The Hill, Cromford, Matlock DE4 3QR, UK
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We are delighted to offer this one bedroom, stone-built cottage which is located in this sought after village of Cromford. This home, whilst requiring a programme of refurbishment has a wealth of character and original features. The accommodation comprises; lounge, kitchen one bedroom and a bathroom. Outside there is a pleasant courtyard to the rear with rooftop views towards the hills and surrounding countryside. Two useful outbuildings. No upward Chain. Ideal First Time Buy/Investment. Virtual Tour Available.
The cottage is set on the hill above the village of Cromford, which is a popular local centre with shops, cafes, pubs and a sought after primary school. Nearby towns such as Wirksworth, Matlock and Ashbourne offer further facilities, and the city of Derby is just half an hour away by car. Cromford has a railway station and is well connected to the main road network by the A6. The village is part of a Unesco World Heritage Site set in the rolling countryside of Derbyshire Dales, and is close to the Peak District National Park as well as Carsington Water which offers watersports and wildlife activities.. Lovely walks from the doorstep here too, with a network of footpaths linking up with the nearby High Peak Trail.
The home is entered via the part glazed front door which opens into the
Lounge (3.54 x 3.45 (11'7" x 11'3"))
With secondary glazed window to the front aspect. There is a wooden fire surround with coal-effect electric fire inset and a built in display cabinet and cupboard built into the chimney recess. A door leads to the
Kitchen (2.68 x 2.13 (8'9" x 6'11"))
With a traditional range of pine wall and base units with worktop over and inset stainless steel sink. There is a window to the rear aspect and a door that leads out to the rear courtyard. The staircase rises to the first floor and beneath there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and 3/4 height fridge freezer.
On arrival at the first floor landing, the door on the left leads into the
Bedroom (3.54 x 3.43 (11'7" x 11'3"))
A good sized double bedroom with a secondary glazed window to the front aspect.
Bathroom (2.65 x 2.15 (8'8" x 7'0"))
Having a coloured three piece suite comprising of a panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal sink and low flush WC. There is an obscured glass window to the rear aspect and a built in airing cupboard houses the hot water tank with slatted shelving over for linen etc.
Immediately to the rear of the property there is a pleasant paved courtyard garden having super hilltop views. There is a pathway which leads past the neighbour's garden which leads out to The Hill. A door opens to reveal
Outbuilding One (1.63 x 0.95 (5'4" x 3'1"))
The former coalhouse with small window to the front aspect. Power and light laid on. Ideal for siting a tumble drier.
Outbuilding Two (1.82 x 0.87 (5'11" x 2'10"))
At the bottom of the garden, passing over the neighbouring property's garden there is a stone built former outhouse, ideal for the storage of bikes/garden equipment.
From our Wirksworth office in the Market Place proceed along Harrison Drive (B5023) in the direction of Cromford. As you continue down the hill towards the Market Place, number 55 will be found on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale Sign. There is opportunity to park close by on the same side of the road subject to a first come, first served basis.
Council Tax Information
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band X which is currently £XX per annum.