Edinboro Row, Kimberley, Nottingham NG16 | £99,950 | 2 bedroom House
- Period 2 Bed 3 Storey Terrace Cottage
- Refurbished To A High Standard
- Lounge/Diner With Open Fire
- Refitted Kitchen With Hob And Oven
- Double Bedroom & Refitted Bathroom
- Double Master Bedroom To Second Floor
- Cottage Garden To Rear
- Private Driveway & Parking
- **No Upward Chain**
An impressive ’’quirky’’ two bedroom, three storey mid terrace cottage Circa 1700-1800 popular for commuters for public transport including City Tram link, M1 Jncts 26 and 27 and A610. Situated on private lane enjoying elevated views. The property is approached via a private lane with space for off street parking. A court yard and pathway lead to front entrance door. Entrance hall, lounge/diner with open fire, open plan to refitted kitchen. Landing and double bedroom, refitted bathroom with white suite and P-shaped bath. Second floor Master bedroom with views. A personal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate this individual sought after cottage steeped in local history from days gone by, and well related to the heritage of local industry. Original rustic style throughout with modern kitchen and bathroom and original style cottage vegetable garden to rear. Offered with no upward chain- Viewing essential….
An impressive ‘quirky’ two bedroom, three storey mid terrace cottage Circa 1700-1800 popular for commuters for public transport including City Tram link, M1 Jncts 26 and 27 and A610. Situated on private lane enjoying elevated views. The property is approached via a private lane with space for off street parking. A court yard and pathway lead to front entrance door. Entrance hall, lounge/diner with open fire, open plan to refitted kitchen. Landing and double bedroom, refitted bathroom with white suite and P-shaped bath. Second floor Master bedroom with views. A personal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate this individual sought after cottage steeped in local history from days gone by, and well related to the heritage of local industry. Original rustic style throughout with modern kitchen and bathroom and original style cottage vegetable garden to rear. Offered with no upward chain- Viewing essential.
From a previous study we discovered a huge ‘nest’ of Richards and their relatives who lived in the area in the 1830 to 1860 period. Their occupations varied from Coal Miners, Masons, Brickmakers, Publicans and Blacksmiths.
The Richards had moved around, some travelled further distances. Coal Miners seemed to be in constant transit moving in and out of Derbyshire. It is difficult to keep up with them but through the Census data from 1841 to 1881 we can keep abreast with them, to some extent.
Three Inns came to light through this exercise vis. The Stag Inn, The Nelson and The Jolly Colliers. The Richards of The Nelson and The Jolly Colliers at Awsworth are related but at present we have not proved that the Richards of The Stag Inn are related to the others……….but the theory is that they could well be.
The Richards owned a fair amount of property at Edinboro Row, Kimberley Flatt during this period. Where their wealth derived from is at present unknown.
It was Mathew Richards the son of Mathew and Mary Richards nee Sore who seemed to start the ball rolling. Originally he was a Coal Miner but became the Licensee of The Jolly Colliers during the 1820s.
He purchased property at Edinboro Row, known locally as Chalk Knob, the property having been built on limestone. Even today the view from this row of houses is superb. Perhaps he was hard working and thrifty and decided to invest his money in property. No documentary evidence has yet been discovered to indicate that he inherited any such property or money.
Kimberley and Nuthall were ‘enclosed’ late compared with other Parishes, in 1846. This is a bonus for mid nineteenth century research in this area. There is also a Map and an Award available – from these documents owner / occupiers can be established.
The property is approached via side entrance door, window to front elevation, quarry tiled floor, door to;
12’ 8" x 11’ 11" (3.86m x 3.64m) With double glazed window to front elevation, open fireplace, timber flooring, open plan staircase lading to first floor, open plan to;
12’ 8" x 6’ 3" (3.87m x 1.91m) Comprising a range of wall and base units incorporating rolled edge work surfaces, inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap, inset hob and integral oven. Timber flooring, double glazed window to rear elevation.
With access to second floor accommodation, doors to;
11’ 9" x 10’ 0" (max into stairs recess) (3.58m x 3.06m (max into stairs recess)) Having double glazed window to front elevation,
13’ 4" x 6’ 11" (max) (4.07m x 2.1m (max)) Comprising p-shaped bath, feature floating style wash hand basin, close coupled WC, tile surround. airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, double glazed window to rear elevation.
Second Floor Bedroom
12’ 11" x 11’ 9" (3.93m x 3.59m) Having double glazed window to front elevation and storage.
The property is approached via a private lane leading to off street parking, fore Court with pathway to front entrance door, to the rear of the cottage is a raised vegetable garden.
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