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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Alkmonton Lane, Boylestone, Ashbourne, Derbyshire

Sold STC £599,500

Property Description

Key features

  • Located on the edge of a very sought after Derbyshire village
  • Oil central heating
  • Hall forming a study area
  • Sitting room with feature fireplace and stove
  • Dining room
  • Spacious breakfast kitchen
  • Four bedrooms
  • En-suite shower room
  • Family bathroom
  • Long sweeping drive approach to detached double garage

Full description

A four bedroom semi-detached farmhouse, enjoying fine southerly views over rolling Derbyshire countryside, sure to appeal to those with equestrian interests including stables and set in some 13 acres including two large fields

General Information -

Fields Farm comprises a semi-detached farmhouse situated at the head of a long drive off Alkmonton Lane, on the outskirts of the very sought after Derbyshire village of Boylestone.

The property is sure to appeal to those with equestrian interests as it is sold with the benefit of a stable block comprising of three stables and two large gently sloping fields having a southerly aspect and the site area is understood to extended to some 13 acres or thereabouts (to be checked).

The property has the benefit of oil central heating and the accommodation includes, a porch, entrance hall forming a study, sitting room with feature fireplace, separate dining room, spacious farmhouse breakfast kitchen with matching units, separate utility room, on the first floor there is a principal bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Very pleasant secluded mainly laid gardens plus a detached double garage.

Location -

Boylestone is a very sought after hamlet situated approximately seven miles south of the famous market town of Ashbourne, which provides an excellent range of amenities including shops, schools and recreational facilities and is also known as the gateway to Dovedale and the Peak District National Park. The village has the benefit of a village church together with a village inn with separate noted restaurant to the rear known as The Lighthouse.

The city of Derby is very easily accessed via a pretty country route along the old road of Long Lane and City lies approximately 11 miles to the east with its outer ring road providing swift onward connection with the major trunk roads and other east and west midlands centres.

The A50 dual carriageway is located approximately three miles to the south of the property and provides onward connections to Stoke and both the M1 and M6 motorways together with East Midlands International Airport.

Accommodation -

On The Ground Floor -

Pitched Tiled Canopy Porch - Panelled and glazed door:

Vestibule - Corner display unit.

Reception Hall - 2.12m x 2.32m (6'11" x 7'7") - Forming study, coved cornice, multi paned glazed door and side screen to:

Inner Lobby - Having a ceramic tiled floor and further multi paned door to:

Sitting Room - 5.32m x 3.54m (17'5" x 11'7") - Feature Inglenook area with revealed beams and recessed brick fireplace, extensive brick hearth and adjacent display area, Brailsford burning log LPG gas fire, exposed central beams, coved cornice, double glazed sliding patio door with matching side screen providing a superb southerly view over an extensive sun terrace, the garden and open farmland beyond.

Dining Room - 4.42m x 2.63m (14'6" x 8'8") - Chimney breast with recesses on either side, brick fireplace, raised hearth, polished wood display mantle and open fire grate and revealed beams to ceiling.

Inner Lobby - With stairs to the first floor off and polished wood banister rail.

Spacious Well Fitted Farmhouse Breakfast Kitchen - 6.12m x 4.44m (20'1" x 14'7") - Divided by a central square arch and featuring ceramic tiled floor, range of matching units including a full room width roll edge preparation surface with returns and attractive ceramic tiled splashbacks, inset 11/2 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, under cupboards, drawers and appliance space beneath including plumbing for a dishwasher, adjacent cooker recess (the Belling fan assisted electric double oven incorporating a grill and four plate ceramic hob is included, together with the stove with a feature Stoves canopy over, incorporating a variable speed extractor with electric light, further base unit, tall cupboard with adjacent wine rack, two matching wall mounted cabinets including china display cupboard with glass door and adjacent display shelving, window providing superb southerly view.

Dining Area - Features a brick chimney breast and fireplace with raised hearth and Clarke Pembroke multi fuel stove, adjacent handcrafted built-in cupboard with shelving and china display cabinet with leaded glazed doors, pine panelled ceiling, dado rail and window providing a westerly view.

Utility/Laundry Room - 3.22m x 2.12m (10'7" x 6'11") - Wide recess, ceramic tiled floor, deep white glazed belfast sink with cupboard beneath, adjacent plumbing for a washing machine, latch door to separate w.c., understairs storage cupboard and panelled and glazed door to the garden.

On The First Floor -

Landing - Double glazed roof light and useful built-in storage cupboard.

Bedroom One - 3.51m x 3.26m (11'6" x 10'8") - Measurement is taken into entrance lobby area. Walk-in wardrobe with hanging rail and fitted shelving.

En-Suite Shower Room - With tiled shower having a glass shower door and Heatstore electric shower fitting, vanity unit with tiled surround and under cupboard.

Bedroom Two - 4.07m x 3.02m (13'4" x 9'11") - Door to eaves area.

Bedroom Three - 2.62m x 3.45m (8'7" x 11'4") - The first measurement is taken to the face of the chimney breast, adjacent built-in wardrobe with three principal doors, hanging rail and storage cupboards over and further built-in cupboard with fitted shelving.

Bedroom Four - 3.66m x 1.84m max (12'0" x 6'0" max) - Exposed purlin.

Bathroom - With tiled panelled bath having a mixer tap and tiled surround, pedestal wash basin and low suite w.c., half tiled splashback, large airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder, fitted immersion and slatted shelving.

Outside -

The property is approached via a long sweeping driveway bordered to the one side by post and rail fencing.

The garden forms a special feature and must be seen to be appreciated, facing south with an extensive granite set and block paved terrace, ideal for alfresco dining, with steps down to a lower level terrace, with walls on either side and further steps down to a gently sweeping lawn with inset blue cedar.

Further area of private garden to the westerly side, well screened by hedging and including a lawn, footpath and herbaceous borders.

Detached Double Garage - 5.50m x 5m (18'1" x 16'5") - Rendered block and tiled roof construction, having a concrete floor, fluorescent light and power laid on, rear personal door and twin timber entrance doors.

The property is sure to appeal to those with equestrian interests, set in some 13 acres (to be checked) and including two large fields having the benefit of water laid on and bordered by post and rail fencing and hedging.

Further outbuildings include:

Stable Block - 4.63m x 3.54m (15'2" x 11'7") - Having a rendered finish with Staffordshire blue tiled roof and comprising, three stables, having a concrete floor and each having stable doors, central one having a further door to the rear.

Fixtures & Fittings - - All fitted carpets, curtains and light fittings are included in the sale.

Directional Note - - The approach from Ashbourne is via A515 proceeding southwards towards Uttoxeter, Sudbury and Lichfield and after approximately seven miles turn left as sign posted for Boylestone. In the village centre turn left continue up the hill bearing left again and continue out into open countryside and the driveway access to Fields Farm will be located on the right hand side.

Viewing - - Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Ashbourne Office 01335 345460 (SS May 2016))

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