An immaculate freehold family house in an elevated position on the edge of this most popular Peak District village.
A recently renovated and extended house offering excellent family accommodation over two floors with good garaging, off road parking and gardens. The house is approached by means of front or rear doors, the front door opens into:
Ground floor: The entrance lobby opens into the hallway with under stairs store off. To the left is the large, bright drawing room featuring a deep bay window with French doors opening onto the terrace and front gardens, there is a Morse wood-burning stove set on a brick hearth and a wood floor. To the right of the hall is a dual aspect sitting room also overlooking the garden and also with Morse wood burning stove. To the rear of the house is the fantastic, recently extended kitchen/dining room with sitting area and full length sliding glass doors out onto a Porcelain tiled terrace. The kitchen, which has ceramic wood effect tiles with under floor heating, is by Russell and Hutton of Sheffield and has an excellent range of wall and base units and a large built-in larder cupboard with integral fridge/freezer. The Silestone worktops incorporate a 1.5 bowl sink unit and an integral dishwasher. There is a large central island with Silestone top and breakfast bar area. A rear hallway leads to the back door and also a cloakroom with W.C, hand basin and wall mounted Worcester gas boiler. This then leads into the utility room which has further fitted units, a Belfast sink with twin wood drainers and plumbing for washing and drying machines, a door leads into the integral double garage.
First floor: The dual aspect master bedroom has an ornate cast iron fireplace flanked by built-in wardrobes by Russell and Hutton, and a door into an en suite shower room with double shower tray, sink, W.C and heated towel rail. There are two further double bedrooms overlooking the front garden and a family bathroom with roll top bath, sink unit, W.C and airing cupboard. A large inner landing provides space for an open plan study/office, a couple of steps lead down to a further double bedroom to the front, a double bedroom to the rear, currently being used as a sewing room, and a fully fitted bathroom with roll top bath, W.C, and hand basin.
Outside: To the front is a large stone flagged terrace with steps down to a lawned area with border surrounds planted with a variety of mature shrubs, trees and plants. To the rear is the tiled terrace leading onto an area of lawn and then out to off road parking for a couple of cars with further parking to the side of the house.
Entrance lobby; entrance hall; drawing room; sitting room; kitchen/dining/sitting room; utility room; cloakroom; master bedroom and en suite shower room; four further double bedrooms; two further full bathrooms.
Front and rear gardens; terraces; off road parking for several cars; double garage.
EPC rating - D
Baslow is one of the best villages within the Peak District National Park with good local amenities including public houses, hotels, a sports ground, shops and very popular primary school which feeds into Lady Manners School in Bakewell. The larger conurbations of Chesterfield and Sheffield are within an easy drive with their wider ranging shopping, recreational and transport facilities. There are many wonderful outdoor pursuits on offer straight from the ‘back door’ including walking, climbing, cycling, riding and fishing to name but a few. There are also many fine places of cultural interest nearby including Chatsworth and its park on the doorstep, Haddon Hall and the historic spa town of Buxton with its famous Opera House amongst many others.