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2 Bed Cottage, Terraced To Let

Hardstoft Road, Pilsley, Chesterfield, Derbyshire

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  • Countryside Views Front and Rear
  • Semi Rural Village Location
  • Modern Breakfast Kitchen
  • Utility Room and Downstairs WC / Cloakroom
  • uPVC and Gas Central Heating
  • Modern Bathroom with White Suite and Shower over B
  • Inbuilt Wardrobes to Master Bedroom
  • Garage - Used as Store only
  • Fully Enclosed Rear Courtyard
  • Next to the Five Pits Trail
Let Agreed

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Property Details

**NO TENANT FEES** COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS FRONT AND REAR** ThIs is a very well presented two-bed mid-terraced cottage located in the semi-rural village of Pilsley. Location wise this is great for access to the M1 and close to the local village amenities and also jut a short drive to the towns of Clay Cross and Chesterfield. The property downstairs has an entrance hall, lounge, large modern kitchen with breakfast bar, built in fridge freezer and oven/hob, downstairs WC/Cloakroom and utility room. To the upstairs is a modern bathroom with a white suite and shower over bath, master bedroom with inbuilt wardrobes and countryside views and a second bedroom also with inbuilt wardrobes and countryside views. To the rear is a fully enclosed courtyard garden with far-reaching views and access to a garage/sore. uPVC Double Glazing and Gas Central Heating. 1 CAT OR 1 SMALL DOG ACCEPTED AND PART-TIME OR FULL TIME WORKING APPLICANTS ONLY

PLEASE NOTE: The garage can only be used as a store or for motorbikes as access is limited.

**Please call Pinewood Properties for a viewing or book online via our website**

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