Grant's of Derbyshire are pleased to offer To Let this beautifully presented and deceptively spacious, three bedroomed family home which has just undergone a full refurbishment. The property is located in the sought after town of Matlock and enjoys an elevated position with superb, far reaching views over the town and beyond. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout. The spacious accommodation comprises; entrance hall, open plan living room, kitchen, dining conservatory, three substantial bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is delightful fully enclosed rear garden as well as a spacious foregarden and off road parking. Available immediately. Employed only, no smokers, no pets. Available from 10th June 2020.
Set back from the road, the property is accessed via a path through the well stocked fore garden leading to the partial glazed hardwood front door with canopied porch above. This opens into the spacious
A uPVC double glazed window looks out over the fore garden and a staircase with a white painted, wood spindled balustrade rises to the first floor. There is a central heating radiator housed within a decorative cabinet. A white painted wood panelled door ahead leads to the kitchen and one on the right leads to the
A generously proportioned room enjoying excellent natural light from a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect and twin uPVC French doors to the conservatory. A decorative fireplace surround on a tiled hearth is the focal point of the room which also benefits from the original floorboards. There is a central heating radiator housed within a decorative cabinet and an additional radiator beneath the window.
A generously proportioned uPVC double glazed dining conservatory with twin French doors opening up to the garden. With a central heating radiator and spotlights.
Accessed via both the hall and uPVC double glazed back door to the conservatory, the spacious, newly fitted kitchen is flooded with natural light and benefits from matching wall and base units in a white gloss finish with contrasting wood effect laminate worktops. There is a brand new Zanussi oven with ceramic hob and extractor over. Also provided is a Hotpoint washing machine and dishwasher and an Electrolux fridge. A door leads to the most useful understairs pantry/store cupboard.
The spacious landing provides access to the loft space which is fully insulated and four doors lead to the three bedrooms and family bathroom.
A uPVC double glazed window overlooks the foregarden and provides views across the valley encompassing Riber Castle. This spacious double bedroom is neutrally decorated and benefits from the original floorboards and central heating radiator.
This second double bedroom has a uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and benefits from a central heating radiator and wood effect Karndean flooring.
Currently housing a range of solid wood wardrobes, this room would comfortably accommodate a single bed and again has a radiator and uPVC double glazed window with views across to Riber. There is a recessed airing/linen cupboard which houses the gas fired central heating boiler along with a hot water tank.
A luxurious and stylish bathroom, in part grey travertine effect tilling and part neutral white walls. The white suite comprises toilet, basin and a curved L shaped bath with an electric shower over and curved glass screen. There is a chrome ladder style heated towel rail and two obscure glazed windows to the rear aspect.
The property which is set well back from the road has an attractive front garden, having broad herbaceous beds with an abundance of plants and evergreen shrubs and trees. The rear garden can be accessed via the conservatory or through the private lane and car parking space to the side and is undoubtedly a truly important attribute being beautifully set out and landscaped within recent years to an exceptionally high standard with an abundance of flowering plants, shrubs and a variety of fruit trees. Useful garden shed at the far end, shaped lawn, patio immediately by the back elevation and one at the far end of the garden.
The property enjoys the enviable advantage of vehicular access via the small lane at the side where there is offroad parking for one vehicle. There is also ample street parking to the front of the property.
From the roundabout at Matlock Town centre, proceed to climb Bank Road (past Costa Coffee on your right) all the way to the top where the road becomes which becomes Wellington Street and then take a sharp left hand turn into Cavendish Road. Proceed along Cavendish and eventually number 110 is located on the right hand side identified by our 'To Let' board.
We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax band B which is currently £1333 per annum.
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