A 1 bedroom house in Ashford in the Water, Bakewell, Derbyshire with .
The house is approached through stone gate posts up a tarmaced drive leading to an extensive gravelled parking area. The house is constructed over three floors under a slate roof and five by three bays with the North front being of coursed rubble, the remaining sides are a fine ashlar bluff, fine-medium grained Millstone Grit, probably Ashover Grit from nearby Ball Cross quarry.
Main house: Ground floor: Entrance hall; staircase hall; reception hall; drawing room; dining room; sitting room; billiard room; study; conservatory; kitchen/breakfast room; larder; butler’s pantry; boot room; three cloakrooms; self contained flat within the house comprising sitting room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
First floor: Five/six bedrooms; bedroom six/dressing room; three bathrooms; utility room.
Second floor: Sitting room; five bedrooms; two bathrooms; nursery kitchen, access to attics and the roof.
Basement: Extensive cellarage comprising; large fuel store with ante room and door to outside; wine cellar; five further rooms.
The Stable Flat: Comprising two bedrooms; large sitting room; kitchen and bathroom.
Barn Cottage: Comprising three bedrooms; sitting room; kitchen and bathroom.
The Cottage in the Grounds: Comprising two bedrooms; sitting room; kitchen/dining room; bathroom and separate cloakroom.
Garden Cottage: Comprising three bedrooms; sitting room; dining room; kitchen and bathroom.
Extensive gardens; large walled kitchen garden with greenhouse and potting shed; large terrace; original stable block with stabling, garaging and workshop; range of traditional and modern farm buildings; sheep shed and handling pens; tennis court; further garaging; game larder; further dilapidated traditional farm buildings; former sawmill; ponds; renowned private fishing on the River Wye; shooting rights; pasture-land and woodland. In all extending to approximately 76.33 hectares (188.61 acres). Cricket ground and pavilion (let on long lease at nominal rent to local cricket club).