This substantial and attractive Grade II Listed family home is located on the edge of the beautiful village of Brassington in the Derbyshire Dales. Built of local limestone, the house is comprised of two former cottages and includes 5 bedrooms, a very attractive dining-kitchen, 3 reception rooms, 2 stunning bathrooms, a pantry and spacious recently-landscaped garden. The current owners have carefully and thoughtfully expanded the living space within the home to create two bedrooms and additional storage space on what is now the second floor. They have also opened up views to the lush green hilly landscape to the east. The newly-decorated interior gives a modern, light and airy feel whilst not detracting from the traditional, historic nature of the home. As such, this is a splendid family home in a highly sought-after village with a good school, two pubs and a wealth of attractions close by - including Carsington Water, the High Peak Trail and the towns of Matlock, Ashbourne, Wirksworth and Bakewell all within a few miles.Front Of HouseThe Green is located on Town Street on the south-eastern edge of Brassington. Parking for two vehicles on a gravel drive is accessed directly from the road. A separate entrance through an iron gate leads into the front garden and to the main front door. Formerly two separate cottages, the home still retains the option of using either front door. Hanging topiary balls adorn the front wall and the two original chimneys are visible from the roadside. Useful additions include a modern metal letterbox and outside tap. Enter the home through the half-timbered, half-glazed stable door into the carpeted porch. A staircase leading up to the first floor is directly ahead and the kitchen-diner is to the right.Kitchen-Diner (4.11m x 3.43m (13'6 x 11'3))This is a striking kitchen-diner with a large Rangemaster oven dominating the room beneath an original stone inglenook fireplace. Colourful ceramic mosaic patterned tiles adorn the floor and there are broad hardwood surfaces with brick-shaped white ceramic splashback tiles beneath painted walls above. An original timber beam runs across the ceiling and the Belfast-style metal sink with mixer tap sits snugly within the hardwood surround. It is a lovely blend of old and new. The broad, tall Welsh dresser on the left-hand side of the kitchen will remain and, allied to the plentiful cupboard space and large pantry, this home has a large amount of storage for the keen cook. There is room for a dining table and it is easy to picture this room being the heart of the home - especially on cosy autumn evenings. The west-facing window and front door leading directly to the garden mean that afternoons and summer evenings can be spent setting up barbecues and ferrying salads and drinks to-and-fro. A radiator and ceiling lights complete this room.Pantry (3.20m x 1.42m (10'6 x 4'8))The aforementioned pantry is a large dry and light space (thanks to the east-facing window out to the hilly countryside beyond). The same kitchen tiles flow through into this room, which has a wooden door entrance. Shelving, plus room for a fridge-freezer, providing plenty of food storage space.Lounge (4.01m x 3.58m (13'2 x 11'9))Moving from the kitchen and pantry along a short corridor with open under-stairs storage, you come to the lounge. This spacious and light room has laminate tile-effect flooring, an original oak ceiling beam and another large arched inglenook fireplace with wood burner and flue. This is a cosy room in winter, but with an east-facing window, as well as windows and another door to the front driveway, light can flow through this space in the spring and summer.Reception/Play Room (4.29m x 2.18m* (14'1 x 7'2*))*with some wider areas of the room into the alcove and not including the short corridor from the lounge This room is currently being used as a children's play room and has a practical and ingenious soft play floor. There is additional storage under the second set of stairs, an alcove for even more additional storage and a west-facing window out to the front of the house.Study (1.98m x 1.73m (6'6 x 5'8))This cleverly-crafted room is small but perfectly-formed! The south-facing window and whitewall finish give this room a brightness that belies the almost secretive positioning of the room in the far corner of the home. The study is carpeted and has a radiator and power points.Staircases To First FloorThere is one staircase from the porch/kitchen area at the southern end of this home, as well as another staircase from the play room at the northern end of the house. Heading up the northern staircase you come to the corridor, which runs the full length of the first floor. This corridor has wood-effect flooring, painted walls, an east-facing inset window, radiator and wall lights. Ascending this northern staircase you rise directly opposite the family bathroom...Family Bathroom (1.98m x 1.68m (6'6 x 5'6))The centrepiece of this bathroom is the standalone ceramic white rolltop bath with mixer taps. Positioned beneath the east-facing window, you can get into and out of the bath whilst enjoying stunning views to the hills immediately in front of you. Wood-effect flooring and attractive stone-coloured tiles adorn the bottom half of the bathroom. White painted walls and white sink, WC and modern white metal radiator give this room a summery feel, especially on a sunny day.Master Bedroom (Bedroom One) (4.09m x 3.48m to 4.50m (13'5 x 11'5 to 14'9))The master bedroom is a large double room with heart-jumpingly thick carpets, painted walls (including a modern, but perfectly in-keeping feature wall), large dressing table alcove (accounting for the extra 3 feet of width at one end of the room) and is yet another room with a double west-facing window. All five bedrooms face to the west meaning that they avoid the early morning sun...perfect for sleepyheads and late risers! A radiator completes this room.En-Suite Bathroom (3.66m x 1.68m to 2.26m (12'66 x 5'6 to 7'5))Walking into this room, it is easy to imagine yourself in a boutique hotel bathroom. The wood-effect flooring leads up to the contemporary tiled walls which cover the bottom half of the room all the way around. The feature wall colour used in the master bedroom carries through to the top half of this bathroom. The large double east-facing window (again showcasing those magnificent hillside views), white large shower tiles and white bath set with modern white radiator all enhance the look. His 'n' Hers ceramic white bowl sinks with mixer taps sit astride the large wooden storage unit which has a granite worktop. A 3-bulb ceiling light finishes this room.Bedroom Two (3.96m x 2.31m to 3.10m (13'67 x 7'7 to 10'2))This is a large bedroom even taking into consideration the recent addition of a staircase to the second floor, which gives this bedroom a quirky shape with very useful additional under-stairs storage. As with the other bedrooms, thick-pile carpet, modern wallpaper on one side and three contemporary painted walls make this a great bedroom for a child. The bed is positioned away from the west-facing window at the far end of the room - making it easy to see this being a snug and peaceful room at night-time.Bedroom Three (2.95m x 2.31m (9'8 x 7'7))Moving south along the corridor, Bedroom Three is on the right-hand side. This is a very pleasant room with thick-pile carpet, painted walls, a storage cupboard, west-facing window and ceiling light.Bedroom Four (4.27m x 1.70m to 4.70m (14'64 x 5'7 to 15'5))Set in the eaves with a magnificent original wooden ceiling truss, this bedroom is accessed up the new flight of stairs to the second floor. Even with the bedroom being set in the eaves, there is plenty of room at a comfortable head height. Those dreamy thick-pile carpets and a painted mint-green wall (bottom half) and white wall (top half) make this a really calming room. The uncommon sunken window is still large enough to bring plenty of light into the room, which has a radiator even though it is generally warm, with heat rising through the house.Bedroom Five (4.17m x 1.91m to 3.40m (13'8 x 6'3 to 11'2))With pink decor and some lovely little nooks and crannies taking advantage of the loft and eaves space, this is a magical little room for unicorns and pixies! The carpeted floor, sunken window and high ceilings make this a lovely space, which is enhanced by direct open access into a similarly-sized loft space just around the far corner of the room.GardenAs you approach the house, the recently-landscaped garden to the right of the home catches your eye. The lush new lawn is raised and held neatly in place by attractive wooden sleepers and surrounded by gate-style fencing. The garden is to the south of the house and far enough away from neighbouring homes to benefit greatly from it's south-facing position. The raised large flagstone patio area has space enough for lots of seating, a table, barbecue and affords beautiful views of the countryside immediately the other side of the old stone wall to the north and east. An additional stone-paved area currently has a large trampoline in-situ and so is a great additional play area for children away from the road and within an area that would be shaded in the afternoon.