Lea Hurst Litton Slack, Millers Dale, Buxton SK17 8SU
Located In the heart of the Peak District National Park, in a rural location affording a deal of privacy and the rural lifestyle, whilst being commutable to local commercial hubs. Briefly comprising of, to the ground floor, Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room and Bathroom; to the first floor, 3 Double Bedrooms and office/study. The second floor provides attic space ideal for storage or some further living space. With 1.24 acres of grassland adjoining the property offers a fantastic package for those with agricultural or equestrian interests.
Litton Slack is a hamlet based between the much desired villages of Litton and Cressbrook, offering a rural location whilst being close to the local communities of the villages near, local shops, pharmacy, country inns and doctors surgery are in the nearby village of Tideswell (2.3 miles). The commercial hubs of Sheffield (18.9 miles), Chesterfield (18.2 miles) and Buxton (10.3 miles) are nearby and easily commutable.
Travelling from the A623 turn onto Mires Lane towards Litton, once in the village take a left onto Hall Lane, continue on Hall Lane for approximately one mile before taking a right hand turn signposted for Littonslack, the property will be found on the right hand side another 500m on as indicated by our For Sale board.
With an entrance door leading from the side with doors into:
Sitting Room 12' 9'' x 11' 9'' (3.88m x 3.58m)
Wooden flooring, a multi fuel stove with brick fireplace and surround, double glazed bay window to the front aspect and central heating radiator.
Dining Room 12' 1'' x 11' 11'' (3.68m x 3.62m)
With tiled flooring, a wood burning stove with brick surround, built in storage units central heating radiator and double glazed bay window to the front aspect, access to the cellar and stairs rising to the first floor.
Cellar 12' 6'' x 9' 9'' (3.8m x 2.97m)
With stairs leading from the dining room and a window to the front, currently being utilized as two storage spaces, the cellar has two further side aspect windows and houses the washer/dryer and makes an ideal utility space.
Kitchen 13' 5'' x 9' 3'' (4.08m x 2.81m)
Entered from the exterior by a uPVC door the kitchen with tiled flooring, fitted wooden wall and floor units, an oil fired Rayburn range, built in sink and double glazed rear aspect window.
With tiled floor, side aspect double glazed windows, central heating radiator, bath with shower over, pedestal sink and low flush w/c.
Master Bedroom 11' 11'' x 11' 8'' (3.62m x 3.55m)
With wooden flooring, a double glazed bay window to the front aspect. A staircase provides access to the Attic.
Attic 23' 5'' x 8' 4'' (7.15m x 2.55m)
With Double glazed Velux windows, the attic space is useful for storage or could be utilized for home working or other such uses.
Bedroom Two 12' 6'' x 9' 9'' (3.80m x 2.97m)
A double bedroom with front aspect double glazed window, central heating radiator and built in storage.
Bedroom Three 13' 5'' x 9' 7'' (4.08m x 2.92m)
A double bedroom with a rear aspect double glazed window, central heating radiator and built in storage, housing water tank and immersion heater.
Office/Study 8' 11'' x 5' 1'' (2.71m x 1.55m)
Side aspect double glazed window, wooden flooring, central heating radiator and built in storage units. This room was formerly a bathroom with all services still in place and can easily be converted back to a bathroom.
To the front and side of the property is a lovely cottage garden with well stocked borders with herbaceous plants, shrubs and bushes surrounding the lawned areas, providing colour throughout the growing season. There is a raised decked area excellent for outside dining.
There is a driveway with parking for up to four cars, with dry stone walling to the front of the house and a path leading up to the house.
Garden sheds and Greenhouses
There is a stone and rendered garden shed to the front of the house and a further timber garden shed and greenhouse accessed from the driveway.
The land comprises a grass paddock with vehicle access from the driveway with dry stone walled boundaries suitable for mowing and grazing of all livestock. There is a further area at the top, with a number of fruit trees and vegetable plots.
A large timber framed dual pitched building separated internally, currently used for storage but suitable for small livestock, positioned at the top of the paddock.
There has been a planning application approved to create a two storey extension.
Planning application Number: NP/DDD/0720/0608
Planning Reference: PP-08859352
Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Bakewell, DE45 1AE.
Derbyshire Dales District Council, Town Hall, Bank Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NN.
Tenure and Possession
The property will be sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements:
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all other rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in these particulars.
The property has mains electricity, water and sewage. The heating is by way of an oil fired central heating system.
Council Tax Band
Strictly by appointment only, for viewings & further information contact: Bagshaws 01629 812777.