01629 760 899
 enquiries@sallybotham.co.uk
27 Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NF
London Office - 121 Park Lane, W1
 0207 318 7087

£575,000

Greenaway Lane, Hackney, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2QB
3 Bedroomed    Detached Bungalow

Key features:

  • Superbly Appointed, Exceptionally Well-Presented Detached Bungalow
  • Three Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Wet Room
  • Spacious Living Room, Dining Room/Bedroom Three
  • Large Dining Kitchen With Utility & Conservatory Off
  • Ample Off-Road Parking
  • Good-Sized Gardens
  • Space To Create Car Port/Garage, Subject To Necessary Consents
  • Enjoying Superb Far-Reaching Views Over Open Countryside
  • Conveniently Situated Close To Local Amenities And Bus Route
  • NO UPWARD CHAIN


An exceptionally well-presented and delightfully spacious detached bungalow, ideally located in a popular residential area on the outskirts of the town, enjoying superb far-reaching views over the open countryside of the Derwent Valley.  This superbly appointed well-proportioned property offers three bedrooms, family bathroom, wet room with disabled facilities, spacious living room, dining room/bedroom three, large dining kitchen with adjoining conservatory and utility room.  There is ample off-road parking, good-sized gardens with space to create car port/garage etc, subject to necessary consents. Conveniently situated close to local amenities at Two Dales with a regular bus service into Matlock Town.

Two Dales offers good local amenities including Doctors, Post office, Chemist, pub, garage with mini supermarket and a good local primary school. 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 (9 miles), Wirksworth (4.5miles) and Bakewell (8 miles). There is a branch line train station with a regular service to Derby and Nottingham.

Entering the property via a glazed entrance door with sidelight windows, having obscured glass.The door opens to:

RECEPTION HALLWAY 20’4” X 5’5” & 9’11” X 6’0” (6.20m x 1.65m & 3.02m x 1.83m)

A spacious hallway, having lightwood-effect laminate flooring, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, space for a study area and an access hatch opening to a large loft space with gable end windows.  The hallway has built-in cloak cupboards with hanging space.There is a telephone point and downlight spotlights.A panelled door opens to:

DINING KITCHEN 24’4” X 13’8” (7.41m x 4.16m)

A delightfully spacious room with rear aspect uPVC double glazed picture windows overlooking the gardens, and a roof lantern flooding the room with natural light.  There is lightwood-effect laminate flooring following through from the hallway, central heating radiators with thermostatic valves, a television aerial point and halogen downlights.The kitchen is fitted with a good range of contemporary units in a high gloss black finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a solid timber worksurface with a matching upstand.There are wall-mounted storage cupboards and a wine rack.Concealed within one of the cupboards is the Worcester gas-fired boiler, which provides hot water and central heating to the property.Set within the worksurface is a sink unit with mixer tap and a four-burner gas hob, over which is a cooker hood.Beneath the hob is a fan-assisted electric oven.Integral appliances include a twelve-place setting dishwasher and fridge.The worksurface returns to form a peninsular room divide and breakfast bar. From the kitchen, a pair of glazed French-style doors open to:

SITTING ROOM 17’10” X 14’5” (5.43m x 4.39m)

Having a front aspect uPVC double glazed picture window with superb far-reaching views over the open countryside and wooded hills of the Derwent Valley.  The room has lightwood-effect laminate flooring and a feature fire opening with a rustic brick surround, heavy exposed stone lintel and raised hearth housing a multifuel stove.There is coving to the ceiling, television aerial point with satellite facility and central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

From the dining kitchen, a further pair of glazed doors open to:

DINING ROOM/BEDROOM THREE 17’3” X 10’10” (5.26m x 3.30m)

With a front aspect double glazed picture window taking advantage of the superb far-reaching views and a further side aspect window flooding the room with natural light.  There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.A panelled door opens to:

REAR ENTRANCE HALLWAY 9’9” X 2’11” & 6’0” X 4’3” (2.97m x 0.89m & 1.83m x 1.30m)

Having a glazed entrance door opening onto the front of the property, lightwood-effect laminate flooring and a central heating radiator.  A sliding door opens to:

WETROOM/SHOWER 11’11” X 5’7” (3.63m x 1.70m)

Having a side aspect window with obscured glass, tiled shower area with mixer shower, wall-hung wash hand basin with fitted mirror over and low-level flush WC.  There is a chrome-finish ladder-style towel radiator, extractor fan and downlight spotlights.This spacious wet room/shower has grabrails and ample space for wheelchair access if required.

From the rear entrance hallway, a panelled door opens to:

UTILITY ROOM 9’9” X 4’11” (2.97m x 1.50m)

With dual aspect double glazed windows overlooking the driveway and the views beyond.  There is a timber-effect worksurface with storage cupboards beneath and wall-mounted storage cupboards.Set within the worksurface is a stainless sink with mixer tap and beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine and space for further white goods.There is a broom cupboard and further cupboards with storage shelving.

From the kitchen, a pair of half-glazed doors open to:

CONSERVATORY 15’5” X 11’4” (4.70m x 3.45m)

Being constructed in uPVC with double glazed panels set upon a dwarf wall and having an apexed polycarbonate roof.  A half-glazed entrance door opens onto the rear of the property.There is lightwood-effect laminate flooring following through from the dining kitchen and a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

From the reception hallway, further panelled doors open to:

BEDROOM ONE 14’0” X 13’11” (4.27m x 4.24m)

With a front aspect uPVC double glazed window enjoying the superb far-reaching views over the gardens and the open countryside beyond.  The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a television aerial point.

BEDROOM TWO 11’10” X 9’5” (3.60m x 2.87m)

Having a rear aspect uPVC double glazed window overlooking the gardens.  There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a range of built-in wardrobes providing hanging space and storage shelving.

FAMILY BATHROOM 8’9” X 9’10” (2.67m x 3.00m) maximum measurements

With a rear aspect double glazed window with obscured glass, ceramic tiles to the floor with underfloor heating and a contemporary suite with standalone bath with a floor-mounted pillar tap with handheld shower spray, contemporary wash hand basin with mixer tap and fitted mirror over and a dual flush close coupled WC.  The room is illuminated by downlight spotlights.There is a chrome-finished towel rail and extractor fan.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached via a shared entrance way, which leads to a driveway providing ample off-road parking for several vehicles.  To the front of the property is an area of south facing garden laid to lawn with borders stocked with a good range of flowering plants and ornamental shrubs, underplanted with spring flowering bulbs.To the rear of the property is a good-sized area of garden, mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by natural stone walls.Immediately to the rear of the property is a seating area with borders stocked with roses and ornamental shrubs.There is ample space at the front of the property to create further parking if required and space at the end of the building for a carport or garage etc, subject to necessary consents.

SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION

All mains services are connected to the property.

COUNCIL TAX BAND (Correct at time of publication)

DIRECTIONS

Leaving Matlock along the A6 towards Bakewell after passing St Elphin’s retirement village turn right into Greenaway Lane, follow the road around the right hand bend where the property can be found on the left hand side.


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