A 3 bedroom house in Holymoorside, Derbyshire, with 2 barn conversion flats, large gym/office and land extending to approximately 3.1 acres.
A fine stone built farmhouse together with a range of ancillary buildings that have been the subject of an extensive programme of restoration and modernisation over the last few years resulting in a property offering a flexible and extensive accommodation all situated a peaceful setting within the Peak District National Park. A pair of electric gates open onto a tarmac driveway with turning circle and extensive off road parking. The main house is situated to the left of the complex and is double glazed throughout with many fine features including beamed ceilings and working fireplaces.
Ground floor: The front door opens into the entrance hall with guest cloakroom and stairs to the first floor. The sitting room is dual aspect and has a Clearview wood burning stove set into a stone fireplace, a wide opening leads into a large TV room with Amtico wood effect flooring, a wood burning stove, wall mounted TV and bi-fold doors opening onto the garden. The dining room has a stone fireplace and a door out to the small front garden. Adjacent is a small study. The kitchen/breakfast room has a polished tile floor and a good range of wall and base units with granite worktops incorporating Belfast sink. There is a Miele fridge/freezer, a Bosch microwave, a combi oven, conventional oven, heating drawer, five ring induction hob with extractor over and a small wine fridge. To the dining end is a wall mounted TV. Off the kitchen is the utility room with integrated dishwasher and a good range of storage cupboards, drawers and work surfaces incorporating stainless steel sink, a back door leads out the to the driveway.
First floor: The landing has a cupboard housing the hot water system and gives access to the master suite which is approached through a dressing room with an excellent range of fitted wardrobes and a fitted dressing table with mirror over leading to the bedroom with corner wood burning stove and a pair of doors opening onto the lovely rear garden. There is an en suite shower room with double tray and hand basin, adjacent is a separate W.C. There are two further double bedrooms overlooking the front garden. The family bathroom has a full suite comprising bath, separate shower, heated towel rail, hand basin with mirror fronted medicine cabinet over and W.C.
Gardens: To the front of the house is a small garden laid to lawn with mature shrubs to the roadside, to the rear is a garden laid mainly to lawn overlooking the fields and open countryside beyond. There is small vegetable garden. The fields are laid to pasture and extend to approximately 2.5 acres, to the top are two stables.
Stone barns: The barn has been split in two with to one end a door opening from outside into a large, double height room with exposed beams, a hard rubber matted floor and an exposed stone wall to one end with wall mounted TV currently in use as a gym. Oak stairs lead up to a mezzanine office with oak flooring and glass screen overlooking the gym. Below the office is a steam room complex which is fully tiled, has fitted benches and comprises steam room, twin shower room, separate W.C. and plant room.
The other part of the barn is split into two fine flats which are arranged as follows:
Ground floor - Spinney Cottage: With underfloor heating throughout, the tiled entrance hall leads into a sitting/dining room with corner electric wood-burner, to one end is an open plan kitchen with wall and base units and granite worktops with inset sink, a range of appliances include a CDA electric oven, four burner hob and extractor, dishwasher and under counter fridge and freezer. The double bedroom has a good range of fitted cupboards and adjacent is the bathroom with full suite comprising panelled bath with shower over and glass shower screen, W.C., heated towel rail and hand basin with glass fronted medicine cabinet over.
First floor - Leveret Cottage: Stone steps lead up to the apartment from the outside, the front door opens into the sitting/dining room with corner wood burning stove and as below to one end a fully fitted kitchen done to the same standard and specification as Spinney Cottage. There is a good double bedroom with fitted cupboards and as below a fully fitted bathroom.
Further stone outbuildings comprising: Walk-in drying room; stable; tack room with W.C. and fitted sink unit; plant room with the ground source heat pump, oil fired boiler for main house, plant for solar heating and hot water and the filtration system for the bore hole. The ground source heat pump and solar panels mean that our client has benefitted from drastically reduced electricity bills and a return of approximately £6,400p.a from the ground source heat pump in recent years. The bore hole filtration system provides the property with a free water supply.
To the rear of the stone buildings is a further area of extensive parking laid to tarmac leading to an open fronted three bay Dutch barn clad in Yorkshire plank, to one side is a cedar planked greenhouse on a concrete base with glass above, and a stone flagged patio with a garden fireplace. There is a heated dog kennel with covered run and a wood store behind which is a concealed 4,000 litre oil tank and an outside sink.
Main house: Entrance hall; sitting room; television/second sitting room; dining room; study; kitchen/breakfast room; cloakroom; master bedroom with dressing room, shower room and cloakroom; two further double bedrooms, family bathroom.
Two flats each comprising: Sitting/dining room with open plan kitchen; double bedroom; bathroom.
Gymnasium building comprising: Gym; office; steam room; changing room; shower room; W.C.
Extensive parking; electric gates; three bay open Dutch barn; stone stable; drying room; tack room with W.C.; plant room; greenhouse; heated dog kennel and run; gardens; patio; twin wooden stables; pasture land, in all approximately 3.1 acres.
EPC rating - D (main house)
The property was once owned by the son of Sir Richard Arkwright but more recently was the property of the Chatsworth estate until being sold into private ownership in 1957. Harewood Grange appears on Speeds map of Derbyshire in 1610 and also Burdetts map of 1767, it is thought there has been a settlement here back to the 12th Century. Although in the parish of Beeley the neighbouring village is Holymoorside so named after the small moor Holy Moor which derived its name due to the proximity to the monks who lived and worked below on the medieval enclosure of Harewood Grange.
Harewood Moor Grange forms part of a small hamlet of buildings in the Peak District National Park, just above the River Hipper to the east of East Moors in the parish of Beeley. The market towns of Bakewell and Chesterfield with their excellent shopping, recreational and transport facilities, including trains to London from 1 hr 50 mins, are within a short drive. It is also within easy reach of Sheffield, Derby, Nottingham and Manchester.