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4 bedroom mews house for sale

Home Farm, Hopton


Property Description

Key features

  • 3/4 Bedroom Conversion
  • Lots of Original Features
  • Energy Rating D
  • Sought After Location
  • Arranged Over Three Floors
  • Parking & Garage

Full description

This delightful character home is one of a range of former farm buildings arranged around a quiet and secluded courtyard, on the outskirts of the small villages of Hopton and Carsington and also close to Carsington Water with its associated sporting activities. This home has undergone a sympathetic programme of conversion and retains a host of original and interesting features. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and comprises; entrance hall, large lounge, guest's cloakroom and dining kitchen. The first floor has three bedrooms with ensuite bathroom to the master and a "Jack n Jill" shower room which can be accessed by bedrooms two and three. On the third floor there is access to a most useful loft area with steps that lead up to a sizeable loft room. Outside there is a small courtyard to the front. Driveway with single garage. No Upward Chain.

About Hopton - The village of Hopton is set on the edge of the Peak National Park in an area of delightful countryside including Carsington Water which is known for its leisure facilities including fishing and water sports. Combined with the village of Carsington, Hopton has the benefit of a primary school and village inn and is within easy travelling distance of local centres including Wirksworth (two miles), Matlock (six miles) and Ashbourne (ten miles). Derby city centre (twelve miles) offers a broader range of amenities and is within easy commuting distance. The A50 dual carriageway is situated approximately eight miles to the south of Ashbourne providing excellent communications to the M6 motorway, M1 motorway and in turn Nottingham East Midlands International Airport

Ground Floor - The property is accessed via the shared courtyard with steps that lead up to the part glazed front door which opens into the entrance hall with stairs that lead off to the first floor. There is exposed stonework and original timbers. The door on the right leads to the guest's cloakroom whilst the door on the left leads to the

Sitting Room - 18'3 x 15'9 (5.56m x 4.80m) - A substantial reception room with ample space for a dining area if required. This room is well lit by the double glazed, multi-paned window to the front aspect and the french doors with matching side panels to the rear. There is a brick built fireplace which is not currently in use. We have, however, been informed that an open fire or wood burner could be installed subject to survey. There is a TV point and four matching brass wall lights. From the hallway, the door on the right leads into the

Guest's Cloakroom - 7' x 4'5 (2.13m x 1.35m) - Comprising of a vanity unit housing a concealed cistern WC with built in storage and shelving and wall mounted sink. There are hooks for coats etc. Along the corridor, a split door leads into the

Dining Kitchen - 18'4 x 15'7 (5.59m x 4.75m) - Again, a good size family space with ample room for a dining table and chairs. There is a range of matching wall, base and drawer units with space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Integrated appliances include; eye level oven and microwave, ceramic hob with extractor over. There is a one and a half bowl inset sink, tiled splashbacks and the two multi-paned double glazed windows to the rear provide a good level of natural light. Again we have a host of original features, such as the stone surrounds for the former cooking ranges, exposed timber work and brick wall. There is built in shelving for books etc. A recess provides space for a fridge freezer and a door provides access to the understairs cupboard where there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. The "Grant" boiler is sited here (installed 2013). The modern consumer unit and electric meter can be found here also.

First Floor - From the entrance hall, the stairs arrive at the first floor landing where there are two double glazed, multi paned windows to the rear aspect. The first door on the right leads into the

Master Bedroom - 13'5 x 12'4 (4.09m x 3.76m) - A good sized bedroom well lit by the double glazed, multi paned window to the front aspect and Velux window overhead. There is a built in double wardrobe with hanging rail with shelf over providing a good level of storage. A panelled door leads to the

Ensuite Bathroom - 8'9 xx 6'6 (2.67m x x 1.98m) - With a traditional suite comprising of; panelled bath with telephone style shower fitments, pedestal sink with light and shower connection over and low flush WC. There is a built in cupboard and an obscured glass feature window. Along the landing the door leads into

Bedroom Two - 12'8 x 9'4 (3.86m x 2.84m) - Another double bedroom again with a large built in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf over providing a good level of storage. There is a double glazed multi-paned window to the front aspect overlooking the front courtyard. A door leads to the

Jack 'N' Jill Shower Room - 9'6 x 4'3 (2.90m x 1.30m) - Half tiled with a three piece suite comprising of; low flush WC, pedestal sink and fully tiled shower cubicle with thermostatic shower fitments. There is a shaver point. Over the far side of the shower room, another door leads into

Bedroom Three - 12'4 x 9' Max (3.76m x 2.74m Max) - Currently used as a second sitting room but would accommodate a double bed if required. There is a built in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf over and a double glazed, multi-paned window to the front aspect. TV point.

Second Floor - A second stair case leads up and around to the top floor passing a high level access door to the side loft which provides development potential and most useful storage. This room measures 12' x 13' approximately. Continuing up the stairs, through a stone feature archway, there is a small landing area and a panelled door gives access to a useful storage area into the eaves. An opening leads to the

Loft Room / Bedroom Four - 12'8 x 12'2 Max (3.86m x 3.71m Max) - A popular room with the current vendors and whilst this room could accommodate a double bed, they have always used it as a work/hobby/study room due to the good level of natural light provided by the velux window to the front aspect. The main timberwork is exposed and we have additional storage on both sides, into the eaves . TV & BT connections.

Outside - To the front of the property there is a large courtyard, shared by three other dwellings. Stone steps lead up to the front door where there is a seating area, ideal for warm weather dining. There is a single garage with parking space just across the courtyard (third garage in from the right).

Directional Notes - From our Wirksworth office, proceed up West End and continue for some as far as you can go until you decend the hill and stop at the T Junction. Turn left here and follow the sign to Hopton and Carsington. Follow the road for approximately a further half mile, passing the sign to Kirk Ireton on the left. Take the next right turn to Hopton and Carsington. Follow the road through the village and at the bottom of the dip beyond the main part of the village there is a road junction. Turn left by the red brick house and the high wall into the Home Farm driveway. Before the stone arch, The Old Dairy will be found on the left hand side In the first instance, we would recommend that viewers drive under the arch and round into the lower car park and park facing the fence.

Council Tax Information - We are informed by Derbyshire Dales District Council that this home falls within Council Tax band E which is currently £1956 per annum

Services - The property is powered by electricity. The heating system is run on oil. The storage tank (replaced in November 2015) sits discreetly in an enclosed area of the courtyard. The property is connected to a communal sceptic tank which is serviced every six months at a cost of £190.00.

Disclaimer: All measurements in these details are approximate. None of the fixed appliances or services have been tested and no warranty can be given to their condition. The deeds have not been inspected by the writers of these details. These particulars are produced in good faith with the approval of the vendor but they should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract.

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20 January 2016


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