Set within a generous mature garden plot is Coton Park House, an elegant 1920s detached residence benefitting from extending and thoughtfully refurbished interiors, five bedrooms and further potential to create additional living space, a home office suite or annexe. Enjoying a peaceful setting on the edge of this Derbyshire village and open views, Coton Park House showcases a wealth of beautifully retained features including original flooring to the hallway, stained glass windows, plasterwork and ceiling roses and the original staircase and doors. The property has undergone a substantial renovation over the years to include a remodel and refit to the kitchen, an extension to add a garden room, refit to the bathrooms and a new central heating system to include ornate cast iron radiators.
The spacious interiors comprise briefly reception hall, drawing room, open plan dining kitchen, garden room, utility and shower room to the ground floor, with a further rear hallway leading to a former outbuilding ideal for conversion into additional accommodation, a home office/gym or an annexe. From the first floor galleried landing there are four superb double bedrooms plus a fifth bedroom/study serviced by a luxury family bathroom, and the property offers potential to convert the loft to create further a bedroom/bathroom (STPP). Outside, the garden plot extends to just shy of 0.6 acre and is accessed via a long private drive. There is parking for a number of vehicles as well as access into the detached double garage and a workshop, and a walled courtyard to one side gives access into the rear hall. Mature wrap around gardens extend to the front and sides, enjoying plenty of privacy and attractive rural views.
The property lies on the outskirts of Linton, a rural Derbyshire village home to amenities including a post office, two pubs and a fish and chip shop, all being within walking distance from Coton Park House. Linton Church of England Primary school lies within the village and feeds into William Allitt High School, and there are a range of independent schools also nearby including Derby High, Ashby School ad Repton. The popular Coton Park Nature Reserve lies on the outskirts of the village and Rosliston Foresty Centre is a 10 minute drive away providing various outdoor activities for all ages including cycling, fishing and woodland walks. There is a public bus route through the village which provides links to Swadlincote and Burton on Trent where there is a train station and further convenience and leisure amenities including a cinema, shopping centres and stores. The location is also ideally placed for commuter routes including the A38, A444 and A511.
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