A HIGHLY APPEALING, SEMI-DETACHED, EDWARDIAN PERIOD PROPERTY OF UNDOUBTED CHARM, enjoying a pleasant Village location, and available with IMMEDIATE VACANT POSSESSION. Requiring internal inspection to be fully appreciated, the interior has been the subject of extensive sympathetic refurbishment, incorporating modern features yet retaining character and period features. Having the benefit of gas central heating, and UPVC double glazing, the accommodation briefly comprises: -
GROUND FLOOR, Lounge, separate Dining Room, and modern extended Kitchen with integrated appliances. FIRST FLOOR, passaged landing, Three Bedrooms, and modern Bathroom with shower. OUTSIDE, set well back from the road with ample car standing, and foregarden area, together with mature rear garden of approximately 100-feet, and incorporating a range of Outbuildings. EPC D (2022), COUNCIL TAX BAND B.
The property was constructed in the Edwardian period, and forms part of a pair of cottages known as Fair View Cottages. Not only is the property visually attractive from the front, it has been sympathetically modernised and refurbished with the retention of many character features, which can only be appreciated by early internal inspection. The property is available with immediate vacant possession, and comprises; lounge, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom, foregarden, ample parking, and long mature rear garden, incorporating outbuildings.
Stanley Common is a sought after Village, close to leisure facilities to include; Shipley Country Park, together with golf courses such as Morley Hayes, Horsley and Breadsall Priory – the latter has the benefit of a leisure complex. The Village is conveniently situated for Derby (6 miles), Nottingham (10 miles), Ilkeston (3.5 miles), and Belper (6 miles), all have rail connections. Rail travel to London is 1hr 30 minutes.
When leaving Derby city centre by vehicle, proceed north along the Old Mansfield Road, proceeding through the Village of Morley, and past Morley Hayes golf course, then at the traffic light cross-roads turn right for Stanley Common onto Ilkeston Road, which in turn becomes Belper Road, before finding the property on the left-hand side.
GADSBY NICHOLS GUIDELINES FOR VIEWINGS - Some of our Vendors would like to continue to adhere to the following guidelines.
We will, under strict Government Guidelines, recommence viewings, but only in accordance with the following, as set out by reference to the Government and Property Industry guidelines. To ensure maximum safety to our clients, potential purchasers and staff, we are implementing the following: -
1. Viewings will be undertaken strictly on an appointment basis, arranged by Gadsby Nichols, REF: R13237 - 01332 296396;
2. Viewers will need to confirm with Gadsby Nichols, whether they have had COVID-19, or shown symptoms, are shielding or clinically vulnerable, or are currently self isolating;
3. Open House viewings are not permitted. There is to be a maximum of 2 persons viewing from the same household. NO children or extended family can attend;
4. You are encouraged to view the property online in the first instance, and then only in person if you have a strong interest;
5. Viewings may be refused if you are not on the market and have a property to sell;
6. Viewings will be for a 15 minute duration, unless otherwise agreed. If accompanied by Gadsby Nichols, we will leave the property 10 minutes after the appointment time if the viewer has not arrived, unless we receive notification of a delay. The 2 metre distance rule will apply;
7. Viewers should wear the appropriate face mask and gloves (not supplied by the agents or vendors);
8. Viewers, on entering and leaving a property, should wash or sanitise their hands and use the towels provided;
9. Viewers are recommended to have their own hand sanitiser;
10. Viewers will not open any cupboards/wardrobes, etc., and avoid contact with door handles, surfaces, etc.;
Please note the vendors and agents, Gadsby Nichols, reserve the right to refuse entry to the property unless all of the above criteria is adhered to. Gadsby Nichols would, in anticipation, thank you for your co-operation in these matters during these restrictions, Government and Property Industry guidelines.
Having the benefit of gas central heating, and UPVC double glazing, the detailed accommodation comprises: -
Having front entrance door, feature period fire surround with open fire grate and tiled hearth, UPVC double glazed window to the front, deep skirting boards, picture railing, deep cornice, ceiling rose, central heating radiator, and stripped pine door opening to the: -
Having stripped pine door to the understairs store, and opening to the: -
Having UPVC double glazed windows to the side and rear, central heating radiator, ceiling cornice, ceiling rose, and stripped pine doors to the stairs, and; -
Having modern fitments comprising; three double base units, two single base units, two double wall units, one single wall unit, and glazed single wall unit for display purposes, together with integrated stainless steel five-ring gas hob with stainless steel canopy over incorporating extractor hood and light, integrated stainless steel oven, stainless steel sink unit with single drainer, ample work surface areas with tiled splashbacks, tiled floor, UPVC double glazed rear window, wall-mounted Ideal gas central heating boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating, central heating radiator, and feature stripped pine and stained leaded-light glazed door to the: -
Having brick base and UPVC double glazing over, tiled floor, and UPVC double glazed door opening to the rear garden.
Having stripped pine doors to all rooms, and central heating radiator.
Having feature period cast-iron fire surround, UPVC double glazed window, central heating radiator, and stripped pine doors to the built-in wardrobe.
Having central heating radiator, and UPVC double glazed window to the rear.
Having central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window, and stripped pine door to the built-in wardrobes.
These measurements are 'plus recess'.
Having modern white suite comprising; pedestal wash hand basin, low-level WC, and P-shaped bath with shower over and curved shower screen, together with period-style central heating radiator, heated towel rail, part-tiled walls, tiled floor, UPVC double glazed window, and three ceiling downlighters.
The property is set back behind a deep front garden, having gravel driveway affording up to four car standing spaces, raised flower borders, and gravel sitting area, together with side pathway and gate to the: -
Affording a high degree of privacy, due to the hedging surround, and being approximately one-hundred feet in depth, having paved patio, gravel pathways, lawn, and flower and shrub borders.
Range of brick-and-tile outbuildings, incorporating; outside WC with period high-level 'japkap' cistern, together with two stores, and additional garden shed.
Having original wash copper and Belfast sink, dating back to circa. 1904.
We understand the property is held freehold, with vacant possession provided upon completion.
From enquiries of the VOA Website, we understand that the property currently falls within council tax band B, with Amber Valley Borough Council. However, we would recommend any prospective purchasers make their own enquiries with the local authority.
If you are not buying one of our properties, but need a survey or valuation, please contact our offices for further information and advice on 01332 296396. We offer a range of surveys and valuations to cover all house types.
At Gadsby Nichols we have a clear goal - to provide the best quality advice and service to each and every one of our clients. This commitment underpins all our activities and means we have invested heavily in our most important resource - our people.Steve Gadsby BSc FRICS Director
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