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4 Bed Cottage - Detached

Corner Cottage, Osmaston Village, Ashbourne


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Offers Around £750,000Sold STC

A very charming detached property of style and character set in large mature gardens with the benefit of a detached outbuilding which offers great potential for a workshop/garages or annex accommodation (subject to planning permission).

The property is located in the heart of this very charming village of Osmaston and we believe many years ago was the old public house.

Charming Detached Residence

Lounge, Study, Conservatory

Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility

Four Double Bedrooms

En-Suite and Family Bathroom

Large Mature Garden

Brick Detached Outbuilding

Many Character Features

Offers Great Potential

Sought After Village Location

It is constructed of brick beneath a pitched tiled roof with the front elevation having a very attractive double fronted appearance revealed by matching double glazed multi-paned windows.

An internal inspection will reveal on the ground floor; entrance hall, cloakroom, spacious lounge, study, conservatory, dining room, kitchen and utility room. The first floor landing leads to the master bedroom with en-suite, three further double bedrooms and family bathroom.

Being of a major asset to the sale of this particular property is its superb large mature garden which can only be appreciated when viewed, and enjoys shaped lawns, shrubs, trees and brick store.

Located at the bottom of the garden is a charming detached brick and tile outbuilding which offers great potential as a workshop, garages or annex accommodation (subject to planning permission). There is vehicle access to this outbuilding and also provides excellent car parking spaces.

The Location

The charming hamlet of Osmaston is a small village in the Derbyshire Dales located approximately 2 miles from Ashbourne and 12 miles from Derby. It is a typical English village with some thatched cottages and a village pond. The Shoulder of Mutton is the only public house within the village and there is also a highly regarded primary school and village hall. The Estate hosts the Ashbourne Shire Horse Show and is the start point for a host of wonderful country walks on public bridle ways and paths. Before it was demolished in 1964, Osmaston Manor was used as a Red Cross Hospital during Word War II but the classic landscaped beauty of the country park remains undiminished.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall 13'0" x 11'3"

With parquet wood flooring, principal beam to ceiling, split level staircase leading to the first floor, two radiators, display fireplace alcove with exposed brickwork and stone hearth, double glazed entrance door and double glazed multi-paned window.

Cloakroom

With WC with polished wood seat, wash basin, tiled splash-back, radiator, matching parquet wood flooring and double glazed obscure window.

Spacious Lounge 28'5" x 13'0"

A charming spacious lounge with two characterful fireplaces, one having a log burning stove, the other an open grate fire, three principal beams to ceiling, two radiators, open square archway and three double glazed multi-paned windows

Study 17'4" x 9'0"

With radiator, three double glazed multi-paned windows and glazed door giving access to the conservatory.

Conservatory 13'10" x 9'6"

With tiled flooring, double glazed windows and double glazed French doors opening onto paved patio and large mature gardens.

Dining Room 13'1" x 12'9"

With principal beam to ceiling, radiator, double glazed multi-paned window, fitted wall lights, internal French glazed doors opening into the lounge and panelled door giving access to the kitchen.

Dry Vaulted Cellar

With stone thrawls & electric light which is accessed off the dining room.

Kitchen 12'9" x 10'2"

With 2½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, base units with drawer and cupboard fronts, tiled splash-backs, wall and base fitted units with matching tiled worktops, built-in five ring gas hob, built-in electric fan assisted oven, exposed brick chimney breast incorporating a brick archway and further exposed brickwork, tiled flooring, double glazed multi-paned window, two internal multi-paned character windows and stripped latched door.

Utility/Laundry Room 16'6" x 4'6"

With tiled flooring, radiator, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer, double glazed multi-paned window, built-in pantry cupboard and stable door giving access to the rear porch.

First Floor

Landing

With built-in cupboard housing the central heating boiler with latched door, access to roof space, character leaded window and double glazed window.

Master Double Bedroom 12'9" x 11'1" plus wardrobes

With a good range of fitted wardrobes with cupboards above and matching bedside cabinets, charming character display fireplace, radiator, double glazed multi-paned window, pleasant view towards Osmaston charming old church and stripped latched door.

En-Suite 10'2" x 6'4"

With shower enclosure with shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, bidet, tiled splash-backs, shaver point, built-in storage cupboard housing the central heating boiler, double glazed obscure window and stripped latched door.

Double Bedroom Two 13'8" x 13'1"

With chimney breast with featured charming period fireplace, radiator, double glazed multi-paned window to the front, double glazed multi-paned window to side and stripped latched door.

Double Bedroom Three 13'1" x 11'5"

With charming period style display fireplace, built-in cupboard/wardrobe, radiator, double glazed multi-paned window and stripped latched door.

Double Bedroom Four 11'4" x 9'5"

With radiator, double glazed multi-paned window and stripped latched door.

Family Bathroom 10'2" x 6'3"

With bath with mixer tap/shower attachment, fitted wash basin, low level WC, separate corner shower cubicle with Mira shower, tiled splash-backs, double glazed obscure window and stripped latched door.

Gardens

The property benefits from a large mature garden plot and is well established with shaped lawns, a varied selection of shrubs, trees and bushes and patio area. It also benefits from a charming walled side garden with brick store.

Brick Detached Outbuilding 49'2"x 13'9" approximately

Offers excellent potential to convert into workshop/garages/annex accommodation (subject to planning permission).