A 4 bedroom bungalow in Bakewell, Derbyshire, with garage, off road parking and wonderful views.
A bright and airy bungalow which has been extended to give a wonderful kitchen/sitting/dining room opening onto a stone flagged terrace. There is a driveway offering off road parking for three cars leading up to a single garage.
A stone flagged patio leads to the front door which opens into a glazed lobby and then into the large sitting/dining room with an open plan kitchen to one end. The sitting area has a wood-burning stove with Derbyshire stone mantle above, there is then a spacious dining area. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units and solid wood work surfaces incorporating a large Belfast sink, a four-burner electric hob with extractor over and a Bosch electric oven; there is also space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. A large central island offers further storage space and also has a solid wood worktop. A door from the kitchen leads to an inner hallway, to the left is the large dual aspect master bedroom with views looking towards the town. Adjacent is a good sized shower room fitted with double tray shower and power shower, W.C. and hand basin. The second double bedroom has views over open countryside and a good fitted cupboard. There is a further double bedroom and a large single bedroom. The family bathroom has a full suite comprising free standing roll top cast iron bath, hand basin, W.C., heated towel rail and access into a part boarded loft.
Outside: To the southern side is a stone flagged terrace which is very private with a high hedge and has lovely views over Bakewell. To the front of the house is a large area of lawn with potential for further parking or garage subject to planning. To the rear is a further lawn and a hen run to one end.
Entrance lobby; sitting/dining room with open plan kitchen; three double bedrooms; single bedroom; family bathroom; shower room.
Large terrace; gardens; single garage; off road parking.
The house is situated within a short walk of the centre of the market town of Bakewell which has good local shopping, transport and recreational facilities. The town is also the location for the headquarters of the Peak District National Park and thus there is a wide array of outdoor pursuits on the doorstep including walking, cycling, fishing and climbing to name but a few. There are some fine places of cultural interest nearby including Chatsworth and Haddon Hall to name but two. The larger conurbations of Sheffield and Chesterfield are within an easy drive with their more extensive shopping, transport and recreational facilities.