An attractive four bedroom detached house in a cul-de-sac location
Captivating open-plan kitchen/diner, thoughtfully designed to maximise the space
Living room provides a cosy retreat for relaxation
Master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and ensuite shower room
Fitted family bathroom
Garage and driveway for off road parking
Landscaped rear garden with large patio area ideal for entertaining
Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEG's) catchment area
EPC rating B
Estimated broadband speeds available via Ofcom are 14mb standard and 74mb superfast.
BENNET SAMWAYS proudly presents this stunning four-bedroom detached house nestled within a serene cul-de-sac in the sought-after town of Ashbourne with a gross internal area of 1,050 sq. ft., this property offers an ideal blend of contemporary living and tranquil surroundings. Don't miss the opportunity to make this exquisite property your new home. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and experience the allure of Ashbourne living.
Interior - Upon entry, the hallway welcomes you with a staircase leading to the first-floor accommodation and a convenient fitted guest cloakroom with WC. The living room, with its front elevation, provides a cosy retreat for relaxation. The focal point of the ground floor is the captivating open-plan kitchen/diner, thoughtfully designed to cater to both family gatherings and entertaining. Complete with fitted base and wall units complemented by sleek worktops and matching upstands, the kitchen features integrated appliances including a gas hob, extractor, electric double oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine, and dishwasher. French doors gracefully extend the living space onto the beautifully landscaped garden, enhancing the sense of seamless indoor-outdoor living.
Onto the first floor, an airing cupboard and access to the main rooms await. The master bedroom benefits from built-in wardrobes and a fitted ensuite shower room adorned with a sleek modern suite. Three additional bedrooms offer versatile accommodation options, accompanied by a fitted bathroom featuring a white suite inclusive of a bath.
Exterior - The property presents a neat and tidy fore garden with plant border, leading to the pathway and front door. A side double-length driveway provides parking space and leads to a generously sized single garage equipped with an up & over door. Beyond, a side gate unveils the landscaped garden, serving as a relaxing outdoor space complete with a spacious paved patio, lawn, and plant borders. The garden offers an idyllic setting for outdoor relaxation and entertaining.
Locality - Nestled within the picturesque landscape, Ashbourne stands as a historic market town renowned as "The Gateway to the Peak District," owing to its strategic proximity to the breathtaking Peak District National Park. Conveniently situated with easy access to the A50 (9 miles), facilitating connections to the M1 and M6 motorway networks. Noteworthy for its longstanding tradition of Royal Shrovetide Football, a ritual dating back to 1667, observed on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday. The thriving town boasts a diverse range of amenities, featuring a plethora of distinctive, predominantly independent shops, and charming cafes. Adding to its allure, Ashbourne hosts a popular golf course on its outskirts, and the coveted Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School (QEGs) caters to the educational needs of the town and the adjacent Derbyshire Dales villages. Excellent transport links include a well-connected bus station linking Ashbourne to Derby and Uttoxeter, with a variety of regular services. Convenient train stations at Uttoxeter, Derby, and Matlock further enhance connectivity. Ashbourne serves as an ideal base to explore numerous nearby attractions, including the stately Chatsworth House, Tissington Hall, Haddon Hall, Alton Towers, Matlock Bath, and the picturesque Dovedale, promising a truly enchanting experience.
Owner's perspective - “We have come to love Ashbourne since moving here in 2015. This house has given us many fond memories. The open plan kitchen/diner has been a real bonus for us as we have spent a lot of time together in there as a family. We have also spent a lot of time in the garden, particularly on sunny days when it becomes a sun trap all day long.
The location is great as its close only a 10 minute walk into town with its shops, cafes and pubs as well as the leisure centre, retail park and schools. At the same time it's a nice quiet and safe cul-de-sac location with good views to the surrounding countryside and friendly neighbours. We hope the next owners will enjoy living here as much as we have.”
Agent's notes - Tenure: Freehold. Council Tax: Derbyshire Dales District Council band E. Services: Mains water, mains gas, mains electricity, mains drainage and current internet connection. Estimated broadband speeds available via Ofcom are 14mb standard and 74mb superfast.
There is an annual service charge for the communal green space areas of approximately £213.89 per annum.
Driveway/Off Road Parking