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Snitterton, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4








2,191 sq. ft.

(204 sq. m.)



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Key features

  • Truly outstanding views over Derbyshire
  • Serene location on the outskirts of Matlock
  • Set in a plot of one acre
  • Detached studio with kitchenette and WC
  • Principal bedroom with en suite and dressing room
  • Impressive atrium dining room
  • EPC Rating = D

Property description

A period cottage with an impressive contemporary extension, set in an acre of grounds offering exceptional views over Derbyshire.


Old Masson Farm Cottage sits in an acre of gardens and grounds, occupying an elevated position, displaying exceptional views over the Derwent valley. The property has been extended to the west elevation to create a contemporary, zinc clad addition which takes full advantage of the views and tastefully combines with the period stone features of the original dwelling.

Offering over 2000sq.ft of recently refurbished accommodation, the property is arranged over two storeys with 4 / 5 bedrooms and a detached studio building, all set within one acre of well-maintained gardens and grounds.

Entry to the east aspect leads into the breakfast kitchen, laid with a porcelain tiled floor and incorporating an attractive, taupe coloured Creative Interiors fitted kitchen with breakfast bar seating, Corian work surfaces and a range of appliances to include a five ring Neff induction hob with extractor above, Neff dishwasher, 2 x Neff self-cleaning electric ovens, Liebherr refrigerator and an under mounted stainless steel sink and drainer. Directly off the kitchen there is a good sized utility room holding further base and wall units, a secondary sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer and a cloak and shoe storage unit. An external door leads to the rear of the property.

Steps lead down from the kitchen to a dual aspect study / bedroom five with solid oak strip flooring, a door out to the east elevation and an adjoining three piece shower room.

The kitchen also leads on to a hugely impressive atrium dining room, displaying the open galleried landing with a glass roof, under floor heating and floor to ceiling glazed sliding doors leading out to the front.

A sliding door leads from the dining room to the delightful, triple aspect sitting room with feature window to the front, oak flooring with under floor heating, fitted shelving and storage units by local company Pre-Eminence and a corner mounted RAIS wood burner.

Stairs ascend from the kitchen, initially to a half landing, off which is a dual aspect double bedroom and then on to a spacious full landing, leading to the main family bathroom, fitted with a wash hand vanity unity, a concealed cistern WC, a back lit vanity mirror, heated towel rail, built-in shelving and a fitted bath with shower above. Also off the main landing sits bedroom three, a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, shelving and drawers and the fourth bedroom which is a single bedroom. Steps lead down from the landing to the galleried walkway overlooking the dining room and on to the vaulted principal bedroom with amazing views out via the picture window to the north aspect. The main bedroom enjoys a walk-through dressing room, fitted with Pre-Eminence wardrobes, drawers and shelving and a fully tiled en suite with under floor heating, holding a corner shower enclosure, heated towel rail, a concealed cistern WC and a large Bauhaus wash hand vanity unit.

The property is approached via a shared private lane, leading to a private gravelled drive, providing ample off street parking, with an electric car charging point to the side of the detached studio.

The stone built studio presents an ideal ‘at home’ working / hobby space, benefitting from a kitchenette with sink and fridge, a boarded loft, WC, underfloor heating and two sets of sliding doors to the front, in addition to a side door.

The gardens cloak all four elevations of the property, presenting numerous seating areas, the most prominent of which is off the dining room, a carefully considered patio seating area, positioned to make the most of the sunlight and the superb views on offer. There is a stretch of lawn in front of this patio area, in addition to two small paddocks, one to the head of the plot and one to the left hand side of the drive, both of which are bound by post and rail fencing.



Mains electricity and water are understood to be connected to the property, with an oil fired boiler and a private drainage system.

Strictly by appointment with Savills.


Matlock boasts an excellent range of local facilities and amenities which briefly include; a Sainsburys supermarket, M & S Foodhall, Boots, a pharmacy and a good choice of restaurants, bars and café’s. The nearby town of Chesterfield (9 miles) offers rail access to London in 1 hour and 47 minutes, whilst the A6 trunk road which runs through Matlock links into the A610, A38 and M1, providing access across the region. The property is well positioned for the Peak District National Park, which has an array of outdoor pursuits. The Ofsted outstanding (2012) rated Lea Primary school is 6 miles away, with other pre-school, primary and secondary schools available within the town.

Square Footage: 2,191 sq ft

Acreage: 1 Acres


Head west out of Matlock on the A615, when you reach the roundabout take the first exit onto Derwent Way, after 100m turn right onto Cawdor Way and almost immediately right again onto Matlock Spa Road. Continue onto Snitterton road and take a left hand turn signposted Matlock Meadows. Before the entrance to Matlock Meadows turn left onto the unmade road and follow this over the cattle grid and around the bend, after 100m, the property will be on your left hand side.


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Snitterton, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Matlock Station0.7 miles
  • Matlock Bath Station1.4 miles
  • Cromford Station2.1 miles
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