Sovereign Way, Chapel en le Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 0RE

Sold Subject to Contract
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4 bedroom Detached House, Chapel en le Frith.


  • A Modern Four Bedroom Detached
  • Large Corner Plot
  • Beautifully Finished
  • Lincoln Design
  • EPC - B
  • Two Receptions
  • Large Breakfast Kitchen
  • Garage & Driveway
  • Master With En-Suite
Full Details


A CONTEMPORARY FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED home OCCUPYING A GENEROUS PLOT and PRESENTED to a HIGH STANDARD by the current owners. This FREEHOLD property has been built to the Lincoln design and offers well planned living accommodation for modern family life. The ground floor comprises; entrance reception hallway, downstairs WC, separate dining room, a well appointed lounge with patio doors leading to garden, stunning fitted open plan kitchen with peninsular unit and double glazed doors to the garden. To the first floor, there is an attractive landing area, master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes and family bathroom/WC. Outside there is a detached single garage, driveway and attractive walled garden with patio areas, lawns and flower beds.


Please note: Subjective comments in this description imply the opinion of the selling agent at the time the sales details were prepared and the opinions of purchasers may differ. All measurements are approximate. This description does not constitute part of any contract. No warranty is expressed. Check the Council Tax band here

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