A well presented stone built characterful cottage-style property with a date stone of 1880, ideally located close to the centre of the popular village of Brassington. This property has accommodation set over three floors offering: four bedrooms, two bathrooms, spacious open plan living dining kitchen, ground floor cloakroom and utility room.
Brassington is an attractive village of quaint stone-built character properties set amidst fabulous open countryside, on the edge of the Peak District National Park, close to Carsington water. Conveniently situated for the towns of Ashbourne (6 miles) and Wirksworth (5 miles) the village has two pubs, a primary school and Church. The cities of Derby and Nottingham are within commuting distance.
*Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price which is generally no more than 10% in excess of the starting bid, both the starting bid and reserve price can be subject to change. Terms and conditions apply to the Modern Method of Auction, which is powered by IAM Sold.
This property is for sale by the Modern Method of Auction which is not to be confused with traditional auction. The Modern Method of Auction is a flexible buyer friendly method of purchase. We do not require the buyer to exchange contracts immediately; however, from the date the draft contract for sale is received by the Buyer's solicitor, the buyer has 56 DAYS in which to complete the transaction; whilst using every endeavour to exchange contracts within the first 28 days. Allowing the additional time to exchange contracts means interested parties can proceed with traditional residential finance. Upon close of a successful auction, or if the vendor accepts an offer during the auction, the buyer will be required to make payment of:
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Entering the property via a broad panelled uPVC entrance door, which opens to: OPEN PLAN LIVING DINING KITCHEN 29'3" X 17'1" (8.92m x 5.20m) Having front aspect uPVC double glazed picture windows, exposed beams to the ceiling and light oak laminate flooring. The kitchen area of the room has a range of units in an oak finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a composite worksurface, which returns to form a peninsular room divide and breakfast bar. There are wall-mounted storage cupboards and glass-fronted display cabinets with under-cabinet lighting. Set within the worksurface is a one-and-a-half bowl sink with mixer tap. Fitted within the kitchen is a Hotpoint electric cooker with 4-ring ceramic hob, double oven and grill. Integral appliances include fridge, freezer and a slimline dishwasher. The sitting area of the room has a feature fire opening with a heavy exposed stone lintel and raised hearth, housing a multifuel stove. There are central heating radiators with thermostatic valves and a television aerial point. A batten door opens to: GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 11'7" X 5'5" (3.53m x 1.65m) Having a barrel vault ceiling, ceramic tiled floor and suite with dual flush close couple WC and pedestal wash hand basin. From the living dining kitchen, a quarter-turn staircase rises to: FIRST FLOOR LANDING 20'10" X 2'11" & 10'1" X 6'10" (6.35m x 0.89m & 3.07m x 2.08m) An L-shaped landing, having a side aspect uPVC double glazed window with views over the village. A batten door with thumb latch opens to: UTILITY ROOM 13'5" X 6'0" (4.09m x 1.83m) Having rear aspect uPVC double glazed windows and a panelled entrance door opening onto the rear of the property. The room is fitted with a range of units with cupboards and drawers beneath a granite-effect worksurface with an inset one-and-a-half bowl sink. There are wall-mounted storage cupboards and beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine. A batten door opens to a cupboard/boiler room From the landing, panelled doors open to: BEDROOM ONE 14'6" X 10'9" (4.42m x 3.28m) average measurements Having front aspect uPVC double glazed windows with views over the surrounding properties to the open countryside beyond. The room has exposed beams to the ceiling, a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a television aerial point. A batten door opens to a built-in storage cupboard. BEDROOM TWO 13'5" X 5'6" & 12'1" X 8'2" (4.09m x 1.65m & 3.68m x 2.49m) An L-shaped room with front aspect uPVC double glazed windows, having similar views to bedroom one. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a television aerial point. FAMILY BATHROOM 6'2" x 5'8" (1.88m x 1.73m) A partially tiled room with P-shaped shower bath with mixer shower over, pedestal wash hand basin with illuminated mirror and dual flush close couple WC. The room has a chrome-finish ladder-style towel radiator and an extractor fan. A three-quarter turn staircase with a useful under-stairs storage cupboard rises to: SECOND FLOOR LANDING 6'1" X 5'3" (1.85m x 1.60m) Where panelled doors open to: BEDROOM THREE 8'10" X 9'8" (2.69m x 2.95m) Having front aspect uPVC double glazed dormer windows enjoying superb far-reaching views over the surrounding properties to the open fields that surround the village. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a television aerial point. BEDROOM FOUR 12'8" X 10'1" (3.86m x 3.07m) average measurements Again, with front aspect double glazed dormer windows enjoying the pleasant far-reaching views afforded by the property. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a television aerial point. SHOWER ROOM 7'1" X 5'5" (2.16m x 1.65m) measured into the shower cubicle With a ceramic tiled floor, dual flush close couple WC and pedestal wash hand basin. There is a tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower, ladder-style towel radiator and extractor fan. OUTSIDE To the rear of the property is a small courtyard.
This property is sold subject to payment of a non-refundable reservation fee of 4.2% to a minimum of £6,000.00 including VAT.
Any successful purchaser will pay this to secure the sale. The reservation fee is in addition to the purchase price. Please take this into account when bidding.
A reservation fee is payable by the buyer only when the seller pays no fees to sell. As sellers pay no fees to sell, this is usually taken into account with a lower reserve price.
This property is being sold under the Modern Method of Auction, which requires the completion of the purchase to be within 56 days, although all reasonable endeavours must be made to exchange contracts within 28 days following the Draft Contract being received by the Buyer's Solicitor.
A non-refundable Reservation fee must be paid by the buyer within 2 hours following the conclusion of the auction or acceptance of an offer. This must be paid by cleared funds to the auctioneer who will issue an acknowledgement of reservation and purchase agreement In the 28 day period following the auction or the date of acceptance of the offer.
If the Buyer Information Pack Pack has been produced and provided by IAM Sold any successful purchaser will be required to pay £220.00 (including VAT) towards the cost of the preparation of the pack. These can then be used by your solicitor to progress the sale.
There are no other fees or charges payable to the Auctioneer however, there are other costs to consider such as:
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