Savills | Parwich, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1QL | Properties for sale
9.25 Ac(3.74 Ha)
Guide price £1,250,000

ParwichAshbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1QL

  • Sold
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Sold in February 2020
  • Stunning countryside views
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 reception rooms
  • Additional self-contained annexe
  • Extensive equestrian facilities with sand manège
  • Located in sought after village of Parwich

Historic village house with period stabling, self-contained residential annexe, extensive outbuildings, sand manège, enclosed paddocks and stunning landscaped gardens set in 9.25 acres

About this property

  • Blanche Meadow Farm is a historic period village house of stone
    construction beneath a fine slated roof. The house has been skilfully remodelled and extended by the current owners to create an outstanding home of considerable charm and character. Within the main house the flexible accommodation is arranged with a central hallway leading off to the original dining room with a superb chimney piece and onto an additional sitting room. The kitchen breakfast room lies across the rear of the house and has been skilfully fitted and finished to a very
    high standard. In addition there is a further drawing room/sitting room carefully extended in keeping with the original property which has an aspect and direct access out to the wonderful courtyard garden area.

    Off the rear hallway is a spacious cloaks and W.C and utility room and a study/music room set to the front of the property with independent access.

    The master bedroom suite on the first floor enjoys wonderful views from the double aspect windows with a walk-in fully fitted dressing room and a good sized en suite bathroom with a separate shower. There are two further double bedrooms on this level together with a family bathroom and shower and on the second floor a very generous fourth bedroom.

    Outside, the property has a remote controlled gated entrance from the adjoining open land which leads to a substantial period stone range of outbuildings. Set to the ground floor these are arranged as storage and stabling and with an external original stone staircase leading to a first floor
    self-contained annexe/apartment comprising well fitted kitchen, sitting room with a large bathroom off and double bedroom.

    There is a stable yard to the rear approached off the gravelled driveway with further boxes and onto a waxed sand and fibre manège which adjoins the well fenced and maintained open paddocks.

    The gardens that surround the house are quite outstanding and have taken many years to create numerous garden areas with a fine courtyard setting around the main house with generous paving and water feature. There is a carefully created enclosed garden courtyard with a central rill water feature bordered by a wide flower border planted for colour
    throughout most of the seasons. A high hedge surrounds this idyllic area.

    This is a property of great character and charm having been maintained by the current owners to the very highest standards.

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Stunning character village house with additional annexe and superb extensive equestrian facilities set in beautiful landscaped gardens and grounds of 9.25 acres.

Chris CharltonProperty agent

Local information

  • A glorious and historic period village house set on the edge of, but close to the thriving centre of Parwich which boasts a number of historic and architecturally important properties.
  • The property has been skilfully renovated and improved by the current owners over many years to create an outstanding home set in beautifully landscaped and managed grounds and gardens with extensive stone stabling which includes a separate self-contained first floor annexe and stable yard with further boxes. There is a waxed sand and fibre manège and carefully divided paddocks, all with water supply and troughs set off the central courtyard and driveway area. The property has a magnificent backdrop to the open countryside with village views to the front. It sits in total in some 9.25 acres and is accessible to a wide range of local and regional centres set some 6-7 miles to the north of Ashbourne with connections to the north to Sheffield and Manchester and to the south to
  • Derby and Birmingham.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = F