House For SaleStrawberry Cottage, Strawberry Cottage, Collycroft Hill, Clifton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Guide price £210,000 Sold
A lovely rural mid-terrace cottage, close to the market town of Ashbourne with countryside views
- Strawberry Cottage sits in a delightful elevated rural position with stunning far reaching views
- Within easy reach of the Peak District National Park, wonderful for outdoor leisure pursuits
- Entrance porch
- Sitting room
- Master bedroom and 1 further bedroom
- Family bathroom
- Gardens to the rear
- An attached 3 bedroom property available by separate negotiation
Strawberry Cottage sits in a delightful elevated rural position to the south of the sought-after village of Clifton. The village offers a popular pub, primary school, church and cricket club. The popular market town of Ashbourne is just over 1 mile away and is considered to be one of Derbyshire's finest market towns combining an excellent selection of high quality, independent shops and general facilities coupled with splendid architecture.
Strawberry Cottage is within easy reach of the Peak District National Park and the whole area presents wonderful opportunities for outdoor leisure pursuits. There are hundreds of miles of footpaths, bridleways and cycle routes and Carsington Water has a well-regarded sailing club. The area is well known for its historic estates and stately homes including Chatsworth, Tissington Hall, Sudbury Hall, Hardwick Hall and Kedleston Hall.
There are excellent communication links via the A515, A52(T) and A50(T) which are a short drive and provide fast connections to numerous regional centres including Birmingham, Nottingham, Derby and Leicester. East Midlands Airport, Birmingham International Airport and mainline rail services from Derby are also within easy reach. There are a number of well renowned schools locally including Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Abbottsholme School, Repton School, Abbots Bromley, Foremarke Hall, Denstone College and Derby Grammar school.
Strawberry Cottage is a charming mid-terrace period cottage with fantastic far reaching countryside views. It is believed to have originally been constructed in 1850. There are many charming cottage features including brace and latch doors.
The garden is beautifully maintained, with hedged borders, gravelled area and wooden trellis with a raised shrubberry and planted border to the rear. There is a charming traditional red brick outhouse. Parking is in front of the property on the adjoining lane.
The front door leads into the lovely characterful sitting room which has a log burner with a brick surround and timber beam. The lovely breakfast kitchen has a range of base and mounted wall units incorporating appliances including a fridge, a Logic oven with extractor, a Hotpoint washing machine and a stainless steel sink unit. The floor is fully tiled. There is a single chamber cellar beneath the kitchen.
The first floor accommodation includes a master bedroom with countryside views, one further bedroom and family bathroom.