A rare opportunity to acquire this spacious four bedroom detached family home
Detached double garage with electric door
Situated on a lovely plot with stunning mature gardens
Fully redecorated throughout
The gross internal area is 1,400sq.ft.
Spacious dual aspect sitting room
Study ideal for a work from home office
Master bedroom with ensuite shower room
Queen Elizabeth Grammar Catchment area
EPC rating C
BENNET SAMWAYS are delighted to offer for sale this rare opportunity to acquire a spacious four bedroom detached family home situated on a lovely plot with a detached double garage and beautiful mature gardens. The gross internal area is 1,400sq.ft.
The property has had some refurbishment recently and requires re-carpeting in most of the rooms. The owners have left this for a buyer to personalise to their own requirements and specifications.
Interior - Entrance via storm porch leading into the main hallway which reveals the staircase leading off to the first floor along with a useful under stairs storage cupboard. The sitting room is dual aspect with a fireplace. A patio door leads into the conservatory with double doors into the dining room. The conservatory has a tiled floor with a door leading onto the beautiful garden. The dining room has a bay window and joins onto the kitchen which could be opened up into a lovely open plan kitchen. The kitchen requires modernisation and has wooden wall and base units with worktops. Integrated appliances include a gas hob, extractor fan, double electric oven, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The utility has units and worktops with plumbing for washing machine and space for a dryer. There is a side door leading to passageway with easy access to the double garage.
On the first floor, there is a landing with airing cupboard. A master bedroom enjoys a rear garden view with ensuite shower room. Three further bedrooms with built in wardrobes/cupboards. Lastly, a family bathroom with a white suite.
Exterior - Approached via its own private driveway and lots of parking and even a turning area. There is a detached double garage with electric door. The front garden has mature borders and a side tradesman entrance leading to the rear garden. The main rear garden is so private, and has been lovingly nurtured creating a wonderful mature garden with borders packed with mature shrubs and some trees. There is paved patio and even an almost hidden extra seating area. There are lawns and a greenhouse.
Locality - Ashbourne is a historic market town known as “The Gateway to the Peak District” due to its convenient location to the magnificent Peak District National Park. It is within easy access of the A50 (9 miles) which connects to the M1 & M6 motorway links. Famous for its annual Royal Shrovetide Football (dates back to 1667) which is played on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday. There is a great array of amenities and facilities within a thriving town centre, which offers a plethora of individual, mainly independent shops and cafes. Ashbourne has a popular golf course on the outskirts of the town, and has the highly sought after secondary school of Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School (QEGs) which serves Ashbourne and the surrounding Derbyshire Dales villages. There is a bus station which helps connect Ashbourne to Derby and Uttoxeter with a number of regular services, and nearby train stations at Uttoxeter and Derby & Matlock.
Owner's perspective - "'Russets' has been a wonderfully happy home for many years. It has seen the family grow and mature and welcomed grandchildren and great grandchildren alike. The home has always been the heart of the family and experienced a lot of laughter and happiness. We instantly felt at home in this house as the surrounding community and neighbourhood are so welcoming. The house is ideally placed for Ashbourne and local amenities, situated, as it is, in the Peak District with its breathtaking views. We have found the space and privacy of the house and garden a bonus for the quiet seclusion. The local area is peaceful, well maintained and the community are friendly and supportive. Local shops are within walking distance as are safe green spaces for children and pet exercising. We have always loved living here. The garden is mature, well kept, enclosed and secure with lots of seasonal interest. Inside is well maintained, spacious and has an atmosphere that reflects its years of being a happy family home."
Agent's notes - Tenure: Freehold. Council tax: Derbyshire Dales District Council band E. Services: Mains water, mains gas, mains electricity, mains drainage and internet connectivity.
Driveway/Off Road Parking