- Unique Semi-Detached Period Property
- Circa 1600-1800's
- Two Reception Rooms
- Shaker Style Kitchen
- Bathroom With Roll Top Bath
- Separate Shower Room
- Garage With Light and Power
- EPC TBC
- Gas Central Heating
**FREEHOLD** **SET WITHIN A CONSERVATION AREA** **POPULAR LOCATION** **OFF ROAD PARKING FOR THREE VEHICLES** **LOVELY GARDENS** **FANTASTIC OPEN COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS** **ON THE EDGE OF THE PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK**
Located on Town Lane the property is set within a Conservation Area, is near to the village centre with a lovely local pub, primary school and access to open countryside and some stunning walks over local moorland. There are good road links connecting the surrounding towns and giving great access to Glossop Town Centre with its busy High Street, having a wide range of retail and leisure amenities. You can also find a regular rail service connecting you to Manchester Piccadilly.
This beautiful and unique period property has it's own history with part of the house dating back to the 1640's and part 1800's, and has been sympathetically updated whilst retaining original features. Internally comprises briefly; entrance porch, stunning living room with a stone feature wall, inglenook fireplace and wood burner for those cosy evening, dining room with stairs to the first floor, modern Shaker style kitchen with views across the countryside hills and beyond, and a hallway that leads to the family bathroom with a roll top bath. On the first floor is the landing, two light and airy double bedrooms, single bedroom and a shower room.
Externally to the front elevation is an enclosed forecourt with original dry stone walls. To the side elevation is a patio area with steps up to the lawned garden, established flower beds and trees, many of the garden feature walls have been rebuilt with original repurposed stone from the garden.