A beautifully presented & extended three bedroom semi-detached cottage
Set in the heart of the sought after village of Ednaston, Derbyshire Dales
Stunning landscaped rear garden ideal for any garden lover!
Italian style courtyard patio creating a super outdoor entertaining area
Magnificent fitted kitchen/diner with Quartz work tops and bi-folding doors
Characterful living room with log burning stove
Re-fitted bathroom with Victorian style roll top bath
Block paved driveway
Fantastic cottage decorated tastefully throughout!
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BENNET SAMWAYS are delighted to offer for sale this beautifully presented & extended three bedroom semi-detached cottage set in the heart of the sought after village of Ednaston. The garden has been landscaped with a stunning patio cut into the garden which offers a good sized rear garden. The ground floor has under floor heating with radiators on the first floor.
Interior - Entrance is via the side entry leading into the magnificent high specification kitchen/diner. This room has been recently installed with a range of base mounted units and white quartz worktops and a full height built in pantry. There is a practical and very useful central island with white quartz worktops and a twin Belfast sink. Appliances include a Range cooker with gas hob/electric oven, extractor fan, dishwasher and space for a fridge/freezer. A particular feature of this fabulous room are the bi-folding doors which open onto the stunning patio which is ideal for entertaining, or for those lazy summer evenings relaxing with a book and a glass of wine! The stairs lead off to the first floor and an opening into an inner hall with access to the fitted utility room having units and plumbing for washing machine. A sliding door leads into a re-fitted guest cloakroom with WC. The living room is packed full of character with original beam ceiling, brick fireplace with newly installed log burning stove for those cold wintry nights.
On the first floor, off the landing is the master bedroom with a superb vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and a feature brick chimney breast. Bedroom two is also a generously proportioned with bedroom three more ideally suited to a dressing room or study. It does have a fitted cupboard and walk in wardrobe too. The bathroom has been totally re-fitted with a white suite including a Victorian style roll top bath and separate shower cubicle.
Exterior - A block paved driveway providing a double width drive. Side passage leading to the side entrance and rear garden. The rear garden has had some significant work creating a stunning enclosed Italian style courtyard seating area. With some strategically planted roses creating some lovely scent whilst relaxing outdoors. Steps lead up to the main lawn area with further borders and a brick outbuilding. The outbuilding has planning to extend with the same permission from the main extension, meaning the planning is in perpetuity. This could be a super garden home office.
Owner's perspective - "Rose Bank Cottage was purchased in October 2020, and the renovation started by taking everything back to brick, taking the old flat roof extension down, and removing 200 tonnes of soil (the number still amazes me!) out of the garden for the sunken patio. The double height extension was then built over the course of the next few months, transforming it into the home it is today. Everything in the cottage has been renovated to the highest standard, from the fully re-membraned roof with Staffordshire blue tiles, new plumbing, boiler and wiring, down to the full water underfloor heating system downstairs.
As timings typically work out, I met my now boyfriend after I’d been in the cottage for three months, who lives two hours away in East Yorkshire. Our jobs mean that it makes more sense for me to move up to be with him, hence the sale of Rose Bank Cottage. It’s been a dream to live here, and I’m going to really miss the cottage. When the bifold doors are open in the kitchen it’s a beautiful sun trap on the patio on summer evenings, and the living room is so cosy even in the depths of winter with the fire going. Ednaston is a wonderful village, and I’ve lived in the area my entire life as my parents lived two doors down from Rose Bank Cottage until I was five, before we moved a mile away to Hollington. As much as I’d love to stay, it’s time for me to make the next step and move to Yorkshire and for the next owners to enjoy this house as much as I have!"
Locality - Is a hamlet situated conveniently between Ashbourne and Derby. Located within easy reach of the A52 and has a converted historic building called Ednaston Park from where we work!
Agent's notes - Tenure: Freehold. Council Tax: Derbyshire Dales District Council band C. Services: Mains water, gas, electricity, mains drainage and current internet connection.
Driveway/Off Road Parking
Garden - Large