Grade 2 listed building in Cromford

Grade 2 listed building in Cromford




Oct 2016

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our end terraced Cottage is a Grade 2 listed building in Cromford, a World Heritage site at the very edge of the Peak District National Park. Built circa 1780 it was once owned by Sir Richard Arkwright, it was a former weaver’s cottage. It stands on the main road that runs through the village. It has been sympathetically restored with stone fire place and exposed oak beams. The accommodation is on three floors, a living room and kitchen on the ground floor, double bedrooms on both middle and top floor, a bathroom with shower over bath on the middle floor and a further area with a single bed on the top floor. The kitchen has an oven and a microwave but no dishwasher or washing machine otherwise it is well equipped. The Cottage has full gas central heating and in the living room there is a multifuel stove. There is no phone or internet access but free Broadband is available at the local pub 'The Boat Inn'. There is a TV with DVD player. Outside there is a flagged patio area with a small garden beyond.


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  1. Hi we are Chris and Graham a retired professional couple in our sixties. We have had five successful home swaps so far but only in the UK, we are now hoping to swap further afield.

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Where is it?


The Cottage is within 100M of the centre of the village with its amenities which include a general store, butchers, newsagent, 2 pubs, hotel, post office, restaurant, tea rooms, and a book shop. It is an area ideal for those with a passion for walking, yet will equally stir the passions of those with an interest in industrial archaeology and history. For those that wish to leave the car behind bus stops are within 100M for frequent services to Matlock, Bakewell, Wirksworth, Derby and beyond. The railway station is within a short walk for the hourly train service along the Derwent valley to Belper and Derby. Beautiful countryside. Ideal position for visiting Chatsworth House,Haddon Hall, High peak trail and Monsal trail, Carsinton Water.

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