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5 bed detached house for sale Moorwood Moor Lane, Wessington DE55

5 beds
2 baths
3 receptions

Property location

  • Wessington Primary School0.3 miles
  • South Wingfield Primary School1.2 miles
  • Whatstandwell3 miles
  • Alfreton3.4 miles

Features and description

  • Spacious rural family home standing in 0.4 acres of garden
  • With stunning views over open fields
  • Detached 2 storey workshop ideal for conversion to further accommodation STPP
  • Versatile property - can be 5 bed family house or 3 bed house with 2 bed annexe
  • Farmhouse kitchen, living room with log burner and beams
  • Second living room with balcony and further kitchen
  • Two bathrooms, boot room and vaulted cellar
  • Large garage and off-road parking
  • On the outskirts of the popular village of Wessington
  • Convenient for Alfreton, Matlock and M1
Situated in an idyllic rural location standing in good-sized gardens on the edge of the popular village of Wessington. Church Farm offers an exceptionally spacious and versatile detached family home with the ability to accommodate an extended family, dependant relative etc. The accommodation, which could be used as large family home or house with annexe offers: Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, farmhouse kitchen, spacious living/sitting room and large second living/dining kitchen with balcony off. There is off-road parking, garage and two storey outbuilding/workshop which could be converted to further accommodation subject to necessary consents. The property is surrounded by the lovely open countryside and there is a balcony with views towards Wingfield Manor and Crich Stand.

Wessington Village is ideally situated for the towns of Matlock, Alfreton and Ripley and is within easy commuting distance of Derby and Nottingham with good access to the A38 trunk road and the M1 Motorway. The village has a primary school, local public house and a locally renowned fish and chip shop, there are many fine walks in the open countryside that surrounds the village. There is a mainline railway station at nearby Alfreton.

Entering the property via an arched entrance door which opens to:

Entrance porch 8'3 x 6'3 (2.51m x 1.9m)
Having a rear aspect double glazed window overlooking the gardens and fields beyond. A further arched door opens onto the rear of the property. The porch has an oak panelled ceiling and stable style entrance door opening to:

Living/sitting room 22'9 x 14'6 (6.93m x 4.42m)
A delightfully spacious rooms with original exposed beams to the ceiling and a fine feature fire opening with a dressed stone surround and heavy corbeled lintel with a raised hearth housing a log burning stove. The room has casement windows to two aspects overlooking the gardens, there are quarry tiles to the floor, wall and centre light points, television aerial point and central heating radiators. A door opens to:

Farmhouse style dining kitchen 14'1 x 12' (4.29m x 3.66m)
With front aspect double glazed casement windows and a pair of glazed patio doors opening onto the gardens to the rear of the property. The room has ceramic tiles to the floor and a good range of units in a hand painted finish with cupboards and drawers beneath a timber edged work surface with a tiled splashback. There are wall mounted storage cupboards with under cabinet lighting, glass fronted display cabinet and open display shelves. Set within the worksurface is a twin circular bowl sink with mixer tap and Bosch four-ring ceramic hob over which is a cooker hood. Fitted within the kitchen is an eye level Bosch double oven and grill. Beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for a dishwasher and there is space for a fridge freezer and family dining table.

From the sitting room a door opens to a stone staircase which descends to:

Storage cellar 11'3 x 6'6 (3.43m x 1.98m)
Having a brick barrel vault ceiling, power and lighting.

From the living room a three-quarter turn staircase rises to a:

First floor galleried landing 7'10 x 5'8 (2.39m x 1.73m)
With rear aspect double glazed casement windows overlooking the gardens and fields. There is a central heating radiator and original panelled doors opening to:

Bedroom one 14'2 x 12'10 (4.32m x 3.91m)
Having double glazed casement windows taking advantage of the fine views afforded by the property. The room has a range of built-in storage cupboards, central heating radiator and television aerial point.

Bedroom two 14'1 x 12'1 (4.29m x 3.68m)
Having double glazed casement windows with similar views to bedroom one over the gardens and fields beyond. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and television aerial point.

Family bathroom 8'1 x 7' (2.46m x 2.13m)
Being partially tiled and having a front aspect window with superb far reaching views. Suite with panelled bath with side fill taps and mixer shower over; contemporary wash hand basin with pillar tap set upon a washstand with storage cupboard beneath; concealed cistern WC. The room has panelling to dado height, a chrome finish ladder style towel radiator and an extractor fan.

From the living room a glazed door opens to a

split level inner hallway 17'9 x 3'8 (5.41m x 1.11m)
With front aspect double glazed casement windows and a pair of French style doors opening to an external staircase which leads to the driveway to the front of the property. The hall has light oak flooring, wall lamp points and doors opening to:

Utility cloakroom 7' x 4'8 (2.13m x 1.42m)
Having a worksurface beneath which there is connection for an automatic washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. The room has a concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin, fitted storage cupboards, central heating radiator and extractor fan.

From the Hallway a door leads to the second part of the property which could be as separate accommodation accessed via the external staircase.
Living/dining/kitchen

Dining area 13'10 x 11'6 (4.22m x 3.5m)
With dual aspect casement windows enjoying far reaching views over the surrounding open countryside. The room has polished light oak flooring and a broad opening leading to:

Kitchen area 9'9 x 9'3 (2.97m x 2.82m)
With double glazed casement windows overlooking the gardens and the surrounding open countryside. The room has light oak flooring following through from the dining area, and a good range of kitchen units in a shaker style finish with cupboards and drawer beneath solid timber worksurface with a matching upstand and tiled splashback. There are fitted open display shelves and a tall larder unit. Set withing the worksurface is a four-ring gas hob over which is an extractor canopy, and an inset porcelain sink. Beneath the hob is a Neff fan assisted electric oven. There is space within the kitchen for a fridge freezer and breakfast table if required. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

From the dining area a broad opening leads to:

Sitting area 13'10 x 9'11 (4.22m x 3.02m)
Having double glazed sliding patio doors opening to a large balcony enjoying far reaching views over the surrounding open countryside taking in Wingfield Manor and Crich Stand. The room has light oak flooring, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and fitted open display shelves.

From the dining area three-quarter turn staircase descends to:

Lower floor hallway 14'2 x 5'8 (4.32m x 1.73m)
Having an entrance door opening to the gardens to the rear of the property and contemporary oak panelled doors open to:

Bedroom three 14'1 x 10'3 (4.29m x 3.12m)
With upvc double glazed front aspect escape windows overlooking the gardens and driveway. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

Bedroom four 10'9 x 8'8 (3.28m x 2.64m)
With upvc double glazed escape windows overlooking the gardens and fields beyond. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

Bedroom five 10'10 x 8'10 (3.3m x 2.69m)
Having a front aspect double glazed escape window and central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

Family bathroom 13'4 x 5'10 (4.06m x 1.78m)
Having upvc double glazed escape windows with obscured glass, suite with contemporary standalone bath with waterfall tap, an unusual granite wash hand basin with pillar tap set upon a rustic timber wash stand, double width tiled shower cubicle with Triton electric shower having overhead and handheld shower sprays, there is a dual flush concealed cistern WC, chrome finish ladder style towel radiator and an extractor fan.
Outside

The property is approached via electrically operated gates which open to a driveway providing off-road parking for several vehicles. There is an area of garden with a lawn with fine mature trees and raised beds ideal for flowering plants, vegetables etc. To the side of the driveway is a:

Detached stone-built 2 storey building with a date stone of 1783

Ground Floor 15'2 x 14'1 (4.62m x 4.29m)
With exposed beams to the ceiling, glazed entrance door, front aspect window, power and lighting. Creating an ideal workshop space. There is a wall mounted electric heater. The upper floor is accessed via external stone steps.

Upper Floor 15'2 x 14'1 (4.62m x 4.29m)
Built into the roof space with a gable end window and Velux roof light creating storage or further work area. The building could be converted into further accommodation subject to necessary consents.

From the driveway an up and over vehicular access door gives access to:

Garage 22'4 x 10'10 (6.8m x 3.3m)
With a roller shutter vehicular access door opening onto the rear gardens, side aspect double glazed windows, power and lighting.

To the rear of the property is a good-sized area of garden mainly laid to lawn interspersed with fine mature trees and fruit trees. Immediate to the rear of the kitchen is a brick set patio area taking advantage of the delightful views surrounding the property. Accessed from the rear of the property is a boot room 8'8 x 7'3 (2.64m x 2.21m) having power and lighting. Boiler room 7'8 x 5'6 (2.33m x 1.67m) housing the gas fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the property.
Services and general information

Services mains electricity, water and gas are connected to the property. Drainage is by way of a private system. The neighbouring farm has a historical right of way over part of the driveway. However this has not been used for 11 years.

Council tax band (Correct at time of publication) ' '
Tenure

Freehold
Directions

From the centre of the village of Wessington take the turning opposite the church into Moorwood Moor Lane where the property can be found on the left-hand side.

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