A tastefully presented, stone-built, end-terrace cottage located very conveniently for Matlock centre.
With plenty of social space, this cottage is ideal for families or a group of six wishing for a base to explore the area while enjoying the benefits of a town centre location.
On the ground floor there is an open plan living area with a modern well-equipped kitchen, cosy sitting room with multi-fuel stove and a dining conservatory with lovely views of the surrounding Matlock hills.
There is also a snug on this floor with a second multi-fuel stove and TV.
This is the perfect place to escape the madding crowd with a good book or for the children to play games.
The first floor has a designer shower room with a luxurious walk-in rain shower.
There are also two bedrooms on this floor and the third is a further flight up with lots of space, great views and an en-suite basin and WC.
The utility room is down in the cellar which benefits from an external door so it’s great for storing bikes, walking kit or drying off the dogs after a long walk.
The rear garden has a patio where you can take in the views and enjoy a morning cup of tea.
If you fancy dining out, you are spoilt for choice as there is an abundance of pubs and restaurants offering cuisine from around the globe all a few minutes’ walk away.
Matlock and its neighbour, Matlock Bath, are popular tourist destinations and it’s easy to see why when you discover what’s available.
Whether you want the thrills of a ride on a cable car, the breathtaking views of the Peak District National Park or the splendour of Chatsworth House, this is a genuine all year round location for all the family.
About the location
Matlock Bath 1 mile; Bakewell 8 miles.
The popular Peak District town of Matlock, together with its neighbour, Matlock Bath, has been attracting visitors to the area since the spa was developed in the late 17th century. Set in the beautiful wooded gorge of the River Derwent, the Matlocks offer a range of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a host of attractions including Gulliver’s Kingdom and the Peak District Mining Museum. Magnificent views down the gorge can be enjoyed from the cable car which takes visitors up to the Heights of Abraham – a great place for all the family with its showcaves, nature trail, water gardens and Owl Maze. South of the town is the start of the High Peak Cycle Trail, whilst a short drive away is the National Tramway Museum at Crich. To the north are the market town of Bakewell and Chatsworth House and Park - not to be missed!