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4 Bed House - Detached

Weston Underwood, Ashbourne, Derbyshire


Price:

£695,000

BEAUTIFUL & COUNTRY - Fabulous detached property with private gardens occupying this most sought after village setting on the doorstep of rolling Derbyshire countryside and situated between Derby and Ashbourne.

This lovely home looks out onto land owned by the Kedleston Estate and is used by a local farmer for cattle. The picturesque view can be enjoyed from the elevated decking seating area or the hot tub.

Beautiful Detached Home

Ecclesbourne School Catchment Area & The Queen Elizabeth School, Ashbourne (QUEGS)

Countryside Views

Lounge, Family Room, Study

Magnificent Living Kitchen/Dining Room

Spacious Utility

Four Double Bedrooms

En-suite, Family Bathroom, Cloakroom

Landscaped Private Gardens

Gated Driveway & Large Brick Garage

The property benefits from rooms having been fitted with deep skirting boards and matching architraves and beautifully painted in Farrow and Ball paints. Attractive double glazing with lead detail. Oil fired central heating with a new boiler and a recently replaced oil tank.

Large brick garage with electric door and mezzanine for storage too. A large gated driveway provides good car standing spaces.

By Car: Derby 7 miles, Nottingham 21 miles, Birmingham 42 miles, Sheffield 45 miles

By Train: Derby Station - London St Pancreas 85mins; Birmingham New Street 40mins (Derby station is circa 15 minutes journey by car)

The Location

The picturesque village of Weston Underwood is approximately 6 miles north of Derby City Centre and 7 miles from the famous market town of Ashbourne, known as the Gateway to the Peak District National Park with famous landmarks including Dovedale and Chatsworth House a short drive away. Carsington Water, a hub for water sports activity and cycling is approximately 20 minutes away. Kedleston Hall, a famous National Trust property is located in an adjoining village less than 2 miles away, where you will also find a renowned golf club which annually hosts the regional qualifiers for the British Open.

Weston Underwood boasts a fantastic, small independent farm shop and in the next village of Mugginton, a short walk away of under 15 minutes (1 mile), there is a very highly regarded primary school & a superb gastro pub, ‘The Cock Inn’ (Winner of the best Derbyshire pub 2022 by The National Bar and Pub Awards). Both are accessible by road and over field by foot. There are many other delightful local walks around Trelinden, all with beautiful stretching views.

Trelinden is situated in the catchment area for the nationally recognised secondary school; ‘The Ecclesbourne School’ in Duffield. Duffield is approximately 4 miles away and provides an excellent range of amenities including shops, a wine bar, pubs, medical centre and train station. Other well regarded schools in short distance include The Queen Elizabeth School, Ashbourne (QUEGS) and

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall 15'6" x 6'9"

With engineered oak wood flooring, coving to ceiling, spotlights to ceiling, staircase to the first floor and radiator.

Fitted Cloakroom

In white with WC, fitted wash basin with chrome fittings and storage cupboard beneath, tiled splash-backs and tiled flooring.

Lounge 21'9" into bay x 13'11"

Featuring a stone Chesneys fireplace and log burner, the room is painted in painted in Farrow and Ball Hardwick White paint with a cream carpet and large windows to the front.

Family Room 15'8" x 12'0"

Painted in F&B Inchyra Blue, this room gets plenty of sunlight from the windows that run down most of one side of the room. With a log burner for cosy days and nights, this is the perfect 2nd reception room.

Office 8'11" x 8'7"

With built in desk and seating for 2 - views out to the garden Broadband is fibre to the house and ideal for home working.

Superb Living Kitchen/Dining Room 28'2" x 11'10" overall

Recently completed quality kitchen with quartz worktops, range oven, large island unit with seating and a large fridge/freezer with surrounding pantry housing.

Side Hallway

With matching engineered oak wood flooring, door to utility room, door to study and double glazed side access door.

Utility Room 15'10" x 5'2"

Tiled floor with a sink and built in storage with plenty of room for further free standing storage units. Plumbing for washing machine and space and vented for tumble dryer.

First Floor

Featured Galleried Style Landing

With radiator, double glazed leaded window with aspect to front, double doors to the airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and drying shelves, access to roof space providing useful storage.

Double Bedroom One 14'9" plus wardrobes x 13'10"

With four useful built-in double wardrobes, coving to ceiling, radiator, two double glazed windows with leaded finish with aspect over rear garden and views towards open countryside.

Fitted En-suite 8'0" x 5'8"

In white with double shower cubicle with power shower, fitted wash basin with chrome fittings, low level WC, tiled walls with matching tiled splash-backs and tiled flooring, spotlights to ceiling, under-floor heating, heated towel rail/radiator and double glazed obscure window.

Double Bedroom Two 14'2" x 9'8"

With radiator, coving to ceiling, featured wall papered wall, three double glazed windows with leaded finish and aspect to front.

Double Bedroom Three 15'10" x 11'5"

With radiator, double glazed window with leaded finish with aspect to side, double glazed window with leaded finish incorporating Dorma style window with aspect to front.

Double Bedroom Four 12'5" x 12'0"

With radiator, two double glazed windows with leaded finish overlooking rear garden and views towards countryside.

Family Bathroom 8'2" x 6'1"

In white with bath with chrome fittings with chrome shower over and shower screen door, circular wash basin with chrome fittings and storage cupboard beneath, low level WC, limestone travertine tiled walls with matching limestone travertine tiled flooring, heated chrome towel rail/radiator and double glazed obscure window.

Front Garden

The property is nicely set back from the pavement edge behind a deep lawned fore garden with raised bed and hedgerow providing a screen for privacy, a stone flagged pathway leads to the entrance door and also matching stone paving leads to the side of the property which in turn leads to the rear garden.

To The Side

To the side of the property there is a useful covered area built from timber construction with pitched roof and part polycarbonate glazing, this useful area provides a great space for bins, log store and covered access to the useful brick built outbuilding which has power and lighting laid on and a floor mounted Worcester boiler.

Rear Garden

Being of a major asset of sale to this particular property is its delightful private rear garden backing onto open countryside and fields. There is a large Indian stone paved patio/terrace area providing a pleasant sitting out and entertaining space which leads to a wide lawned garden with attractive side timber built pergola with raised beds incorporating a variety of plants, shrubs and trees. Further to the rear of the garden there is a paved patio providing a charming seating area. All enjoying a degree of privacy enclosed behind timber fencing and mature trees.

Gated Entrance

The property is approached with two twin brick pillars with large ranch style gate opening on to the driveway and brick double garage.

Driveway

A wide tarmac driveway provides car standing spaces for approximately four/five cars.

Large Brick Garage 20'0" x 16'6"