An immaculately presented barn conversion style property, ideally located in a quiet mews just off the market place in popular village Crich. This character stone built property is set under a traditional slate roof and has delightful features including exposed beams and roof trusses. The accommodation offers two bedrooms master with en-suite shower room, family bathroom, spacious dining room, fitted kitchen and a feature first floor sitting room which is open to the apex of the roof. There is a delightful courtyard garden and ample 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 Tramway Museum 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, Alfreton, Belper and Ripley and within easy commuting distance of Derby and Nottingham.
- Barn Conversion Style Property
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Master En-suite
- Family Bathroom
- First Floor Sitting Room
- Spacious Dining Room
- Fitted Kitchen
- Patio Garden
- Allocated Parking, 6 month let, no pets
- QUIET MEWS LOCATION
Entering the property via a hardwood stable style door with glazed panel which opens to:
Reception Hallway 6'11 x 5' (2.1m x 1.52m) maximum measurement
Having a cast iron column radiator and coat hanging space, a broad opening with exposed rustic stonewall and heavy exposed lintel leads to:
Dining room 18'3" x 12'5" (5.56m x 3.75m)
With a pair of front aspect hardwood double glazed casement windows, with deep tiled windowsills, having views over the private courtyard. The room has exposed beams to the ceiling. A hardwood ledged and braced stable style door with a glazed panel opens onto the courtyard and a staircase rises to the first floor. The room is illuminated by modern halogen downlight spot lights and wall lamp points. There is a television aerial point, telephone point and a cast iron column radiator with thermostatic valve. The room has moonstone and wood effect Karndean flooring. An opening leads to:
Kitchen 14'1" x 8'1" maximum measurement
Having a rear aspect hardwood double glazed casement window and Karndean flooring. There is a good range of kitchen units in a solid oak finish comprising cupboards and drawers set beneath a polished granite work surface with a tiled splashback, wall mounted storage cupboards with under cabinet lighting, glass fronted display cabinets and open display shelving. Set within the work surfaces is a Belfast butler style sink with monoblock mixer tap and a 5 burner gas hob over which is an extractor canopy which is vented to outside. Beneath the hob there is and AEG fan assisted electric oven and further integral Bosch appliances include fridge, freezer, condensing dryer, slim line dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen is illuminated by modern halogen downlight spotlights and there is a heavy beam to the ceiling. Sited within the kitchen is a Worcester combination gas fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the property. There is a cast iron column radiator with a thermostatic valve.
From the dining room an open tread staircase, with rustic timber floor to ceiling balustrades, rises to the first floor:
Sitting Room 22' x 12'10" (6.7m x 3.91m)
Being open to the apex of the roof with a pair of King post trusses and exposed perlins. The room has a front aspect hardwood double glazed casement window overlooking the courtyard, with fine far reaching views over the surrounding properties and to the open countryside which surrounds the area. A hardwood glazed door opens to the original external stone staircase which was once the access to the upper floor. The room has polished exposed pine floor boards, cast iron column radiators and a television aerial point. The room is illuminated by wall lamp points. The curtained doorway leads to:
Bedroom One 12'8 x 10'10"(3.86m x 3.3m)
With a pair of front aspect hardwood double glazed casement windows with deep window sills. The room is open to the apex of the roof with exposed timbers. There is a dressing/wash unit with storage drawers and modern circular wash hand basin with monoblock pillar tap, having a natural stone tiled splash back and mirror. The room has a cast iron column radiator, wall light points and a batten door with Suffolk latch opening to:
En-suite shower room being fully tiled with Karndean flooring. Suite comprising a quadrant shower cubical with mixer shower, corner wc and wall hung wash basin with storage cupboard beneath. There is an extractor fan.
From the reception hallway a batten door with Suffolk latch opens to:
Bedroom Two 12'7" x 7'7" (3.83m x 2.31m)
A ground floor bedroom with a front aspect floor length hardwood double glazed window, cast iron column central heating radiator and built in wardrobe, with pine batten doors, providing hanging space and storage shelving.
Fully tiled family bathroom with natural slate tiles to the walls and pebble flooring, suite comprising Jacuzzi bath with air and spa jets and mood lighting, dual flush close coupled wc and pedestal wash basin. The room is illuminated by modern halogen downlight spotlights and there is a chrome finished towel radiator and extractor fan.
To the front of the property is a flagged courtyard garden enclosed by trellis fencing with raised beds stocked with flowering plants and a modern quadrant water feature. The property has outside lighting and power supply. To the end of the building is the original external stone staircase which gives access to the first floor. To the side of the property is a driveway providing ample parking for several vehicles.
All mains services are connected to the property.
From the market place in Crich take the Common road towards Fritchley and Bull Bridge, before leaving the market square the property can be found down a private drive on the left hand side identified by our for sale board.
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