3 bed Bungalow (for sale) Cutthorpe Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S42

£475,000
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Reeds Rains - Chesterfield
42 Glumangate, Chesterfield
01246 580060
First Published

28th Jun 2022

Last Published

30th Jun 2022

 

Features

  • Type: Bungalow
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England

Description

Enjoying a fine position in the sought after, rural village of Cutthorpe. Sat on a beautiful plot with open countryside to the rear. This traditional three bedroom detached bungalow has a lovely kerb appeal and boasts many original features whilst having the potential to improve and add on. Offering spacious accommodation throughout, this home is presented to a good standard and can be lived in whilst improvements are underway. The location of this property could not be more perfect, being on the edge of the village Stretching for almost three miles from Four Lane Ends, Cutthorpe contains a wealth of ancient halls of great antiquity and character. The four-storeyed Old Manor House which was built by Ralph Clarke, the first Mayor of Chesterfield, is located by the side of the main street and was built around 1625. Cutthorpe Hall down Green Lane is extremely old with ecclesiastical references and features including a secret chapel and hiding place in the rafters. Linacre Hall on the outskirts of Cutthorpe was demolished and the land later flooded to form Linacre Reservoirs. There are three pubs along the three mile stretch of Cutthorpe including The Gate Inn, The Peacock and The Three Merry Lads. There is a variety or nursery and primary schools close by. The property has the most fantastic views of open countryside to the rear. There is a sweeping driveway to the front of the property offering ample parking that leads to a car porch this in turn leads to a large detached garage. The rear garden is a quintessential English cottage garden, with a lawn, well stocked borders with mature shrubs designed to give colour throughout the year. EPC Awaited.

Important Note to Potential Purchasers & Tenants:
We endeavour to make our particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All photographs and measurements have been taken as a guide only and are not precise. Floor plans where included are not to scale and accuracy is not guaranteed. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Potential purchasers: Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller. Potential tenants: All properties are available for a minimum length of time, with the exception of short term accommodation. Please contact the branch for details. A security deposit of at least one month’s rent is required. Rent is to be paid one month in advance. It is the tenant’s responsibility to insure any personal possessions. Payment of all utilities including water rates or metered supply and Council Tax is the responsibility of the tenant in every case.

CHS220288/8

Overview

Enjoying a fine position in the sought after, rural village of Cutthorpe. Sat on a beautiful plot with open countryside to the rear. This traditional three bedroom detached bungalow has a lovely kerb appeal and boasts many original features whilst having the potential to improve and add on. Offering spacious accommodation throughout, this home is presented to a good standard and can be lived in whilst improvements are underway. The location of this property could not be more perfect, being on the edge of the village Stretching for almost three miles from Four Lane Ends, Cutthorpe contains a wealth of ancient halls of great antiquity and character. The four-storeyed Old Manor House which was built by Ralph Clarke, the first Mayor of Chesterfield, is located by the side of the main street and was built around 1625. Cutthorpe Hall down Green Lane is extremely old with ecclesiastical references and features including a secret chapel and hiding place in the rafters. Linacre (truncated)

Entrance Porch

Having tiled flooring, door to the front and door into the hallway.

Hallway

Accessed via a door to the front that leads into the inviting hallway. With parquet flooring, wall mounted radiator and loft hatch with a pull down ladder. The loft i currently boarded with carpeted flooring and having a window to the side. (Subject to planning this would make a fantastic fourth bedroom).

Lounge (5.11m x 4.15m (16' 9" x 13' 7"))

Having a continuation of the parquet flooring, coving to the ceiling, wall mounted radiator and window to the front. The focal point of the room is the exposed brick chimney breast with inset gas fire.

Dining Room (3.9m x 3.5m (12' 10" x 11' 6"))

Being dual aspect with double glazed window to the side and clear glass patio door to the other side. Allowing for plenty of natural light to flow into the room. There is a wall mounted radiator, coving to the ceiling sliding doors into the lounge.

Bedroom One (3.9m x 3.7m (12' 10" x 12' 2"))

Situated at the rear of the bungalow with a window to the rear which over looks the lovely rear garden and open field to the rear. There is a wall mounted radiator and coving to the ceiling.

Kitchen/Diner (4.04m x 3.58m (13' 3" x 11' 9"))

Fitted with a traditional range of wall and base units with roll edge work surfaces. There is an integrated sink with drainer and mixer tap over and large double glazed window behind overlooking the rear garden. There is space for a washing machine, space for an electric cooker and space for fridge/freezer. There is a wall mounted boiler and a matching breakfast bar.

Sun Room (3.7m x 3.09m (12' 2" x 10' 2"))

Having windows to all sides, sliding doors to the rear, wall mounted radiator and storage cupboard.

Shower Room (2.82m x 2.05m (9' 3" x 6' 9"))

Comprising of a walk in shower with glass shower screen, low level w/c, sink in vanity unit with cupboards below. There is a window to the rear, wall mounted radiator, tiled walls and extractor fan.

Bedroom Two (3.94m x 3.49m (12' 11" x 11' 5"))

Dual aspect with windows to the front and side, oak flooring, wall lights and wall mounted radiator.

Bedroom Three (3.8m x 2.89m (12' 6" x 9' 6"))

Having a window to the front, wall mounted radiator, coving to the ceiling and built in shelving.

Council Tax Information

Band D North East Derbyshire Council

 

Local info for S42

Floor plan

 

Property Value Data/Graphs for S42

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Detached house 34.2% £363,097 3.6 1.9
Semi-detached house 27.9% £173,506 2.9 1.5
Detached bungalow 8.2% £273,600 2.7 1.2
Bungalow 6.8% £254,933 2.5 1
Other 5.5% £263,746 3.4 0.1
Terraced house 5.5% £137,079 2.5 1.1
Mobile/park home 4.6% £123,200 1.9 0.8
End terrace house 3.2% £170,786 3 0.9
Flat 2.3% £136,000 2 1.2
Land 0.9% £225,000 1.5 1
Town house 0.5% £329,950 4 3
Cottage 0.5% £120,000 2 1

Area Information

Average Price Paid

£223,771

Sales

3093

Current Average Value

£252,887

Value Change

£29,116 13%

 

Current Asking Prices in S42 Average: £252,887

Property Type 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds 4 Beds 5 Beds
Houses £104,000 (2) £166,073 (43) £232,512 (110) £331,862 (52) £308,333 (3)
Flats - £136,000 (5) - - -
All £104,000 (2) £162,941 (48) £231,769 (111) £331,862 (52) £308,333 (3)

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