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3 Bed Cottage

Swan Cottage, Hopping Hill, Milford, Derbyshire


Offers Around £275,000Sold STC

A charming, Grade II-Listed, semi-detached cottage, with accommodation over four floors, situated in the heart of Milford's conservation area with many character features and located within a much sought after position between Duffield and Belper.

This characterful cottage is one of the most spacious cottages on Hopping Hill and is nicely positioned close to the charming old church.

Charming Grade II Listed Cottage

Four Storey Characterful Property

Noted Conservation Area

Lounge with Multi-Burner

Fitted Kitchen/Dining Room

Three/Four (Study) Bedrooms

Family Bathroom and Laundry/Utility

Sunny Private Walled Gardens

Many Features

Located Between Duffield & Belper

We believe the property was built in the 1800's and is constructed of natural Derbyshire stone, beneath a roof of tile and with the front elevation having an attractive double fronted appearance.

It is set back from the pavement edge behind a low maintenance foregarden with matching stone retaining wall.

The property benefits from gas central heating and enjoys a charming lounge with stone fireplace, fitted kitchen/dining room with vaulted ceilings, three/four bedrooms (bedroom four/study), family four-piece bathroom and useful laundry/utility area.

To the rear of the property, there is a walled garden enjoying a double plot with a warm south westerley aspect.

There is a side garden with brick store with space for storing wheelie bins or for a shed.


The historic and 'Britain in Bloom' award winning village of Milford has an excellent range of amenities available locally. The City of Derby is approximately seven miles to the South providing a superb range of facilities including leisure centres, schools at all levels and the intu shopping centre.

The market town of Belper is approximately two miles away and offers a broad range of facilities including a supermarket and a range of quality delis and restaurants. Milford is also noted for its village inns, reputable primary school and is also one mile away from the village of Duffield, again offering a good range of amenities including a railway station.

This superb location offers fast access to the A6 and A38 leading to the M1 motorway and is also in the Derbyshire countryside with the River Derwent providing some delightful country walks.



Charming Lounge 14'1" x 12'9"

Stone chimney breast incorporating fireplace surround, multi-stove and raised hearth, quarry tiled flooring, beams to ceiling, sash period window to the front, panelled entrance door, two radiators, two character windows to the rear and TV/Satellite TV points.


Staircase leading to the first floor and stripped latch door giving access to the lower level.

Bedroom Three 12'9" x 8'2"

Character stone flooring, beams to ceiling, character windows to the front. side and rear elevations, radiator, internal latch door and fitted double storage cupboard.



Door with inset window giving access to the private rear garden.

Kitchen/Dining Room 12'9" x 11'5"

Dining Area

Vaulted ceiling, radiator, fitted oak table with seats, two character windows to the rear with tiled sills, wood effect flooring and open space leading into the kitchen area.

Kitchen Area

Fitted with a range of wall, base and drawer units, work surfaces with tiled splash-backs, sink unit with mixer tap, gas cooker with extractor hood over, electric cooker point if an electric cooker is required, slimline dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, wood effect flooring, exposed stonework and vaulted ceiling.


Fitted shelving and double-opening doors.

Study/Bedroom Four 11'6" x 6'8"

Telephone point, vaulted ceiling, window overlooking the rear garden, exposed brickwork and stripped latch door.



Storage cupboard with stripped latch door, character window with stone sill and latch door giving access to the second floor.

Bedroom Two 15'10" into recess x 14'2" x 8'4"

Chimney breast, exposed wood flooring, radiator, sash period-style windows with aspect to front and rear, fitted wall lights, storage space alcove, radiator and stripped latch door.

Family Bathroom 9'6" x 8'2"

Bath with mixer tap/shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., separate shower cubicle, tiled flooring with underfloor heating, radiator, tiled splash backs, sash period-style obscured window to the side and stripped internal latch door.


Plumbing for a washing machine, space for tumble dryer, tiled flooring and Vaillant combination boiler with programmer.


Bedroom One 16'0" x 13'10"

Exposed wood flooring, radiator, two exposed beams to ceiling, fitted storage cupboards, character window with secondary double glazing and TV/Satellite point.


Front Garden

The property is set back from the pavement edge behind a low maintenance garden which has original stone wall, space for sitting out, raised flower beds and outside light.

Side Garden

To the side there is a space for storing wheelie bins or a shed with outside cold water tap. There is potential to remove the wall to create a parking space, subject to planning permission.

Brick Store 4'3" x 3'2"

Window and latch door.

Private Rear Garden

The property benefits from a double plot and has a private garden to the rear, fully enclosed by natural stone walling with rear access gate. The garden has been designed for low maintenance and offers privacy with a warm south-westerley aspect and a BBQ stand.

Car Parking

There is on-street car parking.