Hollybush House is a four bedroom detached house in the sought after rural village of Barrow On Trent. Excellent road links (A50/A38/M1) and within close proximity to Derby city centre. The area benefits from a village pub and restaurant: The Brookfield and there are several more popular ones close by including the Crewe & Harpur and The Ragley Boat Stop. There are a number of walking, boating and picnic areas alongside the nearby River Trent.
The area is close to all the major employers around Derby, including Bombardier, Rolls Royce and Toyota.
The property comprises an entrance hallway and three reception rooms, one of which has a feature fireplace and one of which has a log burner.
The kitchen / dining room features an integrated fridge, integrated dishwasher and a large cooker with 8 ring hob. There are wall mounted display cabinets and French doors leading out onto the garden.
There is a utility room with tumble dryer, washer and a freezer. There is also a downstairs shower room.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms including master with fitted wardrobes. The three piece family bathroom suite features a shower over the bath and a heated towel rail.
Outside there is a large picturesque front garden, garage and expansive driveway providing parking for several cars. The grounds are very private and include a gated entrance.
* Lots of character throughout including beamed ceilings *
The owners will consider reasonable offers on the rent, call us now to arrange a viewing!
* Local agent - lettings specialist *
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