A 4 bedroom detached house in Sheldon, Derbyshire with approximately 50 acres of land and a further two lots of adjacent land available by separate negotiation.
A very rare opportunity to acquire a fine Derbyshire farm which was originally part of the Chatsworth Estate with a recently renovated and beautifully presented family house fitted with excellent quality wood floors, stone fireplaces, double glazed sash windows with shutters, sanitary ware, a bespoke kitchen, under floor heating in all rooms and is hard wired for the internet. There is a good range of stone outbuildings in the courtyard offering superb potential (subject to planning), two substantial modern buildings and excellent pasture land extending to approximately 50 acres. The 360 degree views take in Monsal Head, Ashford in the Water, Chatsworth, Great Longstone and Curbar.
A pair of electric gates open onto a gravelled driveway leading up to an area of hardstanding with parking for several vehicles. A gate opens into the garden to the front of the house with a stone path to the front door.
Ground floor: The part panelled entrance hall has a solid oak floor and glazed front door overlooking the garden. To the left is the sitting room, which is dual aspect with wood burning stove set in a stone fireplace. The dining room overlooks the front garden and has a wood burner set into a stone fireplace. The drawing room is triple aspect with stunning, far reaching views across the Derbyshire landscape, a stone fireplace with wood burning stove and a door onto the terrace. To the rear of the house is the kitchen/breakfast room, a lovely light and airy room with wonderful views, a door onto the terrace and a good sized dining area, there are doors through to the dining room, rear hall and the drawing room. The kitchen is well fitted with an excellent range of bespoke wall and base units and extensive granite worktops incorporating a Belfast sink. There is a four oven electric AGA. A large central island has dining space, granite work top with inset Tepanyaki grill, two ring induction hob and butler's sink, there are useful storage cupboards below. A rear hallway has a large cloaks cupboard and the back door, there is a cloakroom off.
First floor: Landing with views over the front garden. To the front are two large double bedrooms each featuring fireplaces with inset cast iron Stovax fires. To the rear is a further dual aspect double bedroom with lovely views. The large family bathroom has an oak floor, a cast iron roll top bath, a walk-in double shower, high level W.C. and pedestal hand basin with mirror fronted cupboard over. The master bedroom is a bright triple aspect room with similar views to the drawing room, it has a Stovax cast iron fireplace. A door leads into an en suite shower room with ceramic tiled floor, large walk-in shower, hand basin, low level W.C. and heated towel rail.
Cellar: Steps from the hallway lead down to a two chamber brick, barrel vaulted cellar which is exceptionally dry and also has central heating.
Outside: To the front of the house is a lawned garden with stone flagged path, to the rear is a stone flagged terrace affronted with a ha-ha wall, a gateway from the side leads into the courtyard and gives access to the stone buildings.
Stone building one: A substantial two storey structure which has been completely re-roofed and re-pointed and now, subject to planning, offers great potential for either ancillary accommodation, holiday cottages or an excellent party barn, alternatively it could be used as stabling. Adjoining is a single storey stone building and an open front stone building with potential for further ancillary accommodation or holiday cottages.
Stone building two: To the other side of the courtyard is a further substantial stone building that again has been re-roofed and re-pointed which has excellent potential of ancillary accommodation or holiday cottages (subject to approval).
Modern building one: Built in 2014 this substantial 7,200sq.ft. building is fitted out with a made to measure AIE cattle/sheep handling system with water to 12 individual pens. The building has a full length roofed lean-to over. Two sets of large double sliding doors open directly to the land and to the enclosed hard-standing yard.
Modern building two: This 3,375sq.ft. building has been fully re-roofed and re-clad and is currently used as a machinery, implement and feed store. It offers huge potential for stabling for those with an equestrian interest.
Pasture land: High quality, predominantly level pasture land extending to approximately 50 acres, ring fenced around the farm house and traditional stone barns. Mains water is supplied to numerous troughs and ponds throughout the farm and land. Manor Farm owns the shooting rights over all of its land. Two further lots of 25 acres and 53 acres are available by separate negotiation.
Entrance hall; drawing room; dining room; sitting room; kitchen/breakfast room; cloakroom; master bedroom with en suite shower room; three further bedrooms; large family bathroom; cellars.
Private drive; gardens and pasture land extending to approximately 50 acres; courtyard with two stone outbuildings totalling approximately 4,300sq.ft; two substantial modern buildings totalling approximately 10,575sq.ft; planning permission granted for an additional modern building of 1,800sq.ft; off road parking; shooting rights included; two further lots of 25 acres and 53 acres of pasture land are available by separate negotiation.