Energy Efficiency Rating
Current
Potential
(92-100) a
(81-91) b
(69-80) c
(55-68) d
(39-54) e
(21-38) f
(1-20) g
52
69
Environmental Impact Rating
Current
Potential
(92-100) a
(81-91) b
(69-80) c
(55-68) d
(39-54) e
(21-38) f
(1-20) g
46
63

Ludgate House, 29-31 Ludgate Street, Tutbury, Staffordshire, DE13 9NG

  • £285,000 Guide Price
  • Character Property
  • 3 bedrooms

An INDIVIDUAL DOUBLE FRONTED CHARACTER PROPERTY set in the sought after village of Tutbury, benefitting from two reception rooms, three good sized bedrooms, two bathrooms and the superb addition of a rooftop terrace overlooking Tutbury Castle. Presenting a most impressive appearance, Ludgate House offers superb accommodation set over three floors complemented by traditional 1920s features including original doors and character windows.

The interiors comprise briefly reception hall, two reception rooms, modern dining kitchen, utility and cloakroom, with three bedrooms serviced by both a bathroom and shower room. Recent upgrades include traditional fireplaces to both sitting rooms (one fitted with a wood burning stove), recently replaced carpets to the staircases and landings and a picket fence enclosing the foregarden. Outside, a private walled rear garden enjoys plenty of sunlight throughout the day and Ludgate House is set back from the street beyond a low maintenance courtyard garden. A superb feature of this individual home is a stunning roof terrace, enjoying views over the character village and towards the historic Tutbury Castle and village Church.

Please Note: It is our legal obligation to advise potential purchasers that the vendor of the property is an employee of Parker Hall

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Tutbury

Tutbury

Tutbury's skyline is dominated by the imposing ruin of its medieval castle, situated on a hill overlooking the pretty village. Apart from the 12th century chapel, the ruins date from the 14th and 15th centuries when the castle was rebuilt. It is most famous for being the site where Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned in the 16th century.One of the largest villages in the area with some 3,000 inhabitants, Tutbury unsurprisingly offers good shopping, excellent pubs and other useful amenities including a GP surgery and the Tutbury and Hatton railway station on the Crewe to Derby line. The Dog & Partridge offers an upscale bar with dining and four other traditional country pubs are dotted about the village alongside one of the newest... read more

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