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27 Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NF
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Moor Lane, Elton, Derbyshire, DE4 2DA
3 Bedroomed    House

Key features:

  • Stone Built Period Cottage
  • Located in the Charming Village of Elton
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Spacious Dining Kitchen
  • Private Gardens
  • Off Road Parking & Garaging


An immaculately presented, delightful and characterful stone-built period cottage, ideally located at the centre of the popular village of Elton. With accommodation offering three bedrooms, family bathroom, two reception rooms and spacious and dining kitchen. There are delightfully private gardens, off road parking and garaging. Elton is a quiet, picturesque village surrounded by beautiful Derbyshire countryside with fine views and walks in every direction. Elton has a primary school, church and public house there is a local shop in the nearby village of Winster (1 mile) and a bus service to the nearby towns of Bakewell (6.4 miles) and Matlock (6 miles), making the village an ideal rural retreat.


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


ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 4’6 x 4’ (1.4m x 1.21m)

With exposed beams to the ceiling, feature exposed stonework, coat hanging space and a glazed panelled door opening to:


DINING ROOM 13’6 x 13’4 (4.11m x 4.06m)

Having front aspect double glazed casement windows overlooking the forecourt garden and a further borrowed light window to the kitchen. The room has a feature exposed stonewall, a heavy central beam to the ceiling and a feature fire opening with a raised hearth housing a multi fuel stove. To the side of the chimney breast are open display shelves. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, telephone point and a glazed door leading to:


DINING KITCHEN 20’6 x 8’8 (6.25m x 2.64m)

A spacious room having a rear aspect double glazed bow window enjoying superb views over the delightful enclosed garden and a further casement window to the dining area. The room has terracotta tiles to the floor and a good range of bespoke kitchen units by pre-eminence in a painted finish with cupboard and drawers set beneath a timber worksurface. There are wall mounted storage cupboards with under cabinet lighting and open display shelves. Set within the worksurface is porcelain sink with a mixer tap, and fitted within the kitchen there is a Britannia range style cooker with a six-burner gas hob, electric double ovens and grill, over which is a cooker hood. There is an integral washing machine and integral fridge. There is ample space within the kitchen for a family dining table. A half glazed panelled door opens to:


REAR ENTRANCE LOBBY 4’8 x 3’1 (1.46m x 0.94m)

Having a glazed panelled entrance door opening onto the gardens. Louver by fold doors open to a useful storage cupboard with fitted shelving and a built-in tumble drier. From the lobby a batten with thumb latch opens to:


STOREROOM 6’3 x 5’7 (1.9m x 1.7m)

Having fitted shelving, ceramic tiled floor and casement windows overlooking the garden. Sited within the room is a gas fired boiler which provides hot water and heating to the property.


From the dining room a fifteen-pane glazed door with obscured glass opens to:


INNER HALLWAY 3’8 x 2’9 (1.15m x 0.88m)

Having a front aspect double glazed casement window. Staircase rising to the first-floor accommodation and a further glazed door leading to:


SITTING ROOM 15’7 x 10’6 (4.75m x 3.2m) plus alcove 4’6 x 3’9 (1.4m x 1.88m)

The room has exposed beams to the ceiling, dual aspect double glazed casement windows and rear aspect patio doors, with floor length side light panels, opening onto a flagged terrace and gardens to rear of the property. To the corner of the room set upon a raised hearth is a multi-fuel stove. The room is illuminated by wall lamp points and there is a television aerial point with satellite facility.


From the inner hallway a staircase rises to:


FIRST FLOOR LANDING 8’7 x 3’9 (2.62m x 1.88m) & 7’4 x 3’8 (2.23m x 1.15m)

An L shaped landing with a central heating radiator and doors opening to:


BEDROOM ONE 15’7 x 10’5 (4.75m x 3.17m)

A light and spacious room with dual aspect casement windows and a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.


BEDROOM TWO 13’8 x 6’10 (4.16m x 2.08m)

Having front aspect casement windows set within a stone surround. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, display niche with open shelving and a deep curtain fronted storage cupboard with fitted shelving.


BEDROOM THREE 9’3 x 7’5 (2.82m x 2.26m)

Having rear aspect casement windows overlooking the enclosed garden and with fine far reaching views over the village to the open countryside which surrounds the area. The room has fitted open display shelving and a central heating radiator.


FAMILY BATHROOM 8’6 x 7’11 (2.59m x 2.41m)

With rear aspect casement windows overlooking the gardens. The room is partially tiled having a suite with panelled bath with Aquatronic electric shower over and concertina shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. There is a chrome finished ladder style towel radiator and a further central heating radiator. A louver door opens to an airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder which is fitted with an immersion heater.



To the front of the property is a forecourt garden enclosed by a low stone wall and having a deep border well stocked with flowering plants and ornamental shrubs. To the rear of the property is a delightful private enclosed garden with flagged seating areas and a central lawn with sculptured borders stocked with a good variety of flowering plants and ornamental shrubs. Immediately to the rear of the property is a flagged seating area where the doors open from the sitting room. Within the garden there are two timber garden sheds and a stone built solid fuel store possibly a former privy and pig sty. To the top of the garden is a further flagged seating area looking back to the house and catching the afternoon sun. The property has outside lighting, water and power supplies. To the side of the property as driveway leads to a flagged parking space which gives access a detached stone-built GARAGE with an up and over vehicle access door.



All mains services are connected to the property. Access to drive to the garage (back of the property) shared with neighbouring properties.


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



From the A6 at Darley Dale take the B5057 signposted Wensley and Winster follow the road over the river at Darley Bridge though the village of Wensley and on to Winster. Continue through the village along main street until reaching the crossroad with the B5056, go straight over and on to the village of Elton. Turn left opposite the church into Moor Road where the property can be found on the left-hand side.



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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