Offered with no upward chain is this traditional semi detached home set on the outskirts of the scenic Peak District, benefitting from spacious interiors, three bedrooms and south facing gardens. Enjoying an enviable position within walking distance of the town centre of Ashbourne, this traditional home retains many original features including leaded windows, stripped pine doors and a feature staircase and comprises briefly recessed porch, reception hall, dining room, extended lounge with open fire, kitchen and lean-to to the ground floor, with three bedrooms (two generous doubles) and a family bathroom to the first floor. To the front, there is parking for around three vehicles and immaculately tended south facing gardens extend to the rear, enjoying an open aspect over countryside beyond. The property is serviced by mains gas central heating which is assisted by a solar powered hot water system.
Set on the outskirts of the pretty market town of Ashbourne, the property lies within a desirable area affectionately named the gateway to the Peak District due to its close proximity to Dovedale and the renowned Peak District National Park. Just a short walk away in the town centre are a range of amenities including boutique shops, pubs, restaurants, convenience stores and the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, with further supermarkets and the Ashbourne Golf Club just a few minutes drive away. The town is well placed for travel on the A515, A52 and A50 and the commercial centres of Derby and Uttoxeter are within easy reach by either car or a public bus service running through the village, both offering further facilities and rail stations. The superb proximity to the Peak District is perfect for any lover of the outdoors, with notable sights reachable in a short drive including Dovedale, Carsington Water, Buxton Country Park and Pooles Cavern.
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