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5 bed detached House

Longford Mill, Longford Lane, Longford, Derbyshire, DE6 3DT

listed on 2021-03-11  Scargill Mann and Co   

About the property EXCEPTIONAL GRADE II LISTED FORMER WATER MILL - WITH 5 BEDROOMS - 3 BATHROOMS - 4 RECEPTION ROOMS - GARAGING - TENNIS COURT - STABLING - PADDOCK LAND - LAKE - GRADE II LISTED WEIR - WORKING WATER WHEEL - 8 ACRES (APPROX) - VIEWING ESSENTIAL General Information This historic former water mill enjoying an idyllic setting offers enchanting accommodation with superb lake and waterside features with original mill wheel and offers superb accommodation throughout. The former water mill, which is now a Grade II Listed delightful property was built by Richard Arkwright in 1837. Operating as a working mill up until 1956 the property was converted to exacting standards in 1972 and has over many years undergone sympathetic refurbishment and extensive modernisation to provide presently a delightful family home. The accommodation is set upon three floors offering an imposing wide reception hallway with galleried landing above, useful guest cloakroom to ground floor, study to the front which could easily be used as a secondary sitting room or snug, there is a formal lounge with a magnificent inglenook feature fireplace with views over the lake, formal dining room, well-appointed recently re-equipped farmhouse style fitted kitchen with heavy oak beams leading to a rear utility area with direct access to the decking. To the first floor off the galleried landing access is gained to the principal bedroom which enjoys a magnificent en-suite facility with bathroom and dressing facilities in one, three additional bedrooms and a bespoke period bathroom with shower cubicle. To the second floor is an open plan lounge with exposed beams and some workings of the former mill in situ with an additional bedroom and shower room. Outside, the property has the most delightful carefully considered and landscaped garden, taking full advantage of the lake with its lawns, flowering beds and discreet tree planting, a garden Breeze House ideal for a summer barbeque, all-weather tennis court with changing facilities, a detached double garage and access to a first floor sitting room/office, two loose boxes, an additional orchard to the front of the property and paddock land extending to 5.7 acres. However the total size of the entire property and surrounding area is approximately 8 acres. Accommodation On The Ground Floor Entrance Hall Stable entrance door, quarry tiled flooring, internal door leading into: Reception Hall 3.88m x 3.88m (12'9' x 12'9') Polished oak flooring, exposed beams to ceiling, built in storage cupboards and stairs to the first floor galleried landing off. Guest Cloakroom Comprising, wash hand basin, low level w.c., built in understairs storage cupboard, polished oak flooring. Drawing Room 8.86m x 4.53m (29'1' x 14'10') Feature inglenook brick built fireplace with log burner, double glazed French doors to side terrace. Study/snug 3.94m x 2.84m (12'11' x 9'4') Exposed beams to ceiling, feature decorative cast iron fireplace, TV and telephone points. Dining Room 5.66m x 4.03m (18'7' x 13'3') Exposed beams to ceiling, feature cast iron fireplace. Breakfast Kitchen 5.54m x 4.16m (18'2' x 13'8') Fitted with a range of hand crafted antique pine base and wall mounted cupboards, Belfast sink, granite work surface areas, glazed display units, plumbing for dishwasher, recess space for upright fridge/freezer, pantry cupboard, four ring electric hob with extractor fan over, built in double oven, Aga into chimney recess, exposed beams to ceiling. Utility Room 3.64m x 3.21m (11'11' x 10'6') Low level cupboards with work surfaces over, built in storage cupboard, plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer point, cupboard housing the LPG gas fired boiler, door to rear off. On The First Floor Galleried Landing With cast iron balustrade with mahogany hand rail, airing cupboard. Master Bedroom Suite 4.85m x 4.15m (15'11' x 13'7') Coving and exposed beams to ceiling, connecting inner lobby to: En-suite Bathroom With Dressing Area 5.14m x 4.12m (16'10' x 13'6') Panelled corner bath, twin vanity wash hand basins, low level w.c., bidet, three double wardrobes and two chests of drawers. Bedroom Two 4.22m x 3.88m (13'10' x 12'9') Fitted with a range of wardrobes with cupboards over, wash hand basin set within antique pine wash stand. Bedroom Three 3.98m x 2.83m (13'1' x 9'3') Built in double wardrobe, decorative wash hand basin. Bedroom Four 5.02m x 3.64m (16'6' x 11'11') Built in wardrobes. Victorian Style Bathroom Comprising, cast iron bath, wash hand basin, low level w.c., built in shower cubicle, heated chrome towel rail, oak flooring. On The Second Floor Lower Level Landing Area With useful underfloor storage space with stairs leading to: Open Plan Reception Room 38.0m x 31.0m (124'8' x 101'8') Superb open plan space comprising, exposed beams and king post trusses to ceiling, original pulley system, exposed brick walls, two radiators, access to front railed lucam enjoying fine countryside views. Separate Sitting Area Large skylight window. Bedroom Five 3.92m x 3.33m (12'10' x 10'11') Exposed beams to ceiling, decorative vanity wash hand basin. Shower Room Part exposed brick walls, shower cubicle, low level w.c., vanity unit and wash hand basin. Outside & Gardens There is the most delightful carefully considered and landscaped garden, taking full advantage of the lake with its lawns, flowering beds and discreet tree planting, a garden Breeze House ideal for a summer barbeque, all-weather tennis court with changing facilities, an additional orchard to the front of the property and paddock land extending to 5.7 acres. However the total size of the entire property and surrounding area is approximately 8 acres. Double Garage With Mezzanine Over 6.07m x 5.87m (19'11' x 19'3') Situated on the ground floor. Mezzanine Office Over 6.07m x 3.21m (19'11' x 10'6') Garage Block/store One 3.98m x 3.21m (13'1' x 10'6') Situated on the lower ground floor. Garage Block/store Two 3.98m x 3.21m (13'1' x 10'6') Directional Note Longford is situated 11 miles west of Derby - from the main junction of the A50 and A38 proceed westerly towards A50 Uttoxeter for approximately 2 miles then turn right on the A516 towards Derby. Proceed for one mile before turning left into Ash Lane proceed along Ash Lane for approximately 2½ miles and at the T Junction turn left towards Thurvaston and Longford. Pass the sign for Longford for another ½ mile along Longford Lane where the property will be situated on the right hand side. Viewing Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Derby office (DM/SE). You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. View more information

Primary schools


  • Moor Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1LW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Wyaston Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1NB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Cross Side, Ashbourne, DE6 2GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mayfield Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1AS
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Cokayne Avenue, Ashbourne, DE6 1EJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 31/08/2019.
  • Main Road, Ashbourne, DE6 2LB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Yew Tree Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1PG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

6 bed detached House

Rodsley Lane Yeaveley, Ashbourne

listed on 2021-04-14  Sequence   

An elegant circa 1750 Grade II listed Georgian Farmhouse with six bedrooms and four reception rooms over three floors. Beautifully presented and carefully maintained in easily managed gardens including double garage and barn/workshop. A focal point family home of immense character, centrally positioned opposite the village inn and Holy Trinity Church yet with a rural scene at the rear and views over rolling farmland. Yeaveley is a small village surrounded by countryside, just over a mile from the main road. There is easy to access major commercial centres and London via the A50, with local shopping at Ashbourne market town and endless recreational pursuits to hand especially, as the village lies just to the south of The Peak District National Park. The accommodation follows classic Georgian tradition, there is a great depth of authentic character and the property has been carefully modernised with all facilities and amenities right up to date. Reception Hall A new bespoke character panelled entrance door is framed centrally with a segment headed doorcase and stretcher arch in contrast to the Flemish brick bonded main elevations. Symmetrically laid out at the head of the Crown-shaped front gardens and centrally positioned within the front elevation. This is classic Georgian disposition with three bays over two storeys and plain sashes. The hall is quarry tiled and has the turning stairs which lead to upper floors with stone steps from the cellar head beneath leading to the barrel vaulted cellar. The entrance overlight and rear window give two aspects and doors lead to the principal rooms. Sitting Room 15' 10' x 13' 11' ( 4.83m x 4.24m ) Sash windows give views out over the village centre to the country inn and Holy Trinity Church and french doors lead out to the rear secluded terrace. An open cast iron fire has an ornate carved wooden surround and mantle with carved period beam over. Dining Room 16' 1' x 13' 6' ( 4.90m x 4.11m ) A deep rustic brick inglenook range is the centrepiece with open cast iron grate, there are front sash windows and carved period beams. Snug 14' 6' x 10' 1' ( 4.42m x 3.07m ) Comfortable proportions with a log burning stove installed in 2016 and a dual aspect with French doors also to the secluded terrace to the rear. Farmhouse Kitchen 16' 4' x 15' ( 4.98m x 4.57m ) Light and spacious with cranberry Aga in the deep recessed brick fireplace and bespoke oak base and wall cabinets, expanses of granite work surfaces and quality built-in appliances by Miele and American plumbed fridge/freezer. Ample space for a family dining table over the quarry tiled floor. Rear Entrance Hall With a stout door from the rear yard and driveway. Part panelled cloaks cupboard. Ground Floor W.C Modern fittings include a round ceramic wash basin and a w.c. rear window. Home Office/ Study 14' 7' x 8' 10' ( 4.45m x 2.69m ) A dual aspect offers good working light. A boiler cupboard houses the Worcester Greenstar oil fired unit which was installed in 2014. Utility Room 10' 6' x 7' 5' ( 3.20m x 2.26m ) Windows and door to the rear gardens. Belfast sink and storage cupboards. A vaulted recess has a former cast iron oven. First Floor Landing With the stairwell and a front window with village views. Bedroom One Master 15' 9' x 13' 10' ( 4.80m x 4.22m ) Expanse of Cherry wardrobes and dressing table ensemble. A front sash gives elevated village views, there is a period ceiling beam. Master En-Suite A half bathroom with w.c , wash basin and potential for enlargement. Side window. Bedroom Two 16' 3' x 11' plus recess ( 4.95m x 3.35m plus recess ) A cast iron period fireplace is a feature along with a ceiling beam and elevated village view. Bedroom Three 12' 10' x 8' 3' plus built in wardrobes ( 3.91m x 2.51m plus built in wardrobes ) Tucked away to the rear yet with a fine view and deep fitted wardrobes. Opening a former doorway to the second bedroom is an option to create a larger suite. House Bathroom 12' 4' x 7' 11' ( 3.76m x 2.41m ) A modern spacious room with quality fitted bath, walk-in shower, wash basin and w.c Second Floor Landing Lavish reveal of purlins and vaulted ceiling to the ridge give a voluminous feel and the Velux window floods light in. These large attic rooms are attractively arranged and feature heavily beamed and vaulted ceilings. Bedroom Four 14' x 15' 8' ( 4.27m x 4.78m ) There are two gable windows and exposed timbers. Bedroom Five 14' x 16' 4' max ( 4.27m x 4.98m max ) Front windows offer a crow's nest view beyond the village. Exposed purlin beams. Bedroom Six 16' 6' x 16' max ( 5.03m x 4.88m max ) Two gable windows and a Velux roof-light. Second Floor Shower Room & Wc 8' 3' x 7' ( 2.51m x 2.13m ) Modern shower, wash basin and w.c Exterior & Gardens Elegant Georgian front garden. Brick wrap-around stone coped front walls in stretcher bond with original C18 cast iron railings to south, each rail with wavy flame finial and each stile with an urn finial and a central gate onto the path leading to the entrance door. The path is flanked by Crown shaped flowering shrubs and level lawn. The secluded rear terrace is sheltered and private, it is stone paved and includes a raised patio where there are views back to the farmhouse to admire the Flemish bonded brick elevations, steeply pitched tiled roof and details of stone sills, copings and kneelers around the gables and sawtooth brick cornices. The sitting room, snug and farmhouse kitchen each have French doors which open onto this terrace so, ideal for summer dining and garden parties. The outlook over the rear gardens includes distant views over the rolling farmland. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and has open farmland to the rear boundary and a further terrace adjacent to the house near the utility room. A private picket gate leads onto Leapley Llane A small barn would house a ride-on mower and serve well as a workshop/ store place. The cultivated garden has a greenhouse and vegetable beds. The drive enters the rear former farmyard which has a fresh tarmac surface where there is plenty of parking and access to the garage and a small sitting out terrace with a southerly aspect. The drive is within our ownership and is private except for access over for the other three properties in this cluster of period character homes. Garage 14' 4' x 15' ( 4.37m x 4.57m ) This is a period barn with high ceilings featuring power and light. A double garage door and pedestrian door to the gardens. Outbuilding/ Barn 20' 4' x 16' 4' ( 6.20m x 4.98m ) Brick built structure with power and light.

Primary schools


  • Moor Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1LW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Wyaston Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1NB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Cross Side, Ashbourne, DE6 2GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mayfield Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1AS
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Cokayne Avenue, Ashbourne, DE6 1EJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 31/08/2019.
  • Main Road, Ashbourne, DE6 2LB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Yew Tree Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1PG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

5 bed detached House

Draycott Lodge, 68, Stubby Lane, Draycott-in-the-clay, Ashbourne, DE6 5BU

listed on 2021-05-08  Scargill Mann and Co   

About the property Spacious and versatile character Grade II Listed five bedroomed detached former farmhouse enjoying large plot extending to 2.7 acres with a range of outbuildings and a large barn ideal for conversion to ancillary accommodation. General Information This sale offers a rare opportunity for the discerning purchaser to acquire this particularly well proportioned and versatile five bedroomed Grade II Listed detached property enjoying a large plot extending to 2.7 acres. Internally the property briefly comprises of an entrance lobby, guest cloakroom, reception hallway, dining kitchen, snug and sitting room. Please note there is a barrel 2 bay cellar sited under the sitting room room which includes thrawls and sandstone shelved bays to one side. The cellar includes a natural spring channelled through the cellar terminating in a well cut out of a sandstone block set at floor level. The cellar can be accessed via the glasshouse with stairs still intact underneath the floorboards. Furthermore there is a utility room, well proportioned store room and a workshop / potential home office. To the first floor is a feature semi-galleried landing which provides access to bedroom one and two, both benefitting from well presented recently fitted en-suites. Additionally to the first floor is a bedroom three, family bathroom and feature games room / family room which has two large sash windows which overlook the orchard. To the second floor are two further bedrooms and a continuation of the staircase off to an attic room. Outside the property has a gated driveway which offers excellent off street parking or storage and provides access to a range of outbuildings - in particular a large barn offers excellent potential for conversion into ancillary accommodation or a large home office if required. Undoubtedly a feature of the sale is the large plot, which the property enjoys, comprising of garden areas, orchard and paddock extending to 2.7 acres including a small wood. It should be noted that there is an old Yew Tree that has a Preservation Order (Ref TPO 323). Location Draycott in the Clay gives easy access to local amenities including schooling, shops and pleasant walks in the surrounding open countryside. The property is a short drive away from the quaint village of Marchington and also the A50 which provides swift onward travel to other regional centres and the main motorway networks. Nearby places of interest include the impressive Sudbury Hall. Accommodation Original wooden oak ledged and braced door provides access to: Entrance Lobby 2,85m x 1.60m (6'7' x 5'3') Having original brick floor covering. Exposed ceiling beams. Central heating radiator. Window to side. Original ledged and braced door provides access to the reception hallway with adjacent internal window. A further ledged and braced door provides access to: Guest Cloakroom 2.51m x 1.58m (8'3' x 5'2') Having central heating radiator. Original brick floor covering. Beamed ceiling. White suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Arched window to front, Reception Hallway 4.86m x 2.96m (15'11' x 9'9') Having a continuation of the original brick floor covering. Spot lights. Central heating radiator. Wooden staircase off to first floor with original handrail and balusters, leading to a galleried landing. Built-in cupboard with shelving. Three panelled doors and an original oak ledged and braced door provides access to the dining kitchen, snug, sitting room and utility respectively. Dining Kitchen 6.01m x 5.20m (19'9' x 17'1') Note the measurements include the side entrance lobby. The kitchen itself is comprised over two rooms with the dining area having a feature gas fired Aga positioned in a brick range style chimney breast plus original built-in storage cupboards to the adjacent recesses. Central heating radiator. Quarry tiled floor covering. Exposed ceiling beams. Picture rail. TV aerial connection. Two working sash windows with original glass and working shutters to front aspect having views towards surrounding countryside. Two doorways, one of which has original ledged and braced door leading into a: Fitted Kitchen Area 3.74m x 1.19m (12'3' x 3'11') Having an extensive range of granite preparation surfaces with handmade base drawers and cupboards beneath, incorporating an inset one and a half Franke stainless steel sink unit with brushed aluminium swan necked mixer tap over and granite splashback. Complementary wall mounted panelled cupboards over. Central heating radiator. Spot lights. Quarry tiled floor covering. Two windows overlooking the courtyard and garden. Ledged and braced door provides access to a most useful pantry cupboard 1.21m x 1.20m (4'0' x 3'11') having power and lighting with quarry tiled floor covering and window to rear. Side Entrance Lobby Approached by an attractive oak storm canopy featuring a large wooden panelled door which leads into the entrance lobby itself. Half Shaker style wall panelling. Quarry tiled floor covering. Second feature wooden panelled door leads into the dining kitchen. Snug 4.55m x 3.62m (14'11' x 11'11') Having a feature red brick fireplace with raised hearth incorporating a cast iron wood burning stove. Original cupboard to adjacent chimney recess with shelving. A panelled door leads into a front entrance hallway. Quarry tiled floor covering. Exposed ceiling beam. Central heating radiator. Working sash window to front with original glass and working shutters, overlooking the foregarden and having a views towards surrounding countryside. Sitting Room 6.38m x 4.44m (20'11' x 14'7') Having central heating radiator. Two large sash windows to side, incorporating secondary glazing, overlooking the garden and orchard. A panelled door provides access to the original front entrance hall. Feature full length glazed window and French door, with working shutters, overlooking the conservatory. Utility 2.87m x 2.10m (9'5' x 6'11') Note the latter measurement being a maximum measurement. Having a large Butler sink and two appliance spaces, one having plumbing suitable for an automatic washing machine and a second suitable for a fridge / freezer. Central heating radiator. Blue brick floor covering. Trap door access to roof space. Window overlooking the courtyard and driveway. Two ledged and braced doors provide access to a store room and workshop respectively. Store Room 4.35m x 2.21m (14'3' x 7'3') Having lighting. Quarry tiled floor covering. Window to side. Workshop / Potential Home Office 6.14m x 3.14m (20'2' x 10'4') Having quarry tiled floor covering. Feature fireplace incorporating a cast iron pot belly stove. Power and lighting. Window to side. A second window and ledged / braced wooden door, which overlook and provide access to the courtyard / driveway. First Floor Impressive Galleried Landing Having a continuation of the handrail and balusters with staircase off to the second floor. Varnished floorboard covering. Window to rear aspect. Central heating radiator. Built-in storage cupboard 1.43m x 1.24m (4'8' x 4'1') with hanging rail. There are five doors which provide access to the bedrooms, games room / familiy room and bathroom respectively. Games Room/family Room 6.43m x 5.51m (21'1' x 18'1') Note the latter measurement being taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast having a particularly attractive fire surround with original cast iron fireplace / open grate. Two central heating radiators. Exposed original wide floor boards. Two large working sash windows to side which overlook the orchard / vegetable garden. Bedroom One 3.78m x 5.01m (12'5' x 16'5') Having built-in wardrobe with latched and braced door featuring shelving and hanging rail. Built-in airing cupboard housing large hot water cylinder with slatted shelving over. Ample space for bedroom furniture. Central heating radiator. Exposed varnished floor boards. Window to rear overlooking the courtyard, driveway and garden. Exposed painted ceiling beam. Original fireplace. Panelled door provides access to: En-suite 1.70m x 2.19m (5'7' x 7'2') Note the measurements are both maximum measurements. Being part tiled and having a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and bidet. Electric shaver point. Corner tiled shower cubicle. Chromed ladder style heated towel rail. Electric extractor fan. Ceiling spot lights. Window to side. Bedroom Two 4.29m x 3.04m (14'1' x 10'0') Having exposed ceiling beam. Spot lights. Cental heating radiator. Exposed varnished floor boards. Working sash window to front having views towards surrounding countryside. Panelled door provides access to: En-suite 2.24m x 1.18m extending to 1.67m (7'4' x 3'10' ex tending to 5'6') Being part tiled and having a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with chromed mixer tap, low level WC and shower cubicle with electric Mira shower. Electric shaver point. Chromed ladder style heated towel rail. Recessed spot lights. Window to side. Bedroom Three 4.53m x 3.73m (14'10' x 12'3') Having original built-in storage cupboards with shelving. Central heating radiator. Plaster (limeash) floor covering. Exposed painted ceiling beam. Working sash window to front. Bathroom 3.77m x 1.58m (12'4' x 5'2') Having Shaker style wall panelling and featuring a suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and bidet. Furthermore there is a bath and separate shower cubicle. Electric shaver point. Central heating radiator. Spot lights. Two working sash windows to rear which overlook the courtyard. Second Floor Semi-galleried Landing With continuation of the staircase off to a small landing incorporating a latched and braced door which leads into the attic room. Exposed wooden floorboards. Central heating radiator. Window to rear overlooking the courtyard / driveway. Two doors provided access to bedroom four and five respectively. Bedroom Four 4.90m x 4.77m (16'1' x 15'8') Having a feature fireplace incorporating original cast iron fire grate and stone hearth. Exposed varnished floor boards. Two central heating radiators. Large working sash window to front with views towards surrounding countryside. Bedroom Five/hobby Room 6.94m x 6.60m (22'9' x 21'8') Note the latter measurement taken into the recess adjacent to the chimney breast. Currently operating as a workshop / hobby room. Having central heating radiator. The room has a dual aspect with sash window to front and original metal window to rear, which enjoys far reaching views. Wall mounted Worcester combination boiler. Belfast sink with hot and cold water. Power and lighting. Attic Room 6.60m x 5.69m (21'8' x 18'8') Incorporating a feature Queen trust A-frame beam. Plaster (limeash) floor covering. Window to rear overlooking the garden and enjoying far reaching views. Outside The property is approached via a wooden entrance gate which leads into a large block paved driveway / courtyard which provides ample off street parking / turning and storage. In turn the driveway leads to a barn adjacent stable and two bay hay barn. There is an ornamental foregarden with stone edged flowering and herbaceous border plus feature topiary hedging. Barn 9.68m x 4.77m plus 4.21m x 4.85m (31'9' x 15'8' plus 13'10' x 15'11') Being re-roofed with sarking felt and incorporating original trusses and purlins. Three stable doors to front aspect. Doorway leading into an adjacent stable with hay loft over. Two Bay Hay Barn 1.45m x 9.12m (4'9' x 29'11') Garden Store One 3.90m x 2.19m (12'10' x 7'2') Garden Store Two 4.01m x 2.52m (13'2' x 8'3') With exposed ceiling / storage area. Outside the property enjoys lawned garden areas with stone flagged patio and feature pizza oven. The garden extends into a paddock and orchard, incorporating an extensive range of apple trees of various specimens and a well established vegetable garden with raised beds. Glasshouse 6.62m x 3.06m (21'9' x 10'0') Having a range of glazed windows to front and side with glazed roof, having opening roof lights and automatic side windows. Stone tiled floor covering. Power. Feature well established grapevine. Panelled door which leads into the original front entrance hallway. Council Tax Band East Staffordshire - Tax Band G Directional Note The approach from Ashbourne is via the A515 an upon reaching the junction with the A50 bear left at the first roundabout joining the eastbound carriageway of the A50 as signposted towards Derby. Thereafter upon reaching Sudbury Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A515 continue along this road crossing over the river bridge, level crossing and upon reaching the roundabout junction proceed straight ahead following the A515. Continue through the village of Draycot tin the Clay eventually taking the turning on the right into Stubby Lane, follow Stubby Lane where eventually the property can be found located on the right hand side. Viewing Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Ashbourne Office 01335 345460 (AT/JO) You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. View more information

Primary schools


  • Moor Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1LW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Wyaston Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1NB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Cross Side, Ashbourne, DE6 2GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mayfield Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1AS
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Cokayne Avenue, Ashbourne, DE6 1EJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 31/08/2019.
  • Main Road, Ashbourne, DE6 2LB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Yew Tree Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1PG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

5 bed detached House

Derby Road Ashbourne

listed on 2020-11-11  Sequence   

A Grade II Listed detached property with five bedrooms and five reception rooms enjoying delightful gardens and generous parking. Close to Ashbourne Town Centre. This spectacular property has been listed for its special architectural and historic interest. There are beautiful Georgian character features retained throughout, splendid symmetrical proportions and the property was put to use during the Napoleonic war in 1803. This extensive family living accommodation extends over three floors and in addition to six bedrooms and five reception rooms there is great potential for home office working within the basement rooms which include a studio, office, cellars and a separate office with facilities. Very conveniently situated within walking distance of all town amenities and with easily managed and enclosed front gardens with parking. Delightful rear terraces are enclosed. Reception Hall A panelled entrance hall with fan light, smooth limestone flagged floor and staircase to first floor with pitch pine balustrade. Radiator. Rear Hall With a stained glass arched window with views of the rear. Two radiators. A brace and ledged door down onto the stone steps leading to the rear yard. Lounge 15' 1' x 14' 5' max ( 4.60m x 4.39m max ) Front facing sash window with radiator beneath. Adam fireplace with raised limestone hearth and log burning stove. Broad pine boards are exposed and wall light points. Radiator. A broad archway opens to the music room. * Note Steps descend from the lounge into 2 internal cellars. There are located beneath the lounge and the sitting room. Music Room 11' 2' x 14' ( 3.40m x 4.27m ) Side sash window with radiator beneath and exposed pine boards. Each chimney recess has been fitted with open book shelving. Games Room/ Sun Lounge 15' 3' x 15' 5' ( 4.65m x 4.70m ) A triple aspect cast iron framed windows to the front and rear and almost full height/width double glazed patio doors open to the part covered side canopy with delightful views over the gardens. Two radiators. Wall light points. Sitting Room 15' 1' x 14' 7' ( 4.60m x 4.45m ) With a front shuttered sash window and radiator beneath. Impressive Georgian cast iron basket fireplace with oak Adam fireplace. The chimney recess has book shelving and a ceiling beam is exposed. A door opens to a cellar head with steps to the cellar. Dining Kitchen 15' 3' x 15' ( 4.65m x 4.57m ) A large family dining kitchen with a bespoke range of Shaker base and wall cabinets with black granite work surfaces and Belfast sink. There is a 6 burner Canon range inset to a granite recess. The front arched window and side windows provide a delightful aspect allowing plenty of natural daylight. Exposed ceiling beams and recess spotlights. Porcelain tiled floor. Dining Room 14' 1' x 17' 6' ( 4.29m x 5.33m ) A delightfully proportioned room with exposed wide floorboards and a large secondary double glazed sash window to the side with radiator beneath. Centrally positioned carved oak fireplace with display shelving adjacent. Recess glass display cabinets with storage. Radiator. Study 9' 10' x 11' max into cloakroom ( 3.00m x 3.35m max into cloakroom ) The latter measurement is taken into storage cupboards. A versatile and centrally positioned room within the house has cast iron windows to the rear and an extensive range of built in pine storage cupboards. Within the room an iron spiral staircase descends to the basement rooms. Radiator. Ground Floor Cloakroom/ Wc With vanity wash basin, back to the wall wc and window to the rear. First Floor Galleried Landing 15' x 9' max ( 4.57m x 2.74m max ) Secondary glazed sash windows to the front with radiator beneath. The rear landing corridor has a window to the rear and two radiators. Serving bedrooms to the rear of the property. Bedroom One 15' 1' x 14' 4' ( 4.60m x 4.37m ) With a secondary glazed window to the front with radiator beneath. Ornate Georgian basket fireplace with limestone fireplace. A recess has display shelving and storage cupboard. Pine boards are exposed. Access to a roof space. En-Suite Shower Room/ Wc 6' x 14' 3' ( 1.83m x 4.34m ) A spacious modern shower room/ wc with glass tiled shower enclosure with rainhead shower, vanity wash basin, back to wall wc with wengewood and granite effect cabinet. Secondary glazed cast iron window has views across the town. Radiator. Dressing Room 9' x 11' 2' ( 2.74m x 3.40m ) A comprehensive range of floor to ceiling built in wardrobes (included within the measurements) provide extensive hanging rail space and shelving. Secondary glazed cast iron window to the front. Radiator. Box Room 2' 9' x 9' ( 0.84m x 2.74m ) With light and shelving. Bedroom Two 15' 3' x 14' 10' max ( 4.65m x 4.52m max ) Front facing secondary glazed sash window with radiator beneath. Ornate Georgian basket fireplace. Floor to ceiling built in wardrobes and storage cupboards to each chimney recess. The latter measurement is taken into the front of storage cupboards. Bedroom To The Rear Bedrooms and bathrooms to the rear of the property are accessed from the rear landing corridor. Bedroom Three 14' x 12' ( 4.27m x 3.66m ) With a side secondary glazed sash window and radiator. A Victorian ornate cast iron fireplace. Radiator. Laundry Room 4' 4' x 5' 3' ( 1.32m x 1.60m ) Plumbing for a washing machine and space for a dryer. Tiled floor. Rear window. Bathroom/ Wc 10' 9' x 11' 9' ( 3.28m x 3.58m ) A contemporary suite in white includes oval roll top bath with centre taps, large tile and glass corner shower enclosure with rainhead shower, semi pedestal wash basin and back to the wall wc. Porcelain tiled floor and recess ceiling spotlights. Broad vanity mirror. Airing cupboard. Extractor fan. Radiator. Bedroom Four 14' 10' x 11' 6' ( 4.52m x 3.51m ) Side sash window and radiator. Ornate Georgian basket fireplace. Dressing Room 10' 6' x 5' 8' ( 3.20m x 1.73m ) With a rear window and radiator. Bedroom Five Front and side windows. Fireplace. Basement Studio 14' 8' x 17' 8' ( 4.47m x 5.38m ) With limestone tiled floor and full height sliding double glazed windows to the rear courtyard. Belfast sink unit. Basement Office 15' x 12' ( 4.57m x 3.66m ) With double glazed window to the front, oak boarded floor and metal spiral staircase to the first floor. Barrel Vaulted Cellar 15' x 14' 4' ( 4.57m x 4.37m ) With part boarded floor, brick and stone archway and walls, a glass topped natural well. Rear Courtyard Brick and tile rear courtyard enclosed by high stone coped garden walls, planters and delightful stone rear terrace. Exterior wc. Water tap. Timber Deck A large timber deck forming a beautiful sitting out location to admire the courtyard and period character of the building. Studio 11' 9' x 13' 6' ( 3.58m x 4.11m ) With windows overlooking the courtyard. Radiator. Recess ceiling spotlights. En-Suite Cloaks Wc With a low flush suite in white with wash basin. Also with a quarry tiled floor, radiator and front facing window. Barrel Vaulted Cellar Two 15' x 13' 10' ( 4.57m x 4.22m ) Access from beneath the rear timber deck via stone steps. There is a Keston C40 mains gas fired central heating boiler and a 300 litre hot water storage vessel. A turning stone staircase leads up to the second sitting room. Front Gardens Beautiful formal gardens extend beyond the full width of the property to the front and are well screened and shielded from passers by with mature hedging and specimen native trees to the stone boundary wall. A wrought iron gate from the street opens onto the gravelled pathway which is flanked by a large natural stone terrace and a shaped lawned garden. The pathways continue to each side of the property with shrubbery borders. Adjacent to the games room is a large, partially covered, flagged terrace which enjoys a delightful aspect. Parking The parking area is generous and laid to tarmac. Picket gate access to the front courtyard and hole in the wall gate leads directly to the rear courtyard.

Primary schools


  • Moor Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1LW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Wyaston Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1NB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Cross Side, Ashbourne, DE6 2GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mayfield Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1AS
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Cokayne Avenue, Ashbourne, DE6 1EJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 31/08/2019.
  • Main Road, Ashbourne, DE6 2LB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Yew Tree Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1PG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

4 bed detached House

Hall Lane, Wootton, Ashbourne

listed on 2021-04-28  John German   

A beautifully presented Grade II listed four bedroom barn conversion on a 0.29 ACRE CHOICE PLOT with a STUNNING REFITTED KITCHEN and double garage, located on the edge of the sought after village of Wootton.

Primary schools


  • Moor Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1LW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Wyaston Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1NB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Cross Side, Ashbourne, DE6 2GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mayfield Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1AS
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Cokayne Avenue, Ashbourne, DE6 1EJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 31/08/2019.
  • Main Road, Ashbourne, DE6 2LB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Yew Tree Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1PG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

2 bed House

Parwich Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1QJ

listed on 2020-10-23  Savills   

Key features Delightful village setting with attractive, carefully landscaped and maintained gardens. Good sized principal reception with raised open fireplace and wood burner. Fully fitted kitchen Separate snug Two generous first floor bedrooms Spacious bathroom with a separate shower. Situated in the highly sought after village of Parwicj An historic Grade II Listed stone cottage in the heart of this attractive Peak District National Park village. About this property Shaw Lane Cottage is reputed to be one of the oldest properties within Parwich Village and the Listing document dates it from the 17th Century. It is built of limestone with sandstone dressings beneath a tiled roof and enjoys an attractive corner position with a lovely side paved courtyard area, useful stone outbuilding and delightful slightly raised gardens to the rear which allow a wonderful aspect across the village towards the church. The house has been carefully maintained by the current owners and offers excellent accommodation including a lovely principal sitting room and fully fitted kitchen off and with a raised open hearth and wood burning stove. There is a very useful rear snug and to the first floor two good bedrooms off the landing and a very generous bathroom with separate shower. The location of the property makes it ideally suited for owner occupation or for potential or partial investment as a holiday home (subject to any necessary consents). Beautifully presented stone character cottage affording enviable views in the heart of this highly sought after Peak Park village Clare Bingham Property agent Local information Parwich is a much sought after village boasting a wealth of period cottages and houses spread across the village green and Old Pond. Nearby are both the High Peak Trail and the Tissington Trail and the wonderful open countryside of the ‘White Peak'. The market town of Ashbourne lies just 7 miles to the south and there are many renowned tourist attractions within easy reach of the property including Dovedale approx. 7 miles, Carsington Water approx. 5 miles and Thor's Cave and the countryside around Wetton and Alstonefield some 6/7 miles. It is very accessible not only to the market town of Ashbourne, but also other regional centres including Sheffield, Derby, Stoke-on-Trent and further to the north to South Manchester. Train times from Lichfield to London approx. 100 mins. Additional information EPC Exempt

Primary schools


  • Moor Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1LW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Wyaston Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1NB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Cross Side, Ashbourne, DE6 2GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mayfield Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1AS
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Cokayne Avenue, Ashbourne, DE6 1EJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 31/08/2019.
  • Main Road, Ashbourne, DE6 2LB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Yew Tree Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1PG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

4 bed detached House

Atlow Moat House, off Winn Lane , Atlow, Ashbourne

listed on 2021-02-24  Nicholas Bonfield   

BEAUTIFUL GRADE II LISTED 4 BEDROOM FARMHOUSE WITH STUNNING VIEWS ACROSS THE HENMORE VALLEY RETAINING MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES LARGE KITCHEN/DINER PANORAMIC VIEWS FOUR BEDROOMS AND FAMILY BATHROOM LOUNGE WITH WOOD BURNING STOVE BRAND NEW ECO-FRIENDLY WOOD PELLET BOILER CENTRAL HEATING SHARED OWNERSHIP OF 21 ACRES OF ORGANIC LAND, ALLOTMENTS AND SEMI ANCIENT WOODLAND A superb opportunity to acquire a beautiful farmhouse with shared ownership of 21 acres of organic land. This splendid property has everything one could possibly desire from the countryside. This Farmhouse property has a large kitchen/diner, lounge, family bathroom, original salting room and boasting four bedrooms. Outside there is a garden, courtyard and shared usage of land and outbuildings, The property is close to the sort after hamlet of Atlow near to Ashbourne with views towards the valley of the Henmore Brook and is also within easy reach of Carsington Water and the delightful countryside of the Derbyshire Dales. It is considered ideal for those seeking an idyllic rural retreat and early viewing is highly recommended. Atlow Moat House is one of eight homes at Atlow Moat within the Earth Heart Housing Co-operative which owns the freehold of the Grade II Listed, converted farmhouse and barns, each of which is owned on a long leasehold basis. Each of the individual property owners becomes a director of Earth Heart which also owns the surrounding 21 acres of organic land which is managed primarily for nature conservation and includes a secluded, semi-ancient woodland, an extensive area of parkland within which is situated the original Atlow Moat, small pastures, orchard area and allotment gardens. There is also a partially converted/ renovated stone and tile, two-storey barn, the ground floor of which is used for workshop and storage space whilst the first floor is a community meeting room. It is important for interested parties to appreciate that living as part of the Atlow Moat community is very much a lifestyle choice and this involves the completion of a membership application process to become part of the community and purchase a property there. All management decisions are made by the community members on a consensus basis. Energy Performance Certificate not required due to Grade 2 listed status .

Primary schools


  • Moor Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1LW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Wyaston Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1NB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Cross Side, Ashbourne, DE6 2GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mayfield Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1AS
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Cokayne Avenue, Ashbourne, DE6 1EJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 31/08/2019.
  • Main Road, Ashbourne, DE6 2LB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Yew Tree Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1PG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

Flat

52 & 52B, St John Street, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1GH

listed on 2021-03-11  Scargill Mann and Co   

About the property Excellent Investment Opportunity - Grade II Listed butt detached Georgian residence comprising a ground floor office. Two first floor apartments and two second floor apartments - are all currently let. EPC RATINGS - Flat 1 Rating F / Flat 2 Rating C / Flat 3 Rating F General Information An opportunity to acquire an excellent investment close to the very sought after old market town of Ashbourne. The ground floor space (currently unlet) and there are two apartments to the first floor and two apartments to the second floor all of which are let. The property is Grade II Listed as a building of special and/or architectural interest believed to date from the mid 18th century. It is constructed of brick beneath a roof of Staffordshire Blue tiles. The market town of Ashbourne known as the Gateway to the famous Peak District National Park provides an excellent and varied range of amenities including shops, schools, transport and recreational facilities and is situated only 13 miles west of Derby city centre. The A50 dual carriageway is located miles 8 miles south of the town and provides convenient onward travel to the M6 and Stoke on Trent to the west and other East Midlands centres to the east. Accommodation 52 St John Street (Currently trading) Six-panel entrance door to: Reception 3.54m x 4.71m (11'7' x 15'5') Central heating radiator. Sash window. Telephone jack point. Fluorescent lighting. Office One 4.70m x 3.19m (15'5' x 10'6') Central heating radiator. Fluorescent lighting. Sash window with secondary glazing. Telephone jack point. Inner Hall Central heating radiator. Office Two 4.10m x 3.58m (13'5' x 11'9') Central heating radiator. Fluorescent lighting. Built-in storage cupboard. Double glazed window. Staff Kitchen 2.92m x 3.59m (9'7' x 11'9') Roll-edged preparation surface with tiled surround inset stainless steel sink unit, under cupboards and appliance space beneath. Wall mounted Glow-worm Swiftflo gas fired central heating boiler. Fluorescent lighting. Double glazed window. Central heating radiator. Separate Staff Cloakroom Facilities Having white fittings including a wash basin with tiled splashback, low suite w.c. Central heating radiator. Door from the inner hall area to: Steps down to a small walled courtyard. 52b St John Street, Ashbourne Six-panel door to: Communal Entrance Hall Staircase to the first and second floors off. Cellar Area 7.75m x 4.47m (25'5' x 14'8') Vaulted Cellar Off Store Room 4.55m x 4.45m (14'11' x 14'7') Enclosed staircase to the main hall of the apartment accommodation On The First Floor Landing Storage cupboard off. Apartment One Entrance Hall L-shaped Lounge/dining Room With RECESSED KITCHEN OFF comprising: Lounge/dining Area 6.19m x 2.68m (20'4' x 8'10') Electric night storage heaters. Double glazed windows. Kitchen Area 2.66m x 1.95m (8'9' x 6'5') Roll-edged preparation surface with tiled surround, inset stainless steel sink unit with under cupboards drawers and appliance space beneath. Adjacent cooker recess. Further base unit. Double eye-level cupboard. Extractor fan. Double glazed window. Wide square archway to BEDROOM AREA OFF measuring 3.29m x 2.07m (10'9' x 6'9') Bathroom Having a white suite complemented by half ceramic wall tiling and including a panelled bath, hand grips and separate Gainsborough electric shower over, pedestal wash basin with strip light over incorporating a shaver point, low suite w.c., electric extractor fan. Airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder and fitted immersion heater and shelf. Apartment Two Entrance Hall Having airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder and fitted immersion heater. Lounge/dining Room/fitted Kitchen 5.39m x 3.68m (17'8' x 12'1') Electric night storage heater. Two secondary glazed sash windows providing a very pleasant view over the old Ashbourne street. The kitchen area features a roll edged preparation surface with tile surround, inset stainless steel sink unit, under cupboards, drawers and appliance space beneath including plumbing for an washing machine. Adjacent cooker recess. Further base unit. Further eye level cupboard. Utility recess with fitted shelf. Bedroom 3.55m x 2.96m (11'8' x 9'9') Electric panel radiator. Secondary glazed sash window again overlooking St John Street. Half Tiled Bathroom With white fittings including a panelled bath with hand grips and separate Triton Total 2 electric shower over. Pedestal wash basin. Low suite w.c. Electric extractor fan. Striplight incorporating a shaver point. Wall mounted Dimplex fan-assisted heater. On The Second Floor Semi-galleried Landing Sash window. Apartment Three Entrance Hall Built-in airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder, fitted immersion heater and shelf. Lounge/dining Area 6.07m x 2.57m (19'11' x 8'5') Two electric night storage heaters. Fine exposed ceiling truss. Two double glazed window. Kitchen Area 2.37m x 1.94m (7'9' x 6'4') Roll-edged L-shaped preparation surface with ceramic tiled surround, inset stainless steel sink unit and appliance space beneath. Adjacent cooker recess. Further base unit with drawers beneath and tiled splashback. Double eye-level cupboard. Velux double glazed rooflight. Wide square archway from the lounge area to: Bedroom 4.00m x 2.15m (13'1' x 7'1') Velux double glazed roof light. Half Tiled Bathroom With white suite including a panelled bath, handgrips and separate Mira Advance electric shower over. Pedestal wash basin strip light over incorporating a shaver point. Low suite w.c. Extractor fan. Wall mounted Dimplex fan-assisted heater. Velux double glazed rooflight. Apartment Four Entrance Hall Lounge/dining Room/fitted Kitchen 5.39m x 4.79m (17'8' x 15'9') Two electric night storage heaters. Two secondary glazed sash windows overlooking St John Street. The kitchen area feature roll-edged preparation surface, ceramic tiled surround, inset stainless steel sink unit, under cupboards, drawers and appliance space beneath. Adjacent cooker recess. Further base unit with tiled splashback. Three-door eye-level cupboard. Bedroom 3.50m x 2.96m (11'6' x 9'9') Electric panel radiator. Secondary glazed sash window. Half Tiled Bathroom With white fittings including a panelled bath with handgrips and separate Gainsborough electric shower over. Pedestal wash basin. Low suite w.c. Striplight incorporating a shaver point. Extractor fan. Wall mounted Dimplex fan-assisted heater. Please note: We would point out that each individual apartment has door entry control phones for the main entrance door. Current Rent Schedule 52 St John Street Ground floor off premises let to a firm of Accountants at a rental of £520 per calendar month. 52a St John Street Apartment One: Assured Shorthold Tenancy - £320 per calendar month. Apartment Two: Assured Shorthold Tenancy - £320 per calendar month. Apartment Three: Assured Shorthold Tenancy - £295 per calendar month. Apartment Four: Assured Shorthold Tenancy - £350 per calendar month. Total PCM £1,805 Council Tax Derbyshire Dales - D Directional Note The approach from the Ashbourne office by proceeding down the hill left into St John Street and the property will be located on the right hand side. Viewing Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Ashbourne Office (DM - 27.02.14) You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. 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Primary schools


  • Moor Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1LW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Wyaston Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1NB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Cross Side, Ashbourne, DE6 2GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mayfield Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1AS
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Cokayne Avenue, Ashbourne, DE6 1EJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 31/08/2019.
  • Main Road, Ashbourne, DE6 2LB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Yew Tree Lane, Ashbourne, DE6 1PG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection