2 High Street, Repton, Derbyshire, DE65 6GD

  • £325,000 Guide Price
  • Semi-Detached Property
  • 3 bedrooms

Set in the heart of Repton is this characterful semi detached home, benefitting from generous proportioned and immaculately presented living accommodation, three spacious double bedrooms and a charming walled courtyard garden. Having been refurbished to an excellent standard throughout, this individual town house showcases quality finishes to the kitchen and bathroom, oak flooring to much of the living space, traditionally styled triple glazed windows to the front aspect and a traditional stone fireplace with wood burning stove to the sitting room.

The deceptively spacious interiors comprise briefly reception hall, two spacious reception rooms plus garden room, modern kitchen and cloakroom to the ground floor, with three double bedrooms to the first floor serviced by a modern family bathroom. Outside, a charming walled courtyard is accessed from bifold doors in the sitting room and from the main hallway, and there is ample on road parking available just steps from the property s front door. This individual period home offers an ideal base in this desirable village ideal for those looking for independent schooling, as well as having swift access to nearby commuter routes, rail travel and the idyllic Peak District National Park.

The cottage lies in the heart of Repton, a handsome Derbyshire village famed for its independent school of the same name. This desirable village is home to an excellent range of amenities including a post office, convenience store, a butchers, several pubs and a village hall, nestled within streets lined with stunning character townhouses and historic buildings. The stunning St Wystans Church lies prominently in the centre of the village and is believed to be one of the oldest places of worship in England, and the village is well known for its excellent schooling having both Sy Wystans Preparatory and Repton within a few steps of the property. Conveniently placed for travel along local commuter routes, the A38 is just three miles distance, the M42 is eight miles away and the M1 is fifteen miles away. There are excellent public transport links via both a regular bus service and from Willington Train Station (just over a mile away) having reliable links to various city centres including Birmingham and Derby. The village is an ideal base to enjoy surrounding leisure pursuits, with the Peak District National park being within an easy 30 minute drive.

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Known largely for its impressive public school. Repton is a thriving village situated in the Trent Valley between Derby and Burton on Trent. The school itself has lent beautiful ancient buildings and facilities to the village, contributing significantly to the distinctive architecture in Repton. It is open to both girls and boys, aged 13 to 18, and currently serves over 500 pupils. Other schools in the area include Repton Primary School, St Wystan's Independent Nursery and Primary School, Foremarke School and John Port School, Etwall, a secondary that most local village children attend.Among other focal points in the village are Repton Church with its 200-feet tall spire and the United Reformed Church on Pinfold Lane. Many other events... read more

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