Bonsall Moor, Bonsall, Matlock
- Gated Driveway Leading To The House & Gardens
- Idyllic Georgian Farmhouse With Large Garden Area & 3 Acre Field
- Three Bedrooms With Ensuite To Master & Study/ Bedroom Four
- Two Detached Annexes With Potential For Holiday Lets
- Garden Has Raised Vegetable Beds, Timber Glass Houses, Timber Storage & Potting Shed
- Breathtaking 360 Degree Views Across Beautiful Rolling Countryside
A stunning Georgian farmhouse set within beautiful rolling countryside with breathtaking 360 degree views across the Peak District National Park. The property includes a wealth of character with two detached barn annexes, raised vegetable beds, timber glass houses, potting shed & kennels.
Fabulous Georgian farmhouse with two detached annexes set privately in the midst of rolling fields on the limestone uplands in the Peak District National Park. There are breathtaking views in all directions from this immaculate property which has undergone a thorough and particularly sympathetic refurbishment and extension with immense character and a detail of workmanship throughout which has further enhanced the delightful Georgian gentrification of this home.
The property is situated at the end of its quarter mile private drive off a quiet gated country lane and has an uninterrupted 360 degree views, there are historical places and lively villages all around. The farmhouse is the principal amongst a cluster of buildings including a detached two detached annexes and kennels. A walled sunken kitchen garden has raised vegetable beds, two brick and timber glass houses, timber storage and a potting shed.
The largest annex has a farmhouse style dining kitchen with cabinets and appliances, an open plan sitting room with an open fire. At first floor, there are two double bedrooms and bathroom/wc. The smaller annex comprises a sitting room, dining kitchen and a conservatory. At first floor, a bedroom and bathroom.
A gated gravel driveway which is flanked by limestone fields leading to the house and gardens which are separately enclosed by excellent dry limestone walls.
Including porch. With partially glazed oak entrance door, windows to each side and radiator. Stone flagged floor, dressed radiator and a staircase to the first floor. There is an understairs storage cupboard with shelving and coat pegs.
Utility Room 18' x 6' 7" ( 5.49m x 2.01m )
Bespoke Shaker style base cabinets with oak block work surfaces, Belfast sink unit and built in appliances which include Bosch ceramic hob and double oven beneath. There is space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and larder fridge/freezer. The oak entrance door is partially glazed and there are sash windows to the side and front. The floor is slate flagged and there is a dressed radiator. Step down into a:
Dining Kitchen 22' 3" x 13' 5" ( 6.78m x 4.09m )
Stone and slate flagged throughout and room has a dual aspect with sash windows to each side. Focal point is the cream and black Rayburn range (providing central heating and domestic hot water) framed in a tall dressed stone fireplace with stretchabonded ceramic tiled back. Walls are part panelled and there is integrated book shelving. Shaker style cabinets in pastel shades have oak block work surfaces, double Belfast sink and glazed display cabinets.
Dining Room 14' x 11' 6" ( 4.27m x 3.51m )
This room enjoys a delightful dual aspect with sash windows providing spectacular rural views. Cast brass and iron horseshoe fireplace with stone hearth and minstrel stone surround. The walls are half panelled in pastel shades, the radiator is dressed and there is open book shelving. Oak boarded floor.
Panelled Drawing Room 26' 2" x 15' 5" ( 7.98m x 4.70m )
A spectacular panelled room in pastel shades with oak boarded floor and a dual aspect with sash windows overlooking the delightful gardens and the distant rural views. Double French doors lead to the broad decked terrace and landscaped gardens. Centrally positioned is a carved stone fireplace with an Essi log burner. There are dressed radiators, décor ceiling panels with egg and dart cornice, built in storage cupboard and a secret door amongst the panelling which open onto a staircase which leads to:
First Floor Study 15' 7" x 13' 2" ( 4.75m x 4.01m )
Delightful light and airy working room which has triple aspect and spectacular views. Half panelled walls, dressed radiators and oak book shelving.
Split Level 1st Floor Landing
Panelled walls and a window overlooking the farm buildings.
Bedroom One 13' 10" x 11' 8" ( 4.22m x 3.56m )
With sash window offering delightful views. Radiator. Double built in wardrobe.
En-Suite Shower Room/ Wc 7' 1" x 4' 8" ( 2.16m x 1.42m )
A white suite with chrome fittings by Savoy, shower enclosure with sliding glass door, Tritan TATSI electric shower, wash basin on a chrome stand and high flush wc with chrome down pipe. The shower room is half ceramic tiled in white. Radiator. Extractor fan.
Bedroom Two 15' 6" x 7' 10" ( 4.72m x 2.39m )
With sash window and radiator. Built in double door wardrobe with hanging rail space and shelves. There are recess ceiling spotlights, radiator and access to a roof space.
Bathroom/ Wc 12' x 5' 6" ( 3.66m x 1.68m )
With a Savoy suite in white featuring freestanding slipper bath with claw and ball feet, separate shower enclosure with Tritan electric shower, wash basin with chrome stand and high flush wc with chrome down pipe. Stretchabonded ceramic tiled walls to a dado. Cast iron radiator, window overlooking the delightful landscaped and cultivated gardens.
Bedroom Three 13' 8" x 9' 5" ( 4.17m x 2.87m )
Sash window providing spectacular limestone upland views. Radiator, recess ceiling spotlights and access to a roof space. Built in wardrobes with hanging rail space and shelving.
There are solid oak doors throughout with Bakelite furniture.
Dining Kitchen 15' x 11' 7" ( 4.57m x 3.53m )
With a bespoke range of shaker style base and wall cabinets in white with black handles and mottle granite work surfaces which incorporate a stainless steel sink unit. Built in appliances include a 4 ring electric hob with Zanussi oven beneath, automatic dishwasher machine and space for a larder fridge/freezer. Glow Worm Ultra Com 30CXI propane gas central heating boiler. Limestone flagged floor, exposed ceiling beams and recess ceiling spotlights. Radiator. Window overlooking the farmyard.
Sitting Room 18' 6" x 11' 6" ( 5.64m x 3.51m )
Beautiful limestone flagged floor and turning staircase leads to the first floor gallery. Three windows (stone sills and oak window seat) provide views to the farmyard. Focal point is a natural stone fireplace with raised stone hearth and Firefox log burner. Revealed ceiling beams and a radiator.
Utility 5' 4" x 5' 10" ( 1.63m x 1.78m )
With plumbing for an automatic washing machine, work surface, base and wall cabinets.
Ground Floor Shower Room 5' 7" x 5' 9" ( 1.70m x 1.75m )
With Savoy suite including corner glass shower enclosure with Mira thermostatic shower, wash basin on chrome stand and wc with high flush suite. A side window, ceiling beams, recess ceiling spotlights, extractor fan and radiator.
First Floor Gallery
Exposed purlins, side facing window and open book shelving. There are two double built in wardrobes. From the left the bedrooms include:
Bedroom One 16' 2" x 11' 7" ( 4.93m x 3.53m )
Exposed roof trusses, purlins and gable end window with stainless steel. Part panelled walls and radiator.
Bedroom Two 13' x 11' 7" ( 3.96m x 3.53m )
Exposed roof trusses, purlins and gable end window. Radiator.
All doors are solid oak traditional ledged doors with suffer latches.
Detached converted barn offering dining kitchen, sitting room, ground floor bathroom/wc, mezzanine bedroom and a conservatory.
The farm drive leads through two gates to the farm courtyard which is gravelled and provides parking for numerous vehicles. Gardens to the rear include a substantial timber deck with stone steps leading to a sunken and cultivated vegetable garden with raised brick vegetable beds, brick based greenhouses in teak, patio, cold frames and a timber garden shed. Gardens are enclosed and protected by substantial limestone walls. A garden gate leads out into the adjoining 3 acre field.
The gardens are enclosed by substantial dry stone walls.
There is an orchard, large lawned gardens, which are studded with mature specimen trees and the entrance is gated.
Further land is available by negotiation.
Local Area Information
Bonsall Moor is part of the limestone uplands in the Peak District National Park. Nearby villages include Bonsall and Winster which are very attractive places to visit having country inns, village shops, primary schools and churches. Rail services from Cromford Rail Station services directly to London by the main land line. The M1 junction 28 is 18 miles. Sheffield 26 miles. Manchester 46 miles. Birmingham 59 miles.
Please do not follow the postcode for directions, alternatively go via Cromford Hill turning right onto the Via Gellia for a couple of miles. Take a right turn when signposted 'Bonsall' and after 200 metres turn left into Black Tor signposted Slaley . Travel upwards through Slaley onto the limestone uplands for approx. 1 mile and the property is situated on the right hand side.
For satellite navigation devices/ mapping co-ordinates please follow the following longitude and latitude co-ordinates' 53.117984. - 1.615171
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Bonsall Moor, Bonsall, Matlock
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Matlock Bath Station3.0 miles
- Matlock Station3.3 miles
- Cromford Station3.4 miles
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