Impressive eco friendly traditional farmhouse with two successfully let holiday cottages privately situated in stunning gardens.
Sandy Lane, Chinley, High Peak, Derbyshire
2 bedroom cottage
1 bedroom cottage
South facing gardens
Good Eco credentials
About 15 acres
This exceptionally attractive stone built farmhouse with its stone flagged floors, mullion windows and stone flagged roof has undergone an Eco transformation with PV panels , super insulation, an MRX Nuaire ventilation and heat recovery system, wood pellet central boiler and now has fantastic Eco credentials.
It is not just a traditional farmhouse either, our clients have cleverly created two holiday cottages from the adjoining buildings which let successfully with established clientele and good levels of occupation. It is not surprising, being in a glorious rural setting with fantastic views, delectable gardens and on the fringe of the Park District National Park.
The main house includes a stone flagged reception hall with an oak paneled front door, oak mullion windows , the staircase leading off and welcoming wood burning stove.
A study/home office or snug lies off to the left hand side, again with mullion windows finished in oak. The door to the delightful dining room lies beyond, has a window to the rear and another wood burning stove. A set of steps lead up to the delightful triple aspect sitting room with a wood-burning stove set in a fireplace and a French door leading out to the beautiful south facing gardens.
The breakfast kitchen is accessed from both the hall and has a service door to the dining room. Well-appointed with a comprehensive range of cupboards and fitted with an Everhot range with induction hobs flanked by granite work surfaces. The island unit has a breakfast bar which incorporates a window seat and double French doors open to the gardens, perfect for alfresco entertaining in the summer months. Stone floors add real character.
A laundry room lies off the kitchen, has a sink and plumbing for a washer and has a window to the front. To the rear, off a rear entrance vestibule with a cloaks area, doors open to reveal a recess for a large fridge/freezer. A cloakroom with a w.c. and wash hand basin lies off.
There are five double bedrooms off the landing including a generous master suite with mullion windows and far reaching views, a dressing area with fitted wardrobes and an en suite with a marble topped wash stand, a large shower cubicle and a contemporary w.c. The guest bedroom has fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room and the three remaining bedrooms, one of which has fitted wardrobes, share the well-appointed house bathroom with its granite surface, wash hand basin, contemporary suite with a double ended bath, slate tiled floor and over-bath shower. A staircase leads off the third bedroom to the loft hobby room.
There are two adjoining holiday let cottages which could be re-instated into the main house accommodation if needed. Dewsnaps Frost is the larger of the two extending over two floors and includes a living room with stone fireplace and wood burning stove, a well-appointed dining kitchen with appliances and a pair of bedroom suites, both having en suites, one with a bath and one a shower. A French door leads out to a private south facing garden. Dewsnaps Spring is a single level cottage with an open plan living dining kitchen opening to a raised deck terrace on the south side and a well-appointed double bedroom with double French doors to the front and an en suite shower room.
The gardens are amazing, set out in individual rooms with a productive vegetable garden, soft fruit garden and delightful walkways linking terrace areas. A gateway leads through to the field to the south and there are separate gardens for the cottages, all providing a good degree of privacy. The driveway sweeps past a detached garage/workshop and leads around a central island to plenty of parking spaces for the main house and cottages.
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