20 Dale Close, Fritchley, Nr Belper, Derbyshire


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  • Extended detached house
  • Sought after village location
  • Well respected primary school
  • Well proportioned family living space
  • Four bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Well stocked and mature gardens
  • Driveway parking
  • Single garage
  • Viewing highly recommended


A modern four bedroom detached home within a sought after village cul-de-sac.


Built in the 1970’s with later extension, this four bedroom detached house provides well proportioned family accommodation, complemented by particularly attractive and well stocked gardens. The house is situated within a popular village cul-de-sac, set well away from any main thoroughfare, and offering ready access to the surrounding countryside. The village boasts a well respected primary school, whilst neighbouring Crich provides an excellent range of local shops and facilities.

Good road communications lead to the townships of Belper, Alfreton, Ripley and Matlock, whilst the cities of Derby and Nottingham each lie within daily commuting distance. The recreational delights of the surrounding Amber Valley and Derbyshire Dales countryside are also close at hand.

A uPVC double glazed front door with glazed side panel opens to a reception hallway with cloaks storage, additional window to the side, dado rail and stairs leading off to the first floor. A door leads off to the…

Sitting room – 6.24m x 3.20m (20’ 6” x 10’ 6”) a good sized family living space with window to the front, feature stone fireplace with gas fire and glazed patio French doors opening to the…

Dining room – 3.63m x 2.97m (11’ 11” x 9’ 9”) an extension to the original house offering versatility whether for formal dining, hobby or home office. The room opens directly to the delightful gardens and with two further windows allowing good natural light.

Breakfast kitchen – 4.10m x 3.38m (13’ 6” x 11’ 1”) with ample space for daily dining and being fitted with an extensive range of maple fronted cupboards including a built-in pantry store all complemented by work surfaces which integrate a 1½ bowl composite sink unit. There is an integral dishwasher, position for a free standing cooker and other white goods. A free standing gas fired boiler serves the central heating and hot water system. windows to the side and rear, the rear overlooking the colourful gardens. A multi paned door opens to a side hall with external door leading from the side of the house and open to a…

Utility room – 2.50m x 1.65m (8’ 3” x 5’ 5”) having plumbing for an automatic washing machine, side facing window and external door to the gardens and a sliding door opens to a…

Cloakroom – with low flush WC and wash hand basin.

From the reception hallway, stairs rise in a dog leg to a galleried landing, which again benefits from excellent natural light with windows to the side and front, there is access to the roof void and the landing extends to an inner hallway, which leads to Bedroom 3 and 4. An airing cupboard store houses a lagged hot water cylinder, providing linen storage.

Bedroom 1 – 3.48m x 3.24m (11’ 5” x 10’ 8”) with broad front aspect window looking to the tree lined fields beyond the cul-de-sac.

Bedroom 2 – 2.89m x 2.10m (9’ 6” x 6’ 11”) with side aspect window.

Bedroom 3 – 3.63m x 3.03m (11’’ 11” x 9’ 11”) as part of the extension to the original house, overlooking the rear gardens.

Bedroom 4 – 3.10m x 1.73m (10’ 2” x 5’ 8”) rear facing and currently utilised as a study.

Bathroom – fitted with a modern white suite to include double width walk-in shower cubicle with fixed glazed screen and electric shower fitting, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. The whole room with full height ceramic tiling. Towel radiator and two obscured glazed windows.

The house is complemented by truly delightful well stocked gardens to the front and rear. The front includes a host of mature shrubs and perennials, which provide colour and interest all year round. The rear gardens are similarly well planted with deep herbaceous borders and beds set around a small shaped lawn. Whilst the perimeter plays host to rambling rose, wisteria and an attractive weeping birch which provides privacy and shade. To the side of the house a tarmac driveway provides car standing and access to a single garage with up and over door (in need of repair) and personnel door leading to the gardens at the rear.

TENURE – Freehold.

SERVICES – All mains services are available to the property which benefits from gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazing. No test has been made on services or their distribution.

COUNCIL TAX – Band D (Amber Valley Borough Council)

FIXTURES & FITTINGS – Only the fixtures and fittings mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. Certain other items may be taken at valuation if required. No specific test has been made on any appliance either included or available by negotiation.

DIRECTIONS – From Matlock Crown Square, take the A6 south travelling through Cromford and on to Whatstandwell. After crossing the bridge at Whatstandwell, turn left into Main Road and rise up the hill on and out of the village before location Cowper Lane on the right hand side. Take Cowper Lane for around ½ a mile and on entering Fritchley, Dale Close can be found on the left hand side.

Alternatively, approaching from Crich along the common, in Fritchley turn right into Chadwick Nick Lane, follow the road around until Dale Close can be found on the right hand side, no. 20 is the second property on the right.

VIEWING – Strictly by prior arrangement with the Matlock office 01629 580228.

Ref: FTM9845
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