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27 Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NF
London Office - 121 Park Lane, W1
 0207 318 7087

£750,000

Bank Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NF
12 Bedroomed    House

Key features:

  • Close To Town Centre
  • Large Car Park & Gardens To Rear
  • Substantial Properties
  • 12 Bedrooms
  • Mixture Of 6 Bath/Shower Rooms
  • Large Fully Fitted Breakfast Kitchen And Utility.
  • Several Reception Rooms
  • Many Original Features Retained
  • Ideal For Variety Of Uses Subject To Necessary Planning Permissions
  • No Upward Chain

A pair of substantial, elegant, stone fronted period properties ideally located at the centre of the town. Retaining many original features with an arts and crafts influence. The spacious accommodation has in recent years been occupied as living accommodation for a local school. Currently with interconnecting doors the two properties jointly offer – Twelve bedrooms, three bathrooms, one en suite shower room, one wet room shower, one shower room, five separate lavatories, two elegant sitting rooms, dining room, fully fitted breakfast kitchen, spacious garden room, utility room and ancillary storerooms. There are two storage cellars, a good-sized rear garden with a carpark beyond with six marked out parking bays.

 

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 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.

 

24 BANK ROAD

 

Entering the property via a half-glazed entrance door which is protected by an open portico porch the door opens to:

 

RECEPTION HALLWAY 16’8 x 8’10 (5.08m x 2.69m)

Having an elegant staircase rising to the upper floor accommodation, original cornice to the ceiling, central heating radiator and doors opening to:

 

SITTING ROOM 17’ x 15’5 (5.18m x 4.7m) and 6’11 x 5’ (2.1m x 1.52m) into the bay

Having a front aspect bay window with views over the town and open countryside that surrounds the area. The room has original cornice to the ceiling, fitted delft rack, deep original skirting boards and a fine feature fireplace set within an arched recess, illuminated by original decorative leaded light windows, having an ornate painted timber fire surround with a tiled insert and hearth originally housing an open grate. To the side of the fireplace are open display shelves supported by decorative pillars and a display cabinet with bevelled glass doors. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, television aerial point and a closed off arch way which once led to a second reception room to the rear of the property.

 

 

 

 

RECEPTION ROOM TWO 19’2 x 15’5 (5.84m x 4.7m) maximum measurements

Currently divided into an independent living bedsit but retaining its original cornice to the ceiling and original fireplace set within a stylised inglenook with a decorative painted surround housing a cast iron and tiled insert with an open grate. To the side of the fireplace there are built-in open display shelves. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a glazed entrance door with side light panels opening onto a decked terrace to the rear of the property and enjoying views over the town towards Riber Castle. The room retains its original delft rack and has a kitchenette with stainless sink, two ring electric hob, built in fridge, microwave and storage cupboards. There is a tiled shower room with cubicle with mixer shower, wall hung wash hand basin and dual flush close coupled WC. There is an extractor fan.

 

From the Entrance hallway a door opens to:

 

INNER HALLWAY 10’9 x 6’ (3.28m x 1.83m)

Having built-in storage cupboards and a half-glazed door opening to the genell between the properties and further doors leading to:

 

MEDICAL ROOM & TOILET 11’6 x 9’10 (3.5m x 3m)

With an original sliding sash side aspect window enjoying views towards High Tor and Heights of Abraham. The room is currently divided into a medical room and lavatory and could be easily reverted to one room to create a kitchen if required. There is a closed of servery hatch to the dining room.

 

A door opens to:

 

UTILITY/LAUNDRY 11’2 x 8’6 (3.4m x 2.59m)

Having a side aspect window and a range of kitchen units in a light wood effect finish with cupboards and drawers beneath a granite effect worksurface with a matching splashback. 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. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a door, with side light windows, opening to:

 

GARDEN ROOM 28’ x 15’4 (8.53m x 4.67m)

With upvc double glazed picture windows overlooking the gardens and a polycarbonate roof creating a light and airy room. There are central heating radiators and a door opening to: the gennell between the properties and a further door leading to number 26 kitchen.

 

From the inner hallway a door opens to a stone staircase which descends to:

 

STORAGE CELLAR 18’ x 16’11 (5.48m x 5.15m)

Having quarry tiles to the floor, original stone thrawls, power and lighting. Sited within the cellar a Glow Worm gas fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to number 24.

 

From the reception hallway an elegant quarter turn staircase with fluted column newels, with urn shaped finials and a trellis style balustrade rises to a half landing where a door opens to a Storage Cupboard 7’4 x 3’3 (2.23m x 0.99m) with fitted shelving and a further glazed door connects to number 26.

 

From the half landing steps rise to:

 

FIRST FLOOR GALLERY LANDING 21’2 x 8’9 (6.45m x 2.67m) measured over the stair well

Doors open to:

 

BEDROOM ONE 17’3 x 15’4 (5.26m x 4.67m) plus bay 6’10 x 4’11 (2.08m x 1.49m)

Having front aspect bay windows with original Yorkshire style top lights enjoying views over the town and the open countryside beyond. The room has central heating radiators, original coving to the ceiling, bedroom fireplace with a cast iron surround and tiled and insert housing a cast iron grate. There is a pedestal wash hand basin with tile splashback. A further sliding sash window overlooks Bank Road and floods the room with natural light.

 

BEDROOM TWO 16’ x 12’9 (4.88m x 3.89m)

Having rear aspect sliding sash windows with views towards Riber Castle and the church. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and an original closed off bedroom fireplace.

 

BEDROOM THREE 11’7 x 8’2 (3.53m x 2.49m)

Having front aspect original sliding sash windows, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and pedestal wash hand basin set within a tiled recess.

 

SHOWER ROOM 8’11 x 5’4 (2.72m x 1.63m)

With a rear aspect original sliding sash window with obscured glass, built-in storage cupboard, wet room shower with mixer shower, pedestal wash hand basin and dual flush close coupled WC. There is an extractor fan and central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

 

SEPARATE LAVATORY 5’7 x 3’4 (1.7m x 1.01m)

Having a roof light window, low level cistern WC., and pedestal wash hand basin. There is an extractor fan.

 

BEDROOM FOUR 15’ x 11’6 (4.57m x 3.5m)

With a rear aspect sliding sash picture window with views over the gardens and the town towards Riber Castle. There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, pedestal wash hand basin and an original cast iron fireplace (closed off).

 

 

 

From the landing a glazed fire door opens to a quarter turn staircase which rises to a half landing where a doors open to the second floor of number 26 and..

 

LAVATORY 6’8 x 3’4 (2.03m x 1.01m)

Having a low-level flush WC., pedestal wash hand basin and an extractor fan.

 

SECOND FLOOR LANDING 12’1 x 8’11 (3.68m x 2.72m)

Having a roof light window, original balustrade, central heating radiator and doors opening to:

 

BEDROOM FIVE 15’6 x 14’10 (4.72m x 4.52m)

With front aspect double glazed casement windows overlooking the town. There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

 

BEDROOM SIX 12’9 x 12’6 (3.89m x 3.81m)

Having a rear aspect dormer window enjoying delightful views over the surrounding properties taking in Riber Castle and High Tor. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

 

FAMILY BATHROOM 11’3 x 6’10 (3.43m x 2.08m) and 4’6 x 3’4 (1.37m x 1.01m)

A fully tiled L shaped room with front aspect double glazed casement windows with obscured glass. Suite with panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, dual flush close coupled WC. and quadrant shower cubicle with mixer shower. There is an extractor fan.

 

EAVES STORAGE SPACE 10’10 x 9’7 (3.3m x 2.92m)

Being fully plastered and housing the cold-water storage tank.













26 BANK ROAD

 

Entering the property by a glazed entrance door which is protected by an open portico porch. The door opens to:

 

RECEPTION HALLWAY 16’7 x 8’8 (5.05m x 2.64m)

Having a staircase rising to the first-floor accommodation, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, original cornice to the ceiling and doors opening to:

 

SITTING ROOM 16’11 x 15’5 (5.15m x 4.7m) plus bay 8’5 x 4’8 (2.56m x 1.42m)

Having a front aspect bay window with original Yorkshire style top lights. The room has original cornice to the ceiling and a fine feature fireplace with a decorative painted surround and a tiled insert and hearth housing an open grate. To the side of the fireplace are open display shelves with decorative pillars and a display cabinet with bevelled glass panels. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and deep original skirting boards.

 

DINING ROOM 19’ x 15’2 (5.79m x 4.62m)

With a rear aspect glazed door with side light panels opening to a decked seating area and the gardens. The room has elegant original cornice to the ceiling and a fine original ingle nook style fireplace with decorative leaded glass side panels, open display shelves and a feature fireplace (closed off) with a painted decorative surround. The room has central heating radiators with thermostatic valves.

 

From the hallway a door opens to Inner Hall 10’9 x 4’6 (3.28m x 1.37m) having built in storage cupboards and a half-glazed door opening to the gennell between the properties and a door opening leading to:

 

KITCHEN 21’7 x 11’2 (6.58m x 3.4m)

With side aspect windows and a glazed door with a side light window opening to the garden room. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of shaker style units with cupboards and drawers set beneath a marble effect worksurface with a matching splashback. There are wall mounted storage cupboards and a peninsula unit creating a breakfast bar, space and connection for a range style cooker. Set within the worksurface is a one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap and a four-ring ceramic hob over which is a cooker hood. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

 

From the inner hallway a door opens to a stone staircase which descends to a Storage Cellar 18’2 x 14’8 (5.53m x 4.47m) having quarry tiles to the floor, original stone thrawls, power and lighting. Sited within the cellar is the Glow Worm gas fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to number 26.

 

From the reception hallway a quarter turn staircase rises to a half landing where a connecting door leads to number 24 and steps rise to:

 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 21’2 x 8’9 (6.45m x 2.67m) maximum measurements over the stair well

There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and doors opening to:

 

BEDROOM ONE 17’5 x 7’8 (5.31m x 2.33m)

With front aspect casement windows with original Yorkshire style top lights. The room has a central heating radiator and deep original skirting boards.

 

BEDROOM TWO 13’10 x 7’5 (4.22m x 2.26m)

Having a pair of front aspect casement windows with Yorkshire style top lights. There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve. Bedrooms one and two were originally one large room and could be reverted if required.

 

A panelled door opens to:

 

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM 7’7 x 6’5 (2.31m x 1.95m)

With a front aspect sliding sash window, quadrant shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and dual flush close coupled WC. There is an extractor fan and central heating radiator.

 

BEDROOM THREE 15’10 x 12’9 (4.82m x 3.89m)

Having rear aspect original sliding sash windows, original cornice to the ceiling, pedestal wash hand basin and central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

 

From the landing a door opens to:

 

WET ROOM SHOWER 7’3 x 4’7 (2.21m x 1.39m)

Being fully tiled and having a mixer shower and extractor fan.

 

FAMILY BATHROOM 9’3 x 5’9 (2.82m x 1.75m)

With a rear aspect sliding sash window with obscured glass, suite with panelled bath having a mixer shower over and glass shower screen, vanity style wash hand basin set within an arched alcove with a storage cupboard beneath. There is a dual flush close coupled WC. and central heating radiator.

 

SEPARATE LAVATORY 5’6 x 3’5 (1.67m x 1.04m)

Having a low-level flush WC., pedestal wash hand basin and extractor fan.

 

BEDROOM FOUR 15’2 x 11’7 (4.62m x 3.53m)

With a rear aspect picture window overlooking the gardens and the town towards Riber Castle. The room has a pedestal wash hand basin and central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

 

From the first floor landing a fire door opens to a staircase which rises to a half landing where an interconnecting door leads to number 24 and steps rise to:

 

SECOND FLOOR LANDING

Having a roof light window and doors opening to:

 

BEDROOM FIVE 16’3 x 14’11 (4.95m x 4.55m)

With a front aspect double glazed casement bow window with views over the town. The room has a central heating radiator and pedestal wash hand basin.

 

BEDROOM SIX 13’11 x 12’6 (4.24m x 3.81m) measured into the window recess

With a rear aspect window enjoying views towards Riber Castle. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

 

FAMILY BATHROOM 8’3 x 5’11 (2.51m x 1.8m)

A fully tiled room having a Velux roof light window and suite with a P shaped shower bath having a mixer shower and curved glass shower screen, semi countertop wash hand basin with storage cupboard beneath and dual flush close coupled WC. There is a chrome finish ladder style towel radiator, extractor fan and built-in storage cupboard.

 

From the landing a door opens to:

 

EAVES STORAGE ROOM 10’10 x 8’8 (3.3m x 2.64m)

Being fully plastered and housing a cold-water storage tank.

 

OUTSIDE

To the front of the properties are two forecourt gardens with gravelled beds ideal for displaying pot plants. The gardens are enclosed by natural stone walls and there is an access door to a gennell between the two properties. To the rear of the property is a delightful garden laid to lawn and interspersed with mature ornamental trees. There is a brick-built BBQ and an ornamental pond. Beyond the garden there is a carpark accessed from Limegrove Walk.

 

SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION

All mains services are connected to the property.

 

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

 

DIRECTIONS

Leaving Matlock Crown Square via Bank road the properties can be found on the right hand side opposite the Town Hall.


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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