A delightful two bedroom traditional mid terraced house
Located near the High Street of this historic town of Ashbourne
Living room with feature window seat in the bay window
Re-fitted breakfast kitchen
Fitted bathroom with white suite
Courtyard style rear garden
No upward chain
Estimated broadband speeds available via Ofcom are 18mb standard & 80mb superfast
EPC rating C & Council Tax band A
BENNET SAMWAYS are pleased to offer for sale this delightful two bedroom traditional mid terraced house located near Ashbourne's historic high street. The gross internal area is 650sq.ft. This would make an ideal 'lock up and leave' property, holiday cottage or excellent downsize, or first time buy!
This beautifully appointed traditional mid terrace house is presented well throughout.
Interior - A smart entrance door opens into the living room with laminate wooden floor, a cosy window seat within the bay window creating a lovely feature. An original wooden fire surround with a stone hearth. A door opens into an inner hall that has stairs leading off to the first floor. There is also an opening into the refitted breakfast kitchen equipped with a range of base and wall mounted units with worktops. Integrated appliances include a gas hob, electric oven and an extractor fan. Plumbing for both dishwasher and washing machine, space for a fridge freezer, and a breakfast bar.
On the first floor their is a good-sized master bedroom which has a built-in cupboard, there is a further bedroom and a refitted bathroom with a white suite including bath with shower over and a wash basin set in a contemporary vanity unit.
Exterior - To the rear is a courtyard style garden with partially bricked walls being enclosed and private, ideal for outdoor dining in the summer months. There is also an outside WC.
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.
Agent's notes - Tenure: Freehold. Council Tax: Derbyshire Dales band A. Services: Mains water, mains electricity, mains drainage and current internet connection. Estimated broadband speeds available via Ofcom are 18mb standard & 80mb superfast.
Please note that the courtyard garden is on a separate title and is going through the process of being registered.