An individual detached character cottage set within the popular village of Rosliston, benefitting from no upward chain, extended and much improved interiors, four double bedrooms and mature south facing gardens. The cottage has been well maintained by the current vendors and benefits from a number of upgrades including a full rewire and a new boiler in 2011, a refitted bespoke Parapan kitchen, oak doors to the ground floor, landscaping to the front and rear gardens and redecoration to most rooms. To the ground floor are two spacious reception rooms, a bespoke fitted kitchen, garden room, utility and cloakroom, with four double bedrooms to the first floor serviced by a master en suite and family bathroom. The outside space is formed by a single garage with parking to the fore, a driveway allowing for additional parking and landscaped gardens extending to the side and rear of the cottage. The cottage is serviced by double glazing and mains gas central heating.
Situated within the scenic county of Derbyshire, Rosliston is home to an array of amenities including a village Co-Op general store, a pub, a post office, medical centre and a church. The village lies within the National Forest and is surrounded by open fields and farmland providing many countryside walks. The Rosliston C of E Primary school is located in the village and is within catchment for either John Taylor High School or William Allitt Comprehensive. The village is well placed for travel along the A38 and A444 and the nearest train station lies in Burton on Trent. A regular public bus route runs through the village and the location provides convenient travel to both East Midlands and Birmingham International airports.