A warm and cosy property set in the heart of the Buxton with everything you need a short walk away and located in a stunning region to explore.
Immerse yourselves in the delights of the Peak District National Park with a break in this beautiful, spacious property with your family or friends. Located on a quiet side street close to Buxton’s town centre, you have independent shops and eateries within a few hundred metres, whilst also occupying a central location from which to explore the national park. A thermal spa town, bursting with Georgian and Victorian architecture and home to Buxton spring water, Buxton is popular with tourists. As well as ample opportunities for outdoor adventures and activities, Buxton is known for its culture, with festivals throughout the year and its own Opera House.
With its instant curb appeal, this semi-detached home will have you hooked before you’ve even stepped inside. Bright and airy throughout with light tones and modern furniture, you’ll soon feel at home. The ground floor offers a comfortable lounge with a bay window and electric fireplace, a well-equipped kitchen/diner and a convenient utility room for muddy gear. Heading up to the first floor, you’ll find three well-presented bedrooms (one king-size, one double and a single) with one en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. Back downstairs, head out of the kitchen/diner to the delightful patio area, which is ideal for al fresco dining.
Known for its spectacular landscapes, the Peak District has ample opportunities for outdoor pursuits, with walking, cycling, canoeing and caving on offer nearby. From this property, guests can walk popular routes such as the Dark Peak’s Mam Tor (10 miles) and Kinder Scout (13.5 miles) or the Limestone Way which traverses the White Peak to the south. More daring guests may want to explore the many show caves near Castleton (10.5 miles) or for something more sedate, why not amble around historic towns Bakewell (14 miles) or Chapel-en-le-Frith (6.5 miles).