We are delighted to offer this spacious and individually designed family home which occupies this elevated position in Bolehill, just a short distance from Wirksworth. The home occupies a larger than average plot and enjoys superb, far reaching views. The accommodation is arranged over two levels and comprises; entrance hall, family bathroom, kitchen, utility, two bedrooms, study, sitting room and dining room. On the first floor there are two further bedrooms, the master having it's own dressing room and ensuite bathroom. Outside there is a balcony which wraps around the first floor of the home and there is a fully enclosed lawned garden with seating area. To the front there is a single garage and driveway for several vehicles. No Upward Chain.
Bolehill is a very charming hamlet located close to the popular town of Wirksworth. Black Rocks and the 17.5 mile long, traffic free, High Peak trail are a few minutes walk from the door. Five minutes drive takes you into Wirksworth which boasts excellent butchers, delicatessen and bakery, three food stores, a newsagent, various shops, cafes and bars. The Library and Town Hall give access to many pursuits and the local cinema, with vintage bar and tapas is a must. There are two excellent primary and secondary schools close by with Anthony Gell, the secondary school, being increasingly sought after.
The property is entered via the drive and then pathway leading down to the wood-effect uPVC double glazed front door which opens into the
Entrance Hall (1.83 x 1.64 (6'0" x 5'4"))
With a quarry tiled flooring and hooks for coats and hats etc. The first door on the left leads into the
Family Bathroom (2.32 x 1.63 (7'7" x 5'4"))
With a vinyl flooring and a modern white suite comprising; panelled bath with electric shower over and telephone style tap fittings, pedestal sink and dual flush WC. There is a shaver point and two obscure glass, uPVC double glazed windows to the front aspect. Back in the hallway, the first door on the left leads into
Bedroom Three (3.63 x 3.14 (11'10" x 10'3"))
Currently used as a study but could easily be a double bedroom. There are two built in cupboards with shelving and hanging rails for garments etc. There is a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.
Breakfast Kitchen (3.34 x 3.08 (10'11" x 10'1"))
With a ceramic tiled flooring and refitted with a modern, white range of wall, base and drawer units with contrasting work surface over. There is an inset 1.5 bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap over, space and plumbing for a washing machine. Integrated appliances include; gas hob with extractor over and a high level electric oven with space above for a microwave. There is space here for a small table and chairs. TV point. There is a uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and a split glazed door which leads to the
Utility (3.69 x 1.31 (12'1" x 4'3"))
A useful storage area with hooks for coats, garden wear etc. A uPVC double glazed door leads out to the rear garden and there is a matching uPVC, high level window to the front aspect. This space could be developed further to accommodate washing machines, tumble driers etc. There is space for an upright fridge freezer. A door opens into
Bedroom Four (3.32 x 2.63 (10'10" x 8'7"))
A double bedroom with a large uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. There is a built in cupboard which houses the gas meter and electricity fuse box. An opening via a step leads to an area where there is a wall mounted wash basin. Given the provision of plumbing here, this area could be developed into an ensuite for this bedroom (subject to survey).
Study (3.34 x 2.41 (10'11" x 7'10"))
Entered via the entrance hall, this is a room which offers a number of potential uses. A large opening leads through to the
Dining Room (4.26 x 3.34 (13'11" x 10'11"))
With an engineered wood flooring and bathed in natural light from the large uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, providing far reaching views. An open tread, wooden staircase leads up to the first floor. A louvre-fronted door gives access to a storage room (2.6m x 0.8m) which could be incorporated into the main accommodation if required. From the study area, double doors open into the
Sitting Room (5.02 x 3.69 (16'5" x 12'1"))
A light and airy room with TV & BT connections. Full width, sliding patio doors provide access to the balcony which is a lovely place to sit and enjoy the garden and those far reaching views.
On arrival at the first floor landing, the first door on the left leads into
Bedroom Two (3.26 x 3.22 (10'8" x 10'6"))
A double bedroom with overstairs cupboard and two, built in wardrobes with hanging rails for clothes etc. There is a large uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect providing far reaching views towards Middleton top.
Master Bedroom (4.8 x 4.32 max (15'8" x 14'2" max))
A spacious master suite with two built in wardrobes, a useful attic storage area and a large uPVC double glazed window to the side providing those aforementioned views and a high level of natural light. A door leads into the
Dressing Room (2.44 x 1.98 (8'0" x 6'5"))
Currently used as a study. There is a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. BT point. The "Worcester" combination boiler provides the hot water and gas central heating for the home. A door leads to the
Ensuite Bathroom (3.12 x 2.39 (10'2" x 7'10"))
With a four piece coloured suite comprising of a panelled bath, pedestal sink, low flush WC and bidet. There is a large, obscured glass uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. High level storage cupboard.
To the rear of the property there is a seating area, ideal for warm weather dining and to enjoy this West-facing garden. A pathway leads down into an extensive lawned garden which is enclosed by mature hedgerow and has a range of flowering shrubs and plants within its borders. A secure wooden door provides access to an undercroft area which has been used as a workshop and woodstore. There is power and light. A gate to the side of the garden provides access to the front of the home where there is a tarmac driveway, providing parking for several vehicles, fully enclosed by mature hedgerow. An up and over door provides access to the
Garage (3.89 x 3.98 (12'9" x 13'0"))
With power and light and rear utility door.
From our Wirksworth office, proceed along Harrison Drive in the direction of Cromford. Continue to the top of Steeple Grange and turn right onto Oakerthorpe Rd (just before the bridge). Follow this road round where Number 26 will be found on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale board.
Council Tax Information
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax Band E which is currently £2299 per annum.