price £255,000

Roes Lane, Crich, Derbyshire, DE4 5DH
3 Bedroomed    Detached House

Key features:

  • Fixed Price £255,000
  • Spacious & Well Presented Detached Family Home-Three Bedrooms, Family Bathroom
  • Large Attic Room
  • Through Dining Sitting Room
  • Fitted Kitchen, Conservatory
  • Gardens To Front & Rear
  • Driveway Providing Off-Road Parking
  • Occupying A Slightly Elevated Position
  • Pleasant Views Over Open Countryside
  • Ideally Located On The Outskirts Of The Popular Village

A well-presented spacious detached family home, ideally located on the outskirts of the popular village of Crich, occupying a slightly elevated position with pleasant views over surrounding open countryside.  The accommodation offers three bedrooms, family bathroom, spacious attic room, through dining sitting room, fitted kitchen and conservatory.There are gardens to front and rear and a driveway providing off-road parking.

Crich is an attractive village in the heart of Derbyshire surrounded by open countryside and fine views. Used extensively in the filming of Peak Practice the village is home to the TramwayMuseum and Crich Stand, The Regimental Memorial of the Sherwood Foresters. There are good local amenities including Infant & Primary Schools, Doctors, Post Office and local shops. Situated within easy reach of the towns of Matlock (6.4 miles), Alfreton (4.5 miles), Belper (5miles) and Ripley (4.3 miles) and within commuting distance of Derby and Nottingham.

Entering the property via a uPVC entrance door with sidelight windows, having etched glass panels.  The door opens to:

RECEPTION HALLWAY 14’4” X 6’3” (4.37m x 1.90m)

Having a staircase rising to the first floor accommodation, coat hanging space and a central heating radiator.  A door opens to a useful understairs storage cupboard and a further original panelled door leads to:

GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 5’5” X 2’7” (1.65m x 0.79m)

Having a side aspect uPVC double glazed window with obscured glass, quarry tiles to the floor and a suite with close coupled dual flush WC and corner-mounted wash hand basin with a tiled splashback.  There is an extractor fan.

From the hallway, a fifteen-pane glazed door with obscured glass opens to:

DINING SITTING ROOM 

DINING AREA 11’10” X 9’9” (3.60m x 2.97m)

Having a rear aspect window looking through the conservatory to the gardens and a further side aspect window flooding the room with natural light.  The room has a feature fireplace with a dressed stone surround and raised hearth housing a Clearview inset multifuel stove.To the side of the chimney breast are open display shelves, storage drawers and cupboards.

A broad opening leads to:

SITTING AREA 13’10” X 9’11” (4.22m x 3.02m) measured into the bay
Having a front aspect uPVC double glazed bay window with decorative leaded and coloured glass toplights, enjoying views over the gardens and the surrounding properties to the open countryside and wooded hills that surround the area.The room has a central heating radiator with a thermostatic valve, television aerial point and a feature fireplace housing a flame-effect electric fire. From the dining area of the room, a fifteen-pane glazed door with obscured glass opens to:

BREAKFAST KITCHEN 11’5” X 4’6” & 11’0” X 6’3” (3.48m x 1.37m & 3.35m x 1.90m)

An L-shaped room with a rear aspect uPVC double glazed picture window overlooking the gardens.  The kitchen is fitted with a good range of units in a light wood finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a granite-effect worksurface with a tiled splashback.The worksurface returns to form a breakfast bar.There are wall-mounted storage cupboards and glass-fronted display cabinets.Set within the worksurface is a one-and-a-half bowl sink with mixer tap.Fitted within the kitchen is a Hotpoint electric cooker with a five-ring ceramic hob, double oven and grill, over which is a cooker hood.Beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine and space for an under-worksurface fridge.The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.A half-glazed door leads to:

CONSERVATORY 13’5” X 7’2” & 10’10” X 5’6” (4.09m x 2.18m & 3.30m x 1.67m)

An L-shaped conservatory, being constructed in uPVC with double glazed panels set upon a dwarf wall with a polycarbonate pent roof.  The room has ceramic tiles to the floor, a glazed door opening onto the front of the property and a pair of patio-style sliding doors opening onto the enclosed rear garden.The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and wall lamp points.

From the reception hallway, a staircase with open spindles rises to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 9’6” X 6’3” (2.90m x 1.90m)

Having a side aspect uPVC double glazed window, original fitted picture rail and panelled doors opening to:

BEDROOM ONE 12’0” X 11’10” (3.66m x 3.60m)

With a front aspect uPVC double glazed window enjoying superb far-reaching views over the open countryside that surrounds the area.  The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, original fitted picture rail and a further side aspect window flooding the room with natural light.

BEDROOM TWO 12’0” X 10’2” (3.66m x 3.10m)

Having a rear aspect uPVC double glazed window with views over the open fields to the rear of the property.  The room has central heating radiators with thermostatic valves and a fitted picture rail.

BEDROOM THREE 6’7” X 6’2” (2.00m x 1.88m)

With a front aspect window having similar views to bedroom one.  There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

FAMILY BATHROOM 6’2” X 5’7” (1.88m x 1.70m)

A fully tiled room with a rear aspect window with obscured glass, suite with panelled bath having Gainsborough electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC.  There is a central heating radiator, wall-mounted supplementary electric heater and an extractor fan.

From the landing, a broad fixed ladder gives access to:

ATTIC ROOM 17’11” X 11’6” (5.46m x 3.50m)

With a dividing wall creating two areas, one with a Velux rooflight window, one with a gable end window.  There is a wall-mounted electric panel heater, power and lighting.The attic space creates ample storage, work-from-home space, hobby room, etc.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached via a driveway, which provides off-road parking.  To the front of the property is an area of garden with a central lawn and sculptured borders stocked with flowering plants.A pathway leads down the side of the property to the entrance door to the conservatory.To the rear of the property is an enclosed garden with a central lawn and a timber garden shed with light and power.To the side of the property is a lean-to store 13’9” X 6’5” (4.19m x 1.95m).The property has outside lighting and an outside water supply.

SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION

All mains services are connected to the property.  Sewers drain into a private drain, emptying into a disused lead mine.

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

DIRECTIONS

Leaving the market place in the centre of Crich along the B5035 towards Alfreton, follow the road around the right hand bend by the old market cross, the property can be found on the left hand side.

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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