Savills | Ridgeway Farm, Mount Pleasant Road, Repton, Derby, DE65 6GQ | Property for sale
480.49 sq m(5,172 sq ft)
Guide price £1,395,000

Ridgeway FarmMount Pleasant Road, Repton, Derby, DE65 6GQ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Highly desirable residential location
  • Set within a delightful plot of 0.87 acres
  • Detached two bedroom annexe
  • In excess of 5000sq ft of total accommodation
  • Surrounded by open fields to three elevations
  • Six double bedrooms, three en suite

Attractive Grade II Listed family residence with a two bedroom annexe, occupying a delightful position surrounded by open fields to three elevations and set within a plot of 0.87 aces.

About this property

  • Ridgeway Farm occupies a delightful position surrounded by open fields to three elevations and set within a plot of 0.87 aces. The attractive, Grade II Listed dwelling dates back to the late 1700's and offers 3733sq ft of principal accommodation, arranged over three storeys in addition to a very well-appointed, two bedroom, two storey annexe. There is ample, off street gated parking and three garages, alongside a number of outbuildings. The current owners have sympathetically refurbished the property throughout their occupation, upgrading the kitchen, improving the first floor layout and more recently replacing the main bathroom and en suites in the main house.

    Entry via the west aspect leads into a bright entrance hall with a Georgian staircase to the first floor landing and a sandstone floor. Off the entrance hall to the right are two immaculately presented reception rooms. A dual aspect family room to the front with a marble fireplace, oak strip flooring and built-in alcove shelving and cupboard. To the rear is the main sitting room, a lovely bright room with glazed French doors to the garden, Amtico parquet flooring, alcove shelving and an open fire with marble surround.

    Off the entrance hall to the left sits a generous dining room with a casual seating area to the rear elevation with French doors to the garden. A focal point feature of the dining room is the impressive inglenook fireplace with inset log burner and oak beam across, in addition to the beamed ceiling and original quarry tiled floor.

    The dining room leads through to a charming farmhouse style living kitchen, incorporating hand painted base and wall units, fitted dresser, central chefs island and granite work surfaces. Appliances within the kitchen include an impressive 2 stove, 3 oven Everhot cooker with extractor above, Miele electric oven, Miele combination microwave oven, Belfast sink, a Fisher & Paykel two drawer dishwasher and an American style fridge freezer. The dining area to the rear of the kitchen is also fitted with a dresser unit and allows access out to the rear garden. There is a secondary staircase leading from the kitchen to a first floor study / dressing room. A spacious boot room / utility is positioned off the kitchen, fitted with a range of hand painted units and shelving with a secondary Belfast sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, shoe and coat storage and a door out to the side of the property.

    Stairs ascend from the entrance hall to a bright, spacious landing with stained glass window. To the first floor there are three bedrooms, two to the south elevation and the generous principal bedroom suite to the front of the property, benefitting a large en suite bathroom, fitted with a vanity hand wash basin, shower cubicle, free standing bath, WC and two chrome heated towel rails. The en suite follows on to a versatile room, which is currently used as a study but would also suit use as a dressing room. Having been recently refurbished to a high standard, the modern family bathroom now comprises double vanity wash hand basins, fitted bath, concealed cistern WC, a shelving unit, two chrome heated towel rails and a large shower enclosure.

    There are three further double bedrooms to the second floor, two of which boast newly fitted en suite shower rooms. This floor presents a flexible arrangement which could ideally suit use as a suite with two bedrooms and a lounge.

    Detached annexe which is extremely well appointed, having a good quality oak kitchen with dining area, a well-proportioned sitting room with door out to the front of the property and two bedrooms to the first floor in addition to a four piece bathroom suite.

    Electric timber gates lead through to a gravelled drive, providing ample off street parking, in addition to a triple garage, benefitting power, lighting, shelving and three sets of timber double doors.

    The garden to the rear of the property is predominantly laid to lawn with a hedge boundary and a copse of mature trees. A full width stone flagged patio off the kitchen and dining room presents a large entertaining area, whilst the side garden provides two additional patio seating areas and a rose garden.

    There is a useful outbuilding which holds the two boilers and provides general storage with a gardeners WC adjacent.

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The setting, size of plot and accommodation on offer are three aspects rarely found together in this location.

Clare BinghamProperty agent

Local information

  • Set in a glorious position on the outskirts of the historic and highly sought after village of Repton. The renowned Repton School, founded in 1557, sits within the centre of the village which has a wealth of period houses and buildings. The village lies to the south of the A50 (2.8 miles away), which provides excellent access to a wide range of surrounding regional centres, including Derby (11 miles), Nottingham (17 miles), Leicester (32 miles) and South via the A38 (2.8 miles away) to Birmingham. There are a good range of local facilities and amenities within the village itself to briefly include a number of public houses, a convenience store and a post office. East Midlands Parkway train station is 18 miles away, offering rail access to London St Pancras in 1 hour and 25 minutes.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Repton centre head south on to High Street, after 400m turn left on to Pinfold Lane. Continue along Pinfold Lane on to Mount Pleasant Road until you reach the Mount Pleasant Inn public house. Turn right after the Mount Pleasant Inn, after 130ft keep left and take the unnamed track and Ridgeway Farm will be on your left hand side after 120m.
  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure = Freehold