3 bedroom house - detached

£385,000

Station Road, Scarcliffe, Chesterfield

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This Superbly Renovated and Restored DETACHED FARMHOUSE was once part of the Chatsworth Estate and has been beautifully refurbished from top to bottom, to combine a wealth of original features with a high standard of contemporary styling, in accommodation extending to over 900 sq.ft

With countryside on the doorstep yet easy access to the M1 Motorway, it combines the best of modern day living

Gas Central Heating and Wooden Framed Sealed Unit Double Glazed Windows





The accommodation comprises: Lounge with Feature Stove/Oven, Fitted Dining Kitchen, Ground Floor Double Bedroom and Two Further First Floor Double Bedrooms, and a Family Bathroom

Outside: The property is situated on a lane at the top end of the village, and entered via a wooden gate which additionally leads to a gravelled off-road parking area

The pleasant rear courtyard garden has a stone paved patio, artificial lawn, stone built outbuilding and a cold water tap with Belfast sink

General

Gas central heating
Wooden framed sealed unit double glazed windows
Current energy band – E
Gross internal floor area 85.7sq.m/923 sq.ft
Council tax band – B
Secondary school catchment area – The Bolsover School

On The Ground Floor

Dining Kitchen

Accessed from the rear courtyard, this room has been sympathetically restored to provide a delightful, open plan dining area within the property

Kitchen Area 2.87m x 1.80m (9'5 x 5'11)

With an outlook to the side of the property, this area contains a range of fitted units in keeping with the style of the property, incorporating a Belfast sink with mixer tap and wooden worktops, plus space for a range cooker

Dining Area 3.20m x 3.00m (10'6 x 9'10)

The fitments and wooden work top continue through into the Dining Area, with additional further storage provided by open shelving
There is also space and plumbing for both an automatic washing machine and dishwasher, plus downlighting and space for a fridge/freezer
A delightful feature of this room is the rustic brick chimney breast with reclaimed stone lintel and hearth, plus integral cast iron stove/oven accessed from the Lounge

Lounge 4.06m x 3.45m (13'4 x 11'4)

A cosy, dual aspect room with an original ceiling beam and also featuring a rustic brick chimney breast with stone lintel over the stove/oven, which is used by the current vendor both for heating and as an ideal pizza oven
Built-in under stairs storage cupboard
A further door leads out onto the courtyard garden

Inner Lobby

With staircase rising to the First Floor accommodation and further access through to:

Ground Floor Bedroom Two 3.81m x 3.30m (12'6 x 10'10)

A dual aspect room also having an original ceiling beam and feature rustic brick chimney breast with stone lintel and multi-fuel stove
Whilst currently being used as a bedroom, it is ideally situated to provide a further reception room if required

On The First Floor

Landing

Bedroom One 3.91m x 3.48m (12'10 x 11'5)

A dual aspect double room with a built-in over stair storage cupboard

Bedroom Three 3.38m x 3.30m (11'1 x 10'10)

A side facing double room with loft access hatch

Part Tiled Family Bathroom 3.15m x 2.46m (10'4 x 8'1)

A spacious room containing a White three piece suite comprising of a panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, and a low flush WC
Two built-in cupboards house the boiler and the hot water cylinder

Outside

The property is situated on a lane at the top end of the village, and entered via a wooden gate which additionally leads to a gravelled off-road parking area

The pleasant rear courtyard garden has a stone paved patio, artificial lawn, stone built outbuilding and a cold water tap with Belfast sink