Mr Wakefield, Yorkshire
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A substantial freehold stone built detached bungalow, built in 1950 and set in approximately one acre of grounds with spectacular views across the surrounding valley. This well proportioned property retains considerable character and has a loft conversion, further extensions to the rear, newly installed gas central heating and secondary double glazing. It is set amidst beautiful mature gardens, almost hidden from the road with generous driveway and double garage. High Wray sits on a westerly facing hillside with an extensive woodland garden which must be explored to be fully appreciated.
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Stable style Front Entrance Door with inset leaded glazed panel to
With quarry tiled floor, leaded windows, original oak Entrance Door having inset leaded glazed panel to
Well proportioned, having built-in floor-to-ceiling corner cupboard, radiator, glazed door to Dining Room, Staircase.
A good sized reception room, the main feature being a stone fire surround and hearth from Stoke Hall Quarry on which is an open fire, bay window enjoying a beautiful view across the valley, two further windows, three radiators, picture rail, sliding mirrored doors to French doors to Conservatory/Games Room.
With window enjoying the beautiful view, radiator.
Having built-in mirrored door wardrobes to one wall, window, radiator.
With a suite of bath having mixer tap and shower attachment, tiled shower cubicle with rear facing secondary double glazed translucent leaded window, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush w.c. Translucent leaded window, radiator, extractor, strip light, spotlights,
Having tiled fire surround with marble hearth on which is an open fire, built-in floor-to-ceiling alcove cupboards to both sides, leaded windows enjoying the beautiful views across the gardens and over the surrounding valley, radiator.
Fitted with a range of light oak fronted base and wall units incorporating 1.5 bowl sink and drainer having mixer tap in a work surface with tiled splashback, drawers, glazed display cabinets, shelving, built-in appliances comprising four ring ceramic/halogen hob with built-under oven, concealed extractor, space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Radiator, quarry tiled floor, windows to two elevations, window lending natural light to the Utility Room, central Pantry with shelving, quarry tiled floor.
A large utility room with breakfast area incorporating a good range of limed oak fronted base units, work surface having tiled splashback incorporating 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, Raeburn oil fired range oven, quarry tiled floor, space and plumbing for a washing machine, windows, stable style Rear Entrance Door, built-in cupboard.
With stable style Side Entrance Door, quarry tiled floor.
Furnished with a suite of low flush w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin having mirrored splashback. Translucent window, radiator, extractor.
Staircase with spindled banister to the first floor landing having Velux window incorporating a small sitting area, radiator.
With built-in desk and shelving.
Approached via a lobby with open fronted wardrobe to one side. The bedroom is a good sized double or twin room having Velux windows taking full benefit of the beautiful outlook over surrounding fields and hills to Eyam in the far distance, double radiator, reavealed random stonework to one wall and access to low level eaves storage, and
Furnished with a tiled shower cubicle, heated towel rail.
Another generously proportioned double or twin bedroom with Velux wndows having blinds and great views, gable window, original stonework to one wall, double radiator, built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water tank.
Furnished with a low flush w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Velux window, double radiator, strip light, shaver point.
High Wray occupies a prominent elevated position, almost hidden from the road, set amidst around one acre of mature grounds from which spectacular views can be enjoyed in around 180 degrees from the hills surrounding Stoney Middleton to Eyam and Grindleford. The house is approached via a driveway which leads to the DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE with pitched roof having sliding front doors, power and ATTACHED CONSERVATORY/GAMES ROOM having Rear Entrance Door. The driveway has lighting and leads to the front of the property where there are parking bays. The front garden is quite extensive, bordered by mature trees and shrubs, having large central shrubbery with Conifers, shaped bushes and other well established trees. Behind the Garage/Conservatory is a pretty secluded garden. From the driveway a paved pathway leads through the front garden to the Front Entrance Door having lighting. Front pathway to the side with further lighting and mature garden. To the right hand side is an ALUMINIUM GREENHOUSE. To the
This garden has a paved patio with lighting, steps to a wide lawn, further steps up to a woodland garden which includes a TIMBER CHALET having deck in front and having pathways leading beyond. Further small TIMBER CHALET with climbing wall. The pathways continue up through a beautiful woodland garden having trees, shrubs and plants too numerous to mention and with a variety of secluded sitting areas. Towards the top end of the garden is an area providing a tranquil sitting or picnic spot from which the views are spectacular, spanning 180 degrees over surrounding hills and villages.
All measurements are approximate. None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and no warranty is given as to their working ability.
The attractive villages of Calver and Curbar lie in the heart of rolling Peak Park countryside aside the River Derwent. The prestigious and smaller village of Curbar lies on the hillside facing south, while Calver stands in the valley with an excellent primary school, a number of traditional pubs, post office, cricket ground, nursery, tea rooms, a petrol station and other shops. Sheffield is easily commutable by car, rail or bus.