Bankside, New Lumford, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1GH
Offers In Region Of £335,000
A four bedroom Victorian semi-detached family home beautifully positioned overlooking the River
Wye in the picturesque town of Bakewell. The property has a wealth of original Victorian features
and benefits from a south facing garden, generous frontage and double garage.
A four bedroom Victorian semi-detached family home with double
garage, south facing gardens and stunning river view
Entrance hall with original tiling
Bay windowed sitting room
Dining hall with sliding doors onto the garden
Many attractive features including original coving, flooring and
stained and leaded windows
EPC rating E
Bankside lies at the end of New Lumford (approached from
Holme Lane) on a small section of private road facing due south
over the River Wye. The picturesque market town of Bakewell
has comprehensive facilities including excellent local shops,
schools for all age groups including the renowned Lady Manners,
and regular bus services to Sheffield, Chesterfield and Matlock.
The River Wye meanders through the centre of town which has
historic buildings, bridges and a beautiful town water meadow.
Bakewell, which is renowned for its Monday market and annual
August show, is approximately fifteen miles by car to the south
west of Sheffield city centre. In addition to the foregoing facilities
the town also features a nine hole golf course, several
restaurants, public houses and hostelries. Bakewell is located in
the heart of the picturesque countryside of the Peak District with
local areas of interest including Chatsworth House, the Monsal
Trail and Haddon Hall, all located within three miles of Bankside.
A Victorian four bedroom semi-detached family home enviably
located in an elevated position overlooking the River Wye with a
beautiful view of Bakewell's old packhorse bridge. The property
requires cosmetic updating in parts, however, offers a wealth of
potential for a stunning family home with many original features
including stained and leaded windows, tiling and coving. Briefly,
the ground floor comprises of entrance hall, bay windowed sitting
room, dining hall with sliding doors onto garden, breakfast
kitchen, downstairs WC and utility room. On the first floor, there
are four bedrooms, three of which are double, a family bathroom
and access to the attic with further potential subject to planning.
Outside, the attractive frontage has been landscaped and offers
extensive parking and access to the double garage. The side
garden is partly laid to lawn and also features a raised terrace,
summer house and stone built shed. An internal viewing is highly
recommended to appreciate the wonderful potential and beautiful
setting of this Period family home.
A panelled door with stained and leaded window light opens to
entrance hall with insert door mat and original tiling. At the end of
the hall, stairs rise at right angles to the hall and there are doors
to all principal ground floor accommodation. A well appointed bay
windowed sitting room offers delightful views of the River Wye
and Bakewell's historic packhorse bridge. There is an open
fireplace, coving to the ceiling and an original ceiling rose. An
arched opening leads to the spacious dining hall with sliding
doors opening to the garden and a convenient downstairs wc.
The breakfast kitchen is located at the heart of the house a with
quarry tiles to the floor and an excellent range of solid wood wall
and base units. A stainless steel sink and drainer is set beneath
a rear facing window with pleasant woodland view and a chimney
recess provides an ideal space for a range or Aga. Towards the
rear of the house an inner hall provides access to the rear garden
and a well equipped utility room with additional workspace.
From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor landing with
doors to all the rooms and glazed access point to the loft space.
Bedroom one and two are front facing double bedrooms with a
pleasant river view and stained and leaded windows. Bedroom
three and four are rear facing bedrooms with a pleasant aspect of
an adjoining bank of woodland. The family bathroom completes
the first floor and comprises of a panelled bath with a shower
attachment, low flush WC and wall mounted wash basin.
To the front of the property is an extensive landscaped frontage
with slate and limestone chippings. Steps lead up to a raised
patio terrace with a lovely outlook over the River Wye and
Bakewell's historic packhorse bridge. The remainder of the
frontage of the property has parking for two to three vehicles and
access to the double garage with rear courtesy door. The rear
garden extends out from the side and features a gently sloping
lawn with well stocked borders and high hedging for privacy. A
raised terrace at the centre of the garden offers a pleasant view of
the River Wye and a bank of woodland opposite. Steps lead up to
a glazed summer house in need of repair, however, offering
superb potential. At the back of the property is a further hard
surface area with stone built shed. The south facing orientation of
the front and side garden provides sun virtually all day long.
These particulars have been prepared by the agent, and
subsequently approved by the seller. Please note no survey has
been carried out and no appliances have been tested. It is
recommended that any prospective buyer carries out their own
checks prior to completion.
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment through ELR Bakewell office.
OFFER PROCEDURE: Should you wish to make an offer, please
contact our ELR Bakewell Office. We have an obligation to our
vendor clients to ensure that offers made for the property can be
substantiated. One of our financial services consultants will speak
with you to "qualify" your offer.
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Matlock Street--Bakewell-Derbyshire-DE45 1HD