Beautifully presented three bedroom stone and brick faced end terrace cottage conveniently located in the heart of the Ticknall conservation area. Having a side shared driveway leading to a detached brick built garage, additional garden/laundry room and a stunning enclosed rear garden. The property has been refurbished to conservation standards with Yorkshire sliding sash windows and a wealth of period features. Benefitting from gas fired central heating system with accommodation briefly comprising to the ground floor:- Fitted Kitchen, Sitting Room with feature fireplace. To the first floor:- two good sized bedrooms and family bathroom. To the second floor is a further Bedroom and two very useful attic rooms, one with two velux roof light windows, lighting, power and radiator. Externally there is a stunning rear garden with a fitted garden/laundry room and a detached garage. Internal viewing is highly recommended.
- Character cottage
- Three Bedrooms plus two attic rooms
- Spacious kitchen/diner
- Sitting room with feature fireplace
- Yorkshire sliding sash windows
- Brick built garden/laundry Room
- Detached brick garage
- Delightful, enclosed private garden.
Ticknall village once formed part of the Harper Crewe Estate and is best known for Calke Abbey, the second largest stately home in Derbyshire and once home to the Harper Crewe family. Within the village there is a general store, three public houses, a primary school (with restricted class sizes),
Church, village hall and a very active cricket club. A wider range of facilities can be found in the nearby market towns of Melbourne and Ashby de la Zouch. Ticknall allows easy access to major conurbations and transport routes including the A38, A50 and A42, allowing access to the major Midlands towns and cities, including Derby, Nottingham and Birmingham. A local bus services provides access through the area. The local area offers great opportunities for walking, cycling and
horse riding and with sailing and fishing on Foremark and Staunton Harold reservoirs. The area is well served by highly regarded schools including a primary school in the village, Chellaston Academy Secondary School and a number of schools in Melbourne. Private schools include Repton School, Foremark Preparatory School and Derby Grammar and Derby High schools.
Half-glazed timber entrance door leads in to:
Dining Kitchen 15' 10" x 11' 5" ( 4.83m x 3.48m )
Fitted with a range of bespoke hand painted units, granite work surfaces, feature fireplace incorporating a period open grate cast iron fire with antique pine surround, inset enamel sink with chrome mixer tap, Chinese slate flooring, Yorkshire sliding sash windows to the side and front elevations, secondary-glazed panel to the front elevation, recess spotlights to ceiling and concealed under unit lighting. Integrated appliances comprise of a Siemens dishwasher, Miele fridge, Neff microwave and Falcon range cooker with five burner hob.
Sitting Room 16' 11" max x 15' 10" ( 5.16m max x 4.83m )
With a feature inglenook fireplace incorporating a multi-fuel stove with exposed reclaimed bricks, solid oak flooring, exposed beams to ceiling, two wall light points, radiator, open spindle staircase rising to the first floor accommodation, half-glazed door to the rear provides access to the rear garden, fitted utility meter cupboards to the chimney breast recess, two Yorkshire sliding sash windows to the front elevation with secondary glazed panels, useful understairs store & further built in storage cupboard.
With storage cupboard, loft access, stairs to second floor and doors off to:
Bedroom One 17' 3" x 14' 6" ( 5.26m x 4.42m )
Dual aspect room with views to the front and rear elevations with Yorkshire sliding sash windows and secondary glazed panel to the front elevation, cast iron ornamental fireplace, fitted antique pine double-door front wardrobe to recess, further over-stairs wardrobe and radiator.
Bedroom Two 11' 5" x 10' 5" ( 3.48m x 3.17m )
With Yorkshire sliding sash window to the front elevation with secondary glazed panel, radiator and airing cupboard housing the combination boiler.
Fully tiled and full length walk in glazed shower cubicle with overhead rainfall plate and hand held attachment, wash hand basin and W.C fitted to high gloss vanity unit with storage beneath, laminate wood flooring, heated towel rail and extractor fan, window to the rear.
Second Floor Landing
Fitted bookshelves to the kite winder staircase lead to the second floor landing with in turn gives access to bedroom three and two attic rooms.
Bedroom Three 12' 3" x 11' 11" ( 3.73m x 3.63m )
Yorkshire sliding sash window to the side elevation, radiator.
Attic Room One 5' 11" x 9' 3" ( 1.80m x 2.82m )
Measured beneath sloping ceilings and accessed via opening from the landing with door off to:-
Attic Room Two 8' x 9' 4" ( 2.44m x 2.84m )
Measured beneath sloping ceilings, having two double glazed velux roof light windows, central heating radiator.
To the rear of the property there is a covered log store, to the side of the property there is a shared driveway leading to a detached brick garage, beyond the garage is a communal path leading to a gate to the rear garden. The enclosed rear garden offers a wealth of features which must be viewed to be appreciated including cobble patio, raised borders inset with a variety of mature shrubs and garden pond. A particular feature of the property is the brick built laundry/garden room and an adjacent coal house/store.
Of brick construction with pitched roof, double-opening timber doors, loft storage, window to the rear elevation, lighting and power.
A particular feature of the property is the brick built laundry/garden room which has a pitched roof and is fitted with a range of shaker style unit with wood block work surfaces and enamel Belfast style sink, plumbing and space for washing machine, further appliance space, part tiled walls, spotlights to ceiling, wall mounted electric heater, extractor fan, outside security lighting and double-glazed window to the rear elevation.