A 4 bedroom Georgian house in the centre of Bakewell, Derbyshire, with a lovely garden.
A lovely Georgian Grade II listed house offering good family accommodation over three floors, the house is presented in very good order throughout and has light and spacious rooms together with a good sized rear garden.
The house is approached through a small front garden with steps leading up to the front door with the original bell pull.
Ground floor: Entrance hall with stairs to first floor. The drawing room has oak floor boards, ceiling cornice work, working shutters and a cast iron fire set into Adam style surround and with working grate. The dining room is currently used as a playroom and has working shutters and a period fireplace with working grate. To the rear is a good sized kitchen/breakfast room with the kitchen having a range of handmande ‘pippy oak’ wall and base units with wood and granite work surfaces incorporating a twin stainless steel sink unit, a Smeg double oven with six burner gas hob and extractor over, integrated fridge and dishwasher, there is also a walk-in pantry cupboard. The dining end of the kitchen has a large stone fireplace and a pair of doors out to the rear patio with the original range and a water feature. A door from the kitchen leads to a rear lobby off which is a cloakroom/utility room with W.C. and plumbing for a washer/dryer.
First floor: The master bedroom has good fitted wardrobes with some bookcases, there is a door to a lobby area with airing cupboard which then leads into the family bathroom with suite comprising bath with shower over, W.C. and hand basin with large mirror over. The lobby also leads to a good-sized office/sitting room which could be put to a variety of uses with double doors onto a rear terrace. There is a further double bedroom with marble fireplace.
Second floor: The principal guest bedroom has good fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room with shower cubicle, W.C. and hand basin. There is a further double bedroom. The second floor boasts views over the golf course.
Outside: To the rear is a lower level patio with steps up to a raised terrace and a couple of further steps up to a good size private rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with border surrounds, there is a summer house and a part glazed potting shed.
Entrance hall; drawing room; dining room; kitchen/breakfast room; four double bedrooms; office/potential sitting room; fully fitted bathroom; shower room (en suite).
Terrace; front and rear gardens; storage sheds; summerhouse; off road parking is available via a zone B permit purchasable from DDDC.
Rutland Terrace is a terrace of Georgian properties in the heart of the market town of Bakewell which has excellent local shopping, transport and recreational facilities. The larger conurbations of Sheffield and Chesterfield are within an easy drive with their more extensive facilities including trains to London. Bakewell is home to the headquarters of The Peak District National Park and thus has a wide array of outdoor pursuits on its doorstep including fine walking, cycling, climbing at nearby Curbar and Froggatt Edges and famous fishing on the Rivers Wye and Derwent. The historic cultural attractions of Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and the spa town of Buxton are also nearby. Bakewell has a renowned secondary school, Lady Manners as well as a good private preparatory school/college, S Anselm’s.