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67, The Hill, Cromford, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3QR
1 Bedroomed Terraced House

Key Features

  • Gas central heating
  • Sitting room with feature fireplace and beamed ceiling
  • Kitchen
  • Rear porch / utility room
  • Well proportioned bedroom
  • Bathroom
  • Viewing strongly recommended


This sale offers an excellent opportunity for the discerning purchaser, first time buyer or person seeking a second home / holiday cottage to acquire this Grade II Listed character stone built one bedroomed cottage.

The property is sold with the benefit of no upward chain, gas fired central and internally briefly comprises of a sitting room with beamed ceiling and feature fireplace, fitted kitchen and rear porch / utility room. To the first floor is a well proportioned bedroom and a bathroom.

Outside to the rear there is a lock-up shed facility.


The property is located in the popular village of Cormford noted for the Derwent Valley Mills which is now registered as a World Heritage Site. The village includes a primary school, newsagents, various public houses (one a hotel), antique shops and church together with a range of restaurants. Cromford Canal is close by providing access to the High Peak Trail.

Matlock is located 3 miles to the north and Wirksworth approximately 2 miles to the south, both these towns offering a wider range of amenities including shops, schools and leisure facilities. Carsington Water is approximately 6 miles with its noted leisure facilities and water sports.

The nearby A6 provides swift onward travel to both the north and south. Cormford also has the benefit of a railway station providing access to Derby Station.


Feature wooden entrance door provides access to:

LIVING ROOM  -  3.56m x 3.47m (11'8" x 11'5")

Note the latter measurement being taken adjacent to the chimney breast having Range style stone fireplace with raised stone hearth incorporating electric stove effect fire. Adjacent built-in storage cupboard housing electricity meter, gas meter and electricity consumer unit. Central heating radiator. Beamed ceiling. Telephone jack point. Satellite aerial connection. Secondary glazed window to front. Feature pine latched and braced door provides access to the:

KITCHEN  -  3.48m x 2.11m (11'5" x 6'11")

Note the measurements including the staircase off to first floor with useful under stairs storage cupboard having power and light - ideal appliance space for a fridge / freezer. The kitchen itself has a roll edged preparation surface incorporating an inset one and a half stainless steel sink unit with adjacent drainer, chromed mixer tap over, tiled splashback with based drawers and cupboards beneath. Complementary wall mounted cupboards over and shelving. Appliance space with gas / electric cooker supply. Central heating radiator. Window and door to rear which overlooks and provide access to the:

REAR PORCH / UTILITY ROOM  -  2.05m x 2.83m (6'9" x 9'3")

Note the measurements are maximum measurements as the room is of a triangle shape. Roll edged preparation surface with base drawers beneath and appliance space with plumbing ideal for a washing machine. Wooden door to rear.



Having a feature pine braced and latched door leading into the bedroom and a further door providing access to the bathroom.

BEDROOM  -  3.54m x 3.48m (11'7" x 11'5")

Note the latter measurement being taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast which incorporates a stone fireplace. Radio -based internet connection (W3Z). Central heating radiator. Secondary glazed window to front.

L-SHAPED BATHROOM  -  2.13m x 1.71m extending to 2.62m (7'0" x 5'7" ex tending to 8'7")

Having a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low level WC and panelled bath with glass shower screen and shower over. Ladder style heated towel rail. Built-in overstairs cupboard housing a wall mounted Worcester combination boiler which provides domestic hot water and services the central heating system. Opaque window to rear.


Access can be gained to the rear of the property via a rear path providing access to the rear porch / utility room.


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The approach from our Wirksworth office is to proceed up St John's Street passing the Market Place, passing the Co-operative store / petrol station. Continue along this road, climbing Steeple Grange and passing under the bridge for the High Peak Trail. Continue along this road travelling down Cromford Hill where eventually number 67 will be located on the right hand side clearly denoted by our "For Sale" board.

The approach from our Matlock office is to proceed south along the A6 passing through Matlock Bath and upon reaching the traffic light junction turn right for Cromford into Cromford Market Place, continue along this road which becomes Cromford Hill where the property is eventually located on the left hand side, clearly denoted by our "For Sale" board.


Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Wirksworth Office 01629 823489 (AT 11.05.2018)

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