Located just off the centre of Crich and enjoying a private setting, this three bedroom, semi detached, dormer bungalow is now being offered for sale. This home has been recently upgraded with a high specification kitchen and bathroom and is extremely well presented throughout. The property benefits from gas central heating and uPVC double glazing (triple glazed in parts). The ground floor accommodation comprises; entrance hall, dining room, sitting room, breakfast kitchen, family bathroom and two bedrooms. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with ensuite shower room. On the lower ground floor we have a most useful utility room offering additional storage. Outside, there is an extensive lawned garden with vegetable and fruit garden. To the front there is a foregarden with driveway for at least two vehicles.
The village has an attractive market place surrounded by a good selection of local shops, cafés/restaurants and amenities. The village has excellent infant and primary schools, the latter being awarded "outstanding" in May 2013.
The property is approached via the gravelled driveway and foregarden where steps lead up to the part glazed, leaded uPVC triple glazed front door which opens into the
With hooks for coats etc and where the staircase leads off to the first floor. There are original, stripped panel doors, the first on the right opens into the
A light and airy reception room with a uPVC double glazed box bay window to the front aspect, matching wall lights, picture rails and wooden fire surround with tiled inset housing the "Morso" woodburning stove. There is a triple glazed uPVC hexagonal feature window to the side aspect. BT point. From the entrance hall, the door on the left leads into the
Another light and airy room thanks to the large uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. We have picture rails and a wooden fire surround with composite marble hearth and open fire inset. BT point. A door leads to the
With doors to bedrooms two and three, family bathroom, downstairs to the utility room and
With a quality wood laminate flooring and recently refitted with a high quality range of matching wall, base and soft closing drawer units. The kitchen storage cupboards have been carefully planned to provide the most storage to include a full height cupboard, ideal for the storage of household items, ironing board etc. There is open display shelving and glass fronted display cabinets. There is a contrasting granite work top over with inset stainless steel sink and mixer tap. Integrated appliances include; dishwasher, fridge freezer, eye level oven and grill, four ring gas hob with curved glass extractor hood over. There is an electric plinth heater. There is ample space for a dining table and chairs. Two uPVC double glazed windows overlook the rear garden and provide a high level of natural light.
With a uPVC double glazed window over looking the rear garden and a stylish column central heating radiator. A step with opening leads into the recess where there is shelving and potential to install additional railing to provide further garment storage. Small uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect.
With a ceramic tiled flooring and newly fitted with a modern white suite comprising; panelled bath with thermostatic shower fittings over, concealed cistern WC with matching wash basin with storage cupboard under. There is a mirror fronted cabinet, shaver point, dual power, chrome heated towel rail and natural light provided by the high level window which adjoins bedroom three.
A double bedroom with built in wardrobes and a uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. There are two understair cupboards providing further storage.
From the entrance hall, the staircase arrives at this spacious landing which is used buy the current owners as a craft area. There are storage cupboards into the eaves and natural light is provided by the Velux window which has far reaching, rooftop views over towards Alfreton. A door leads into the
A double bedroom with two Velux windows to the rear aspect providing far reaching views across the village and towards St Mary's Church. There is a low level door which provides further useful storage and doors that open to the
With a ceramic tiled floor, concealed cistern WC, wall mounted wash basin, shower point, corner shower cubicle with electric "Triton" shower over and shelving providing storage for towels etc. Velux window overhead.
From the rear hallway, a panelled door opens to the staircase which leads down to the
A super addition to this home offering a number of uses. There is built in shelving to the rear, a base unit with stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. Two uPVC double glazed windows overlook the rear garden. The modern consumer unit and electric meter is sited here along with the "Glowworm" combination boiler which provides the hot water and gas central heating for this home. A part glazed uPVC double glazed door leads out to the rear garden.
With a patio area, external lighting and cold water tap. There is an extensive lawned garden with shaped borders having a variety of mature plants, herbs and a pear tree. The garden is enclosed by mature hedgerow providing a good level of privacy. A planted archway provides access to a vegetable/fruit garden with a variety of fruits including red and blackcurrants, raspberry and rhubarb. To the front of the home we have a block paved edged gravelled driveway providing parking for two vehicles.
A most useful asset to this home, currently used as a workshop but providing additional dry storage, having power and light and accessed via the part glazed uPVC double glazed door.
The approach from our Matlock Office is to proceed south along the A6 passing through Matlock Bath and in turn the traffic light junction at Cromford. Thereafter continue along the A6 crossing over the River Derwent and thereafter bear left as signposted for Whatstandwell and Crich. Continue along this road passing through Whatstandwell until reaching Crich. Upon reaching Crich at the Market Place take the second turning on the left. Travel to the top of this road and turn right into Coast Hill where the property will be located on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale board.
We are informed by Amber Valley Borough Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band C which is currently £1558 per annum.
Disclaimer: All measurements in these details are approximate. None of the fixed appliances or services have been tested and no warranty can be given to their condition. The deeds have not been inspected by the writers of these details. These particulars are produced in good faith with the approval of the vendor but they should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract.
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