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Goldcrest, School Lane, Stanton in Peak DE4

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Caudwell & Co, Bakewell

Key features

  • Contemporary house
  • Modern, open plan living
  • Wonderful views
  • Off street parking
  • Spacious bedrooms
  • Eco friendly
  • Private garden
  • Edge of Village location

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Entrance hall; media/TV room; large open plan sitting/dining/kitchen; cloakroom; conservatory/garden room; two master bedroom suites with dressing areas and en suite bathrooms; two further bedroom suites with en suite shower rooms.

Large single garage/games room; off road parking; attractive rear gardens; stone flagged terrace.

Distances (approximate): Bakewell- 4 miles, Chesterfield (mainline station to London St Pancras from 1 hour 50 mins)- 12 miles; Ashbourne- 15 miles; Buxton (Opera House)- 16 miles, M1 (junction 28)- 17 miles; Sheffield- 21 miles; Derby- 23 miles; Nottingham-31 miles; Manchester (international Airport)- 40 miles.

The house has been recently constructed and is fitted out to a very high standard offering contemporary spacious accommodation over two floors with all modern amenities including under floor heating, high quality sanitary ware and fixtures and fittings. Externally the construction is of stone under a stone slate roof with fine fittings including solid copper guttering.

Upper ground floor: The front door opens into a reception hall with glass ceiling and floor and has a media/sitting room to one end with windows overlooking the front drive. To the other end is a utility room with plumbing for washer and dryer. An inner hall has a cloakroom off and a large cupboard housing the boilers and hot water system, a further door leads into a garden room with windows overlooking the front drive, this then leads into a large single garage which has currently been fitted out as a games room and which has double doors onto the rear garden. This floor comprises a huge open plan space with, to one end a large sitting area with full length sliding glass doors affording wonderful views over open countryside and the valley all the way up to Bakewell. There is a central woodburning stove set in a stone fireplace open to both the sitting area and the large dining area which has to one wall a large dresser with drawers, shelving and glass fronted display cupboards. The dining area leads into the high quality kitchen area which is fitted with solid wood wall and base units and extensive granite worktops incorporating stainless steel sink unit. A range of appliances include a Wolf range cooker with two ovens, four gas hobs, a griddle and hotplate with extractor over. There is a Miele combi oven, two integral dishwashers, a Nespresso coffee machine and a built-in Sub-Zero fridge/freezer. A dramatic, large central circular island has a granite worktop incorporating twin sink units with mixer tap and 'hot tap', below is wine racking, shelving and cupboards. There is a large built in bow fronted bar cupboard.

The lower ground floor comprises four good double bedroom suites with built-in bedside cabinets. Two large master suites have dressing rooms with excellent fitted cupboards and an en suite bathroom comprising bath, separate shower cubicle, hand basin, W.C. and two heated towel rails. The other two suites comprise double bedrooms with fitted cupboards and dressing table and each with an en suite shower room with large shower cubicles, hand basin, W.C. and heated towel rail.
Outside: To the front is off road parking for several vehicles and to the rear is a very pretty garden which is half laid to lawn with a stone flagged terrace and half a planted lavender knot garden, estate fencing onto the field and stone walling give a good open feel and the views are fantastic being as it is in an elevated position.

Stanton in Peak is a charming Peak District village historically mainly in the ownership of the Stanton Estate and the Davie-Thornhill family who still reside at the magnificent Stanton Hall. The village has a good local primary school, Church, playing fields including a cricket pitch and a good and renowned local public house, The Flying Childers. The market town of Bakewell and spa town of Matlock are both within easy reach both of which have excellent shopping recreational, dining and transport facilities, Matlock has a train station with links to Derby from where London St Pancras is a mere 1 hour 23 minutes away. The larger conurbations of Chesterfield and Sheffield are within an easy drive. The property sits within the Peak District National Park and thus has access to a wide array of outdoor pursuits including walking, climbing, cycling and fishing to name but a few. There are many places of cultural interest nearby including Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and the famous spa town of Buxton with its opera house and trains to Manchester.


Mains water and electricity are all connected. Drainage is into the mains. Gas fired central heating.

Fitted carpets, standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. Any fixtures and fittings not mentioned in this brochure may be available by separate negotiation.


EPC rating B

From the centre of Bakewell take the A6 in the direction of Matlock, just after Haddon Hall turn right onto the B5056 in the direction of Ashbourne taking the first left over the small bridge and then the next left up to Stanton, the house is on the left hand side set back from the road with the driveway leading down the side of a house called West View.

Caudwell & Co give notice that: These details have been prepared in good faith however they are not intended to constitute part of an offer of contract and should be used as a guide only. Any information contained herein whether in the text, plans or photographs should not be relied upon as being a statement or representation of fact. No person in Caudwell & Co has any authority to make or give representation or warranty on any property. Any measurement or distance referred to herein is approximate only.

All viewing is to be strictly by appointment with Edward Caudwell, Caudwell & Co on or


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Goldcrest, School Lane, Stanton in Peak DE4


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Matlock Station4.3 miles
  • Matlock Bath Station5.1 miles
  • Cromford Station5.8 miles
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Caudwell & Co, Bakewell

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Caudwell & Co, Bakewell

Caudwell & Co was started in 2004 by Edward Caudwell with the intention of providing a complete property service above all others in the Derbyshire market.

Edward Caudwell was born and brought up locally but after the closure of Caudwell’s Mill in 1978 found that he had to look elsewhere for a career. He therefore spent seventeen years working at the top end of the London Residential market gaining great experience in what it means to offer a good service to buyers, seller, tenants and

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