A delightfully spacious stone built, detached, two bedroom property. Situated on a private drive in an elevated position with commanding views over open countryside of the Derwent Valley. Matlock is a picturesque spa town in the heart of Derbyshire close to the Peak District National Park, surrounded by beautiful open countryside. The town has a wealth of historic buildings as well as excellent local amenities and good primary and secondary schools. At the centre of the town is Hall Leys Park with sports facilities children's play area, formal gardens and a riverside walk. Situated on the A6 trunk road, there is easy access to Manchester, Derby and Nottingham and the nearby towns of Chesterfield, Wirksworth and Bakewell.
Entering the property via a batten style entrance door which opens to:
Entrance Porch 9'6 x 4'11 (2.9m x 1.49m)
Having quarry tiles to the floor, windows to two aspects and a half glazed entrance door opening to:
Reception Hallway 14' x 3'8 (4.27m x 1.11m)
With a staircase rising to the first floor, telephone point, central heating radiator and original panelled doors opening to:
Sitting Room 15'10 x 14' (4.82m x 4.27m measured into the bay)
Having a front aspect double glazed casement bay window wit a fitted window seat enjoying views over the gardens to the open countryside beyond. The room has a feature fireplace with painted slate surround and cast iron insert housing an open grate. There is an original fitted picture rail, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and television aerial point with satellite facility.
Dining Room 17'2 x 15'8 (5.23m x 4.77m measured into the bay)
With a front aspect double glazed square bay window with a fitted window seat. The room has a display niche with fitted shelving, feature fireplace with a painted surround and a cast iron insert housing an open grate. The room has a central heating radiator.
From the hallway a pair of doors open to a useful under stairs storage cupboard and a broad arched opening leads to:
Rear Entrance Lobby
With a half glazed door opening onto the rear of the property and an arched opening leading to:
Dining Kitchen 16'6 x 8'6 (5.03m x 2.59m)
With rear aspect casement windows, quarry tiles to the floor and a range of kitchen units with cupboards and drawers beneath a granite effect work surface with a tiled splashback and wall mounted storage cupboards. Set within the work surface is a stainless sink with mixer tap and a 4-burner gas hob over which is an extractor canopy. Fitted within the kitchen is an eye-level double oven and grill and there is an integral freezer, 12-place setting dishwasher and space and connection for an automatic washing machine. Within the kitchen is a fridge freezer. The room has a central heating radiator and is illuminated by low energy down lights. There is ample space for a family dining table if required. A panelled door opens to:
Cloak Room 5'3 x 3'2 (1.6m x 0.96m)
With rear aspect windows with obscured glass. Suite with close coupled W.C and wall hung wash hand basin.
From the reception hallway a staircase rises to:
First Floor Landing 8'10 x 5'4 (2.69m x 1.63m)
Having a split-level landing having a rear aspect double glazed casement window enjoying views over the open countryside. Panelled doors open to:
Bedroom One 17'2 x 15'8 (5.23m x 4.77m)
With a front aspect double glazed square bay window with superb far reaching views over the open countryside that surrounds the area. The room has a feature fireplace with a painted surround and cast iron and tiled insert and hearth housing an open grate. The room has a central heating radiator and fitted corner cupboard.
Bedroom Two 14' x 12'7 (4.27m x 3.83m)
Having dual aspect double glazed windows and central heating radiator.
Family Bathroom 8'3 x 6' (2.51m x 1.83m)
With a front aspect double glazed casement window enjoying views afforded by the property. Suite with panelled bath having Mira electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and high level flush W.C. The room has a central heating radiator.
From the landing is an airing cupboard having slatted linen storage shelving and housing the hot water cylinder which is fitted with an immersion heater.
To the front and side of the property is a good size area of garden mainly laid to lawn interspersed with mature fruit trees. Immediately to the front of the property is a flagged patio taking advantage of the southerly aspect and the delightful far reaching views. Within the garden is a timber garden shed and a summerhouse.
Head up Bank Road and turn left onto Smedley St. Turn right up Old Hackney Road and then right up Farley Hill. Continue up the hill past the terraced houses to the top of the hill, past the new building site and take the right turn onto Bowler Lane. The property is the third house down.
Services and General Information
All mains services are connected to the property.