The property is at the end of four terraced town houses which together are Grade II-listed by Historic England.

200-year-old listed north Derbyshire townhouse could be yours for just £150,000

A 200-year-old Grade II-listed townhouse in North Derbyshire is now on the market.

Wednesday, 24th March 2021, 9:25 am

The four-bedroom property sits at the end of a block of four townhouses on Market Street, Eckington, which together have all been Grade II listed.

Historic England says the properties, which were first listed in August 1975, date back to the early 19th Century.

The property’s listing on website Zoopla says: “A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire this characterful, Grade II-listed, four bedroom, end Victorian townhouse, located in the sought-after suburb of Eckington.”

“It is deceptively spacious throughout with ample accommodation set over four levels, benefiting from many original period features, including sash windows.

Highlights include the lounge with period feature fireplace, as well as original built-in window shutters and kitchen/dining room on the ground floor, with two bedrooms and the family bathroom with period fittings on the first floor and two more bedrooms on the second floor – some of the bedrooms still have original feature cast iron fireplaces.

There is also a basement cellar and lounge, while the property has a newly fitted roof. Outside is a low-maintenance, rear, enclosed garden.

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