This bright and modern end-terrace cottage is in the centre of the quiet village of Hognaston near Carsington Water.
This charming cottage is in a fantastic location, ideal for a group of friends or a family who are looking to visit the Peak District.
You enter the cottage into the delightful open plan living area which has a comfortable seating area set around a designer woodburning stove.
The contemporary kitchen is very well-equipped and has a breakfast bar to seat two as well as a larger dining area with room for the whole group to enjoy time together.
Upstairs are three light and airy bedrooms with high ceilings, one of which has the added benefit of an en-suite shower room.
Outside, there is a gravelled area to the front of the cottage and a path leads around to a lawned garden and patio area to the rear.
This is a lovely place to sit in the mornings with a cup of tea while discussing your plans for the day.
Just a short walk from your doorstep is the village pub and there are a wide variety of walks and cycle trails on offer including routes around Carsington, the Tissington Trail and the High Peak Trail.
Carsington Water is very close by and has something for everyone from fishing to watersports.
This cottage is an ideal base for spending time in the Peak District or the Derbyshire Dales at any time of the year.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen with breakfast bar (seats 2), dining area and sitting area (seats 5) with woodburner. Utility.
About the location
Ashbourne 6 miles; Matlock 9 miles.
Hognaston is a peaceful village on the southern fringes of the Peak District. Hognaston is an ancient settlement and has a long and diverse history, but is now better known as being close to Carsington Reservoir. The village has two cosy pubs, a Norman church, a village hall and a range of community groups. Just 6 miles away is the market town of Ashbourne with stalls, eccentric street plan, narrow cobbled alleys, coaching inns and almshouses. In its heyday in the 18th century, the town was a fashionable social centre and many fine Georgian buildings remain from this period. Today the town still has much to offer in terms of restaurants and inns and is regarded as something of a haven for antique hunters - but don't expect a bargain!