Marsh Lane, DE56

Set in a non-estate location in Belper, Derbyshire close to footpaths, parks, and all local schools, sits this impressive 16-year old architect-designed stone-built house.

£425,000


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ENTRANCE PORCH

Suitable for hanging coats and for storage of shoes, the porch has two double glazed windows and a newly installed quality double glazed front door.

 

MAIN HALLWAY

The hallway has been split into two, so that access to the living room and study is gained via a door from the main hall. Further doors lead to the kitchen and garden room. The floor is of varnished pine, as is the staircase which leads to the second floor. At the bottom of the staircase a double-glazed window looks into the porch.

 

KITCHEN (13’7’’ x 9’8”)

A double-glazed window looks out on to the back garden. The kitchen consists of a range of wood effect wall, base and drawer units, with granite effect work surfaces, including a breakfast bar. Inset ceramic one and a half bowl sink and drainer with swan neck chrome mixer tap. Integrated four ring gas hob with pull out extractor hood and double oven and grill. Space and plumbing for a dish washer and American style fridge freezer. Recessed spotlights in the ceiling. Ceramic tiled flooring. Glazed doors lead into the utility room and hall. 

 

Open plan into the dining room

 

DINING ROOM (15’6’’ x 8’10’’)

This room is versatile and can be used as a second lounge or a dining room. It has a large glazed window and a double radiator. Laminate flooring. Television, Sky, phone points. Two pendant lights. 

 

UTILITY ROOM (9’10’’ x 5’6’’)

Matching the kitchen: with granite effect worktops, splashback tiling, inset ceramic one and a half bowl sink and drainer with swan neck chrome mixer tap and ceramic floor tiles. Space and plumbing for a washing machine/dryer. A very economical Bosch Boiler was fitted four years ago and is serviced yearly. The capacity of this top-end boiler means that bath, shower and taps can all be used simultaneously, without the flow or temperature being compromised: a must for a busy family.

 

CLOAKROOM WC

White pedestal hand basin and low-level flushing WC. Double glazed patterned glass window to the rear elevation. Matching the utility room: splashback tiling to the sink and ceramic floor tiles.  A wall mounted radiator. Electric consumer unit. 

 

GARDEN ROOM (10’7 x 8’11’’)

The garden room leads off the main hallway and provides a view of the back garden through a double-glazed patio door. It has new decorative ceiling lights with matching wall lights on a dimmer switch. There is a wall mounted double radiator, and the flooring is of varnished pine. 

 

SECOND HALLWAY (Leading off the main hallway)

This leads to the living room and study and has a varnished pine wood floor. It has a wall mounted radiator and a window looking into the porch.

 

LIVING ROOM (16’6’’ x 11’11’’)

A well-proportioned light airy room with a double-glazed widow looking out onto the back garden.  Ceiling light with four matching wall lights on a dimmer switch.

Wall mounted double radiator and varnished pine flooring. Two television points and Sky connection.  A good quality log burner sits within an exposed feature brick fireplace, with an oak mantel piece and slate hearth.

This room along with the study could be used as a home office or as a self-contained living space, for example for an elderly relative.

 

STUDY (10’6’’ x 5’10’’)

Double glazed window to front elevation, wall mounted radiator, varnished pine floor, telephone points with two telephone lines. These are suitable for those wishing to have a home office and require separate phone lines to the main house.

 

STAIRWELL AND LANDING

Gallery style wooden banisters lead to a large landing. Carpeted. Three ceiling lights, wall mounted radiator. Double glazed window with views over the delightful Derwent Valley.

 

WALK IN AIRING CUPBOARD

Automatic light, slatted shelving and radiator.

 

MASTER BEDROOM (15’7’’ x 10’2’’)

Built in double wardrobes. Double glazed window to front elevation with views over the valley. Carpeted, with two ceiling lights. Wall mounted radiator. Television point. Doorway leading to the dressing room and ensuite.

 

DRESSING ROOM (6’2 x 5’3’’)

Carpeted. Wall mounted radiator. Plenty of space for a chest of drawers. Door leading to ensuite. 

 

ENSUITE

White pedestal hand basin and low-level flushing WC. Shower enclosure with mains-fed shower. Double glazed patterned glass window to the rear elevation. Ladder style radiator. Recessed spot light in the ceiling.

 

BEDROOM 2 (14’2 x 10’2’’)

Double glazed window to front elevation, with views. A pendant light fitting. Double wall mounted radiator. Carpeted. Built-in wardrobe. Television point 

 

BEDROOM 3 (14’2 x10’2’’)

Double glazed window to rear elevation. A pendant light fitting. Double wall mounted radiator. Carpeted. Built-in wardrobe.

 

BEDROOM 4 (10’2 x 9’1’’)

Double glazed window to rear elevation. A pendant light fitting. Wall mounted radiator. Carpeted. 

 

MAIN BATHROOM

The main bathroom has recently been refurbished and has a pedestal hand basin and low-level flushing WC, a large shower enclosure with mains-fed shower with both drench shower and power shower heads. A white oval bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Walls and floor fully tiled. Double glazed patterned-glass window to the rear elevation. Recessed spot light in the ceiling. A heated chrome ladder towel rail is connected to both the central heating and the mains electricity, meaning it can be heated independently of central heating in summer.

 

FRONT OF THE PROPERTY

To the front of the property there is a stone retaining wall with parking access. The driveway is laid with limestone chippings, and has ample space for up to three cars, Access is around both sides of the house to the side and back garden. A further 6ft by 4ft shed sits to the front left-hand side of the property.

 

SIDE GARDEN

A triangular garden with a range of shrubs, and with potential for a vegetable garden. Wood store.

 

SUMMERHOUSE IN THE SIDE GARDEN 

Brand new 19ft by 8ft summerhouse, with an adjoining shed.

Recently built by local craftsmen, the wooden summerhouse opens onto a newly constructed Indian stone patio, which has a small retaining wall. The large shed is built into the end of the summer house and double doors open onto the drive.

 

BACK GARDEN

Tiered garden with two lawns, well stocked herbaceous borders. Lime stone chippings patio area and paths. Fencing to the boundaries. Cold water tap. Water butt, which takes rainwater from house guttering. 

 

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From the horse's mouth

It’s a large and airy house, which is very easy to maintain. Its position means that is very near to two parks, countryside walks, while also being a 10 minute walk away from Belper town centre, where a wide range of shops, restaurants and cafes can be found. lks making,


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