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5 bedroom farm house for sale

Brough, Bradwell, Hope Valley

Removed £625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Traditional five bedroomed farmhouse
  • Traditional Stone Barn with further outbuildings
  • approx. 2 Acres of Grazing Land
  • Far reaching views
  • Potential for conversion of the barns
  • Peaceful location
  • Viewing highly recommended

Full description

Bothams Farm is set in an elevated position on the outskirts of the Peak District village of Bradwell, boasting dramatic panoramic views over Hope Valley and extending to approximately 2.5 acres in total. The sale represents a rare opportunity in today's market and comprises a five bedroom farmhouse, traditional stone barn, further outbuildings and paddock.

Bradwell is a picturesque and extremely sought after Peak District Village within Hope Valley, surrounded by stunning views and countryside. The village benefits from having an array of local amenities most of which are within walking distance from the cottage including local shops, country pubs, playground and primary school. Bradwell also benefits from being only 3.9 miles from the popular neighbouring village of Castleton, and 10.3 miles from the town of Bakewell, 14.4 miles from Buxton and 15.8 miles from Sheffield city centre, all of which offer a comprehensive range of facilities. The location in the heart of the Peak District offers excellent opportunities for walkers, climbers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts alike with a vast network of footpaths and trails in close proximity.

The sale of Bothams Farm represents a rare opportunity to acquire a former hill farm with huge potential in a most sought after part of Derbyshire. The views are truly spectacular across Hope Valley spanning from Bradwell Moor round to Mam Tor, Lose Hill and Win Hill. The five bedroom stone-built farmhouse would benefit from some modernisation but offers spacious and well laid-out accommodation over two floors with potential to extend if required. Gardens surround the house to the front, side and rear and around the farmyard, there are further small garden areas and an orchard.

Description cont. 
A large traditional stone barn is a particular feature of the property and has a variety of potential uses (subject to planning consent) including as a holiday let, for which this is the perfect location being in the heart of the Peak District and close to the many tourist attractions it has to offer. There is also a range of small outbuildings and an agricultural shed positioned around the farm yard. The land is within a ring fence and comprises a mixture of grazing land and woodland. Bothams Farm extends in total to approximately 2.5 acres.

16' 1'' x 7' 9'' (4.89m x 2.36m)

Main Entrance Hall with Stairs to First Floor 

Sitting Room  
16' 6'' x 14' 0'' (5.03m x 4.27m)

22' 11'' x 9' 9'' (6.99m x 2.97m)

Dining Room 
14' 6'' x 13' 0'' (4.41m x 3.96m)

Entrance to Rear Porch  

Cellar (under dining room) 

First Floor  


Double Bedroom 1 
13' 11'' x 9' 8'' (4.24m x 2.94m)

Double Bedroom 2 
13' 1'' x 14' 1'' (4.00m x 4.30m)

Double Bedroom 3 
14' 0'' x 6' 8'' (4.27m x 2.03m)

Single Bedroom  
9' 2'' x 5' 0'' (2.80m x 1.52m)

Box Room  
6' 5'' x 6' 6'' (1.95m x 1.98m)


The buildings are located around the main farm yard and comprise: - Stone Outhouse, utility and shower room - Workshop (GIA 9.25m x 7.68m) - Two-Storey Stone Barn - with stone slate roof comprising entrance area, former parlour (GIA 5.25m x 4.56m), cubicle housing area (GIA 7.15m x 5.08m), stairway to first floor and open plan first floor with integral door to extension. The barn has several openings to ground and first floors including barn doors. Mains water and electricity. - Two-Storey Stone Extension to barn with storage room to ground floor (GIA 5.11m x 4.40m) and storage room to second floor. - Two Looseboxes with adjoining Corn Shed (GIA 5.20m x 3.08m) - Steel Portal Framed Agricultural Building (GIA 18.2m x 13.35m).

The land is most suited to grazing purposes and surrounds the farmstead with gated access points off the driveway and measures approx. 2 acres.

Entering Bradwell from the Tideswell direction: Proceed through the village until you reach the Samuel Fox Inn on the left hand side. Turn right onto the lane directly opposite and follow this over a small bridge and round a left hand corner. The driveway splits shortly after ? take the right hand fork by the 'Bothams Farm' sign. Proceed up the driveway into the yard. Viewings are strictly by appointment only. It is recommended that low vehicles are not driven up the driveway

General Information  

Mains electricity and mains water are connected to the farmhouse and main outbuildings. Septic tank drainage. Solid fuel central heating to the ground floor of the farmhouse.

Tenure & Possession 
The property will be sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves & Easements 
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all other rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in these particulars. In particular there is a public footpath crossing the land and electricity wayleaves are also in place.

Local Authority 
Derbyshire Dales District Council

Planning Authority 
Peak District National Park Authority

Council Tax Band 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 January 2016


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