A 6 bedroom semi-detached house in Bakewell, Derbyshire, with gardens, garage and stone store.
A handsome period house constructed circa 1900 by the well-known local builder Cox Wilson. The house has well-proportioned rooms with high ceilings and many original features including ceiling mouldings and fireplaces. A shared driveway leads to a private driveway and off road parking to the rear of the property. A gate from the pavement opens into a pretty front garden with a path leading to the front door.
Ground floor: The entrance lobby with stone floor opens into a generous hallway with attractive Minton tiled floor, stairs leading to the first floor and a door to the cellar. To the left is the dual aspect drawing room with original fireplace with working grate and tiled slips and hearth. Adjacent is the dining room which is currently used as a second sitting room and has a stripped pine floor and stone fireplace with working grate. To the rear is the kitchen and breakfast room with tiled floor, it is divided by a chimney breast which houses a floor mounted ‘Ideal’ gas fired boiler. The kitchen has antique pine wall and base units and tiled work surface incorporating a Belfast sink, there is a Stoves cooker and four burner gas hob, a back door opens to the garage area and back garden. The breakfast area has good fitted cupboards and a window overlooking the rear. Off the kitchen is a cloakroom with W.C and hand basin.
First floor: Stairs lead to a large landing with fitted cupboard. To the front of the house is a large double bedroom overlooking the front garden and adjacent is a small single bedroom. To the side is a further large double bedroom with hand basin which overlooks the side garden. There is a further double bedroom to the rear with lovely views over the rear garden and open fields beyond. The large family bathroom comprises enamel bath, hand basin and the original airing cupboard, there is a cloakroom with W.C. adjacent.
Second floor: Currently loosely used as a self-contained flat, stairs lead up to a kitchenette with sink unit and space for a cooker. Off the kitchenette is a shower room with shower and hand basin and to the rear is a large double bedroom currently used for storage. To the front is a further large double bedroom/sitting room with lovely views over the front garden and beyond.
Lower ground floor: The former cellars have been converted into a good-sized bedroom/sitting room which could also be used as a family room/playroom, there is an en suite shower room which is no longer functional.
Outside: To the front and side are pretty gardens mainly laid to lawn with mature borders, to the rear is a further lawned area with mature border to one end. There is off road parking, a large single garage and next to this a useful stone store/coal shed.
Entrance lobby; large hallway; drawing room; dining/sitting room; kitchen; breakfast room; cloakroom; five/six bedrooms; bedroom six/sitting room; bathroom; cloakroom; shower room; kitchenette; bedroom/sitting room.
Front, side and rear gardens; off road parking; single garage; stone store/coal house.