Built circa 1765 this elegant Georgian property has seen a substantial change to the local area, and it now sits in the perfect position to provide commercial use to the local area. With an impressive 3997 sq.ft, this property offers a fine balance of residential and commercial use, with a stunning four-bedroom semi-detached house being a perfect family home, as well as extensive purpose build workshops, office, double garage & ample car parking for would-be customers, which would allow a new owner to run a successful business.
Currently used as classic motorcycle repair and sales business, but the versatile commercial units along with the B2 commercial license means that the premises would be ideal for most business uses.
With a little work and imagination, the units could also provide the ideal space for a separate residential annex, creating the perfect space for a teenager’s getaway or a quaint home for elderly parents.
The property itself offers practical living accommodation having four double bedrooms, two reception rooms, downstairs WC, en-suite to the guest bedroom, cellars, family bathroom and is full of character and charm with its wealth of original features and high ceilings. The property is screaming out for the spacious loft to be developed and utilised as there is the potential to drastically increase the size of this already large property.
Location - Located between Sheffield and Chesterfield with ideal transportation links including rail station, Dronfield stands close to the Peak District offering a gateway into Derbyshire and to the open countryside within minutes. The town offers superb reputable schooling, civic centre, excellent recreational facilities, restaurants, and supermarkets.
Entrance Hallway – A welcoming entrance hallway with stylish slate flooring that continues into the kitchen and WC.
WC / Utility – Having an external door leading to the rear, this newly fitted WC not only services the house it also offers easy access for users of the commercial premises. Also having plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer.
Kitchen - Having a bespoke range of handmade pine wall and base units, solid pine and granite working surfaces complemented by the stylish tiled splash back, Belfast style sink, plumbing for a dishwasher, space for an upright fridge/freezer, gas cooker point with cooker hood over and beams to the ceiling giving this kitchen a pleasant cottage feel.
Dining Room – This spacious room easily accommodates a large dining suite and sits in the heart of the home. This room is tastefully presented with original features including coving, partly wood paneled wall coverings, solid wood flooring and a traditional fireplace that acts as the focal point of the room. Double doors open into the living room, which really allows the two rooms to flow nicely together, making this perfect for when entertaining family and friends.
Living Room - Having a Louis style fireplace with log burner, wood paneling beneath the dado rail, original window shutters and continuation of the solid wood flooring that is all complimented by the tasteful décor. This principal reception room is not only spacious but benefits from a large Georgian style window allow light to flood through.
Hallway – Originally the main entrance hallway for the property, that now acts as an inner hallway and due to its size, the current owners use this space as a useful study area. Having a grand front door with an appealing feature being the originally glazed fanlight above; dado rail, broad corbeled arch and staircase having spindle balustrading to the first floor and a door opening to stairs descending down to the cellar.
Master Bedroom - Has an ornamental period fireplace, pine cupboard to one side of the chimney breast, natural wood flooring and a large window that provides distant views extending over the town towards Norton Water Tower. This bedroom has a door that allows access to the Jack & Jill style bathroom.
Bathroom - Nicely proportioned with a three piece white suite comprising a 'P' shaped bath with curved shower screen, thermostatically controlled shower which works off the domestic hot water system and tiled surround, half tiling extending to the remainder of the walls and to the floor, period style high flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and useful shelf linen cupboard.
Bedroom Two- Overlooking the front elevation, this room easily accommodates a double bed with room left over for storage solutions and also has access to the Jack & Jill bathroom.
Bedroom Three - Another double bedroom with neutral décor overlooking the rear.
Bedroom Four – Approached via a door opening from the kitchen with stairs ascending directly into this large self-contained bedroom with dual aspect windows to the front and rear, access to the roof space above, deep wardrobe/store cupboard and use of the en-suite shower room making this an ideal for a teenager or as a guest bedroom.
En-Suite Shower Room - Comprising tiled shower with the shower unit working off the domestic hot water system, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and window provides ample ventilation.
Cellar – With two separate methods of access either via the doors from the hall, or the door from the kitchen, this cellar is divided into two large rooms both having tall ceilings, stone flagged floors and strip lights offer ample storage for the home or business.
Outside – The property is nicely set back from the road with a stone wall frontage. A large opening allows access into the driveway that leads along the commercial units, which can easily accommodate multiple vehicles at any one time. To the front of the property there is an enclosed private garden that has a lawn and raised flower bed with a mixture of ornamental plants and shrubs that sits next to a stone built outbuilding with slate room that is used for the storage of garden tools and furniture as well as being an ideal place to store bins.
To the rear, there is a pleasant sitting out area that is laid with stone and a lawn garden that is enclosed by mature borders.
Double Garage – A fantastic sized road facing double garage that has an up and over door, power and lighting, side pedestrian door and the added benefit of being fitted with a security alarm.
Workshop & Office - Erected in 2003 this two-story commercial unit is currently used for classic motorcycle storage by the current owner, but this open versatile space could suite countless small business needs. A self-closing door leads to the chequered plate staircase accessing to the upstairs area, which is currently used as an office for the current business.
Second Workshop – With double doors providing access into this additional large workshop that is currently used as a storage unit and also benefits from power and lighting.
Further information - For more information please feel free to contact Wayne Auld, Yopa Local Agent on or the vendor, Rob on Council Tax Banding - Band B
EPC Banding - Band E