5 bedroom detached house for sale

Agnes Meadow, Kniveton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire

£550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Being within easy reach of the Market Town of Ashbourne with its many
    cosmopolitan facilities, shops, cafes and bars
  • This outstanding barn conversion, believed to date from the 16th Century, offers an impressive range of original features with the use of many reclaimed additions extending to five bedroomed accommoda

Full description

Delightful Grade II Listed barn conversion set within a most idyllic and tranquil rural setting with magnificent panoramic views, yet being within easy reach of the Market Town of Ashbourne.

Description -

The property extends to large lounge with recess inglenook fireplace; ground floor cloakroom; open plan dining kitchen; snug; study; large pantry; guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom having period suite; second guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom; three additional bedrooms and large family bathroom with four piece Victorian styled suite kitchen garden and additional paddock land; ornate front landscaped patio; garden to the front; additional garden land ideal for the location of a garage.

The Property -

A most charming individual 16th Century barn conversion constructed of stone with a pitched slated roof the property has a wealth of original charm and character throughout and boasts many fascinating features including stone flagged floors, wealth of exposed timbers to both the ceilings and the walls and has had many reclaimed items installed to add to the special character of this property.

An inspection will reveal large lounge with recessed Inglenook feature fireplace with wood burning stove, adjacent ground floor cloakroom with period suite, superb open plan kitchen with Belfast sink with granite work surfaces and hand crafted pine units and Aga, there is a useful study and a most delightful snug, formerly the calving pen with its stone and brick floor, raised feature fireplace with new wood burning stove, a reclaimed stone sink with hand pump. Please note there is a separate staircase leading to a separate bedroom with the benefit of an en-suite bathroom and this area could easily form an independent relatives accommodation or teenagers suite. There is also a good sized shelved pantry with original thralls.

To the first floor there are five interesting bedrooms, all with wooden stripped floors throughout, exposed beams- two having the benefit of Victorian in-style en-suite bathrooms and there is a large formal family bathroom again with a period suite with free standing bath.

Throughout the property there is a wealth of character with reclaimed oak doors, hand crafted oak windows and reclaimed school type radiators A property steeped in charm and character and well worthy of further inspection.

Gardens & Grounds -

The property is set within a most delightful garden with a superb flagstone patio with ornamental water feature to the front, rear patio with small lawned garden leading to a ¾ acre sheep's paddock.

To the side of the property there is a good sized kitchen garden enjoying panoramic views over open countryside with a variety of timber garden stores and sheds and additional paddock land.

Situation -

Kniveton is a most delightful village with its local pub and traditionally style built buildings. The property itself enjoys an idyllic location on the edge of Kniveton with superb panoramic views

Accommodation -

On The Ground Floor -

Entrance Lobby - With stone flag floor, stairs to the first floor off and hand stripped pine doors.

Lounge - 4.94m x 9.16m (16'2" x 30'1") - Magnificent wood burning stove on raised plinth with adjacent stove, heavily beamed ceiling and beamed walls, stone flag floor, brick original steps and door leading to a bedroom and two school type radiators.

Cloakroom - With high level WC, wash hand basin, school type radiator, stone flag floor, beamed ceiling and recessed storage cupboard with pine door to front.

Rear Utility Passage - Enamel sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine, plumed in American style fridge/freezer, stone flag floor and beamed ceiling.

Kitchen - 4.95m x 5.97m (16'3" x 19'7") - Hand crafted fitted antique pine units with inset enamel sink unit with brass mixer tap over and base cupboard beneath, adjacent marble work surfaces, stone flag floor, heavily exposed beamed ceiling and beamed walls, arger (oil fire) with adjacent storage cupboards, tall hand crafted storage cupboard with antique pine door to front, door to the rear off, school type radiator and understairs storage cupboard.

Snug - 4.9m x 4.9m (16'1" x 16'1") - Stone and brick floor, heavily beamed ceilings, raised hearth with burning stove, stone sink with original pump over, school type radiators and stairs to the first floor off.

Study - 3.68m x 2.97m (12'1" x 9'9") - With stone flag floor, exposed beam ceiling and beamed walls and school type radiator.

On The First Floor -

Bedroom One - 5.26m x 3.84m (17'3" x 12'7") - Above the snug with wooden strip floor, beamed ceiling, Velux roof lights and school type radiator.

En-Suite Bathroom - With cast iron bath, low level WC, wash hand basin and wooden floor, beamed ceiling.

Bedroom Two - 5.14m x 4.66m (16'10" x 15'3") - With wooden strip floor, beamed ceiling and school type radiator.

Bedroom Three - 5.14m x 3.71m (16'10" x 12'2") - Wooden strip floor and school type radiator.

Bedroom Four / Dressing Room - 3.86m x 3.14m (12'8" x 10'4") - Wooden strip floor and school type radiator.

Bedroom Five - 4.61m x 5.21m (15'1" x 17'1") - Access from secondary staircase above the lounge with wooden strip floor and school type radiator.

En-Suite Bathroom - Cast iron bath, pedestal wash hand basin and WC.

Family Bathroom - With free standing bath, low level WC, wash hand basin, wooden strip floor and school type radiator.

Directional Note -

From Ashbourne town centre proceed along the Belper Road turning left where signposted Kniveton. Proceed along the lane for approximately 1.5 miles and then at the fork in the road take the turning right into Agnes Meadow Road.

Viewing -

Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Ashbourne Office (DM 08.09.2014)

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Added on Rightmove:
22 February 2016

Nearest station

  • Cromford (7.7 mi)
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8 Market Place, Ashbourne, DE6 1HQ

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8 Market Place, Ashbourne, DE6 1HQ

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Nearest station

  • Cromford (7.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Scargill Mann & Co, Ashbourne

8 Market Place, Ashbourne, DE6 1HQ

01335 680004 Local call rate

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