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4 bedroom link detached house for sale

Overton, Ashover, Chesterfield

Offers in Region of £799,950

Property Description

Key features

  • An Outstanding Linked Derbyshire Long Barn
  • Recently Renovated to a Superb Standard
  • Approximately 1.67 Acres of Land Available by Separate Negotiation
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Spacious Living/Dining Room
  • Snug with a Log Burner
  • Spacious Hand Made Kitchen
  • Master Suite and Guest Suite
  • Delightful Gardens and Grounds
  • Fabulous Oak Framed Double Garage

Full description

A fabulous grade II listed four bedroomed Derbyshire Long Barn, situated in a conservation area within a delightful picturesque location. Being recently renovated to celebrate a sublime mix of traditional and contemporary, whilst still retaining a wealth of original features.

There are beautiful gardens to the front and rear with two separate entrances with driveways and parking for several vehicles along with a fabulous Oak framed garage and timber summerhouse. The property has a wealth of period features with heavy oak beams, ornate fireplaces and beautiful stone detailing. Located close to Chesterfield, Matlock and Sheffield with good access to the M1 motorway network yet within a superb rural location with outstanding walks from the doorstep.

The property briefly comprises of on the ground floor: Rear Entrance Cloakroom/WC, Drawing Room, Kitchen, Snug and Front Reception Hall/Study.

On the first floor: Main Landing, Master Suite, Master En-Suite, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Bedroom 3 En-Suite, Family Bathroom and Bedroom 4.

Ground Floor - A heavy oak door opens to the:

Rear Entrance Hall - With a ceramic tiled flooring and a central heating radiator.

Cloakroom/Wc - A suite in white comprises a pedestal wash hand basin and a low level WC. Having a Glowworm boiler serving the heating system, tiled flooring, tiled splash backs and extractor fan.

Double heavy Cathedral doors dating back to 1850 open to the:

Drawing Room - 9.7 x 6.8m (31'9" x 22'3") - This splendid light and spacious room celebrates a wealth of historic features with the highlight being the beautiful refurbished 'Tulip' hardwood parquet flooring. There are three front facing UPVC windows two of which have stone mullions, two rear facing windows and a UPVC double glazed bay window with a stone window seat. Also having beams to the ceiling with six wall light points, a freestanding timber fire surround with electric fire, TV point, six double socket outlets and three central heating radiators one of which has a decorative cover. A feature stone archway provides access to the front reception hall/study.

Kitchen - 6.5m x 5.0m (21'3" x 16'4") - From the entrance hall stone steps with oak hand rail and wrought iron balustrade lead down to this fabulous hand made kitchen. Having a high ceiling with beam, recessed lighting, ceramic tiled flooring, two vertical radiators. With matching work surfaces, deep enamel 1.5 bowl sink with drainer and brushed chrome mixer tap. Appliances include: A Rangemaster 5 ring gas burners and hotplate, two ovens and dishwasher. There is a useful laundry area with concealed feature ceiling lights and also having space for an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer. Two sets of double doors open to the delightful patio/decking area and gardens.

Snug - 5.4m x 5.4m (17'8" x 17'8") - Another room oozing traditional character and charm with a feature stone wall, high ceilings, two front facing timber double glazed windows with deep stone sills, two rear facing double glazed windows again with deep stone sills and an additional ceiling height window with etched glass. Also having two central heating radiators with decorative covers, two wall light points, central pendant lights, BT/broadband connection, satellite TV point and loft access. The focal point of the room is the log burner set on a circular stone base with a feature flue pipe.

Front Reception Hall/Study - 5.6m x 4.3m (18'4" x 14'1") - Two steps rise from the drawing room to this spacious hall, which is currently used as an office/study. With an oak front entrance door with decorative glazed panel, UPVC double glazed window facing the rear, an additional window provides pleasant views over the rear garden. Also having a central heating radiator, deep recessed display shelf, BT/broadband connection and an original grit stone fireplace and hearth.

An oak staircase with turned spindles/balustrade rises to the:

First Floor - Stairs rise from the ground floor to a small landing with loft access to a boarded and insulated loft with a loft ladder and light and power.

Main Landing - 11.0m x 3.2m (36'1" x 10'5") - With two rear facing UPVC double glazed leaded windows with deep sills, three central heating radiators, four double socket outlets, BT connection and two wall light points.

Master Bedroom - 5.6m x 4.8m (18'4" x 15'8") - Superbly presented with timber double glazed windows to the front, side and rear, exposed stonework & beams, central heating radiator, recessed lighting and a part glazed door giving access to original stone steps to the rear.

Master En-Suite - 2.7m x 1.4m (8'10" x 4'7") - Being fully tiled with a suite in white, which comprises a low level WC and a wash hand basin with vanity cupboards beneath and illuminated mirror over. With a chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan and a separate shower cubicle with curved screen and Mira shower.

Bedroom 2 - 4.3m x 3.9m (14'1" x 12'9") - Another superbly presented room with a timber front facing window with stone sill and stone window seat, beams to the ceiling, central heating radiator, oak doors and recessed display shelf. Also having floor to ceiling fitted furniture to one wall incorporating short/long hanging and storage shelving.

Bedroom 3 (Guest Suite) - 4.6m x 4.3m (15'1" x 14'1") - A room that would make an excellent guest suite with a front facing timber double glazed window with a stone sill and stone window seat, central heating radiator, exposed ceiling beams, TV point and built in wardrobes.

Bedroom 3 En-Suite - 3.7m x 2.5m (12'1" x 8'2") - Fully tiled with a chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan and loft access to a full-boarded loft with light and power. There is a useful storage cupboard, fitted vanity drawer unit with shelf and illuminated vanity mirror over, twin wash hand basins and chrome mixer taps. Also having a heavy glass shower enclosure with Aqualisa rain head shower and separate hand shower facility.

Bedroom 4 - 4.0m x 3.4m (13'1" x 11'1") - Having a UPVC double glazed window to the front, floor to ceiling glazed panels overlooking the staircase, central heating radiator and a fitted wardrobe to one corner.

Family Bathroom - 4.5m x 2.2m (14'9" x 7'2") - Having a Travertine tiled floor with under floor heating and half tiled walls. There’s a rear facing UPVC double glazed window with deep sill, antique style radiator and extractor fan. A suite in white comprises a low level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin, inset Pegasus hydro massage bath with a tiled surround, chrome mixer tap and separate hand shower facility.

Double Garage - 6.4m x 3.0m (20'11" x 9'10") - Ideally suited to a mezzanine level is this wonderful oak framed, jointed wood stained garage with a Cornish slate roof. Having light and power, two double opening doors and matching log store.

Exterior - To the rear of the property are mature trees and wrought iron gates. With a graveled parking area leading to the detached double garages. There is a neatly lawned garden with young cherry, plum, apple, mulberry and pear trees edged with timber sleepers and having pretty flower borders, dry stonewalling and a paved seating area. There is an additional stone built garden store with split stable doors, light and power with external PIR lights.

To the front of the property are further wrought iron gates, which open to a graveled area bordered by pretty flowerbeds. There is a timber decked seating area and raised stone flagged terrace with access to the kitchen and reception hall. Having a neatly lawned fore garden with shaped flower borders, a dry stone wall boundary, external dusk to dawn lighting with P.I.R. sensors, water tap/power point and a new versatile timber summer house.

Services: All mains
Council Tax: Band F
Property Age: Circa 1685 - 1725

Recent Renovations: Totally renovated from 2004 – 2007 (Wiring and plumbing to current standard)

Rights of access: No

School Catchment: Ashover Primary School, Eastwood Grange School, Holmgate Primary School And Nursery Park House Primary School, Pilsley Primary School Sharley Park Community Primary School.

Local Info: Amber Lodge is part of the historically important Overton Hall estate, home of the renown botanist Joseph Banks, the travelling companion of Charles Darwin during the voyage of the Beagle to the Galapados Islands in the 19th century.

Land - Available by separate negotiation is a parcel of land totalling approximately 1.67 acres, the land is gated and enclosed with post and stock wire fencing to three sides and a dry stone wall to the fourth.

Viewing's - Strictly by appointment with one of our sales consultants.

Note - All measurements are approximate. None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and therefore no warranty can be given as to their working ability. All photography is for illustration purposes only.

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22 September 2016

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