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Guide Price £850,000
- Upgraded Grade II Listed Farmhouse
- Peak District National Park Location
- Stunning Views
- 3.41 Acre Plot inc 2 Paddocks
- 2750 Sq.ft Gross Internal Area
- Luxury Kitchen & Bathrooms
- Drawing Room & Dining Room
- EPC Rating N/A
Ashbourne 12 miles, Buxton 10 miles, Bakewell 12 miles.
This prestigious Grade II listed detached farmhouse is located on the outskirts of the lovely hamlet of Sheen in the Peak District National Park, offering a peaceful rural retreat surrounded by glorious Derbyshire countryside and drystone walls.
The property has been upgraded throughout providing fantastic high quality accommodation including a luxury kitchen and bathrooms, set within 3.41 acres that includes two paddocks, a large driveway with turning island, several outbuildings plus a detached stone barn that could be used as stable or has potential for conversion (subject to relevant planning permission), it does require some structural attention.
There are excellent facilities in the nearby village of Hartington and also convenient for Ashbourne, Buxton and Bakewell all very commutable.
The property must be viewed to appreciate its setting and the glorious rural views from majority of elevations.
A main entrance door leads into a charming reception hall with original flagstone floor, doors leading off to the main rooms and access down to the cellar which has a stone barrel vaulted ceiling, original stone thrawls, stone tiled floor and window.
The dual aspect drawing room has fitted shutters, an original flagstone floor with newly fitted under floor heating, feature stone fireplace with stone hearth and open fire, corner store cupboard and door to the farmhouse style kitchen that has been luxuriously refitted with in-frame painted wooden base and wall mounted units, high quality Corian work surfaces, twin Belfast sink and fitted electric Aga (separate to central heating system), fridge freezer and dishwasher, stone tiled floor with under floor heating, and beamed ceiling.
A separate dining room has a feature stone fire surround, cast iron inset and stone hearth, sash windows with fitted shutters and exposed beamed ceiling.
The utility room has a washing machine plus useful cloaks area and stone tiled floor with under floor heating which also continues into the downstairs w.c that has been refitted with a white suite and heated towel rail.
A doorway leads to an original larder with stone thrawls and mullion window to rear.
On the first floor is a light and airy landing with stairs off to the second floor and doors to the three first floor well proportioned bedrooms, and the family bathroom that has been refitted with a white suite including an antique roll top freestanding bath, large double width shower cubicle with mixer shower over, and heated towel rail.
On the second floor a large impressive landing leads to the good sized master bedroom, bedroom five/study/dressing room and an impressive refitted luxury bathroom with a white suite including bath, double width shower cubicle, unique inset shelving, skylight, heated towel rail and door to a large walk-in airing cupboard and eaves storage.
An impressive entrance with dry stone wall to the boundary and a flagstone pathway with gated access leads down to the front elevation with adjacent lawned front garden and mature trees.
To the rear an enclosed paved private courtyard gives access to the side that has a detached outbuilding consisting of original pig sty, coal store and log store with power, lighting and a sink. There is also a lower level garden store. The main drive is accessed at the rear and provides extensive parking and has a central island and detached lower level double garage/stable with additional storage housing a unique laundry with power and lighting.
Across the road lies a detached barn with its own access, currently with two ground floor store rooms and a staircase leads up to a first floor area. This barn offers potential for conversion, subject to necessary planning consents.
Also an additional feature are the two impressive paddocks suitable for those equestrian enthusiast.
1) The property is Grade II listed.
2) The property lies in a conservation area of the Peak District National Park.
3) Some nearby properties are currently undergoing renovation.
Tenure: Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage with its own septic tank. Oil tank. Broadband internet connectivity. Purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
Useful Websites: www.environment-agency.co.uk
Our Ref: JGA/080519
Local Authority/Tax Band: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council / Tax Band E
Last Modified 05/11/2019