Derbyshire Properties are delighted to present this beautiful period detached residence located within a extremely sought-after village location. The property is the former police house for Crich named The Old Nick, and a few original features remain from its construction in 1901. The property is constructed from local stone, occupying a delightful plot offering uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. Internally the property offers a wealth of period features throughout and benefits from high ceilings and a rear extension that creates the most beautiful Open Plan modern living space giving direct access onto the garden. The property would ideally suit families looking for spacious living accommodation with a beautiful mix of old and new. We recommend an early internal inspection to avoid disappointment.
Side Reception Hall
Entered from side elevation via hardwood door, wall mounted radiator, original turning staircase to 1st floor landing with under stairs storage cupboard, period floor coverings, under floor heating and decorative coving to ceiling. Internal oak doors lead through to lounge and sitting room.
4.05m x 4.04m (13' 3" x 13' 3") Located to the front aspect and benefiting from two mock sash windows offering stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Wall mounted radiator, TV and telephone points, the feature focal point of the room is a cast-iron log burning fire located within the chimney recess with exposed brick surround and backdrop with raised hearth.
1.79m x 1.06m (5' 10" x 3' 6") With low-level WC and wall mounted vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, double glazed obscured window, and ceramic tiled floor covering.
4.45m x 4.16m (14' 7" x 13' 8") With two mock sash windows to the front elevation, wall mounted radiator, decorative coving to ceiling and internal oak door leading through to kitchen.
Extended Living Kitchen
2.69m x 8.92m (8' 10" x 29' 3") This beautiful rear extension constructed from stone and slate roof tiling creates a modern family living space that is light and airy. Benefitting from a pitched roof with high ceilings and mainly comprising of a range of wall and base mounted matching units incorporating 'Belfast' sink, Contrasting work surfaces in solid wood and granite, double electric fan assisted oven, gas hob with extractor hood over, integrated dishwasher and washing machine. Ceramic tiled floor covering with under floor heating, decorative wall lighting, 'Velux' skylight and double glazed windows with adjoining bifold doors giving direct access onto the garden.
Accessed via the side reception hall via original staircase with double glazed mock sash window to the side elevation, decorative coving to ceiling and loft access point.
4.48m x 4.31m (14' 8" x 14' 2") With two double glazed mock sash windows to the front elevation benefiting from a elevated view over the surrounding countryside. Wall mounted radiator, decorative coving to ceiling and space for bedroom furniture.
4.17m x 4.07m (13' 8" x 13' 4") With two double glazed windows to the front elevation enjoying views of the surrounding countryside, wall mounted radiator, wall mounted original cast iron fireplace, decorative coving and space for bedroom furniture.
4.12m x 3.36m (13' 6" x 11' 0") With double glazed mock sash window to the rear elevation, wall mounted radiator, decorative coving to ceiling. The feature focal point of the room is a wall mounted original cast iron feature fireplace with exposed hearth.
4.05m x 1.97m (13' 3" x 6' 6") This three-piece white suite contains low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with mains fed shower and attachment over. Wood floor covering, wall mounted radiator, part tiling to walls, two double glazed windows to the side and rear elevations.
The property is located on a corner plot position and offers a gravelled driveway providing parking for 4-5 via a secure gated entry with feature stone pillars and wrought iron fencing. This leads to a detached garage with open over door, light and power with storage located in the roof space. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and is enclosed on all sides by 'Derbyshire dry stone walls', timber fence boundaries, mature planted screening.
A sweeping 'Indian Sandstone' patio terrace which is ideal for entertaining, links the original house with a rear kitchen extension. A retaining wall gives access to the raised lawn area which has stocked flowerbeds and borders and leads to a secondary curved patio area with mature screening.