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Glenworth House, Broadway, ASHBOURNE, Derbyshire, DE6 3LJ

27th July 2022
starts 09:30 AM at Grand Connaught Rooms
last bid was £395,000, guide price *
£385,000

Tenure: Freehold

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The negotiator dealing with this Lot is Simon Gillibrand and he can be contacted on 01332 542 296 or by email: simon.gillibrand@bagshawsresidential.co.uk
Good sized detached bungalow with garage and gardens in Derbyshire Dales location
Offered with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms, kitchen

Description
Deceptively spacious detached bungalow sitting in extensive grounds on the edge of the Derbyshire Dales village of Kirk Ireton, which sits in a conservation area, and is situated close to the renowned Carsington Water with all its water and leisure facilities. Within the village can be found the historic Barley Mow Public House, Holy Trinity Church, community shop and C of E primary school. To the north of Kirk Ireton can be found the market town of Wirksworth with it range of shops and amenities, which in turn leads to Matlock and the Peak District National Park, to the west is the Market Town of Ashbourne with good range of shops, supermarkets and other businesses and to the south can be found Derby. This is a great sized bungalow in a great position. New boundary plans will be available to view in the legal pack.

Accommodation
Ground floor: Porch, spacious entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, bedroom one with en-suite, bedroom two master with ensuite bathroom /w.c. bedroom three, bathroom two/w.c. cloakroom/w.c.

External: Drive providing parking turning and access to garage, gardens to all sides of the property, store.

EPC: E 154 sqm

Council Tax Band: G

Tenure:
Freehold

To view:
Bagshaws Residential, Tel: 01332 542 296









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lot infomation last updated: 27th July 2022 at 04:19 PM

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