Dating back to the 18th century the property is located in the pretty village of Youlgreave, within 400 yards of various amenities. From here you'll be close to Bradford Dale, the Limestone Way walk and the town of Buxton.
This delightful detached stone cottage parts of which date back to the 18th century is located in the middle of the popular village of Youlgreave in the heart of the Peak District National Park. There are many excellent walks originating from the doorstep with walks in the nearby Bradford Dale and the Limestone Way walk along with the well known market town of Bakewell being a short drive.
You enter the cottage into the spacious dining/kitchen that has all the essentials you will need for your stay. To the right is the lounge that has a beamed ceiling and a welcoming electric coal effect stove inset into a gritstone fireplace. In the lounge a spiral staircase (care needs to be taken) which leads to a mezzanine floor there is a low vaulted beamed ceiling a futon and views into the village. The bedroom on the ground floor has a king size bed. Off the kitchen is the spacious bathroom that has a bath separate shower cubicle hand basin and toilet.
There is a garden sitting out area that is accessed from the drive and a door from the lounge leads to a further very private sitting out area which enjoys the sun for most of the day.