4 bedroom detached house for saleElmton, Worksop, Derbyshire
Guide Price £450,000
GUIDE PRICE £450,000 - £500,000
Offered for sale is this superb farmhouse, originally built around 1850 for Devonshire (Chatsworth Estate) as one of the outlying farms. It was purchased by the current owners from the Duke of Devonshire in 1982 and completely rebuilt and extended in the period of 1982 to 1984. The property maintains many original features including the original style Welbeck windows, stone chimneys to either end of the property which are fully operational. The roof has been fully replaced as original with feature tiling and dormer windows. Situated in this sought after village of Elmton, the village has remained unchanged for hundreds of years and the majority of the land comes under Devonshire estate. The property is well served by Bolsover and Whitwell, boasting excellent links to the M1 Motorway networks.
Our clients are open to negotiation on the further Barn, 'Byre' annex, paddock and land, the price can be confirmed upon application
In brief the accommodation comprises; Front vestibule door give access to the delightful living room with feature fireplace believing to date back to the 16th century, superb inner hallway leading to the formal dining room. The stunning bespoke kitchen can be accessed via the dining room or courtyard fitted with a superb range of wall and base units with central island and quarry tiled floor. To the first floor master bedroom with en-suite, three further generous bedrooms and a family bathroom the 6ft 6 bath is of historical importance(one of three made for the Earl or Arundel)
To the front are automatic security electric wrought iron gates leading to a gravelled driveway providing ample off-road parking leading to a timber garage and workshop with double front doors and part glazed side access door, side facing single glazed window, work benches, concrete floor, shelving, security lighting and internal smoke sensors. Generous front and side lawned areas approx. 1/2 acre, with mature fruit trees mainly apple trees and floodlighting all enclosed by mature hedging. A large pond borders the side of the driveway which is illuminated by electric standard lamps.
|.|| Part glazed stable style door gives direct access into the farmhouse kitchen.|
|Kitchen|| Extensive range of base units in a shaker style finish, granite effect worktops, automatic plinth lighting with sensors, period glass fronted wall cupboard, large larder cupboard with dual glass fronted doors, newly fitted solid fuel burner approximately 24 months old used for cooking, central heating and hot water which is set within a inglenook recess with tiled splashbacks, front and rear facing hardwood windows, central complementary table with solid wood work surfaces included in the sale, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a freestanding electric cooker, splashback tiling, extractor hood, space for tall larder fridge/freezer, quarry tiled floor covering, beams to the ceiling, door to:|
|Dining Room|| Front and rear facing hardwood windows, double banked radiator, original beams to the ceiling, wood effect vinyl floor covering, wall lights, further door accesses:|
|Inner Hallway|| Doors giving access to the dining room and utility room, stairs leading to the first floor landing, solid original limestone floor covering with insulation under, understairs storage cupboard, wall lights, original beams to the ceiling, illuminated bookcase, door to:|
|Utility Room|| Part glazed front entrance door, generous range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces with ceramic single sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for a electric washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, quarry tiled floor covering, side facing hardwood window, downlighters to the ceiling.|
|Front Vestibule|| Front entrance door giving access to the garden, part glazed door to:|
|Sitting/Living Room|| Rear facing hardwood window, TV point, side facing hardwood window. Feature of the room is a beautiful fireplace, this fireplace was discovered behind a Victorian tiled fireplace and dates back older than the property itself believed to be around the 16th century and has a black slate fire base upon which sits a solid fuel/wood burner which is newly fitted approximately 12 months old.|
|Landing|| Forms part of the original property with a side facing double glazed velux window, radiator. Door to a further landing area.|
|Further Landing Area|| Radiator, generous range of built-in fitted wardrobes, solid oak flooring, door to:|
|Master Bedroom|| Dual aspect with front and rear facing hardwood windows, solid oak floor covering, two double banked radiators, door to:|
|En-Suite|| Solid oak floor covering, side facing hardwood single glazed window, panelled bath with tiled splashbacks and shower above, low flush WC, contemporary glass wash hand basin set into a vanity unit, wall mounted heated ladder style towel radiator, downlighters to the ceiling.|
|Bedroom Two|| Front facing hardwood window, double banked radiator, access to a fully insulated loft.|
|Bedroom Three|| Formerly the main bedroom and was split into the 3rd and 4th bedroom, this can be easily converted back with the addition of a stud wall and door to two bedrooms with front and rear aspects, original feature fireplace, beams to the ceiling.|
|Bathroom|| Superb generous bathroom with partial tongue and groove to dado rail height, Wall mirror, 6' x 6' roll top bath dating back to the late Victorian ages providing an extensive history( the bath is one of three made for the Earl of Arundal) with lion claw feet, low flush WC, ceramic circular wash hand basin set into a vanity unit, double banked radiator, ceramic tiled floor covering, rear facing single glazed window, halogen downlighters to the ceiling.|
|Exterior and Gardens|| To the front are automatic security electric wrought iron gates leading to a gravelled driveway providing ample off-road parking leading to a timber garage and workshop with double front doors and part glazed side access door, side facing single glazed window, work benches, concrete floor, shelving, security lighting and internal smoke sensors. Generous front and side lawned areas approx 1/2 acre, with mature fruit trees mainly apple trees and floodlighting all enclosed by mature hedging. A large pond borders the side of the driveway which is illuminated by electric standard lamps.|
|Note|| All measurements are approximate. None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and no warranty is given as to their working ability. Smoke detectors are fitted throughout.|
|Council Tax Band F|| |
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