A Grade II listed country house dating from 1840 set in a special estate located in the Peak District National Park with extensive frontage to the River Derwent in about 54.99 acre.
Nether Hall has been in the same family ownership since it was built in 1840 and the principal house which is Grade II listed is built of regular coursed gritstone with ashlar dressings.
It is built to take full advantage of its south westerly aspect over the nearby River Derwent, all with views beyond to the open countryside of the Peak District National Park.
The impressive approach to the house leads to the front courtyard area where there is detached stone garaging with storage/workshop over.
The driveway leads to the rear courtyard with a range of early outbuildings comprising a potting shed, stores/stable and a separately listed two story barn of mid 19th Century construction and built of coursed watershot gritstone with fine quoins and a renewed stone slate roof. This is an unusually high quality building with a former Dovecote entrance and bullseye window. Part of the property has been converted into a high quality residential annexe, enjoying a lovely aspect over the nearby River Derwent. This is let on a separate shorthold tenancy.
The stunning setting of the house takes full advantage of its position, with formal gardens and a grass tennis court, all leading down to the tree lined banks of the River Derwent.
Most of the adjoining land has been let on a Farm Business Tenancy of which details are available on request. In all the house, gardens and land extend to some 54.99 acres or thereabouts. The principal Grade II listed house, built in 1840, has been in the same family ownership since that date.
Set to the side of the north front of the house is a partly walled kitchen garden with green lane leading over a lovely stone arched bridge into the adjoining farm land and paddocks, let on a Farm Business Tenancy.
To the south of the house lie the principal private gardens and terraced areas. There are lawned areas around the main house with mature borders and a stone ha-ha bordering the adjoining fields.
There are wide steps leading down to the grass tennis court and onto further garden areas bounded by mature trees directly down to the River Derwent.
The views from the gardens are quite stunning, with an aspect to the Derwent Valley and the open countryside set above Hathersage village.
This period stone built property is set at the entrance to the estate and provides accommodation comprising on the ground floor, living, kitchen area with bedroom, bathroom and additional smaller room at first floor level. It has its own private garden area and parking.
The Lodge is currently let on a protected tenancy of which details are available on request. The agents have not inspected this property internally.
The fishing rights to Nether Hall are let on a licence. They extend to some 605 meters or thereabouts. Further details are available on request.
The majority of the adjoining farm land is let on a modern Farm Business Tenancy. Details are available on request.
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