A truly stunning example of a period former school house circa 1879 having been superbly restored by the current owners to provide a substantial home of considerable charm and character coupled with all the trappings of modern living. This delightful property stands on a sizeable mature landscaped plot within the highly sought after village of Kirk Langley which is ideally located in the Ecclesbourne school catchment, between the City of Derby and the historic market town of Ashbourne. A full inspection will reveal a reception hall with feature original Minton tiled floor, two reception rooms, a well equipped breakfast kitchen with Rayburn range. On the first floor a landing leads to three bedrooms and luxury family bathroom. Early viewing is strongly recommended.
4.06m x 1.75m (13'4 x 5'9)
The focal point of the room being the original Minton tiled floor, feature timber and opaque glazed entrance door, radiator, UPVC double glazed window to side aspect, original ornamental arch, two double wall light points, BT connection point, understairs storage cupboard and staircase to first floor.
3.89m x 3.66m (12'9 x 12')
The focal point of the room being the feature period style fire surround with cast iron recessed open fire on a raised slate effect black tiled hearth, natural oak floor, radiator, television connection point and UPVC double glazed windows to side and front aspects (offering delightful views to the fore over open countryside).
4.09m x 3.68m (13'5 x 12'1)
Having natural oak floor, feature period style stone composite fire surround with recessed cast iron open fire with tiled back plate and raised slate effect black tiled hearth, radiator, ornate coving to ceiling, UPVC double glazed windows to side aspect, UPVC double glazed french doors giving views and access over the private mature landscaped rear garden and door leading to:-
5.54m x 2.84m (18'2 x 9'4)
Having been comprehensively refitted to provide a full range of farm house style Victorian pine base cupboards with inset Belfast sink set into a granite work top with matching splash back, separate butchers block effect natural oak working surface, the focal point of the room being the free standing Rayburn cast iron gas Aga having two hot plates, twin ovens and pan warmer set into an exposed brick recess with natural oak lintel, quarry tiled hearth, ceiling halogen down lighters, revealed beams to ceiling, UPVC double glazed window (with stain and leaded light glass panel) to side aspect, built in slim line dish washer, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, radiator, UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect and timber and multi paned stable style door to rear garden.
With spindle balustrade, two wall light points and UPVC double glazed window to side aspect.
3.96m x 3.89m (13' x 12'9)
Having natural oak floor, feature original cast iron fire, television connection point, radiator and two UPVC double glazed windows to front aspect (again offering spectacular views over open countryside).
3.76m x 2.84m (12'4 x 9'4)
Again having natural oak floor, feature original Victorian style cast iron fire surround, radiator, UPVC double glazed windows to side and rear aspect (again offering delightful views to the rear over open countryside).
3.73m x 1.63m (12'3 x 5'4)
Having natural oak floor, radiator, access to roof space (having pull down loft ladder, the loft being boarded, housing the newly installed wall mounted combination gas boiler providing domestic hot water and gas central heating and supplied with light) and UPVC double glazed windows to side aspect (again offering delightful views).
Having period style four piece suite comprising; low centre flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin and quadrant tiled shower cubicle with feature fixed head mains fed shower together with separate hand held shower attachment, chrome and glass shower cabinet and screen, the focal point of the bathroom being the free standing claw footed slipper bath, lime stone effect tiled floor, chrome heated towel rail, ceiling halogen down lighters and UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect (again offering delightful views over rolling countryside).
The Old School House is located at this highly aspirational Derbyshire village, within the renowned Ecclesbourne School catchment area and stands on an extensive mature landscaped plot. To the front is a brick boundary wall with wrought iron balustrading and matching gates which in turn leads to a sweeping tarmac driveway and fore court giving car standing space for approximately six cars. A sweeping lawned fore garden with deep shrubbed borders with wooden five bar gate with matching fence leads to the private rear garden, enclosed by brick walling and laid to a shaped lawn with Indian sand stone patio area, pathway, mature deep filled shrubs and trees, cold water tap, garden and security lighting.
The tarmac driveway in turn leads to the detached workshop/store (measuring internally 15'5 x 8'2), supplied with power and light. One of the main features of the garden is the separate brick built summer house (measuring internally 10'6 x 9'3), having laminate floor, two wall light points, cathedral style ceiling, twin multi paned french doors, double glazed window and supplied with power and light.