- Requiring Modernisation
- Potential to Extend (STPP)
- Living Room with Open Fire
- Good Sized Gardens
- Driveway & Detached Garage
- Pleasant Outlook
- No Upward Chain
- Energy Rating: F
This two/three bedroom detached dormer bungalow requires some modernisation but does have potential to extend, subject to the relevant planning permission. The property is offered with no chain and sits in a lovely setting just outside the highly sought-after village of Snelston overlooking farmland.
Snelston is an attractive small estate village located 3 miles southwest of Ashbourne, built around the Gothic style Hall of which little remains apart from the former stable block and parkland. The cottages are an intriguing mix of styles, some half-timbered or of brick, making a very picturesque scene.
The entrance door opens into the reception hall with stairs off to the first floor and doors off to the accommodation.
To the left is the dining room/bedroom three and adjacent is the ground floor bathroom which has a bath with electric shower over and tiled surround, WC and wash hand basin.
To the rear is the living room with an open fire and stone hearth and the breakfast kitchen which has a range of base and wall mounted units with stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge freezer and the oil-fired central heating boiler.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms, both with built in wardrobes.
Outside to the front there is gated access to a hard-standing area for parking. There is also a large garage which has been divided to provide a storage area with partition wall. There are gardens with lawns and display borders surrounded by trees.
Boundary fence - The buyer will be responsible for maintaining the boundary fences in stock proof condition.
Right of way - There is a right of way over the first part of the drive leading to Mount Pleasant Farm and there will be a maintenance contribution of 15%.
Conservation area - Part of the boundary is within the Snelston conservation area.
Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Mains electricity is connected. There is private drainage and oil-fired central heating. Please note; the water is supplied from the Severn Trent Water main via private service pipes owned by the sellers over their retained land. The purchaser will be responsible for the cost of water as recorded on the meter in accordance to Severn Trent Water's standard metered charge. In addition, there will be an annual charge of £150 levied by the seller to cover administration and contribution towards the ongoing maintenance of the supply pipe. This is subject to annual increase in line with STW charges. (Purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.)
Our Ref: JGA/19022019
To arrange a viewing at this delightful cottage, contact John German Estate Agents in Ashbourne.
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