An attractive stone cottage in this splendid village location and offering considerable potential.
Milldale is an idyllic hamlet standing aside the River Dove, on the southern fringe of the Peak District. Locations such as this are few and far between with the village of Alstonefield being just half a mile to the north and the market town of Ashbourne being just over 5 miles to the South.
From Ashbourne take the A515 towards Buxton. Having passed the town to Thorpe and Ilam, take the next turn signposted towards Mill Dale. Follow this road down hill, keeping left at both junctions and on reaching the Hamlet, turn right and Rose Cottage is then on your right hand side.
An attractive stone built cottage standing on a generous plot extending to approximately 0.13 of an acre with the added benefit of an additional stone built shed situated across the road on this small plot of land.
The property offers considerable potential with pre-application enquiries indicating the planners would be receptive to the property being extended.
As its stands the property currently comprises; entrance porch, living room, kitchen and at first floor level, bedroom and bathroom together with a separate utility room/toilet accessed externally and within the grounds there is a large former Glasshouse (in need of repair). The building across the road from the property offers further potential standing within its own stone walled plot.
Overall, this is quite an exceptional opportunity.
Glazed Panelled Entrance Door
with window to front, tiled floor opening onto;
16' 7'' x 14' 10'' (5.06m x 4.51m)
with solid fuel burning stove and back boiler (unable to confirm if in working order) set into a ceramic tiled fireplace on a tiled hearth. This also provides partial central heating. Windows to both front and side, high level recessed shelving/display cabinets to one wall and fitted shelving under stairs. Door to;
9' 10'' x 7' 4'' (2.99m x 2.23m)
with a range of fitted units including cupboards, drawers and wall cupboards with worktop and stainless steel sink with twin drainers. Extractor fan and double glazed window to front.
At First Floor Level
12' 0'' x 11' 2'' (3.66m x 3.41m)
with radiator, frosted window to stairwell and over stairs cupboards.
7' 7'' x 5' 6'' (2.31m x 1.67m)
with wash basin set into worktop, W.C and bath with shower attachment over. Double glazed window to front.
Adjoining the property there is a utility room.
7' 10'' x 7' 2'' (2.4m x 2.18m) Overall
with plumbing for washing machine, sink, radiator, window and W.C.
The property stands in a generous plot with a dry stone wall border. Within the gardens there is a substantial glasshouse (needing repairs) and a garden shed. The gardens are laid out in formal sections with dry stone wall divisions. Adjacent to the property and across the road there is a further enclosure with dry stone wall boundaries providing ample car standing together with a stone built single storey shed/store. The building measures approximately 20ft x 10ft.
There is mains water and electricity.
The Property is believed to be within Council Band 'C'.
Tenure and Possession
The property is Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of, all rights of way, wayleaves and easements in existence at the time of the sale.
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