- Four Bedroom Stone Detached Cottage
- Set Over Four Floors
- Immaculately Presented Throughout
- Oak Latched Internal Doors
- Stunning Bespoke Kitchen With NEFF Appliances
- Three Reception Rooms - Two With Multi-Fuel Stoves
- Good Size Bedrooms
- Contemporary Bathroom and Shower Room
- EPC Rating D
**DESIRABLE LOCATION** **OFF ROAD PARKING** **SET IN THE HEART OF THE BEAUTIFUL VILLAGE OF HAYFIELD** **GREAT LOCAL AMENITIES** **CLOSE TO THE BUSTLING TOWN OF NEW MILLS WHICH HAS COMMUTER LINKS TO MANCHESTER AND SHEFFIELD** **EXCELLENT HIKING AND BIKING AREA** **ON THE EDGE OF THE PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK**
Dating back to between 1750-1800 this immaculately presented four bedroom home is set over four floors, has been sympathetically updated to a very high standard combining traditional and contemporary features, is beautifully decorated throughout and equipped with quality fixtures and fittings. Benefitting from spacious accommodation, underfloor heating in the kitchen, an oak staircase and balustrade and oak latched internal doors, this Vendor has thoughtfully designed a stunning living environment. Internally this beautiful property comprises briefly; entranceway with stairs to the first floor, a welcoming spacious reception room that could be used as a dining room, downstairs WC and a stunning bespoke kitchen with quality fixtures and fittings, there is a multi-fuel stove and space for a dining table and chairs or sofa. On the first floor landing are the stairs to the second floor, a sitting room currently used as an office and a light and airy living room with a multi-fuel stove and Juliet Balcony looking out over the garden. On the second floor landing are stairs to the third floor, three good size bedrooms and a modern family bathroom. From the third flooring landing is a good size bedroom with ample eaves storage and a contemporary shower room. Externally to the rear elevation is a gated enclosed pretty country style garden, whilst to the side is off road parking.
The picturesque village of Hayfield in the heart of the Peak District nestled at the base of Kinder Scout, the highest point in the national park, and birthplace of the Right to Roam movement brought about by the Mass Trespass of 1932 nearby. This charming village is a haven for walkers, cyclists, and nature lovers. The village has a Primary School, a corner shop/post office, other local shops, pubs, cafes, and restaurants. There are also easy transport links to the nearby larger towns of New Mills, Glossop, and Chapel-en-le-Frith where you will find excellent Rail links to Buxton, Manchester and Sheffield.