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21 bed detached House

Ashbourne, Staffordshire

listed on 2020-12-03  Fine and Country   

Guide Price £3,000,000 21 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Ashbourne, Staffordshire 21 11 Dating back to 1852 is this magnificent country estate, which centres around a handsome Grade II listed Jacobean-style manor. Surrounded by spectacular gardens and grounds, extending to around eleven acres, this exceptional property located in a prominent position occupies a truly enviable rural location with river frontage on the edge of the Peak District and just a couple of miles from the popular historic market town of Ashbourne. The house became the Royal Pharmaceutical Societys convalescent home in April 1946. In 1938, as the threat of war increased, the Society had the foresight to consider moving some of its activities out of London. As a result, it bought the lease of the house in May 1939, four months before the outbreak of war. After nearly 60 years as the Societys convalescent home, Birdsgrove House was sold by the trustees of the Royal Pharmaceutical Societys Benevolent Fund to the current owners. In addition to the main residence there is also a former coach house with stables and a four-bedroom cottage. Hope Cottage is set away from the main house, comprises of four-bedrooms and has recently been refurbished by the current owners. The Cottage also has around an acre of beautiful gardens. Note: There is an option to purchase the main house along with the coach house, stables and circa 10 acres for the sum of £2,500,000, which excludes Hope Cottage and approximately 1 acre of grounds. Please Click on the Property Brochure below for full details of this property, or call us for more information. Property Features Stunning Grade II Listed property Eighteen-bedroom property Stunning Clive Christian kitchen Large lounge 11 acres of grounds with river frontage Separate Coach House Additional four-bedroom cottage with an acre of gardens Stunning rural location Planning achieved for internal bedroom and stair improvements / modifications Tenure: Freehold Media

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 with land

Derbyshire Derbyshire

Features A fantastic period property with office space two cottages outbuildings grassland and woodland All with wonderful uninterrupted views Grade II listed house with reception hall sitting room snug and dining room Open plan living-dining kitchen with contemporary glazed extension Share This Property VIEWINGS AVAILABLE - A fantastic period property, along with two cottages, an office suite, outbuildings, grassland and woodland, all with wonderful uninterrupted views. Situation Rodsleywood Farm is situated in a wonderful position about 500 metres north of the village of Rodsley and enjoys superb far reaching views over undulating Derbyshire countryside. The neighbouring villages of Wyaston, Shirley and Yeavely offer pubs and a wider range of facilities can be found in the market town of Ashbourne, about 5 miles to the north. The area is popular for many leisure pursuits including walking, horse riding and cycling. Water sports can be enjoyed at Carsington Water and the edge of the Peak District National Park, with its renowned scenery, is approximately 6 miles to the north. Despite its rural location there are good transport links via the A50, A38 providing access to the M1 and M6 motorways. Rail services are available at Derby and Litchfield with fast links to Birmingham and London. There are a number of renowned schools in the area including Denstone College, Abbotsholme, Repton School, Foremarke Hall Preparatory School, Derby High School and Derby Grammar School. Description Rodsleywood Farm includes a charming Grade II listed farmhouse retaining a great array of period features, with a range of traditional farm buildings converted into two cottages, an office suite and gym space, with further outbuildings, set within about 5.84 acres and benefitting from great views. The three-storey cruciform house is constructed of mellow red brick beneath a blue tiled roof and stands in well maintained formal gardens and is well positioned to enjoy great uninterrupted views from its elevated position. In addition to the main accommodation, the two cottages are let on short term tenancies but could be utilised as holiday lets, or as accommodation for dependant relatives or guests. Further outbuildings provide useful storage and garaging but may provide scope for other uses, subject to consents.   In all the property extends to approximately 5.84 acres including grazing land and woodland. Accommodation The front door leads into a wonderful panelled reception hall with a fireplace and stone floor. Doors lead off to the sitting room, snug and dining room. The sitting room has a fireplace with a reeded timber surround and woodburner; there are exposed ceiling timbers as well as an outlook to the south. The snug has windows to three walls, a fireplace and wonderful exposed timber stud work providing some division for a study area. Access to a small cellar, used to store logs, is via a short flight of steps leading down from this room, and which can also be accessed externally. The dining room is well proportioned and is accessed off both the hallway and the kitchen. The living-dining kitchen is a key feature of the house and was remodelled in 2012 to create a superb space with a dining area and glazed garden room section. The latter in particular has a wonderful outlook over the garden and the countryside to the south. There is a U-shaped range of hardwood wall and floor mounted units with granite worksurfaces. A range of fitted appliances include a dishwasher, an electric three oven AGA with an electric two oven AGA companion, AGA fridge and wine cooler, and Quooker hot water tap. This room benefits from air-conditioning as well as electric underfloor heating. There is a flagstone floor and the full height ceiling showing a king-post structure is a particularly striking feature. There is ample space for a large dining table and the glazed extension works really well as a sitting area and in turn opens onto the terrace. Accessed directly off the kitchen is a utility room with a range of fitted units, granite work surfaces and an external door. There is a separate WC. The first-floor accommodation includes a landing with a fantastic archway and exposed structural timbers leading to the master bedroom suite which includes a bedroom with full height ceiling, a dressing area combined with an en suite shower room, and great views to the south-east. There are four further bedrooms, one being on the second floor and one with a mezzanine sleeping area (ideal for younger residents) as well as a family bathroom, a separate shower room, and airing cupboard with a pressurised hot water system. Office suite Accessed externally via the courtyard garden is the home office, offering ground floor and mezzanine space with a kitchenette and WC. This area has been used extensively by the current vendors as an office space and it provided five workstations (with CAT 5 wiring and three phone lines) but it has scope to be put to a variety of uses such as additional accommodation, an extension to the house's accommodation, or as a leisure wing. In all, the house including home offices extends to about 4,000 sq ft (gross internal area - GIA). The Cottages House Martin and Barn Owl are a pair of spacious barn conversions together offering in excess of 2,000 sq ft of accommodation (GIA) over two floors and could be used as separate units or as one utilising a linking door. They offer the following accommodation: House Martin An entrance hall with natural stone flooring and a built-in storage space leads through to a lovely sitting room of 18'1' x 17'9' (approximate) with oak flooring, exposed beams, a fireplace with a wood burning stove, and an external door. Accessed off this room is a kitchen with a range of fitted units. A ground floor bedroom has oak flooring and an en suite shower room. The second bedroom is on the first floor and has an adjoining bathroom. Barn Owl An entrance hall connects to a kitchen with stone tiles, a full height ceiling with beams. The sitting room has oak flooring, a fireplace and wood burning stove. Also, on the ground floor is an en suite bedroom. The second and third bedrooms are on the first floor with a bathroom. Both cottages benefit from good views, have their own gardens and car parking areas. Current income from the cottages is an impressive £19,080 per annum. Outside An understated gateway leads off the lane and onto the driveway of Rodsleywood Farm, which sweeps up to the house and outbuildings where it splits in order to separate the access to the house from that of the cottages. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with well-kept borders but include fruit trees, such as apple and damson trees, as well as oak trees, horse chestnut and willows. Adjoining the west side of the house is a stone flagged terrace and a gravelled south-facing courtyard garden with box hedging, raised beds, roses and a herb garden. There is an outside thermostatic hot water tap, ideal for dog washing! The outbuildings include an excellent steel framed barn of 38'9' x 29'6' with a concrete floor and water and power connected. This building provides excellent garaging and storage space but might also be partitioned to provide stabling. A brick built double garage with workshop might also provide scope to be converted to additional accommodation if required, subject to the necessary consents. To the east of the house is about 3.25 acres of grazing land, with 0.62 acres of woodland to the north. Rodsleywood Farm presents a great opportunity to purchase a property which would be a wonderful home with an abundance of space to enjoy, but which also presents great scope to provide accommodation for independent relatives and guests within the cottages, or to generate an income through holiday lets (or longer term tenancies). The office space provides a great opportunity to base a business from (so saving the cost of renting premises elsewhere) or could be put to other uses such as gymn space or further accommodation, subject to any necessary consents.   Last Modified 01/03/2021

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 House

Hall Lane, Middle Mayfield, Ashbourne

listed on 2019-12-10  Saxton Mee   

A rare opportunity to acquire a period 16th century Grade II* listed Tudor hall set within the beautiful rural conservation area of Middle Mayfield close to the historic town of Ashbourne. Set within approx a half acre site the Old Hall suggests a quintessentially English lifestyle offering comfortable family living within a unique period setting. This stunning five bedroomed property has undergone an approved programme of renovation and refurbishment and retains many rare and impressive period features including a superb relief moulded Jacobean ceiling and a spectacular heavy oak Bressumer beamed inglenook fireplace. Well appointed bespoke breakfast kitchen, ground floor shower room and luxury family bathroom. Homeworking office with dedicated phoneline broadband access, allowing multimedia streaming via CAT 6 high speed data cabling to the ground floor drawing room. VACANT POSSESSION Hall Lane, Middle Mayfield, Ashbourne on a Map

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 House

Church Lane, Brailsford, Ashbourne

listed on 2020-09-19  John German   

VIRTUAL 360 TOUR AVAILABLE – An ELEGANT & CHARMING four bedroom grade II listed barn conversion set in a SMALL EXCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT WITH VIEWS and ORCHARD totalling 0.44 acres. BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED THROUGHOUT with some impressive features including vaulted ceilings.

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

Brookside Cottage Pickleys Lane, Doveridge, Derbyshire, DE6 5NT

listed on 2020-10-15  Parker Hall   

**ANNEXE/HOME OFFICE SUITE & MATURE 0.6 ACRE GARDEN PLOT** Nestled down a quiet lane on the edge of Doveridge is Brookside Cottage, a picturesque detached Grade II Listed cottage showcasing historic character throughout, four bedrooms plus a versatile one bedroom annexe/home office suite and stunning cottage gardens extending to 0.6 acre. Presenting an idyllic exterior, this individual timber framed cottage originally dates back to the 1600s and has been well maintained throughout its time with the current vendors, having had the roof re-thatched in 2017. The well presented interiors retain character beams throughout and comprise galleried reception hall, dining room, sitting room, dining and living kitchen, utility, cloakroom WC and walk in cloaks cupboard/study to the ground floor, with four bedrooms and a family bathroom off the first floor landing. Outside, beautiful cottage gardens extend to a generous size and are bordered by a trickling brook and a charming children s nature trail created by the current owners. There is parking to the fore of the double garage and accessed from the rear terrace is a self contained annexe/home office suite comprising a garden room, living space/office with kitchen, shower room and mezzanine bedroom, being ideal for use as a guest house, accommodation for a dependent relative of an excellent home office suite. Brookside Cottage offers a unique opportunity to acquire a property of this unique calibre and is serviced by oil fired central heating and majority secondary glazing. Doveridge is a rural Derbyshire village set just off the A50, being home to a thriving community and amenities including a village hall, St Cuthberts Church, a village shop and the Cavendish Arms pub, all set within a short walk from the property. There is a regular bus route running through the village giving access to surrounding villages and towns, and the closest train station lies at Uttoxeter where links to Derby, Stoke on Trent and Crewe can be found. The A50 provides ease of access to commercial centres including Uttoxeter, Derby and Stoke on Trent, as well as to the motorway network beyond. The village is home to the Doveridge County Primary School which feeds into Oldfields Hall Middle School and Thomas Alleynes High School, both of which are located in Uttoxeter. Show full description Hide full description

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 2021-03-03  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

5 bed House

Brook-Lynn, 26, Brook End, Repton, Derby, Derbyshire, DE65

listed on 2020-10-02  Fisher German LLP   

VIEWINGS AVAILABLE - A charming and very well-presented period house within the sought-after village of Repton. Sitting room Dining room Kitchen with pantry 5 bedrooms Bathroom and shower room Delightful courtyard garden Three-storey accommodation extending to about 1,800 sq ft (gross internal area) Grade II listed for its historical importance Situation Brook-Lynn is situated close to the edge of the popular Derbyshire village of Repton. This historical village offers an excellent range of amenities, shops and pubs and is home to one of Britain’s oldest and finest public schools, founded in 1557 by Sir John Port; Brook-Lynn is very well positioned for access to the school. In addition, other notable schools in the area include Foremarke Preparatory School (Repton Prep), Denstone College, Derby Grammar School and Derby High School. Road communication links in the area are excellent with Birmingham, Leicester, Derby and Nottingham all within commuting distance. Rail links and East Midlands Airport are also within easy reach. The area offers a wide range of sporting facilities including sailing clubs at Swarkestone, Foremark Reservoir and Staunton Harold Reservoir, and motor racing at Donington Park. The Peak District National Park, offering an array of outdoor pursuits, is easily accessible from Repton. A great choice of public footpaths can be accessed from Repton with some leading to the River Trent and Foremark Reservoir. Description Brook-Lynn is a very well-presented family home which was constructed in the late 18th Century with red brick elevations, a plain tile roof and dentil eaves cornicing, and it has been listed Grade II for its historical importance. The three-storey accommodation extends to about 1,800 sq ft (gross internal area) and has been significantly improved by the current owners but a great range of period features have been retained. On the ground floor there is a sitting room with sash window and fireplace with impressive surround and decorative tiled panels. The fireplace is flanked by inset bookshelves. The adjoining dining room is well proportioned and includes an oak floor, cornicing and picture rails. Accessed off a rear hallway, the kitchen is fitted with base mounted units with a gas fired AGA, a lovely quarry tiled floor, and exposed ceiling timbers with clothes airer. Accessed off the kitchen is a pantry with a range of fitted shelving. On the first floor is a principal bedroom with a large range of fitted wardrobes, and two further bedrooms, each featuring a fireplace. The family bathroom has a fantastic Pashley bicycle wash hand basin stand, a floor with hand painted tiles, half height panelling, and a rolltop bath. The second floor includes two further bedrooms and a superb shower room. Outside, the current owners have totally relandscaped the courtyard garden to create a fantastic space for entertaining. There is a choice of seating areas, a pergola and base for an outdoor kitchen with gas BBQ (available by separate negotiation) and secondary gas burner, stainless steel drawers and door fronts. A passageway provides access from the courtyard to the front of the property, and also acts as a storage area.

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

3 bed detached House

Main Road, Brailsford

listed on 2020-10-25  John German   

An ENCHANTING GRADE II LISTED three bedroom semi detached GEORGIAN FARMHOUSE located on the edge of the popular village of Brailsford with accommodation extending to 1950 sq.ft gross internal area. VIDEO VIEWING AVAILABLE.

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

3 bed House

Edlaston Mews, Edlaston, Ashbourne

listed on 2020-11-22  John German   

A charming GRADE II LISTED BARN CONVERSION in an exclusive development within Edlaston, offering DEVEPTIVELY SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION.

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

10 bed detached House with land

Rodsleywood Farm, Rodsley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6

listed on 2020-08-18  Fisher German LLP   

VIEWINGS AVAILABLE - A fantastic period property, along with two cottages, an office suite, outbuildings, grassland and woodland, all with wonderful uninterrupted views. A fantastic period property, with office space, two cottages, outbuildings, grassland and woodland All with wonderful uninterrupted views Grade II listed house with reception hall, sitting room, snug and dining room Open plan living-dining kitchen with contemporary glazed extension, adjoining utility room and WC Master bedroom with en suite bathroom and 4 further bedrooms, family bathroom and shower room Office space which previously provided 5 workstations, with 3 telephone lines, CAT 5 wiring, and independant acccess, with potential for various uses Two cottages offering five bedrooms in total and combined accommodation extending to about 2,070 sq ft (GIA) Outbuildings including a steel framed barn, and double garage with workshop Formal gardens, padock land and woodland, about 5.84 acres in all Excellent income generating potential from the offices and cottages Situation Rodsleywood Farm is situated in a wonderful position about 500 metres north of the village of Rodsley and enjoys superb far reaching views over undulating Derbyshire countryside. The neighbouring villages of Wyaston, Shirley and Yeavely offer pubs and a wider range of facilities can be found in the market town of Ashbourne, about 5 miles to the north. The area is popular for many leisure pursuits including walking, horse riding and cycling. Water sports can be enjoyed at Carsington Water and the edge of the Peak District National Park, with its renowned scenery, is approximately 6 miles to the north. Despite its rural location there are good transport links via the A50, A38 providing access to the M1 and M6 motorways. Rail services are available at Derby and Litchfield with fast links to Birmingham and London. There are a number of renowned schools in the area including Denstone College, Abbotsholme, Repton School, Foremarke Hall Preparatory School, Derby High School and Derby Grammar School. Description Rodsleywood Farm includes a charming Grade II listed farmhouse retaining a great array of period features, with a range of traditional farm buildings converted into two cottages, an office suite and gym space, with further outbuildings, set within about 5.84 acres and benefitting from great views. The three-storey cruciform house is constructed of mellow red brick beneath a blue tiled roof and stands in well maintained formal gardens and is well positioned to enjoy great uninterrupted views from its elevated position. In addition to the main accommodation, the two cottages are let on short term tenancies but could be utilised as holiday lets, or as accommodation for dependant relatives or guests. Further outbuildings provide useful storage and garaging but may provide scope for other uses, subject to consents. In all the property extends to approximately 5.84 acres including grazing land and woodland. Accommodation The front door leads into a wonderful panelled reception hall with a fireplace and stone floor. Doors lead off to the sitting room, snug and dining room. The sitting room has a fireplace with a reeded timber surround and woodburner; there are exposed ceiling timbers as well as an outlook to the south. The snug has windows to three walls, a fireplace and wonderful exposed timber stud work providing some division for a study area. Access to a small cellar, used to store logs, is via a short flight of steps leading down from this room, and which can also be accessed externally. The dining room is well proportioned and is accessed off both the hallway and the kitchen. The living-dining kitchen is a key feature of the house and was remodelled in 2012 to create a superb space with a dining area and glazed garden room section. The latter in particular has a wonderful outlook over the garden and the countryside to the south. There is a U-shaped range of hardwood wall and floor mounted units with granite worksurfaces. A range of fitted appliances include a dishwasher, an electric three oven AGA with an electric two oven AGA companion, AGA fridge and wine cooler, and Quooker hot water tap. This room benefits from air-conditioning as well as electric underfloor heating. There is a flagstone floor and the full height ceiling showing a king-post structure is a particularly striking feature. There is ample space for a large dining table and the glazed extension works really well as a sitting area and in turn opens onto the terrace. Accessed directly off the kitchen is a utility room with a range of fitted units, granite work surfaces and an external door. There is a separate WC. The first-floor accommodation includes a landing with a fantastic archway and exposed structural timbers leading to the master bedroom suite which includes a bedroom with full height ceiling, a dressing area combined with an en suite shower room, and great views to the south-east. There are four further bedrooms, one being on the second floor and one with a mezzanine sleeping area (ideal for younger residents) as well as a family bathroom, a separate shower room, and airing cupboard with a pressurised hot water system. Office suite Accessed externally via the courtyard garden is the home office, offering ground floor and mezzanine space with a kitchenette and WC. This area has been used extensively by the current vendors as an office space and it provided five workstations (with CAT 5 wiring and three phone lines) but it has scope to be put to a variety of uses such as additional accommodation, an extension to the house's accommodation, or as a leisure wing. In all, the house including home offices extends to about 4,000 sq ft (gross internal area - GIA). The Cottages House Martin and Barn Owl are a pair of spacious barn conversions together offering in excess of 2,000 sq ft of accommodation (GIA) over two floors and could be used as separate units or as one utilising a linking door. They offer the following accommodation: House Martin An entrance hall with natural stone flooring and a built-in storage space leads through to a lovely sitting room of 18'1' x 17'9' (approximate) with oak flooring, exposed beams, a fireplace with a wood burning stove, and an external door. Accessed off this room is a kitchen with a range of fitted units. A ground floor bedroom has oak flooring and an en suite shower room. The second bedroom is on the first floor and has an adjoining bathroom. Barn Owl An entrance hall connects to a kitchen with stone tiles, a full height ceiling with beams. The sitting room has oak flooring, a fireplace and wood burning stove. Also, on the ground floor is an en suite bedroom. The second and third bedrooms are on the first floor with a bathroom. Both cottages benefit from good views, have their own gardens and car parking areas. Current income from the cottages is an impressive £19,080 per annum. Outside An understated gateway leads off the lane and onto the driveway of Rodsleywood Farm, which sweeps up to the house and outbuildings where it splits in order to separate the access to the house from that of the cottages. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with well-kept borders but include fruit trees, such as apple and damson trees, as well as oak trees, horse chestnut and willows. Adjoining the west side of the house is a stone flagged terrace and a gravelled south-facing courtyard garden with box hedging, raised beds, roses and a herb garden. There is an outside thermostatic hot water tap, ideal for dog washing! The outbuildings include an excellent steel framed barn of 38'9' x 29'6' with a concrete floor and water and power connected. This building provides excellent garaging and storage space but might also be partitioned to provide stabling. A brick built double garage with workshop might also provide scope to be converted to additional accommodation if required, subject to the necessary consents. To the east of the house is about 3.25 acres of grazing land, with 0.62 acres of woodland to the north. Rodsleywood Farm presents a great opportunity to purchase a property which would be a wonderful home with an abundance of space to enjoy, but which also presents great scope to provide accommodation for independent relatives and guests within the cottages, or to generate an income through holiday lets (or longer term tenancies). The office space provides a great opportunity to base a business from (so saving the cost of renting premises elsewhere) or could be put to other uses such as gymn space or further accommodation, subject to any necessary consents.

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 with land

5.84 acres, Ashbourne, Derbyshire - UKLandandFarms.co.uk

listed on 2020-08-20  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

5.84 acres, Ashbourne, Derbyshire For Sale - POA A fantastic period property with office space two cottages outbuildings grassland and woodland All with wonderful uninterrupted views Grade II listed house with reception hall sitting room snug and dining room Open plan living-dining kitchen with contemporary glazed extension VIEWINGS AVAILABLE - A fantastic period property, along with two cottages, an office suite, outbuildings, grassland and woodland, all with wonderful uninterrupted views. Description Situation Rodsleywood Farm is situated in a wonderful position about 500 metres north of the village of Rodsley and enjoys superb far reaching views over undulating Derbyshire countryside. The neighbouring villages of Wyaston, Shirley and Yeavely offer pubs and a wider range of facilities can be found in the market town of Ashbourne, about 5 miles to the north. The area is popular for many leisure pursuits including walking, horse riding and cycling. Water sports can be enjoyed at Carsington Water and the edge of the Peak District National Park, with its renowned scenery, is approximately 6 miles to the north. Despite its rural location there are good transport links via the A50, A38 providing access to the M1 and M6 motorways. Rail services are available at Derby and Litchfield with fast links to Birmingham and London. There are a number of renowned schools in the area including Denstone College, Abbotsholme, Repton School, Foremarke Hall Preparatory School, Derby High School and Derby Grammar School. Description Rodsleywood Farm includes a charming Grade II listed farmhouse retaining a great array of period features, with a range of traditional farm buildings converted into two cottages, an office suite and gym space, with further outbuildings, set within about 5.84 acres and benefitting from great views. The three-storey cruciform house is constructed of mellow red brick beneath a blue tiled roof and stands in well maintained formal gardens and is well positioned to enjoy great uninterrupted views from its elevated position. In addition to the main accommodation, the two cottages are let on short term tenancies but could be utilised as holiday lets, or as accommodation for dependant relatives or guests. Further outbuildings provide useful storage and garaging but may provide scope for other uses, subject to consents.   In all the property extends to approximately 5.84 acres including grazing land and woodland. Accommodation The front door leads into a wonderful panelled reception hall with a fireplace and stone floor. Doors lead off to the sitting room, snug and dining room. The sitting room has a fireplace with a reeded timber surround and woodburner; there are exposed ceiling timbers as well as an outlook to the south. The snug has windows to three walls, a fireplace and wonderful exposed timber stud work providing some division for a study area. Access to a small cellar, used to store logs, is via a short flight of steps leading down from this room, and which can also be accessed externally. The dining room is well proportioned and is accessed off both the hallway and the kitchen. The living-dining kitchen is a key feature of the house and was remodelled in 2012 to create a superb space with a dining area and glazed garden room section. The latter in particular has a wonderful outlook over the garden and the countryside to the south. There is a U-shaped range of hardwood wall and floor mounted units with granite worksurfaces. A range of fitted appliances include a dishwasher, an electric three oven AGA with an electric two oven AGA companion, AGA fridge and wine cooler, and Quooker hot water tap. This room benefits from air-conditioning as well as electric underfloor heating. There is a flagstone floor and the full height ceiling showing a king-post structure is a particularly striking feature. There is ample space for a large dining table and the glazed extension works really well as a sitting area and in turn opens onto the terrace. Accessed directly off the kitchen is a utility room with a range of fitted units, granite work surfaces and an external door. There is a separate WC. The first-floor accommodation includes a landing with a fantastic archway and exposed structural timbers leading to the master bedroom suite which includes a bedroom with full height ceiling, a dressing area combined with an en suite shower room, and great views to the south-east. There are four further bedrooms, one being on the second floor and one with a mezzanine sleeping area (ideal for younger residents) as well as a family bathroom, a separate shower room, and airing cupboard with a pressurised hot water system. Office suite Accessed externally via the courtyard garden is the home office, offering ground floor and mezzanine space with a kitchenette and WC. This area has been used extensively by the current vendors as an office space and it provided five workstations (with CAT 5 wiring and three phone lines) but it has scope to be put to a variety of uses such as additional accommodation, an extension to the house's accommodation, or as a leisure wing. In all, the house including home offices extends to about 4,000 sq ft (gross internal area - GIA). The Cottages House Martin and Barn Owl are a pair of spacious barn conversions together offering in excess of 2,000 sq ft of accommodation (GIA) over two floors and could be used as separate units or as one utilising a linking door. They offer the following accommodation: House Martin An entrance hall with natural stone flooring and a built-in storage space leads through to a lovely sitting room of 18'1' x 17'9' (approximate) with oak flooring, exposed beams, a fireplace with a wood burning stove, and an external door. Accessed off this room is a kitchen with a range of fitted units. A ground floor bedroom has oak flooring and an en suite shower room. The second bedroom is on the first floor and has an adjoining bathroom. Barn Owl An entrance hall connects to a kitchen with stone tiles, a full height ceiling with beams. The sitting room has oak flooring, a fireplace and wood burning stove. Also, on the ground floor is an en suite bedroom. The second and third bedrooms are on the first floor with a bathroom. Both cottages benefit from good views, have their own gardens and car parking areas. Current income from the cottages is an impressive £19,080 per annum. Outside An understated gateway leads off the lane and onto the driveway of Rodsleywood Farm, which sweeps up to the house and outbuildings where it splits in order to separate the access to the house from that of the cottages. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with well-kept borders but include fruit trees, such as apple and damson trees, as well as oak trees, horse chestnut and willows. Adjoining the west side of the house is a stone flagged terrace and a gravelled south-facing courtyard garden with box hedging, raised beds, roses and a herb garden. There is an outside thermostatic hot water tap, ideal for dog washing! The outbuildings include an excellent steel framed barn of 38'9' x 29'6' with a concrete floor and water and power connected. This building provides excellent garaging and storage space but might also be partitioned to provide stabling. A brick built double garage with workshop might also provide scope to be converted to additional accommodation if required, subject to the necessary consents. To the east of the house is about 3.25 acres of grazing land, with 0.62 acres of woodland to the north. Rodsleywood Farm presents a great opportunity to purchase a property which would be a wonderful home with an abundance of space to enjoy, but which also presents great scope to provide accommodation for independent relatives and guests within the cottages, or to generate an income through holiday lets (or longer term tenancies). The office space provides a great opportunity to base a business from (so saving the cost of renting premises elsewhere) or could be put to other uses such as gymn space or further accommodation, subject to any necessary consents. Acreage: 5.84 Acres

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