£255,000.00

Tutbury Hollow, Ashbourne, DE6

3 Bed

2 Bath

2 Car

£255,000.00

Tutbury Hollow, Ashbourne, DE6

3 Bed

2 Bath

2 Car

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A well presented 3 bedroom semi-detached house

Built by Radleigh Homes in 2016

Driveway to side

Spacious living room

Seperate dining room and fitted kitchen with integrated appliances

Master bedroom with fitted ensuite shower room

Rear garden

Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEG's) catchment

EPC rating B

A well presented 3 bedroom semi-detached house built by Radleigh Homes in 2016 with pleasant garden and driveway to the side.

BENNET SAMWAYS are delighted to present to the market this well presented 3 bedroom semi-detached house built by Radleigh Homes in 2016 which is within easy reach of rural walks and cycling towards Wyaston and Osmaston. The gross internal area is 850sq.ft.

Interior - The hallway has access to the spacious living room and a fitted guest cloakroom. Wooden effect flooring provides a practical hard wearing surface for any family, with the stairs off to the first floor. The fitted kitchen opens into the dining area, which has French doors opening onto the garden. The kitchen has a range of wall mounted coloured shaker units with complementary worktops. Integrated appliances include gas hob, extractor fan, electric oven, dishwasher, plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge/freezer.
On the first floor there is a landing with airing cupboard. To the rear of the property is the master bedroom complete with built in wardrobes and fitted ensuite shower room. Two further bedrooms, and a fitted bathroom with a white suite.

Exterior - A low maintenance front garden with pathway to the front door and driveway to the side. There is a tradesman's gate leading into a good sized rear garden. The rear garden has a paved patio with a lawn - ideal for a purchaser to make their own mark.

Locality - Ashbourne is an 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 - "I bought the property off plan for me and my kids. We loved living in the house and the kids liked the freedom of being allowed outside to play with the park down the road and the quieter roads than some of the estates. It was also very handy for the school bus which dropped at the end of the road. For the past 5 years it has been a rental property and has rented very well. Whenever there was a change in tenant the property has had a fast turnaround and has been very popular with people wanting to rent it."

Agent's notes - Tenure: Freehold. Council tax: Derbyshire Dales District Council band C. Services: Mains water, electricity, gas, drainage and current internet connection.
Further note: An annual green space charge of £220 for maintenance of the communal areas on the development. Estimated broadband speeds available via Ofcom are 16mb standard, 45mb superfast & 1000mb ultrafast.

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