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11, Church Street, Holloway, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 5AY
4 Bedroomed Town House

Key Features

  • Gas fired central heating
  • Sealed unit double glazing
  • Ground floor
  • Entrance lobby
  • Reception hall
  • Sitting room with wood burning stove
  • Dining room
  • Lower ground floor
  • Well-appointed breakfast kitchen
  • Conservatory

GENERAL INFORMATION


An internal inspection is highly recommended as this deceptively spacious characterful cottage offering good sized living accommodation with the added benefit of gas fired central heating, sealed unit double glazing and a wealth of charm and character throughout.


The accommodation briefly comprises, entrance lobby, reception hall, sitting room and dining room, a dining kitchen together with a conservatory, family room / study / bedroom four, shower room and w.c.. To the first floor the bedroom one has a range of built-in wardrobes, bedroom two, the bathroom and in addition there is an attic bedroom three with exceptional views.


Directly to the rear of the property, is a well stocked mature garden with elevated patio enjoying unrivalled views of the surrounding, rolling Derbyshire countryside.


LOCATION


The property occupies a highly convenient location with immediate facilities including a popular pub, church and chapel. Located, within walking distance, is Lea primary school with a current Ofsted rating of "outstanding". In turn within the village of Holloway there is good on road parking, doctor's surgery, award winning butchers and general store / post office. It is well located for the commuter with access to Matlock, Chesterfield, Sheffield, Derby and Nottingham with easy access to the A38 / M1. Furthermore there is a railway station located at Cromford with connections to Ambergate and Derby Station. The bus service in the village runs hourly to Matlock and two hourly to Alfreton and Ripley. The property is located within the Amber Valley and also provides a gateway to the nearby Peak District National Park.


ACCOMMODATION


ON THE GROUND FLOOR


Composite panelled and double glazed door with fan light over provides access to:


ENTRANCE LOBBY

Having pine panelled and glazed door providing access to:


L-SHAPED RECPETION HALLWAY

Having central heating radiator. Panelled door providing access to a well proportioned cloaks cupboard. Staircase off to first floor with pine handrail. Two panelled doors provide access to the sitting room and dining room respectively. A panelled and double glazed opaque door in upvc frame to side provides access to the side porch.


SIDE PORCH  -  0.8m 1.68m (2'7" 5'6")

Providing a useful storage area having panelled and opaque glazed door to front and rear with stone steps leading to the rear garden. Opaque glazed window to side.


DINING ROOM  -  3.93m x 3.96m (12'11" x 13'0")

Note the former measurement being taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast having a wooden fireplace with raised granite hearth having a real flame gas fire and tiled surround. The latter measurement being taken into the full depth of the sealed unit double glazed bay window in upvc frame to front. Central heating radiator. Dado rail. Coved cornice and ceiling rose. Exposed pine floor boards.


L-SHAPED SITTING ROOM  -  3.69m x 5.00m (12'1" x 16'5")

Note the measurements being maximum measurements. Feature fireplace with exposed large stone lintel, tiled hearth and cast iron Morso stove. Exposed ceiling beam. Central heating radiator. TV aerial connection. TV aerial connection. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame with exposed timber lintel and sealed unit double glazed French doors with cast iron Romeo and Juliette balcony enjoying superb far reaching views. Pine panelled door with stone staircase lead off to the lower ground floor.


ON THE LOWER GROUND FLOOR


BREAKFAST KITCHEN  -  5.12m x 3.61m (16'10" x 11'10")

Having a handmade wooden kitchen comprising of a range of oak wooden block preparation surfaces with a recess ceramic Belfast sink unit, tiled splashback and swan-neck mixer tap over with a range of panelled and painted handmade base drawers and cupboards beneath. Complementary wall mounted cupboards over. Belling range style cooker which incorporates a four ring gas hob with adjacent electric warming place and two ovens / grill beneath, positioned in a range style red brick chimney breast with exposed stone lintel over and tiled splashback. Appliance space with plumbing suitable for a dishwasher. Three further appliance spaces suitable for an integrated fridge, freezer and washing machine. Wall mounted Ideal gas fired combination boiler which provides domestic hot water and services the central heating system. Stone tiled floor covering. Central heating radiator. Recessed spot lights. Window and farmhouse style glazed door overlook and provide access to the conservatory. A further double glazed door to rear leads onto the patio and garden enjoying superb far reaching views. Under stairs storage / pantry area. Two pine latched doors which provide access to a shower room and family room / additional bedroom.


CONSERVATORY  -  2.29m x 2.49m (7'6" x 8'2")

Having ceramic tiled floor covering. A range of sealed unit double glazed windows to side and rear with French doors opening onto the garden and enjoying superb far reaching views.


FAMILY ROOM / STUDY / BEDROOM FOUR  -  3.49m x 2.88m (11'5" x 9'5")

Note the latter measurement being taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast. Central heating radiator. Cupboard housing gas meter. Recessed spot lights. Sealed unit double glazed window to four.


SHOWER ROOM

Having a white suite comprising of low level WC, wash hand basin with tiled splashback and tiled shower cubicle with electric shower over. Central heating radiator. Electric extractor fan. Recessed spot lights. Ceramic tiled floor covering.


ON THE FIRST FLOOR


SEMI-GALLERIED LANDING

Having handrail, balusters and newel post. A pine panelled door with staircase leads to the attic bedroom three. Three further panelled doors provide access to bedroom one, bedroom two and the bathroom.


BEDROOM ONE  -  5.05m x 3.37m (16'7" x 11'1")

Note the former measurement taken into the full depth of the room width built-in wardrobes with hanging rails and mirrored sliding doors. Also taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast which incorporates a feature cast iron fireplace with original tiled hearth. Central heating radiator. Picture rail. Panelled door provides access to a most useful under stairs storage cupboard. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame to front.


BEDROOM TWO  -  2.70m x 2.71m (8'10" x 8'11")

Having central heating radiator. Feature cast iron original fireplace with hearth. Picture rail. Sealed unit double glazed window in upvc frame enjoying must be seen far reaching views over surrounding countryside.


BATHROOM  -  2.78m x 2.18m (9'1" x 7'2")

Being part tiled and having a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and bath with mixer tap / handheld shower plus electric Triton shower over. Central heating radiator. Built-in linen cupboard housing hot water cylinder with slatted shelving over. Sealed unit double glazed opaque window in upvc frame to rear.


ATTIC BEDROOM THREE  -  4.96m x 4.96m (16'3" x 16'3")

Note the measurements include the staircase and are taken into the eaves to front and rear. Electric heater. Storage cupboards to front and rear eaves. Sealed unit double glazed window to side. Three sealed unit double glazed roof light windows to rear with blackout blinds, enjoying super far reaching views.



Well proportioned paved patio area with sleeper steps leading to a landscaped lawned garden incorporating a range of flowering and herbaceous borders and having a timber garden shed. Cold water tap.


COUNCIL TAX BAND


Amber Valley Borough Council - Tax Band D


DIRECTIONAL NOTE


The approach from our Matlock Office is to proceed south along the A6, passing through Matlock Bath and upon reaching the traffic light junction at Cromford, proceeds through the lights taking the first turning on the left into Mill Road, proceed along Mill Road, crossing over the River Derwent and in turn continue along this road passing Cromford Station, where the road becomes Lea Road. Thereafter continue along Lea Road passing through Leabridge, where the road becomes Mill Lane, climbing the hill into the village of Holloway, before turning left into Church Street, where number 11 is eventually located on the left hand side.


VIEWING


Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Matlock Office (AT 07.11.2019)


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