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6 bedroom house for sale

Red House Farm, Sheldon, Nr Bakewell Derbyshire, DE45


Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial farmhouse
  • Five good sized bedrooms
  • Set in approximately 18.9 acres
  • Immaculately presented
  • Wonderful views
  • Potential for a separate suite within the house
  • Large barn with workshop
  • Stabling for eight horses
  • Ample off road parking
  • Excellent family home

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

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Entrance hall; cloakroom; sitting room; dining room; kitchen/breakfast room; conservatory/garden room; utility room; master bedroom with en suite bathroom and walk in closet; four further double bedrooms; two bathrooms (en suite); two shower rooms (en suite); potential separate suite currently integrated into the house comprising: sitting room; music room (potential bedroom) with walk in wet room; kitchen; cloakroom; utility room.

Front and rear terraces; walled garden; further gardens; stabling for eight horses; large modern barn; workshop; driveway and hard standing for a large number of vehicles; gardens and pasture land extend to approximately 18.9 acres.

The house is presented in immaculate order offering good family accommodation over two floors and is approached up a driveway off Horse Lane which leads to a turning circle and hard standing for a good number of cars.

The front door opens into:
Entrance hall: with cloakroom off and leading through to the
Dining room: with its multi-fuel stove, views over the rear terrace and wide archways which open into the kitchen and the good sized square sitting room.
Sitting room: has a fireplace incorporating multi-fuel stove, full length glazed door which opens onto the rear paved terrace and further double French doors to the useful:
Conservatory/garden room: with double doors into the walled garden.
Kitchen: well fitted with a range of wall and base units incorporating a twin Belfast sink unit and a large central island all with granite worktops. There is a range of built in appliances including a four oven oil fired AGA, a dishwasher, fridge and microwave.
To the other end of the house the accommodation is flexible and could easily provide a dependant relative/teenager’s flat. This currently comprises:
Large sitting room: with wood burning stove and double doors to the rear terrace.
Kitchen: fully fitted with wall and base units and incorporating a built in electric oven, space for a fridge, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher and having a door to the utility room and separate cloakroom.
Double bedroom: currently in use as a music room with en suite walk in wet room.

Stairs from the hall lead to:

Master bedroom: with en suite bathroom, walk in closet and door through to a study/potential dressing room.
Guest or children’s bedroom: double bedroom with wooden steps up to a mezzanine level ideal as a sleeping platform or study area and a fully fitted en suite shower room.
Bedroom 3: double bedroom with en suite shower room.
Bedroom 4: double bedroom with walk in cupboard and en suite bathroom.
Bedroom 5: double bedroom with en suite bathroom.

To the rear of the property is a large stone flagged terrace with raised border edging opening onto a large area of lawn which also gives access to the side of the house where there is an attractive walled garden mainly laid to lawn. At the front of the house is a raised, flagged terrace with lovely views over the front field, driveway and to the wide open countryside beyond.
There is a substantial modern building with excellent storage, a good sized internal workshop and a range of eight stables to the exterior. The land runs to the front, rear and down one side of the property and extends to approximately 18.9 acres of grazing pasture ideal for those wishing to indulge in equestrian pursuits or run a small hobby farm. Our clients currently have a loose agreement with a neighbouring farmer who takes the crops from the fields at the appropriate time.

Situated between the villages of Sheldon and Monyash this immaculate former farmhouse is located in the Peak District National Park with a short drive of the market town of Bakewell with its range of shopping, transport and recreational facilities. The larger historic spa town of Buxton is also within easy reach and has a wider array of shops and restaurants as well as cultural interests including the renowned Opera House. Buxton also has a railway station with trains running directly to Manchester and Sheffield.

All viewing is to be strictly by appointment with Caudwell & Co on 01629 810 018

In accordance with the Misrepresentation Act 1967 and the Property Mis-Description Act 1991, these details have been prepared in good faith; they are not intended to constitute part of an offer of contract. Any information contained herein, whether in the text, plans or photographs is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement or representation of fact. Any measurement or distance referred to herein are approximate only.

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15 February 2011

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