For sale, this very attractive detached 3 bedroom cottage. Dating back to 1900, this stone built character cottage is located in the charming and sought after village of Bradwell in the Peak District. Conveniently situated in the Hope Valley with good access to local amenities and good transport links to Sheffield and Manchester.
The property has been completely renovated and now benefits from a new roof, electrical wiring, plumbing, insulation and CAT5 data cabling throughout. It has been replastered throughout, with insulated walls, roof and insulated solid concrete floor.
We highly recommend a viewing to fully appreciate this charming cottage. It is available immediately with vacant possesion and no chain.
Dining Room (4.04m x 3.69m)
The solid oak front door with 5 lever mortice lock and yale lock has a 3-section fanlight window above and opens into the dining room. The room has a large double-glazed wooden sash window to the front with view to Bradwell Edge and a small wooden sash window to the side. The wooden floor is oak and the room is heated by a 4-column radiator under the window. To one corner is a small, high storage cupboard concealing the electrical consumer unit and electricity meter. The control for central heating and hot water is mounted on the side wall. The room provides access to the wooden balustrade and stairs which lead to the first floor. Under the stairs is a cupboard housing the hub for satelite TV, telephone, and the wired home network (CAT5 ethernet cabling).
Lounge (3.97m x 3.66m)
A half-glazed, half-wood panelled door connects the dining room to the lounge. There is a large double-glazed wooden sash window to the front with view to Bradwell Edge and a smaller wooden sash window to the side. The lounge has solid oak floor, a 4-column radiator, and an efficient clearview multi-fuel stove in an attractive local stone fireplace with lined chimney. In one corner is a wooden built-in storage cupboard and bookshelf.
Fitted Kitchen (5.3m x 1.85m)
A half-glazed, half-wood panelled door connects the dining room with the kitchen. The kitchen comes with fully fitted shaker-style kitchen units, has a solid stone floor, and a solid oak worktop with a mosaic tile splashback along its length. The worktop is lit by under cupboard LED lights. One wall has been stripped back to stone and expertly finished to provide a lovely feature wall. In-built aeg appliances include: A self-cleaning electric fan-assisted oven; a microwave; a glass 5-ring gas hob, with stainless steel extractor unit above. A large Belfast sink is housed beneath a double-glazed sash window. There is plumbing and space for a dishwasher, space for full height refrigerator, and for an under-worktop freezer. A recessed bookshelf provides ample storage for recipe books and there are ample power sockets troughout positioned coventiently at working height. The kitchen is heated by the 2 column radiator. An electric plinth heater provides additional heating if needed.
Utility/Cloakroom (2.43m x 1.99m)
A half-glazed, half-wood panelled door connects the kitchen with the utility room. The same solid stone floor continues from the kitchen through to the utility room. The utility room has plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer, as well as plenty of space for hanging coats, shoes and boots. At the end of the room is a half-glazed, half-panelled oak door to side of the property.
The stairs, first floor landing and bedrooms are fully carpetted.
The central landing provides access to all bedrooms, bathroom and toilet. A very useful storage and bookshelf unit has been built over the stairs and can be accessed by use of the occasional floor. The main loft hatch is positioned over the stairs and accessed via a fixed loft ladder. The loft space is fully insulated and boarded, with electrical supply and lighting. It houses the gas combi-boiler and provides ample storage space.
Bedroom 1 (3.96m x 3.66m)
An attractive large double bedroom with a 4-column radiator, that enjoys views of Bradwell Edge and Win Hill from the front facing double-glazed wooden sash window.
Bedroom 2 (2.85m x 2.79m)
A double bedroom with front facing double-glazed sash window, enjoying pleasant views over the village, 2-column radiator and access hatch for bolier.
Bedroom 3 (2.66m x 1.84m)
A single bedroom or study with side aspect double-glazed wooden sash window and 2-column radiator.
Victorian savoy toilet with mid-level cistern and chrome downpipe, 2-tap washbasin with period tiled splashback. The floor is tiled and there is a storage cupboard, extractor fan and 2-column radiator.
Bathroom (2.56m x 1.86m)
Victorian savoy bathroom suite, comprising bath with mixer tap and shower hose, washbasin with mixer tap and mirror above and a seperate shower cubicle with St James thermostatic shower valve. The bathroom walls are tiled, with a fully tiled floor, and includes a tall shaker-style storage unit. The room is heated by a tall 2-column towel radiator and a seperate towel rack is positioned over the bath.
- All mains are connected to the property
- Gas Central Heating & Hot Water
- Double glazing throughout
- Fast fibre broadband availability
- Lapsed planning permission exists for an extension to create a bigger kitchen and utility room downstairs with an additional bedroom and a bathroom upstairs.
Stone steps lead up to the front of the house and onto an elevated concrete pathway around both sides of the house. This is enclosed by distinctive cast iron railings and a gate. The pathway leads on one side to the side entrance door and outside tap and on the other around to the gas meter and a secure storage area, suitable for bikes and other equipment/tools and includes an external power socket. Steps lead up to a decked seating area with a large, useful garden shed, level lawn and a further seating area, laid with woodland bark. Several terraces, with a variety of shrubs and plants back onto a wooded hillside. The garden has a high degree of privacy and lovely views can be enjoyed over the village and Bradwell Edge. There is plenty of on-road parking.Location
Situated in an elevated position at the south end of Bradwell, the property is seperated from the road by a large patch of grass. The property is just a few minutes walk from the centre of Bradwell which has a number of shops, a post office, small infant and junior schools, 2 churches and 4 pubs. Bradwell lies within the Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park. The area is renowned for its natural beauty and attracts walkers, climbers, cavers, cyclists, mountain bikers and paragliders - all of which are accessible from the door or within a few minutes drive. On warm summer days the sky above Bradwell edge is filled with paragliders, hang-gliders and gliders and can be seen from the cottage.
Sheffield is just 35 minutes drive and Manchester is an hours drive. Alternatively both can be reached by train from Hope train station. There are also direct bus services into Sheffield and Buxton.