3 bedroom house

£400,000

Castle Street, Bolsover, Chesterfield

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CHARACTER, CHARM AND LOCATION - This stunning Victorian Gothic THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMED Grade 2 Listed Detached Residence offers an exceptionally high standard of lovingly maintained accommodation extending to 1517 sq.ft, sympathetically refurbished to a high standard and offering superb views at the rear of Bolsover Castle, as it stands alongside the carriageway drive to the Castle's south west facing terrace

Planning permission was previously granted in 2008 for a side single storey extension

Gas Central Heating and Single Glazed Gothic-style Windows


The accommodation comprises: Entrance Hallway with access to Cellar, Lounge/Dining Room, Sitting Room, Re-Fitted Kitchen with Granite worktops and Range Master available by separate negotiation, Three Double Bedrooms and a Re-Fitted Bathroom with claw foot bath and separate shower cubicle

Outside: The property stands on a beautiful corner plot with surrounding gardens on three sides, and additional views over the Doe Lea Valley, and incorporates an ornamental pond, patio/seating areas, mature trees, shrubs and flowerbeds, lawn and an area currently used for a marquee with decking steps, and superb views of the Castle beyond the rear fence.

A wrought iron gate leads onto the gravelled driveway with extensive parking for several cars and a further wrought iron gate leads through the garden to the front door

General

Grade 2 Listed Victorian Gothic Detached Residence in Conservation Area (EPC exempt)
Gas central heating (combi boiler) and single glazed Gothic style windows
Gross internal floor area 140.9 sq.m/1517 sq.ft
Council tax band - D
Secondary school catchment area – The Bolsover School

The property stands alongside the carriageway drive to the Castle's south west facing terrace, and is believed to date from the 1840's when John Hamilton Gray, the vicar of Bolsover used the Little Castle as the vicarage and built St. Mary's House for the schoolmaster of the adjoining school. Later additions were made by the Duke of Portland to enhance his approach to the Castle, and for many years it was known as "The Master's House".

N.B. Planning permission was previously granted in 2008 for a single storey side extension comprising a Dining Room, Sitting Room, Shower Room and General Utility Area

On The Ground Floor

Entrance Hallway

Featuring a restored Oak staircase and balustrade, and having access to the CELLAR, which has original stone steps leading down to a full head height storage area in two sections (one area with a barrel vaulted ceiling) with light and power

Lounge/Dining Room 7.04m x 3.58m (23'1 x 11'9)

A charming reception room with an outlook on three sides of the property, with a recessed fitted gas fire on a quarry tiled hearth, plus decorative coving, a ceiling rose and a small alcove display shelf on the side exterior wall

Sitting Room 3.58m x 3.58m (11'9 x 11'9)

The former Dining Room, this cosy room beautifully enhances the living accommodation, and also has decorative coving and a ceiling rose, plus a gas stove within the chimney recess, on a quarry tiled hearth with Oak mantle over

Re-Fitted Kitchen 4.04m x 2.95m (13'3 x 9'8)

Fitted with a range of Cream coloured Oak fronted wall, drawer and base units with complementary tiling and Granite work surfaces over, including an inset
1 1/2 bowl sink with mixer tap and concealed lighting below the wall cupboards
A Range Master 5 ring gas cooker with extractor over is available by separate negotiation, and there is additionally space with plumbing for both an automatic washing machine and dishwasher, plus space for a fridge
Wall-mounted gas combi boiler
Tiled floor and access door onto the side garden

On The First Floor

Landing

A dual aspect area ideally suited for seating/study purposes, with views of the Castle from the rear window
Restored Oak banister rail and decorative coving

Bedroom One 4.37m x 3.53m (14'4 x 11'7)

A front facing double room with decorative coving to the ceiling

Bedroom Two 3.71m x 3.58m (12'2 x 11'9)

A further front facing double room, with fitted wardrobes and decorative coving to the ceiling

Bedroom Three 3.53m x 2.97m (11'7 x 9'9)

A rear facing double room taking advantage of the superb views over the Castle, and with fitted wardrobes, plus access, via a retractable ladder, to the fully boarded loft space with light and power

Re-Fitted and Part Tiled Bathroom 3.53m x 2.39m (11'7 x 7'10)

Situated to the rear of the property, and containing a four piece White suite comprising of a free-standing claw foot bath with shower from the taps, separate large shower cubicle with mixer shower, wash hand basin and a low flush WC
Further access to the loft space

Outside

The property stands on a beautiful corner plot with surrounding gardens on three sides, and additional views over the Doe Lea Valley, and incorporates an ornamental pond, patio/seating areas, mature trees, shrubs and flowerbeds, lawn and an area currently used for a marquee with decking steps, and superb views of the Castle beyond the rear fence.

A wrought iron gate leads onto the gravelled driveway with extensive parking for several cars and a further wrought iron gate leads through the garden to the front door