Derbyshire Properties are pleased to present this light & bright, three bedroom semi-detached property in the sought after village of Holloway. Standing at the heart of the village, which boasts a thriving community, highly respected primary school and easy access to the surrounding Derbyshire Dales countryside.
The Property has recently been lovingly redecorated throughout and has a newly fitted family bathroom. The property benefits from gas central heating and uPVC double glazing and briefly comprises: Entrance Hallway, Living Room, Kitchen/Diner, Pantry/Utility & WC to the ground floor, then Three Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom to the first floor. There are both front & rear gardens, with a delightful open countryside view to the rear of the garden.
A viewing of this home is highly recommended in order to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Ground Floor -
Living Room - 4.60m x 3.80m (15'1" x 12'5")
Kitchen-Diner - 4.60m x 2.90m (15'1" x 9'6")
First Floor -
Bedroom One - 3.50m x 3.20m (11'5" x 10'5")
Bedroom Two - 3.40m x 2.70m (11'1" x 8'10")
Bedroom Three - 2.50m x 2.70m (8'2" x 8'10")
This property benefits both front and rear gardens. The front garden is laid to lawn with a timber fence to the front and side aspects.
To the rear is a fully enclosed, mostly laid to lawn, spacious garden. At the end of the garden there's a metal framed shed and views backing onto open fields.
The village of Holloway has a thriving village community with a noted village school, post office / village store, renowned butcher and doctors surgery. There is a Village Hall within the village and the Jug & Glass Public House. Historical Note - Lea Hurst, Holloway is an early Victorian house, standing amidst the lovely scenery of North Derbyshire, most famous as the childhood home of Florence Nightingale. Although she was named after the city of her birth, Florence spent much of her childhood in the Derbyshire mansion and it was used by the Nightingales as their summer residence.
The nearby village of Crich has a good range of local amenities including post office, village store, doctors' surgery, hairdressers, village inn and primary school. The location is highly convenient for other surrounding centres including Belper (six miles to the south), Matlock (eight miles to the north), Nottingham (sixteen miles to the east, Derby (twelve miles to the south) and Junction 28 of the M1 Motorway (thirteen miles) which provides fast access to other nearby regional centres and the main motorway network.