An impressive, high specification 5 bedroom barn conversion with superb countryside views.
A glazed entry door to the front aspect leads into the entrance hall with low recessed lighting and French limestone flooring.
Spanning the full depth of the property is the stunning kitchen diner, finished to an exceptionally high standard with a Mark Wilkinson bespoke, hand painted kitchen. The kitchen itself is finished in a light grey with granite work surfaces and a chefs island. The island retains a host of storage drawers, cupboards, engraved drawers and is fitted with two Miele fridge drawers, Miele microwave oven and a ceramic sink.
Other appliances throughout the kitchen include a large Sub-Zero fridge freezer with ice and water dispenser, Sub-Zero full height wine cooler, a Miele steam oven, Miele coffee machine. La Cornue, chateau 180 double oven to include 3 large gas hobs, central simmering plate, griddle and electric teppanyaki plate with extraction above. A La Cornue gas rotisserie can be found towards the end of the kitchen alongside a secondary Belfast sink and a larder cupboard with lower engraved drawers. The dining area enjoys a dual aspect with French doors out to the patio. Just off the kitchen is a useful store room/pantry/utility.
A spacious, formal dining room is accessible via the kitchen diner, entrance hall and inner hallway, a pleasant entertaining room with two built-in display cabinets and access to the rear courtyard.
Double oak doors lead from the entrance hall into a dual aspect sitting room, featuring a focal point stone built fireplace with inset log burner and a door out to the front patio.
A superb lounge / summer dining room with glazed doors that open out to the central courtyard is also home to three original stone troughs that have been left in situ, adding to the unique character of the property. The stunning cathedral vaulted ceiling, beautiful exposed beams, feature stonework, oak flooring and Italian designer log burner as the main focal point make this a hugely impressive room that also separates the living accommodation and ground floor bedrooms.
Steps lead up from the lounge / summer dining room to an inner hallway which is automatically lit by the recessed lighting and leads on to an en suite double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. A large, dual aspect double bedroom, also with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and a exposed brick feature wall is positioned to the end of the hall which leads on to a three piece bathroom, fitted with Porcelanosa tiles and sanitary ware to include a central freestanding bath, low level WC and wall mounted wash hand basin. Continuing on from this large double bedroom is a further en suite bedroom overlooking the courtyard with door out.
To the end of the property is a generous laundry and boot room, fitted with a substantial French style airing unit, wall and base units to house additional appliances. Plumbing is in situ for washing machines plus ventilation for tumble dryer. There are two glazed external doors, one of which gives access to the courtyard. This section of the house could easily be converted into annexe accommodation, using the large double bedroom as a sitting room, the double bedroom and en suite as per use and the utility room as a kitchen.
The original granary, exposed wide stone staircase leads from the lounge / summer dining room to an inner hallway with two bedrooms at this level.
There is a well proportioned double bedroom to the side elevation with four piece en suite bathroom, fitted with a corner bath, low level WC, corner shower unit and vanity wash hand basin.
The principal bedroom suite at first floor level is a hugely impressive space with a vaulted ceiling and large exposed beams. The main room incorporates the bedroom and a sitting area, boasting a picture window to the west elevation, taking advantage of the striking views. There is a walk-in wardrobe and a large en suite, three piece bathroom displaying exposed stone walls, holding a freestanding Villeroy and Boch bath, a low level WC, wall mounted wash hand basin, chrome heated towel rail and fitted eaves shelving and storage.
A shared private limestone laid drive off Wirksworth Moor leads on to the large parking area and a double garage, benefitting internal power, lighting and a separate storage room / workshop. To the front of the property there is a full width, elevated patio area with stunning countryside views and steps leading down to a lower stretch of lawn with a walled boundary. To the centre of the property there is a large sheltered walled courtyard entertaining area.
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Superb conversion offering character with contemporaryLuke BillsonProperty agent