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Guide Price at £695,000 to £725,000.
A fabulous, beautifully presented 3 double bedroom and 2 bathroom detached house with stunning surrounding views. Improved by the present owners in recent years to an extremely high standard to offer stylish accommodation on two floors. Features include four reception rooms, a stunning breakfast kitchen and separate utility room, a master bedroom with a balcony overlooking open fields, and a refurbished en-suite, two further double bedrooms, and a beautiful bathroom. Benefits from gas heating with radiators, some under-floor heating, double glazing, and a security alarm. Set within manicured lawned gardens, along with an electric gated driveway and an integral garage. The carpets, many which were replaced in 2020, are included within the sale. Freehold.
On the ground floor, there is a front entrance door with an oak canopy, opening into a reception hall, making an immediate positive impression, having Farrow & Ball decorative tones, and Walnut panel doors with stylish fittings. There is a useful under-stair storage cupboard and a door into a lobby, ideal for hanging coats, with a further door into a cloakroom with a white WC, wash basin, and an Amtico floor finish. The lounge is a lovely, principal reception room, beautifully presented, with a focal coal effect gas fire within a burnished metal fireplace. The other front reception room is a TV snug/study with fitted furniture. Both rooms have impressive farmland views. The dining room is a cosy room, ideal for entertaining, with feature wallpaper, dual aspect windows and glass French doors into a garden room. The garden room has a York stone flagged floor, double glazed windows with integral venetian blinds and views across open fields, along with French doors onto the garden. The dining room adjoins the breakfast kitchen with a range of bespoke, hand-painted, fitted units, finished with granite worktops, an Abode sink unit, splash-back tiling, and a wood effect Amtico floor finish. There is an extensive range of units including display cabinets and a range of integrated Neff appliances: a steam oven, a microwave oven, a hob with an extractor above and a dishwasher. There is space for a fridge freezer. In 2020 the owners had a new walnut effect breakfast table fitted, which acts as the hub of the home. The kitchen has a light and airy feel with a rear window with farmland views, along with two Velux windows. A door opens into a utility room with further matching fitted units, a further sink unit, an integrated washing machine and an airing cupboard with shelving and a radiator. The ground floor is completed with an integral garage, which houses the Worcester gas boiler.
On the first floor, there is a landing with a rear window and a ceiling hatch with a pull-down ladder, to a partially boarded loft for storage. The rear master bedroom has designer wallpaper, rear French doors onto a balcony, ideal for your morning coffee, as well as a door into a modern en-suite with a shower, a wash basin, WC, and tiling by Porcelanosa, including a tiled floor with feature under-floor heating. There are a further two, well-presented double bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes, one with a walk-in clothes closet, both will farmland views. The family bathroom has been refurbished, having a white suite with a bath, a separate shower enclosure, a wash basin, WC, finished with a wood effect tiled floor with under-floor heating, and marble effect tiled walls. The bathroom takes advantage of the rear far reaching views.
Outside, the property is set back from Cowley Lane behind a manicured lawned garden with planted borders. An electric gate opens onto a stone flagged and gravel driveway for two vehicles. The integral garage has power, lighting, and a tiled floor. A side path leads into a rear garden, catching the afternoon and the evening sun, mainly lawned with planted borders to provide seasonal colour, a York Stone flagged terrace, a shed, and a decked terrace with feature lighting, which is ideal for entertaining. The gardens benefit from Infrared security lighting and surround fencing.
Cowley Lane is an extremely popular road within a rural setting whilst having access links to shops and amenities in Dronfield, local schools, recreational facilities, and access links to Sheffield City Centre, the motorway, train stations, and the Peak District.