* GUIDE PRICE £225,000 TO £230,000 *
A fabulous opportunity to acquire a piece of local history! This quirky detached residence is believed to date back to circa 1921 and was formerly an old print works. The unusual arrangement of rooms might appear slightly odd but offer a wealth of versatile internal accommodation. The property enjoys far reaching views across the village and beyond.
The home is situated in the semi rural village location of Pilsley where there is an array of local amenities along with countryside walks including the Five Pits Trail and there is easy commuter routes to Chesterfield, Alfreton and the M1 Motorway.
The property does benefit from having gas central heating, double glazing and off road parking. We are advised that the local authority tax band is B and the EPC rating is D.
Entering the property into the hub of the home accessed from a double glazed door to the side, there is a shaker style farmhouse kitchen appointed with wall, base and drawer units, there is an oven, hob and extractor, some integrated appliances, a window to the front, an exposed brick wall and tiled floor. There is a radiator, ceiling light and useful storage cupboard off.
Ground Floor Bedroom
This spacious double bedroom has a radiator, ceiling light, window to the side and there is access to the;
Appointed with a WC and a hand wash basin, there is also space to install a shower cubicle if taking some space off the storage cupboard. There is also a radiator and a window to the side.
First Floor Living Room
Stairs lead up from the kitchen area to this open Living Room that has a light and airy feel benefitting from a window and patio doors looking out to the front and enjoying far reaching views across the village and beyond. The patio doors open onto a small balcony area. There is a laminate floor covering, a radiator and ceiling light.
There is a window to the side, a radiator and a ceiling light.
This well presented bathroom is appointed with a P shaped bath having a shower over, there is a WC and a hand wash basin. There are tiles to most wall areas, a tiled floor, chrome heated towel rail, window to the rear and ceiling lights.
There is not much outside space making this a convenient bolt hold in the country or simply ideal for someone who does not enjoy maintaining outside space. There is parking space to the front and gated side access to a small rear triangular seating area.