Offered with no chain is this truly magnificent, Grade II listed, stone built detached cottage, complete with a detached one-bedroom garden cottage, which sits within this enviable plot encompassing approximately one-third of an acre. The property has been beautifully maintained by the current owners and has been sympathetically improved in recent years, all whilst maintaining its wealth of original charm and features.
Originally dating back to the mid-18th century, this stunning residence offers spacious living over two floors, whilst the detached cottage offers versatile accommodation to be used as a family guest house, self-contained living for a dependent relative, or even potential to be used as rental accommodation subject to the necessary consents. Extensive gardens are also enjoyed alongside ample off-road parking.
Offered to the market for the first time in over 50 years, the property sits on the outskirts of Bradway, moments away from excellent amenities including shops, café's, transport links and schools of high repute. The Peak District National Park is only a short drive away offering extensive scenic walks and bike trails.
Only on an internal viewing can one fully appreciate all this delightful property has to offer. Truly an opportunity not to be missed.
Side facing entrance door leads into the spacious utility room offering a range of fitted shaker style units, complete with oak worktops. Access to the shower room is provided from here, having a suite comprising fitted shower cubicle, vanity unit with inset wash basin and a low flush WC. Panelled door from the utility leads into the spacious dining kitchen. Stylish kitchen units, solid oak worktops, Rangemaster cooker, oak flooring and beamed ceiling complete the contemporary feel to this bright and airy room. Underfloor heating provides constant temperature to the room. Stairs rise to the first floor.
To the right of the kitchen is the lounge, offering ample living space as well as a further dining area if desired. The focal point of the room is attractive open fireplace with stone hearth and solid wood mantle. Exposed beams and stunning windows once again complement the room.
Large landing space, having an attractive period window offering pleasant views over the gardens. Two large double bedrooms are offered, both having front facing period windows with deep windowsills allowing for plenty of natural light to filter through. The family bathroom offers a spacious suite which comprises panelled bath, large separate shower cubicle, vanity unit with inset wash basin and WC. Amtico flooring, exposed beams, built in storage and a chrome heated towel rail complement the room.
Large, sweeping driveway to the front provides excellent off-road parking for several cars. Separate gate to the side provides a separate vehicular exit alongside a shared lane leading to the rear of the property which backs onto Dore & Totley Golf Course. Dry stone wall provides the boundary line to complement the property's period features.
Extensive gardens are offered, encompassing approximately one third of an acre. The gardens offer a variety of features and benefit from an abundance of well-established shrubs, specimen trees, and a collection of fruit trees which include pear, cherry, plum and apple. Vegetable plots, wildflower area and space for a hen house and beehive are also on offer. The property also benefits from a detached, traditional Shepherd's Hut, which could be utilised as a craft studio, garden workshop, guest bedroom or outdoor office if so desired. Dry stone walls provide the garden border and York Stone paving provides ample seating areas dotted around the garden. The garden is also open to the public for The National Garden Scheme (also know as The Yellow Book) which raised money for various Nursing & Health Charities. This is entirely optional and does not need to be maintained by the new owner going forward.
Standing detached from the main residence is this charming garden cottage. Originally the old piggery, the structure was enlarged and converted into this stunning one-bedroom self-contained cottage in the mid-20th century. Sitting at the edge of the garden, this stone-built residence has its own separate entrance making it ideal for additional accommodation to the main residence, annex for a dependent relative, or indeed to be used as a potential rental income.
Internally the house is largely open plan, offering a range of attractive fitted kitchen units, wooden worktops and range cooker. Plentiful dining and living space are enjoyed, the focal point of which being the log burner and exposed flue. Good sized double bedroom with front facing period window and en-suite shower room with modern fittings is also offered. Rear facing French doors from the living room open onto the rear patio, allowing for outdoor dining space.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.3%||£321,000||2.5||1.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£306,667 (6)||£357,800 (15)||£560,895 (10)||£593,000 (5)|
|Flats||£235,000 (1)||£226,661 (9)||-||-||-|
|All||£235,000 (1)||£258,663 (15)||£357,800 (15)||£560,895 (10)||£593,000 (5)|