Guide price £325,000-£350,000
An incredibly rare opportunity has arisen to purchase this fabulous, two double bedroomed cottage property. Quietly tucked away on this little known development in the very heart of picturesque Hathersage village with all the local amenities including, eateries, cafes, outdoor swimming pool and restaurants a short stroll from the front door. Offered to the open market with the benefit of no upward chain and immediate vacant possession number five enjoys a spacious rear southerly facing garden and the huge benefit of two dedicated parking spaces. Pitch perfect for those looking to downsize, young professional couple or the investor looking to take advantage of the lucrative holiday let. With vast potential and scope to further improve the internal layout and create a third bedroom if required together with the ability to extend to the rear (subject to planning) to Crete a stunning finish. With fabulous valley views to the front it's easy to say that viewing is absolutely essential to do full justice.
Valuer Andy Robinson
The Peak District
The Peak District is one of the most stunning areas of British countryside. Whether you enjoy walking, adrenaline thrills or a more relaxed pace with dog-friendly pubs to cosy up in with your pooch, the quaint villages, sprawling hills and glistening lakes combine to create a whimsical wilderness that you won't mind getting lost in. You will certainly never want to leave!
Located towards the north of England, the Peak District National Park encompasses much of northern Derbyshire, however it also crosses into the county borders of Cheshire, Staffordshire, Yorkshire and Greater Manchester.
Towns and villages in the Peak District
Buxton has an abundance of amenities, history and stunning surroundings. Its natural thermal springs have drawn people to the town for hundreds of years. With two spas and another in the making, professional health specialists, hair and beauty salons, health shops and independent boutique shops offering retail therapy, Buxton remains a place for rest, recuperation and wellbeing.
Edale is a small village at the start, or end, of the UK's most famous long-distance walk - the Pennine Way. It may be small, but it is most definitely worth a visit. Nestled beneath Kinder Scout and tucked away at the end of the Hope Valley, it is very popular with walkers and runners. You have the best of both worlds here: An idyllic remote location which is but 30 minutes from the shining lights of Manchester, which makes commuting and day trips to the shops very easy. The village has two popular pubs, a cafe and local shops.
Go to the Peaks, sample the pudding! Bakewell is home to The Original Bakewell Pudding Shop and its frequently packed to the rafters no matter the time of year. Food really is one of the main appeals of the town, with one of the best farmers' markets in the country based there offering fresh local produce. The River Wye runs through the heart of the town and onto Ashford-in-the-Water and there is a five-arched stone bridge that dates back to medieval times.
The landscape of Castleton will take your breath away; Winnats Pass is a stunning section of road that is enveloped by the towering limestone peaks either side of it and Hope Valley is equally as striking. Peveril Castle may be high up, but the views from the top are truly beautiful and the history of the ruins are remarkable.
Surrounded by attractions and centrally located to explore both the White and Dark Peaks, Matlock is a very popular town. Crown Square is a hub of boutiques and eateries, offering plenty of choice when it comes to buying gifts or heading out for lunch.
Glorious architecture, quaint cobbles and a collection of independent boutiques combine to make Ashbourne an idyllic destination. Perfectly placed to explore the White Peaks, the plethora of historic buildings in the village offers a visually diverse array of architecture. The selection of family-run businesses sells a wide variety of clothes, antiques, food and drink, plus a weekly open-air market that's also a big hit.
A much-celebrated aspect of the village's past and present is its history of literary figures. Characters such as Robin Hood and Little John have strong connections to the area, whilst Charlotte Bronte also drew inspiration from Hathersage for her novel, Jane Eyre. Its location at the eastern end of Hope Valley makes the village popular with walkers, with plenty of stately homes and local shops that sell a variety of wares and lots of fresh produce.
Peak District Education
The Peak District is home to many very good schools, both public and private, which range in size from the large secondary schools of several hundred down to village schools where there can be only a few dozen children.
Abbotsholme School – Rocester
Alderwasley Hall Primary School –Wirksworth
All Saints C of E Junior School – Matlock
All Saints C of E Infants School –Matlock
Anthony Gell School – Wirksworth
Bakewell C of E Infants School – Bakewell
Bakewell Methodist Junior School – Bakewell
Bamford County Primary School – Bamford, Hope Valley
Baslow St Anne's C of E Primary School – Baslow, Bakewell
Biggin C of E Primary School – Biggin
Bishop Pursglove C of E (Aided) Primary School – Tideswell
Bonsall C of E Aided Primary School – Bonsall
Bradwell C of E (Controlled) Infants School – Bradwell, Hope Valley
Bradwell Junior School – Bradwell, Hope Valley
Brassington Primary School – Brassington
Carsington & Hopton Primary School – Carsington
Castleton C of E Primary School – Castleton, Hope Valley
Crich Carr C of E Primary School – Whatstandwell
Crich C of E Controlled Infant School – Crich
Crich Junior School – Crich, Matlock
Cromford C of E Primary School – Cromford
Curbar Primary School – Calver, Hope Valley
Darley Churchtown Primary School – Darley Dale
Darley Dale Primary School – Hackney, Matlock
Edale C of E Primary School – Edale, Hope Valley
Elton C of E Primary School – Elton, Matlock
Eyam C of E Primary School – Eyam, Hope Valley
Grindleford Primary School – Grindleford, Hope Valley
Hartington C of E Primary School – Hartington, Buxton
Hathersage St Michael's C of E Primary School – Hathersage, Hope Valley
Highfields School – Upper Lumsdale, Matlock
Hollinsclough C of E (va) Primary School – Hollinsclough, Nr Buxton
Hope Primary School – Hope, Hope Valley
Hope Valley College – Hope, Hope Valley
Lady Manners School – Bakewell
Lea Primary School – Lea
Longstone C of E (Aided) Primary School – Great Longstone, Bakewell
Manifold County Primary School – Warslow, Buxton
Matlock Bath Holy Trinity C of E Primary School - Matlock Bath
Matlock Infant & Nursery School – Matlock
Matlock Junior School –Matlock
Middleton Primary School – Middleton, Matlock
Monyash C of E Primary School – Monyash, Bakewell
Parwich Primary School – Parwich, Ashbourne
Peak Forest C of E Primary School – Peak Forest, Buxton
Pilsley C of E Primary School – Pilsley Village, Bakewell
Rowsley C of E Primary School – Rowsley, Matlock
South Darley C of E Primary School – Darley Bridge
St Anselm's Preparatory School – Bakewell
St Bartholomews Primary School – Longnor, Buxton
St Giles C of E Primary School – Starholmes
Stanton in Peak C of E Primary School – Stanton in Peak, Matlock
Stoney Middleton C of E (Controlled) – Stoney Middleton, Hope Valley
Taddington & Priestcliffe C of E Primary School – Taddington, Buxton
Tansley Primary School – Tansley
Tideswell Pre-School – Tideswell
Tissington Pre-School – Tissington
Winster C of E Primary School –Winster, Matlock
Wirksworth C of E Infant School –Wirksworth
Wirksworth Infants School – Wirksworth
Wirksworth Junior School – Wash Green, Wirksworth
Youlgrave All Saints C of E Primary School –Youlgrave, Bakewell
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