2 bedroom cottage for saleThe Forge, The Hollow, Bamford Mill, Bamford, Derbyshire, S33
A stunning location on the banks of the River Derwent and forming part of this historic period mill conversion, the original old Forge comprising a detached stone built two double bedroom home, beautifully fitted out and extended views over the river and adjoining countryside. Reception hall, master bedroom, en suite bathroom, separate cloakroom, superb extended living kitchen with well fitted kitchen area and adjacent dining area with patio doors to terrace, garden and river, large living room. First floor: double bedroom 2 with en suite shower room. Outside: private terrace, lawn leading down to the river on which it has shared fishing rights and breathtaking views . Two private parking spaces.
Bamford is a popular village within the Peak National Park, with good amenities, public transport including railway service, excellent local school and the Sickleholme Golf Club. Sheffield is approximately fourteen miles drive and Manchester/Manchester Airport is approximately thirty two miles.
Historic Background - Bamford Mill is situated alongside the River Derwent in one of the unspoilt villages in the Peak District of Derbyshire and dates back to the 1780s. It was original owned by Christopher Kirk, a member of a well respected Derbyshire family. He converted the then Corn Mill, to cotton processing. Unfortunately the Mill was largely destroyed by a disastrous fire on 24 October 1791 and lay sadly derelict for the next thirty years, after which Samuel Moore, a Mill owner from Manchester, rebuilt Bamford Mill and left the management of his new venue to his son, William Cameron Moor.
Cameron Moore owned much land in the parish of Bamford and built several cottages, the Village School in 1841, The Church in 1860 and The Rectory in 1863. The Mill featured water powered machinery invented by the renowned Richard Arkwright (1732-92). He was perhaps the most famous cotton pioneer and has often been described as the founder to the modern factory system.
In 1845, the Mill employed 100 people, by 1860 this figure had more than doubled to 230, many of whom walked up to four miles daily, to their twelve hour day which began at 6.00am! The Mill changed hands several times during the next 100 years and was used to varying purposes, largely engineering orientated. However, its external feature remained unchanged, Set examples, such as the Clock Tower and the fully operations engine affectionally known as 'Edna', still remain as a testimony to its industrial past.
Today, The Mill, which is of great architectural and historical interest, has been beautifully and sympathetically converted by Gleeson Homes to provide quite outstanding and unique accommodation for the discerning buyer wishing to secure a lovely home of rare and unusual quality, in an idyllic location, as the River Derwent ebbs gently past The Mill, fishing rights are accorded to all residents.
The Accommodation Comprises - Entrance door with double glazed windows to one side, opens to
Reception Hall - With tiled floor and central heating radiator.
Cloakroom - With low flush w.c., and wash hand basin with mirror above. Partly tiled. Central heating radiator and obscure double glazed window.
Understairs Storage Cupboard - Housing the Worcester wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler.
Dining Kitchen - A superb living kitchen of generous proportions and extended and with a feature high vaulted ceiling with king post roof truss and divided into two areas.
Kitchen Area - With extensive range of hand painted base and wall units, granite worktops and incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Good range of integrated appliances comprising washer/dryer, Zanussi dishwasher, twin freezers and a large Bosch fridge. Set into the mock chimney breast with over mantle is the Rangemaster five ring gas hob with twin electric oven and grill set below.
Adjacent Dining Area - With feature deep sealed unit glazed windows taking in the spectacular views over the lawn leading down to the River Derwent and French doors leading out onto your own private terrace and gardens with south westerly aspect. Wall mounting for t.v. Under floor heating to part of the room and central heating radiator.
Lounge - A further lovely feature room with high vaulted ceiling and exposed king post roof truss and original exposed stone wall to one elevation and part of the old original Forge. Living flame gas coal effect fire with canopy set above. Three sealed unit glazed windows, one overlooking the River Derwent and courtyard and countryside and two overlooking the central courtyard. Tiled floor and two central heating radiators. Storage cupboard.
Leading off the entrance hall
Master Bedroom - With range of floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes with cupboards set over and also incorporating a dressing table with drawers. Three sealed unit glazed windows taking in the superb aspect over the River Derwent and open countryside. High ceiling and tiled floor. Three central heating radiators.
En Suite Bathroom - With white suite comprising panelled bath with Mira shower set over, vanity wash hand basin with cupboards below and bevelled glass mirror to one side and low flush w.c. The room is partly tiled and with tiled floor. Chrome ladder style central heating radiator, storage cupboard and shelving and sealed unit glazed window with stunning view over the River Derwent.
From the entrance hall, feature staircase with exposed stone walling rises to the
First Floor Landing - With sealed unit glazed window with river view and Velux sealed unit glazed roof light.
Bedroom 2 - A further excellent double bedroom with range of built in wardrobes and cupboards. Central heating radiator and sealed unit glazed window overlooking the inner courtyard. Access hatch to loft.
En Suite Shower Room - Fully tiled and with white suite comprising shower cubicle with Mira shower, pedestal wash hand basin with bevel glass mirror set over and low flush w.c. Chrome towel rail situated over the central heating radiator and obscure sealed unit glazed window. Recess low voltage lighting and Xpelair.
Outside - Vehicular access leads into the inner courtyard area and The Forge is to the far right hand side and has two private parking spaces. To the rear, which is south westerly, its own private terrace with access from the French windows from the dining area. Large expanse of lawn which leads down to the banks of the River Derwent over which it has glorious views and over the surrounding countryside. The Forge together with other owners of Bamford Mill have fishing rights on the river.
General Remarks - The property has shared use of the large communal entertaining room called The Derwent Room which is ideal for large parties and has stunning views over the River Derwent. There is also a communal storage area. The Forge also has a British Gas Hive System which is controlled by an App to your mobile phone for the central heating and hot water.
Service Charge - Approximately £1,231 per annum to include insurance of the property, maintenance of communal areas, external painting etc. The Freehold of the development is owned by Bamford Mill Residents Limited. All 28 properties have an equal share.
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