6 Bedrooms Town house for sale in North Parade, Matlock Bath, Matlock DE4 | £ 399,995

Overview

Price: £ 399,995
Contract type: For Sale
Type: Town house
County: Derbyshire
Town: Matlock
Postcode: DE4
Address: North Parade, Matlock Bath, Matlock DE4
Bathrooms: 4
Bedrooms: 6
Posted: 2019-10-25

Property Description

Grant's of Derbyshire are delighted to offer for sale, this substantial, Grade II Listed, Victorian town house which is currently used as two separate dwellings but has potential for a number of uses including commercial. The lower apartment occupies the ground and first floor and comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, bathroom, breakfast kitchen, utility and three double bedrooms. The top floor apartment has two double bedrooms, a sitting room, bathroom and dining kitchen. There is a large terraced garden to the rear and ample parking for several vehicles to the front driveway. We would recommend viewing this home to appreciate the depth and quality of accommodation on offer.

Matlock Bath

Matlock Bath boasts a lively tourist trade and nestles within a beautiful stretch of the Derwent Valley providing ready access to the delights of the Derbyshire Dales and Peak District National Park. The towns of Wirksworth, Cromford and Ashbourne are all easily accessible for daily commuting. Matlock Bath has it's own railway station a short distance away and thus providing easy access to Derby, Nottingham and Sheffield.

A Brief History

Southlands is a Grade II listed building, built circa 1850 making it a Victorian property built in the Georgian style. It is located in the centre of the village of Matlock Bath which was developed as a Spa town. The house is constructed of dressed Yorkshire stone with a welsh slate roof and a Roman Doric style portico. It was originally part of the Methodist Church buildings. The property was originally known as number 1 Fountain Villas. The property has been a bed and breakfast guest house. The current owners have owned the property for over 30 years and have used the building as a very successful and respected residential home for a good part of that time and latterly have chosen to split the property into two substantial dwellings.

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The ground floor apartment has four double bedrooms, the first floor apartment has two. The three ceiling roses on the ground floor were commissioned, designed and fitted by a local craftsman. The moulds were destroyed making them unique to this property. All sash windows have secondary glazing.

Lower Apartment

Set to cutstone pillars and lintels, an open portico shelters a panelled front door which opens to the

Entrance Hall (5.61m x 1.2m)

An elegant reception area with a high corniced ceiling, leaf ceiling rose and a corbelled plaster arch to the rear lobby where there is access to the rear of the property and from where stairs rise to the first floor. As with the majority of the house, there is original joinery to include deep skirtings and architraves plus traditional panelled doors. The first door on the left leads into the

Sitting Room (4.25m x 4.27m)

A good size, well lit reception room with the tall Georgian sash window to the front aspect. There is coving to the ceiling and a TV point. Decorative ceiling rose. From the entrance hall, the door on the right leads into the

Dining Room (5.19m x 4.33m)

Again, a good sized reception room with large Georgian sash window to the front aspect. The current tenants use this room as cinema room. There is a coal effect gas fire set within a stone surround. A door leads to the rear hallway past the door which leads down to the cellar which is dry and is currently used as a workshop.

Breakfast Kitchen (4.61m x 3.82m)

With a range of matching wall, base and drawer units with 1.5 bowl sink, six ring gas range with extractor hood over, dishwasher and space for a full height fridge freezer. The side door connects to the utility/garden room and the large Velux window overhead and sash window to the side provide a good level of natural light. An opening leads to the

Utility (2.72m x 1.86m)

With a quarry tiled floor and a matching combination of wall, base and drawer units. There is a stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. Velux window overhead and door which leads out to the rear garden. At the opposite end of the rear hallway a door leads into the

Family Bathroom (3.77m x 1.77n)

With a "Polysafe" flooring and fitted with a quality, four piece suite comprising; panelled bath, double shower enclosure with curved glass screen and electric shower over, low flush WC and vanity wash hand basin with storage cupboard underneath. There is a shaver point and obscure glass uPVC double glazed windows to the side and rear. From the rear hallway a patterned glass, panelled door leads into the

First Floor

From the rear hallway, the staircase with original wood panelled ceiling rises to the first floor where we find a large landing. The first door on the left leads into

Bedroom Four (4.38m x 4.3m)

Currently used as a home gym and storage area but would make a good sized double bedroom. There is a full height fitted cupboard which houses the "Worcester" combination boiler which provides the hot water and gas central heating for the lower apartment. Multi-paned sash window to the side.

Bedroom Three (4.38m x 3.21m)

An elegant and well lit room thanks to the sash window to the front aspect providing far reaching views over the town and the wooded hills beyond. There is a cast iron fireplace set within a Hopton Wood stone surround. TV point.

Bedroom Two (4.41m x 3.74m)

Another good sized double bedroom with sash window to the front aspect.

Bedroom One (3.72m x 3.36m)

With sash window to the front aspect and cast iron fireplace set within a Hopton Wood stone surround. TV point. At the end of the landing there is a built in storage cupboard and a panelled door leads into the

Shower Room (2.72m x 1.83m)

With a tile-effect vinyl flooring, pedestal sink, double shower cubicle with curved glass screen and thermostatic shower fittings over, low flush WC and an obscured glass sash window to the rear.

First Floor Apartment

From the first floor landing a door gives access to the staircase which rises to the second floor where we find a large, well lit landing with uPVC double glazed window to the rear. At the far end of the landing we find the

Bathroom (3.14m x 1.86m)

With a tile-effect vinyl flooring and a modern three piece suite comprising; "P" shaped bath with electric shower over, dual flush WC and vanity wash basin with storage drawer underneath. There is a heated towel rail and an obscure glass sash window to the side aspect.

Sitting Room (4.41m x 4.31m)

With sash window to the front aspect affording the previously mentioned views over the town. There is a coal-effect electric fire set within an ornate surround with tiled heath. TV, BT & sky connections.

Bedroom Five (4.41m x 3.43m)

With original picture rails, TV point and sash window to the front aspect.

Bedroom Six (4.42m x 3.53m)

Currently used as a study but would make an ample sized double bedroom if required. From the landing steps lead down into the

Dining Kitchen (3.87m x 3.77m)

With a tile effect vinyl flooring and a modern range of matching wall, base and drawer units with inset 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. There is a gas hob, oven and the wall mounted "Worcester" combination boiler provides the hot water and gas central heating for the top apartment. There is a Velux window overhead, ample space for a dining table and chairs. UPVC french doors lead out to the rear garden.

Outside

To the front of the property there is a tarmac driveway which provides parking for several vehicles. A pathway to the side leads around to the rear where steps provide separate access (if required) to the top apartment. The garden is itself is quite extensive and is tiered to provide a number of seating areas from which to enjoy the view.

Directional Notes

From our office at Matlock proceed out of Matlock and follow the A6 towards Derby. Continue towards the centre of Matlock Bath where the property will be found on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale board.

Council Tax Information

We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that the following rates apply:
Lower Apartment - D which is currently £1714 per annum.
Upper Apartment - A which is currently £1142 per annum.

Property Location

Property Marketed by Grants of Derbyshire



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