Spacious townhouse spread over four floors. The property has four en-suite bedrooms, a reception and separate dining room, an extended and refitted kitchen and an extra basement sitting room.
Situated in a Conservation area the property retains many of its original features, having once been a Victorian school.
The house is an imposing end of terrace townhouse that enjoys an elevated position over the front with stepped, split level gardens and views over the town and Derbyshire countryside. There is ground floor level access to the rear of the property with private off-road parking for two cars leading to a small enclosed south facing courtyard with backdoor entrance direct to the kitchen.
From the front entrance there is a stained glass porch and hallway which leads to the light and airy front living room. To the back of the hall is the dining room which leads to the kitchen and a separate door to the basement which houses a utility area complete with washing machine and dryer. The basement has a side entrance opening to a quiet pedestrian pathway, a shower room and an additional sitting room.
The bedrooms are split over the first and second floors with all four being good sized with en-suite bathrooms. A separate WC is located on the first floor landing.
The property has a well stocked, country style kitchen with wooden work surfaces set on a York stone floor with underfloor heating. It includes a breakfast bar, range cooker, integrated dishwasher, toaster, kettle, coffee machine and ample storage.
The adjoining dining room has its original black and red floor tiles with a farmhouse dining table. There is seating for up to eight.
The house is well insulated with modern central heating and the front living room has a wood burning stove, satellite and internet enabled TV along with a Sonos connected mini hifi player making this a comfortable room for evening relaxing. Broadband Wi-Fi is provided.
Three bedrooms are configured with king sized double beds and one bedroom has two single beds.
The house has a small sunny south facing rear court yard and is conveniently located only a short walk from Buxton town centre where amenities include the stunning Pavilion Gardens and the renowned Buxton Opera House, plus a variety of shopping in the Spring Gardens, Cavendish Arcade and Market Place in Upper Buxton. Buxton Train Station is only a 10 to 15 minute walk along the pedestrianised Broad walk in the Pavilion Gardens. From there you can catch an hourly service to Manchester Piccadilly Station. The local bus service goes from the Market Place to explore surrounding towns and attractions including Ashbourne, Bakewell and Chatsworth.
A Sainsbury's Local is located in the Market Place, only a 2 to 3 minute walk away. Waitrose and M&S are in the Spring Gardens shopping centre and there is a large Morrisons supermarket only 10 to 15 minutes walk along the West Road. In the market place is a great local butcher.
You can choose from plenty of local restaurants, pubs and takeaways all within walking distance. Buxton Opera House is at the other end of the Pavilion Gardens alongside the Buxton Leisure centre, which has a swimming pool and gym. There is a spa at the stunning Devonshire dome and soon to be one at the magnificent Crescent Hotel which is being renovated. There are numerous cashpoints at the various banks and nearby at the Post office and Sainsbury’s Local. Theatre and film goers are spoilt for choice at the Art's Centre and historic Opera House.