A spacious property nestled in 20 acres of gorgeous countryside. A quiet rural idyll with nearby riverside walks and stunning views of rolling fields and woodland. Just a short walk into the nearby village of Eyam.
Situated at the end of a quiet lane being one of three cottages at this location close to the Riley Graves where the Hancock family are buried victims of the 1665 plague. The house and cottages are set in 20 acres of quiet rural grounds with a mixture of pasture and woodland.
A short walk will take you into the village of Eyam with good village amenities. There are some stunning views of Froggatt Curbar and Baslow Edges and the surrounding countryside from the property with distant views of Chatsworth House. The hillside location gives easy access to local footpaths that lead to riverside walks along the Derwent valley up to the Edges or into nearby Middleton Dale and beyond.
Fabrics furnishings and finishes have been carefully coordinated for each cottage. Clara PK744 Clarice and PK745 Clementine cottages are at the same location. This roomy cottage is finished in a country style with entry into the open plan kitchen dining and lounge area and it has limestone flagged floors with gas central heating. In addition there is a woodburner inset in a beautiful Derbyshire stone fireplace. The lounge window takes in the views of the nearby Froggatt Curbar and Baslow Edges and there are double glazed doors that open onto the private patio sitting area. Also on the ground floor is a bedroom with a double bed and a separate shower room with shower cubicle hand basin and toilet. The stairs lead to the spacious first floor bedroom that has a sloping ceiling which adds to the charm and there is a super king size bed which can be made up as twin beds if required. There is also an en suite bathroom with a rolled top bath separate shower cubicle hand basin and toilet. This room also enjoys the views across the surrounding countryside.