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Guide Price £775,000 - £825,000
A charming 3 double bedroom Derbyshire farmhouse standing in generous and beautifully maintained established gardens in Millthorpe. The property has been attractively decorated and appointed throughout with painted beams and tiled flooring to the ground floor, two reception rooms and two bathrooms, enjoys lovely front views, timber garage, stone shed and attached barn, all of which could be converted subject to the necessary consents. The accommodation comprises: Oak front leads to a lobby area and the living room with stone hearth and log burner. Sitting room with a feature stone fireplace and superb front views. Inner lobby and cloakroom/W.C having a white suite. Breakfast farmhouse kitchen with a range of bespoke handmade painted units complemented by marble worktops, Belfast sink, electric AGA, electric oven and ceramic hob. Utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, central heating boiler and access to the barn. The barn has a cruck beam. front doors and the scope to develop subject to consents, An open staircase from the living from leads to the first floor landing. W.C having a white suite. Bedroom 1 with built-in wardrobes and stunning front views, Bedroom 2 with a vaulted ceiling, store cupboard and generous storage to the eaves. Bedroom 3 with a vaulted ceiling and built-in wardrobes. Two Bathrooms, one having a separate shower cubicle, both are part tiled, have column radiators with chrome towel rail and extractors. To the front of the property is a manicured lawn with flower and shrub borders and beautiful wisteria. Five bar gate to a generous side drive with ample parking and garage. Top lawn and Indian stone patio, summer house, stone shed, steps with feature rockeries lead to the lower level lawn, pond with waterfall, greenhouse and a boundary brook. Cordwell Lane is an extremely popular road with properties rarely coming to the market. It commands a rural setting whilst offering access to local shops and amenities, highly regarded local schools, recreational facilities and access to the centre of Sheffield or Chesterfield, the motorway, hospitals, train stations and the Peak District.