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2 Bed House - Terraced

Long Row, Belper


Price:

£250,000

VIEWS TOWARDS THE EAST MILL - A charming Grade II listed, three storey stone built, two double bedroom character cottage, situated in this historic location with a beautiful view towards the East Mill and also being positioned within the noted Strutt Estate conservation area, close to the heart of the thriving and highly desirable market town of Belper.<br> <br>This beautiful character home enjoys many character features including feature fireplace, exposed beams and feature stone walls. The accommodation also has the benefit of gas central heating and in brief comprises: spacious lounge, fitted kitchen with stable door giving access to the rear garden. There is a well appointed ground floor shower room. There is an inner hallway with access to cloakroom/understairs storage area and a staircase leading the first floor landing.

The first floor landing provides a delightful reading area with feature bookcase style wallpaper. This landing area give access to double bedroom two and the staircase continues to the second floor landing. The second floor landing give access to a spacious master bedroom.

Grade II Listed Three Storey Stone Built Cottage

Wealth of Character & Charm

Located in the Strutts Estate Conservation Area

Spacious Lounge with Period Features

Fitted Kitchen

Ground Floor Shower Room/WC

Two Generous Double Bedrooms

South Facing Enclosed Rear Garden

Allocated Parking Space

Close to the Centre of Belper & Amenities

Outside the property has an allocated parking space to the front. There is a low maintenance landscaped south facing enclosed courtyard garden with purple slate, raised level timber decked seating area and atimber framed shed.

LOCATION

The property is situated within easy access to the town centre of Belper, which provides an excellent range of amenities including a supermarket, shops, education at all levels, Railway Station, public houses, restaurants and recreational facilities.

The village of Duffield is some three miles to the south and the City of Derby is eight miles to the south. The famous market town of Ashbourne, known as the gateway to Dovedale and the Peak District National Park, lies approximately ten miles to the west.

For those who enjoy the outdoor pursuits the nearby Derbyshire countryside provides some delightful scenery and walks along the banks of the River Derwent.

THE ACCOMMODATION

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance through a wood panelled entrance door with glazed insets leading into the lounge.

Lounge 14'2" x 14'1" into recess

Fitted with a beautiful feature stone fireplace with stone hearth and lintel with an inset coal effect fire, feature stone wall, TV point, telephone point, central heating radiator, quarry tiled floor, beams to ceiling and a single glazed sash window to the front elevation. Timber latched doors give access through to the inner hallway and to the kitchen.

Kitchen 12'11" x 7'3" maximum

Fitted with a range of white fronted wall, base and drawer units with roll edge wood block work surface over, slate tiled splash-backs, ceramic one and a half bowl sink drainer unit with swan neck style mixer tap, built-in wine rack, stainless steel Indesit electric oven, stainless steel gas four ring hob with an extractor unit over, low level appliance space with plumbing for the automatic washing machine and space for a low level fridge. Feature beam to ceiling, Velux double glazed window to the rear elevation, ceramic tiled floor, central heating radiator, window to the rear elevation and a timber stable style door with glazed inset giving access to the enclosed rear garden.

Ground Floor Shower Room 13'11" x 5'5" reducing to 4'

Fitted with a Duravit three-piece suite comprising a double width walk-in shower enclosure with a sliding glazed door, wall mounted chrome mains fed shower unit with shower attachment and rain shower head above and black porcelain tiled splash-backs, low level WC with chrome push button flush and a pedestal wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap with black porcelain tiled splash-backs. Monochrome ladder style heated towel rail, central heating radiator, recessed halogen down-lighters, extractor fan, Velux double glazed window to the side elevation, obscure double glazed window to the side elevation and a built-in boiler cupboard housing the wall mounted Baxi combination boiler.

Inner Hallway

With staircase leading to the first floor landing and a useful under-stairs storage cupboard/cloakroom.

Under-stairs Cupboard/Cloakroom 7'10" x 3'8"

Having a single glazed stained glass panelled window to the front elevation, quarry tiled floor, built-in shelving and lighting.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing

A beautiful landing with a seating area with feature bookcase style wallpaper, beams to ceiling, staircase leading to the second floor landing with inset glass panelling and a latched door giving access through to bedroom two.

Bedroom Two 14'3" x 14' into warddrobe depth

Fitted with built-in sliding door wardrobes, stripped wooden floorboards, feature stone wall, beams to ceiling, central heating radiator and a single glazed sash style window to the front elevation.

SECOND FLOOR

Landing

Having a feature stone wall, skylight window and a latched door giving access through to the master bedroom.

Master Bedroom 14'3" x 14' into recess

Fitted with beech wood flooring, central heating radiator, a single glazed window to the rear elevation and single glazed sash windows to the front elevation with superb views of Belper’s famous East Mill.

OUTSIDE

Frontage

To the front of the property there is an allocated parking space.

Rear Garden

To the rear of the property there is a low maintenance enclosed rear garden with a stepping stone pathway leading down to the bottom with purple slate beds, raised level timber decked seating area, timber framed shed and is enclosed by a walled and stone wall boundary. Timber gated access through a shared communal rear pathway giving access for bins.

Views of Historic East Mill