7 bed flat
Marston Hall, Marston-on-Dove, Hilton, Derby, Derbyshire, DE65
Situation A substantial Grade II Listed country house with a good range of farm buildings and land e ...
Situation A substantial Grade II Listed country house with a good range of farm buildings and land extending to about 43.79 acres. Description Comfortable accommodation with scope for refurbishment 4 reception rooms and 7 bedrooms Self-contained apartment suite with private access Residential accommodation extending to about 7,800 sqft in all Mature gardens and grounds with lovely views An extensive range of farm buildings with potential for development Pasture and arable land Grounds extending in all to about 43.79 acres (17.72 ha) Additional land by separate negotiation Situation Marston Hall sits within the Parish of Marston on Dove in South Derbyshire. The parish is nine miles south west of Derby and two miles south east of the village of Tutbury. Within the Parish, the Church of St Mary dates from the 13th Century and houses the oldest bell in Derbyshire, cast in Leicester in 1366. Marston Hall offers a rural way of life yet in an incredibly convenient location, with easily accessible fast communications links. The property is very well located for access to a number of major roads, including the A50 and A38 connecting to the M1, M6 and M42. Rail services are available with fast services from Derby (8 miles away) to London St Pancras and then Europe via Eurostar. The Cross Country route between Aberdeen and Penzance is available at Burton on Trent (4 miles); there is a local rail service from Tutbury and Hatton train station (2.5 miles). East Midlands Airport, Manchester Airport and Birmingham International Airport are all within easy reach. Derby Aero Club at Egginton 2 miles away provides opportunities for private air travel. The area offers a wide range of highly regarded private and state schools Repton School, Denstone College, Foremarke Hall Preparatory School and Abbotsholme School. including Derby Grammar School and the John Port Academy. Description The current property, in the ancient Manor of Marston juxta Tutbury, appears to originate from the mid 1700's and with significant development in the mid and late1800's. It is of brick and rendered construction under slate. The elevations have fine fenestration, mainly with traditional sash windows and with Virginia creeper and climbing hydrangea giving the house a lovely mellow appearance. Adjacent to the House, there is an extensive range of traditional and modern farm buildings that form three yards. The traditional range would appear to offer potential for development into residential use under Class Q of the General Permitted Development Order 2018. Development for office or commercial use would be subject to gaining the necessary planning consent. The property sits in land extending to about 43 acres and there may be additional land available by separate negotiation. The current owners have held the property since it was first built. Accommodation Ground Floor Stone steps rise to the main entrance with double oak, partly glazed doors opening to the reception hall. The impressive hall has an oak floor, moulded cornices, picture rail and an elegant open fireplace. Radiating off the reception hall are the principal reception rooms. The large drawing room has windows on the south and west sides including a deep projecting bay with window seats. The room features high ceilings with moulded cornices and a most attractive fireplace with elaborate painted timber mantelpiece. The elegant dining room has full height sash windows overlooking the front gardens and parkland, ornate moulded ceiling cornices and a most impressive open fireplace with a tall marble mantelpiece. The morning room/library has substantial windows on the south and east elevations. The high ceiling features substantial exposed timbers whilst other features of this impressive room include an oak strip floor, tall bookcases and an open fireplace with cast iron grate, stone surround and tall carved timber mantelpiece. To the rear of the reception hall is the staircase hall featuring flagstone floor and the principal staircase which receives natural light from a delightful stained glass lantern above. The rear hall serves a cloakroom and boot room with door leading out to the rear drive. An inner hallway leads to the kitchen with adjacent cold pantry, utility room and larder and a store room, a well laid out collection of rooms at the heart of the house. The kitchen has a traditional brick floor and features a high ceiling with exposed timbers, a range of traditional and more modern kitchen units and access to a long inner hallway featuring diamond pattern quarry tiled floor and original butler's bells. Off here radiate a number of rooms including a butler's pantry, which is adjacent to the dining room, a study, a playroom and the rear hall provides access to the secondary staircase and an independent external door. First Floor The first floor has a very flexible layout set around several landings featuring moulded cornices, archways, picture rails, fitted bookcases and numerous useful storage areas. The principal bedrooms are all of a good size and features worthy of particular note include some charming chamber fireplaces, moulded ceiling cornices, picture rails and some rooms with fitted wardrobes. The rear section of the first floor is designed to create a self contained suite, ideal for nanny, guests or dependent relatives. A private access can be utilised from the rear hall and secondary staircase and the suite includes a sitting room, fully fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, bathroom and a WC. The flat could potentially be let out. HMRC's rent a room scheme allows tax-free rental income up to a threshold of £7,500 per year to be earned when letting out furnished accommodation in your home. Gardens and grounds The main drive to the Hall approaches from the west with a lovely gravelled carriage sweep flanked by areas of lawn, banks of rhododendrons and some fine trees including Scots pine, yew, holly, beech and weeping beech. The drive leads to the front of the house where an expansive lawn expands out towards the front paddock, interspersed with some long-established trees to give a parkland feel with the church a prominent focal point of the lovely view from this side of the house. The main driveway continues to a turning area around a lawned island with beech, Scots pine and a monkey puzzle tree. The grounds to the south include an arboretum surrounded by wonderful holly and beech hedges, the former tennis lawn with a delightful rotating summerhouse and a partly walled garden. Here lawns are interspersed with pathways lined with lavender, herbaceous borders together with a pergola and trellis work clad with rambling roses. The original garden walls have some espaliered fruit trees and there is a good-sized greenhouse. Just outside the walled garden is a fenced kitchen garden with vegetable plots, fruit cage and compost areas. The secondary drive approaches from the north west and leads around to the back of the house passing through a tall archway in the coach house, crowned here by a lead domed cupola and a beautiful weather vane. This drive passes into the main courtyard immediately to the rear of the house providing parking for many vehicles around a central island planted with apple trees. Dwarf brick walls and impressive holly hedges mark the boundary between the rear courtyard and the garden of the house.
5 bed detached house
Green Farm, The Green, Green Lane, Hognaston, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1PS
GENERAL INFORMATION - A rare and interesting opportunity to acquire this substantial detached farmho ...
GENERAL INFORMATION - A rare and interesting opportunity to acquire this substantial detached farmhouse with the benefit of a thriving holiday let business, set in the heart of The Peak District and being within easy reach of Carsington Reservoir and delightful country walks. This charming Grade II Listed detached Georgian former farmhouse, offers a wealth of original charm and character and has been superbly improved and maintained to a high standard by its current occupier. Additionally, there is an attached former stable block offering sumptuously appointed holiday let accommodation offering, lounge, ground floor bedroom four, well appointed farmhouse style breakfast kitchen and utility room, master bedroom to the first floor with quality en-suite shower room, two additional bedrooms and a superb four piece bathroom. Attached to the property is a most delightful charming one double bedroom detached farmhouse with superb lounge with magnificent brick feature fireplace, well-appointed fitted kitchen in pine, double bedroom and an en-suite shower room. There are delightful gardens surrounding the property with an abundance of patios, formal lawns with a variety of specimen plants and shrubs to the flowerbeds and borders, approximately 7 acres of agricultural land, a variety of useful workshops/storage areas, open pen barns, former dutch hay barn and useful refurbished gymnasium. The property has the benefit of ample car standing spaces. The farmhouse itself, provides delightful accommodation with entrance porch leading to a formal drawing room with magnificent feature fireplace, recently added garden room with stone flagged floors ideal for dining, superb farmhouse style breakfast kitchen with Aga and hand crafted fitted units, rear hallway with decorative panelling and access is provided to a useful utility/cloakroom. To the first floor, the principal bedroom enjoys heavily beamed ceiling, en-suite to the main bathroom which has a delightful four piece suite. To this floor also access is gained to a good size second bedroom with stone feature fireplace. To the second floor there are two additional bedrooms and an en-suite shower room. The sale provides a very genuine opportunity for a discerning purchaser to acquire this sumptuously appointed Grade II Listed period property offering an excellent business opportunity set in a delightful location. LOCATION - The village of Hognaston boasts a local pub and has swift access to the market town of Ashbourne, Wirksworth, Matlock, Carsington Reservoir and delightful country walks. PLEASE NOTE - The sale includes all fixtures, fitting and furniture. The sale also incudes all future booking for the business (provide a value upon request). FARMHOUSE ACCOMMODATION ENTRANCE HALL Providing access to drawing room and kitchen. DRAWING ROOM - 4.81m x 4.69m (15'9' x 15'5') Having magnificent stone feature fireplace with wood burning stove, stone hearth, heavily beamed ceiling, radiator, French doors with glazed side screen and steps leading to: RECENTLY CONSTRUCTED GARDEN ROOM - 5.34m x 2.86m (17'6' x 9'5') With stone flagged flooring, exposed stone wall, double doors providing access to the rear, radiator and wall light points. FARMHOUSE STYLE BREAKFAST KITCHEN - 4.86m x 4.64m (15'11' x 15'3') Having quarry tile flooring, heavily beamed ceiling, hand crafted fitted painted units with twin bowl inset sink unit with base and drawer units under and granite work surfaces adjacent and chrome mixer tap over, tile surround, Rayburn Rangemaster cooker within a magnificent original brick fireplace with adjacent base cupboards, built in bench-seating, radiator, original built in storage cupboard with pine doors and concealed fridge and dishwasher. REAR HALL - 4.87m x 2m (16'0' x 6'7') With stone flagged flooring, ¾ decorative painted panelling to main walls, radiator, stairs to the first floor off and beams to ceiling. INNER LOBBY Tile flooring, radiator and pine and glazed door leading to: CLOAKROOM Quarry tile flooring, low level w.c., wash hand basin and radiator. UTILITY ROOM - 2.57m x 2.4m (8'5' x 7'10') Inset sink unit with mixer tap over, base cupboard and drawers under, work surfaces over, tile surround, complementary wall mounted cupboards, tile flooring, shelving, Velux roof light, boiler servicing the central heating system and providing domestic hot water and plumbing for automatic washing machine. REAR LOBBY With storage cupboard, tumble dryer point, shelving and door to the rear off. ON THE FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM ONE - 4.9m x 4.69m (16'1' x 15'5') Radiator, stone feature fireplace, beams to ceiling and two radiators. BEDROOM TWO - 4.75m x 4.6m (15'7' x 15'1') Beams to ceiling, original pine doors and radiator. EN-SUITE BATHROOM Comprising, corner shower, tile surround, vanity wash hand basin with chrome pillar tap, Travertine work surfaces over, panel bath with Travertine surround, half panelling to main walls, heated chrome towel rail/radiator. ON THE SECOND FLOOR BEDROOM THREE - 5m x 4.7m (16'5' x 15'5') Radiator. BEDROOM FOUR - 5.02m x 3.58m (16'6' x 11'9') Radiator and built in wardrobe. EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM Comprising, shower cubicle, low level w.c., wash hand basin, wooden stripped flooring, Velux roof light and radiator. OUTSIDE & GARDENS RECENTLY REFURBISHED GYMNASIUM 6.5m x 4.m (21'4' x 13'1') Wooden flooring, bi-fold doors, spotlighting and electric night storage heating.OPEN DUTCH BARN with useful locked storage area. FIRST FLOOR STORAGE AREA (ABOVE GYMNASIUM) STORAGE FACILITY ROOM ONE 4.3m x 2.65m (14'1' x 8'8')STORAGE FACILITY ROOM TWO 4.1m x 4m (13'5' x 13'') OPEN LOG STORE Large formal lawns with a range of specimen fruit trees, tree-house and secondary open storage facility. To the front of the property is a delightful lawn garden with water feature, paved patio, flowering beds and borders. There is ample car standing spaces. STABLE COTTAGE ACCOMMODATION KITCHEN - 5.49m x 4.49m (18'0' x 14'9') Having stone flagged flooring, radiator, pine staircase off with useful understairs storage cupboard, heavily beamed ceiling and supports, French door with glazed side screen providing access to the rear garden and door to front being part glazed, inset enamel sink unit with brass mixer tap over, work surfaces adjacent, a range of base and drawer units, Range style electric cooker with extractor hood over and oak mantel set within a brick chimney recess, complementary wall mounted cupboards and shelving and lath and brace doors. UTILITY ROOM - 1.76m x 1.73m (5'9' x 5'8') Stone flagged flooring, additional door to the front off, pluming for dishwasher, inset sink unit with base cupboard under and work surfaces over with tiled surround, concealed boiler servicing the central heating system and providing domestic hot water and plumbing for automatic washing machine. LOUNGE - 6.4m x 4.8m max (21'0' x 15'9' max) Having wood burning stove on raised slate hearth with stone surround, heavily beamed ceiling, wall light points, radiator and wooden flooring. GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM FOUR - 3.61m x 3m (11'10' x 9'10') Wood flooring, twin doors with glazed panelling, radiator, part-glazed door to front and beams to ceiling. ON THE FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM ONE - 4.4m x 3.78m (14'5' x 12'5') Built in wardrobe with limed washed doors to front, radiator, French door leading to steps down, wall mounted cupboard, built in original storage cupboard, beams to ceiling and wall light points. EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM Comprising, vanity wash hand basin, low level w.c., corner shower cubicle, tile surround, Velux roof light, electric shaver point, extractor fan, radiator and beams to ceiling. BEDROOM TWO - 3.55m x 3.51m (11'8' x 11'6') Radiator, French door leading to steps down, beams to ceiling, mezzanine landing with Velux roof light and radiator. BEDROOM THREE - 4.02m x 3.97m (13'2' x 13'0') Built in wardrobe, beams to ceiling, wall light points and radiator. FAMILY BATHROOM Four piece suite comprising, low level w.c., shower cubicle, corner bath, wash hand basin, built in storage cupboards, shelving, wall light points and radiator. REAR HALLWAY With radiator. OUTSIDE & GARDENS - Outside is a delightful flagstone patio, gravelled borders, flowering beds and ample car standing space. Delightful gardens with lawns, seating area and secondary patio. There is an abundance of flowering beds with specimen plants and shrubs. GREEN FARM COTTAGE ACCOMMODATION REAR PORCH With quarry tile flooring, exposed stonework to walls and base storage cupboard with work surface over. INNER LOBBY Again with quarry tile flooring, radiator and pine doors off. CLOAKROOM Comprising, low level w.c., wash hand basin, tile flooring and radiator. KITCHEN - 3.26m x 1.67m (10'8' x 5'6') Having an attractive range of farmhouse style pine fitted units offering inset enamel bowl and drainer with chrome mixer tap over, a range of pine base and drawer units with work surfaces over, decorative tile surround, complementary wall mounted cupboards, glazed china display cupboard, concealed cupboards one housing the plumbing for automatic washing machine one housing the boiler and the other housing the fridge, two ring electric hob, built in oven in matching housing unit, radiator and tile flooring. DELIGHTFUL LOUNGE - 5.7m x 3.78m (18'8' x 12'5') Magnificent brick feature fireplace with stone lintel incorporating wood burning stove, stone hearth, radiator, heavily beamed ceiling, stairs to the first floor off, radiator, door to front and useful understairs storage cupboard. ON THE FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM ONE - 3.79m x 3.69m (12'5' x 12'1') Built in wardrobes, beams to ceiling and double radiator. EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM Comprising, low level w.c., wash hand basin, shower cubicle, base storage cupboards and radiator. OUTSIDE & GARDENS - The property has the benefit of a long sweeping driveway leading to the formal gardens which service both of the house and the holiday cottages. There is an additional paddock land extending to approximately 7 acres as indicated by the attached plan. COUNCIL TAX BANDS - Derbyshire Dales District Council - for Green Farm - Tax Band G, for Stable Cottage - Tax Band (to be confirmed) and for Green Farm Cottage - Tax Band (to be confirmed). DIRECTIONAL NOTE - From Ashbourne proceed along the Green Road travelling through Kniveton and taking a turning right where signposted for Hognaston. When approaching the village turn left by the church into Green Lane, following the road down the property is situated on the left hand side. VIEWING - Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Ashbourne Office (DM/SE). 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4 bed detached house
4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Kirk Ireton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Guide Price £900,000 4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Kirk Ireton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire 4 3 Bla ...
Guide Price £900,000 4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Kirk Ireton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire 4 3 Blackwall Farmhouse is a beautiful Grade II listed stone-built detached four-bedroom home located in the sought-after village of Kirk Ireton. The property has fantastic countryside views from its elevated hillside position and is set in an acre of grounds from which to enjoy them. The main property offers over 2,900 sq. ft. of contemporary accommodation, finished to the highest specification. The home benefits from beautiful ambient dcor that remains sympathetic to the character of the home and highlights its many charming features throughout. This is a unique and beautifully presented property in a stunning location. With a researched history, the earliest part of the property probably dates from the early 1500s as the first owner seemingly fought at the battle of Agincourt. Accommodation - Blackwall Farmhouse is a beautiful Grade II listed stone-built property located in the sought-after village of Kirk Ireton. The property enjoys fantastic rural views of the surrounding countryside from its elevated hillside position. The main property offers over 2,900 sq. ft. of contemporary accommodation, finished to the highest standard, carefully crafted to be sympathetic to the character of the property. The main entrance to the property leads through to the hallway which contains many original features including exposed stone walls and beams. To the left of the hallway is the stunning bespoke Christopher Peters kitchen and breakfast area with Carrera marble worktops, twin Belfast sink, waste disposal unit, solid limestone flooring (with electric underfloor heating), integrated dishwasher and fridge. The detail is completed with bespoke oak shutters. The kitchen leads through to the family room that includes many charming features including the high vaulted ceiling, bespoke fitted units and solid oak flooring. The family room also leads to the 4th bedroom with ensuite shower room that is accessed through a contemporary glass atrium. Also, located off the family room is the lobby that leads out to the driveway and a large utility room with fitted units, solid limestone flooring with underfloor heating, solid quartz counter tops and ample space for a large American style fridge freezer. The ground floor of the property further comprises a large drawing room with feature asymmetrically placed inset fireplace that frames the large Clearview log burner and exposed beams providing the room with a real sense of cosiness. Off the sitting room is a stunning cloakroom that features wooden panels, a large storage area, an iron wine holder and a granite bowl sink set on a stone thrawl. The sitting room leads through to the dual aspect sitting room and dining room with wide board solid oak flooring, original beams and a feature stone fireplace with log burner. The first floor is comprised of an impressive master bedroom with solid oak flooring, dual aspect views of the surrounding countryside, a feature cast iron fireplace, beamed ceiling, free standing roll top bath with upstand taps and an ensuite with walk-in wardrobe. Off the main upstairs hallway is a large study with original ships beams to wall and ceiling plus the added utility of custom-made shelving. There is a double bedroom located next to the master bedroom that also boasts solid oak floors and oak beamed ceiling with a view of the fields to the south. The modern family bathroom is both luxurious and spacious with its freestanding roll top bath, contemporary walk in shower by Fired Earth, chrome heated towel rail, cherry wood flooring and his and hers circular Villeroy & Boch wash basins. The study provides access to another double bedroom with Velux windows where the garden can be viewed from the bed. From the study stairs lead to the second floor of the property that has the potential to be further developed into additional bedrooms, or a stunning master suite subject to the relevant planning permissions. Vendor Insight - This utterly charming Grade II listed stone-built period home enjoys a wonderfully picturesque setting in the glorious Derbyshire countryside. It was without doubt the location that sold this house to us when we came across it fourteen years ago, says Philippa. It sits on a quiet lane and is completely surrounded by little other than rolling farmland and woodland so the views are to die for, and its a wonderful place for both walking locally and cycling, particularly on the High Peak Trail . We also have Carsington Water just a stones throw away, where you can sail and windsurf. All in all, its one of those places that offers a superb quality of life. At the weekends weve been able to come home, switch off and fully enjoy the great outdoors. The house needed a huge amount of work doing to it when we bought it; structurally it was fine, but it was crying out to be updated and so we embarked upon quite an ambitious project of refurbishment. We added a large extension, which gave us a gorgeous new family room with a beautiful vaulted ceiling that really enhances the overall feeling of space, and just next door to that we installed my dream kitchen something Im going to miss terribly when we leave. We also had the bathrooms stylishly refurbished and the whole house was beautifully decorated in various shades of white, which not only allows the original features to shine, but also serves to unify each space. We really couldnt be more pleased with the results. The house retains every bit of its original character and charm, but its now very much a house for modern family life. When we came to Blackwall the outside space was full of small self-seeded trees and there was little flat garden. We gradually cleared much of the woodland and really opened up the space, continues Philippa. The land slopes up and away from the house, but weve created a large flat lawn to one side where we have a lovely seating area under a gazebo. Its a wonderful spot for outdoor entertaining where we can sit and eat while soaking in the most spectacular views. The house is so beautiful and it has such a warm and welcoming atmosphere, but most of all Ill miss this spectacular location, says Philippa. I cant imagine there are many places quite so idyllic. We are totally surrounded by natural beauty so when you gaze out at those spectacular views you really do feel miles from anywhere, however Ive never felt isolated. I can be in Wirksworth in ten minutes, Ashbourne in fifteen or Derby in twenty-five, so all of our day-to-day needs are catered for. The kitchen and family room combined would have to be my favourite part of the house, says Philippa. One flows seamlessly into the other so we can all be together but doing different things. When we began renovating the house, I wanted to create a sense of easy modern living within this gorgeous period shell, and the kitchen and family room achieves that beautifully. Just off the new family room is a glass atrium that leads to the fourth bedroom. It has a lovely little shower room and a dressing room, and because its slightly separate from the main accommodation its great for guests. Outside - The property is set within an acre of grounds with stunning views to the south and west. It is accessed via the gates to the stone driveway with landscaped terraced boarders that provide stunning views across the local countryside. The garden includes a south facing courtyard garden, a large lawned area with a cedar wood gazebo with full electrics and patio that makes it ideal for entertaining. An unspoilt woodland area rises above the property with the added benefit of an old disused blast room that would make a fantastic kids den or summer house. Location - The village of Kirk Ireton is located between Ashbourne and Wirksworth. Local amenities in the area include The Barley Mow Pub, the C of E primary school, and also benefits from being in the catchment area for Anthony Gell school in Wirksworth. Within a few minutes walk is Carsington Water, and within a few minutes drive are the picturesque town of Ashbourne and the stunning Peak District National Park. For those looking for good commuter links Derby is only 13 miles away, the A38 and the A50 are just 25 minutes and 30 minutes respectively, and East Midlands Airport is just 26 miles away. Services To The Property - Mains water via a neighbouring property and mains electricity are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating, LPG Gas for the kitchen cooker, and a septic tank. Broadband is also connected to the property. Local Authority - Derbyshire Dales. Band F Viewing Arrangements - Strictly via the vendors agents Fine & Country Contact Greg Perrins. Fine And Country Opening Hours - Monday to Friday9.00 am - 8.30 pm Saturday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm Sunday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm Agent's Notes - All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given and that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. For a free valuation, contact the numbers listed on the brochure. Disclosure: In accordance with Section 21 of The Estate Agents Act 1979 (Declaration of Interest), please note that a vendor of this property is a member of Fine & Country Derbyshire. Property Features Large stone-built Grade II Listed Period Property Stunning Master Suite with Ensuite Bespoke Kitchen and Breakfast area Beautiful tranquil location Living Room with log burner Family Room, Study & Utility Room Sitting / Dining Room with log burner Set in 1 acre of grounds with stunning views Large gravel driveway Loft space with lots of potential Media
5 bed house
Hall Lane, Middle Mayfield, Ashbourne
A rare opportunity to acquire a period 16th century Grade II* listed Tudor hall set within the beaut ...
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. VACANT POSSESSION Hall Lane, Middle Mayfield, Ashbourne on a Map
5 bed detached house
Thorpe Cottage, Wintercroft Lane, Thorpe, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 2BH
GENERAL INFORMATION A rare opportunity to acquire an outstanding large five bedroom detached propert ...
GENERAL INFORMATION A rare opportunity to acquire an outstanding large five bedroom detached property, enjoying an idyllic location in the highly favoured village of Thorpe, which offers ease of access to delightful rural countryside and Ashbourne town centre Thorpe Cottage is a well maintained property offering a wealth of charm and character and has been substantially upgraded and improved over many years by its current occupier with high grade specification and fixtures and fittings throughout. Thorpe Cottage is constructed of stone with a pitch slated roof and is of Grade II listing, enjoying a fine position being central to the village, and the property currently offers interesting potential with the main accommodation being a three bedroom property with delightful en-suite facilities and an attached cottage. Internally the property provides entrance lobby, dining room with magnificent feature fireplace and tiled floor, superb lounge with exposed beams and ground floor shower room, a substantial well appointed fully fitted kitchen, three good sized bedrooms to the first and second floor, all with luxury en-suite facilities and a useful study. Attached to the property is a property known as Daisy Cottage which could form dependent or independent living accommodation as well as a holiday let providing charming accommodation which has been substantially improved and modernised over many years by its current occupier, and provides briefly lounge, bedroom two or formal dining room, well appointed fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and a ground floor shower room with full suite. To the first floor is a good sized bedroom. The property is further enhanced by a delightful garden with raised lawns with well stocked flowering herbaceous borders offering a range of specimen plants and shrubs, a large patio and decking areas ideal for al fresco dining and a substantial area for parking. There is a lower level double garage with parking to the front. The sale provides a very genuine opportunity for a discerning purchaser to acquire this beautifully presented Grade II listed detached cottage in an idyllic location. Offering a variety of uses, viewing is strongly recommended. LOCATION Thorpe is a delightful village nestling in the middle of the Peak National Park and is a highly favoured and sought after tourist location, with local pubs and restaurants close at hand, Thorpe Cloud itself, many rural walks, Ilam and the stepping stones of Dovedale close by. ACCOMMODATION ON THE GROUND FLOOR ENCLOSED PORCH With tiled floor providing access to: DINING ROOM - 5.46m x 3.92m (17'11' x 12'10') With magnificent feature fireplace with clear view multi fuel stove, adjacent built-in base storage cupboards and shelving above, useful understair storage cupboards, tiled floor, painted beamed ceiling, central heating radiator, door to inner lobby off. INNER LOBBY Providing access to lounge and stairs to first floor off, side door to the rear, side door leading to stone steps. LOUNGE - 4.94m x 3.93m (16'2' x 12'11') With beamed magnificent exposed truss, two central heating radiators. GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM With corner shower with tiled surrounds, curved glazed side screen, shower over, low level WC, wash hand basin with base cupboard beneath, tiled floor, decorative spotlighting, heated towel rail, extractor fan. KITCHEN - 6.25m x 2.51m (20'6' x 8'3') With a bespoke individual range of fitted units offering a large enamel sink unit with drainer adjacent, mixer taps over, a full and comprehensive range of base and drawer units with work surfaces over, decorative tiled surrounds, complementary tall food/broom cupboard, wall mounted cupboards, china display cupboards, tiled floor, plumbing for automatic washing machine, tumble dryer point and plumbing for an American style fridge freezer, large extractor canopy (please note the Range cooker and the appliances are not included in the sale), door to the rear off, central heating radiator. ON THE FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM ONE - 3.96m x 3.73m (13'0' x 12'3') With central heating radiator, built-in wardrobes, matching dresser, decorative spotlighting, central heating radiator. LUXURY EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM With vanity wash hand basin, storage cupboard beneath, low level WC, double walk-in shower with glazed screens, tiled surrounds, full tiling to shower, half tiling to main walls, heated towel rail, tiled floor, extractor fan. BEDROOM TWO - 3.93m x 3.13m (12'11' x 10'3') With central heating radiator, built-in wardrobe, shelving/dresser. EN-SUITE BATHROOM With panel bath with shower over, tiled surrounds, low level WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor, central heating radiator, decorative spotlighting, extractor fan. LANDING With built-in storage cupboards and boot cupboard. STUDY - 2m x 2m (6'7' x 6'7') ON THE SECOND FLOOR BATHROOM With low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panel bath with shower over, tiled surrounds, under eaves storage cupboards, spotlighting, tiled floor, half tiling to main walls, towel rail. BEDROOM THREE - 3.14m x 2.8m (10'4' x 9'2') With under eaves storage cupboard, central heating radiator, Velux roof light, spotlighting. DAISY COTTAGE ON THE GROUND FLOOR PASSAGE ENTRANCE HALLWAY With central heating radiators. KITCHEN - 2.66m x 2.29m (8'9' x 7'6') With enamel sink unit, mixer taps over, base cupboard beneath, a range of base and drawer units with work surfaces over, decorative tiled surrounds, complementary wall mounted cupboards, integrated fridge freezer, built-in electric hob and oven with extractor hood above, integrated dishwasher, tiled floor, double central heating radiator. DINING ROOM/BEDROOM TWO - 2.99m x 2.40m (9'10' x 7'10') Central heating radiator. GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM With walk-in storage area off, vanity wash hand basin, storage cupboard beneath, low level WC, walk-in shower with curved screen, tiled surrounds, shower over, extractor fan, decorative spotlighting, chrome towel rail, electric shaver point, tiled floor. LOUNGE - 4.3m x 3.60m (14'1' x 11'10') Central heating radiator, built-in storage cupboard, painted beamed ceiling. ON THE FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM ONE - 4.57m x 3.04m (15'0' x 10'0') Painted beamed ceiling, central heating radiator, built-in storage cupboard/wardrobe. OUTSIDE & GARDENS Both properties benefit from a delightful garden with decking and patio areas ideal for al fresco dining. These are complemented by lawned areas with well stocked flowering and herbaceous borders and mature trees. There is ample car standing provided by a tarmacadam parking area for up to six vehicles. This could easily be formed back into the garden to provide a delightful lawned area. The garden offers a high degree of seclusion and privacy, yet takes advantage of fine views towards Thorpe Cloud itself. The property also benefits from: DOUBLE GARAGE - 6m x 5.6m (19'8' x 18'4') With power and lighting and up and over door. COUNCIL TAX BAND Derbyshire Dales - Tax Band E. DIRECTIONAL NOTE From Ashbourne proceed north out of town, after approximately 2 miles take the left turning for Thorpe, follow signs into village then turn left by The Dog Public House down into Thorpe and the property will be located on the left hand side, as denoted by our 'for sale board'. VIEWING Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Ashbourne office (DM/TS). 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.
4 bed detached house
Hall Lane, Wootton, Ashbourne
A beautifully presented Grade II listed four bedroom barn conversion on a 0.32 ACRE CHOICE PLOT with ...
A beautifully presented Grade II listed four bedroom barn conversion on a 0.32 ACRE CHOICE PLOT with a STUNNING REFITTED KITCHEN and double garage, located on the edge of the sought after village of Wootton.
4 bed house
Firs Farm Barn, Yeldersley
A beautifully appointed GRADE II LISTED four bedroom BARN CONVERSION located in an exclusive courtya ...
A beautifully appointed GRADE II LISTED four bedroom BARN CONVERSION located in an exclusive courtyard development presented to a HIGH STANDARD THROUGHOUT, with beautiful gardens and OFFERED WITH NO CHAIN.
2 bed detached house
Yew Tree Cottage Mill Lane, Shirley, Ashbourne, DE6 3AR
A STUNNING, GRADE-II LISTED PERIOD, CHARACTER DETACHED THATCHED COTTAGE, SET IN NEARLY 1/4-ACRE OF M ...
A STUNNING, GRADE-II LISTED PERIOD, CHARACTER DETACHED THATCHED COTTAGE, SET IN NEARLY 1/4-ACRE OF MATURE GARDENS, in a highly desirable Village setting close to Ashbourne, within easy reach of the Peak District. Requiring internal inspection to be fully appreciated, the property has been the subject of an extensive scheme of sympathetic restoration and refurbishment, with many delightful character features. Having the benefit of central heating, part-double glazing and security alarm, the accommodation briefly comprises: - GROUND FLOOR, Entrance Hall, beamed Sitting Room, separate Dining Room, Kitchen with fitments and appliances, Utility Room, and modern Bathroom. FIRST FLOOR, landing (being occasional bedroom three), with Cloaks/Washroom, and Two Double Bedrooms. OUTSIDE, Two Single Garages, one with a Store, and delightful mature gardens affording a high degree of privacy, and enjoying pleasant views over surrounding countryside. EPC E (2010), COUNCIL TAX BAND F.
3 bed detached house
Wootton, Ellastone, Ashbourne
A Grade II listed three bedroom STONE DETACHED COTTAGE located on the outskirts of the popular villa ...
A Grade II listed three bedroom STONE DETACHED COTTAGE located on the outskirts of the popular village of Wootton. Situated in lovely 0.27 ACRE GARDENS and enjoying STUNNING COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS.
4 bed detached house
Moorend, Bradley, Ashbourne
An IMMACULATELY PRESENTED four bedroom grade II listed attached farmhouse. The accommodation is appr ...
An IMMACULATELY PRESENTED four bedroom grade II listed attached farmhouse. The accommodation is approximately 1500sq.ft gross internal area located in a very popular area on the outskirts of Bradley.
4 bed detached house
Rodsley Lane, Yeaveley
***NO CHAIN*** Immaculately Presented, Four Double Bedroom, Grade II Listed, Detached Barn Conversio ...
***NO CHAIN*** Immaculately Presented, Four Double Bedroom, Grade II Listed, Detached Barn Conversion with Two Large Reception rooms in the Highly Sought-after Village of Yeaveley. Internal viewing is highly recommended. This impressive property, with many original features retained, offers spacious accommodation and a manageable, private landscaped garden to the side as well as off street private parking. Ideally situated in an enviable position in the heart of this pretty Village with its well-regarded pub, and within close proximity to a range of local amenities including shops, services and highly rated schools for all ages including the Ofsted rated Outstanding, Osmaston CofE Primary School. The historic market town of Ashbourne is approx 5miles away, with its successful Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School. This property benefits from easy access to the M1 & M6 motorway network as well as the A50 & A52 main roads making it ideal for commuters. Entrance The entrance door opens up to: Sitting room A grand and impressive sitting room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, spindle stair case and mezzanine balcony. A brick, feature fireplace with a multi fuel burner claims pride of place in this breath-taking room and also incorporates bespoke ash shelving. The room is finished with a high-end cherry wood engineered flooring. Dining Hall An impressive dining hall with ample space for a large, family-sized dining table. Dual aspect windows and exposed beams. The room is finished with a high-end cherry wood engineered flooring. Kitchen Range of bespoke base and wall mounted units with complimentary solid wood work surfaces and an integral Belfast sink. Benefits from an integrated induction hob with electric fan assisted oven and hood. Space and plumbing for a fridge freezer and dishwasher. Offers access to the utility room. Utility Room / Boot Room Generous sized utility room / boot room with exposed beams. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. Stable door leading to the private garden. Cloakroom Guest cloakroom featuring a low flush WC and a wash hand basin. First Floor: Master Bedroom 1 Large Master Bedroom with exposed beams and skylight window. Double Bedroom 2 Large double bedroom with exposed beams and window to the side. Double Bedroom 3 Ample double bedroom with bespoke fitted shelving and a large skylight window. Double Bedroom 4 Ample double bedroom with bespoke fitted (3 x double) wardrobes and a window to the side. Bathroom 1 Modern three-piece suite featuring a bath with wood panelled frontage, low flush WC and a vanity unit with integrated wash hand basin. Bathroom 2 Modern three-piece suite featuring a large walk in shower enclosure with power shower, low flush WC and a vanity unit with integrated wash hand basin. Garage [5mx3.3m / 16.5ftx11ft] There is an integrated garage with wooden up-and-over door, fitted with shelves and ample power points. Outside To the front, there is a double driveway [6.3mx6.8m / 21ftx22ft] with gated access to the private garden. To the side is an ample landscaped garden, laid to lawn with a paved patio area and mature planted borders. [15.5mx8m / 50ftx26ft] Additional Information. Access to the property is over a shared courtyard. There is also wayleave / access right for a neighbouring property for their mains water supply running under the garden from the roadside. EPC not required as it is Grade II Listed Please contact the vendor on 01335 330917 to view the property.
4 bed flat
52 & 52b, St John Street, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1GH
GENERAL INFORMATION An opportunity to acquire an excellent investment close to the very sought after ...
GENERAL INFORMATION An opportunity to acquire an excellent investment close to the very sought after old market town of Ashbourne. The ground floor is currently let to a firm of Accountants 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 - 25'5' x 14'8' (7.75m x 4.47m) VAULTED CELLAR OFF STORE ROOM - 14'11' x 14'7' (4.55m x 4.45m) 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. 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.
3 bed detached house
Atlow Moat, Ashbourne
***THE OLD STABLES - THREE BEDROOM BARN CONVERSION*** An opportunity has arisen to join an establish ...
***THE OLD STABLES - THREE BEDROOM BARN CONVERSION*** An opportunity has arisen to join an established rural housing cooperative in a quiet and beautiful part of the Derbyshire Dales. Earth Heart Housing Cooperative, established in 1997, consists of 8 privately owned grade II listed homes on the edge of Atlow village near Ashbourne. The Coop is set within 21 acres of organically certified land it owns which is managed primarily to promote nature conservation and biodiversity. Residents at Earth Heart become members and directors of the Coop with shared responsibility for managing the land, outbuildings and facilities that it owns. The shared land includes a 13 acre parkland style pasture bordering the Henmore Brook, two other smaller pastures, 5 acres semi-ancient woodland, a productive orchard, fruit trees and a large vegetable garden. There is a children?s play area, willow maze, stream, tree circle and even a scheduled Ancient Monument (Atlow Moat). Other shared facilities include a communal wood pellet boiler and a reed bed sewage system. There are also shared outbuildings for social events, community meetings, workshop space and storage. The Old Stables is located in a courtyard of stone farm buildings originally built in 1863 and converted in 2003, retaining many period features. The property is fully double glazed and well insulated and enjoys beautiful views overlooking the Henmore valley. The best way to fully appreciate this property and find out about the community is to arrange a viewing appointment. You can do this by contacting Lewis Adam Estate Agents on 01332 558189. More information about the community can also be found on the website https://www.earthheartcoop.co.uk/
2 bed terraced house
Hall Lane, Willington
A very APPEALING GEORGIAN TERRACE formed from the Old Hall and offering delightful and INDIVIDUAL CH ...
A very APPEALING GEORGIAN TERRACE formed from the Old Hall and offering delightful and INDIVIDUAL CHARACTER with a CONTEMPORARY FINISH located within this thriving village served by excellent amenities together with good access to the A38/A50 and Mercia Marina complex. NO UPWARD CHAIN.