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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Whitehough, Chinley, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23

Guide Price £1,750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superb early 19th Century Grade II listed hall
  • Glorious, mature private gardens and grounds
  • Extensive equestrian facilities with stabling, manége and dressage area
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Adjoining annexe with 2 further bedrooms
  • Summer House
  • River frontage in part with fishing rights
  • Approx. 10.75 acres
  • Nearby additional land available by separate negotiation

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Superb early 19th century Grade II listed hall in mature, private grounds. Extensive equestrian facilities. Open views river frontage in part with fishing rights be available in two Lots.

Location

White Hall enjoys a delightful position set in the small hamlet of Whitehoughnear to the village of Chinley in the renowned Blackbrook Valley with fine views to the north up to Cracken Edge and south to Eccles Pike.

The village offers a wide range of local facilities and amenities including post office, various shops, pubs and restaurants, and train station approx 500 yards from house. Glossop market town approx 8 miles and the popular spa town of Buxton, with a wider range of facilities and amenities including historical opera house, approx 7 miles. There are local rail connections from Chinley station with connections to Manchester Piccadilly, 35 minutes and to Sheffield 29 minutes. From Macclesfield train station (approx 12 miles) there are regular trains to London Euston (approx 1 hour 40 minutes), Manchester Airport is just under 20 miles away.

The property enjoys a very fine private location yet within an easy reach of wide range of regional and national centres.

Description

A glorious Grade 2 listed stone built country house. White Hall enjoys a particularly fine setting within mature grounds and gardens set against the backdrop of the surrounding Peak District and High Peak.

The house enjoys many restored and renovated period features with particularly fine early reception rooms all enjoying wonderful aspects out on to the gardens and the open countryside beyond. The house has been carefully maintained and improved by the current owner.

The equestrian section of the property benefits from a separate vehicular access and has further potential, subject to any necessary consent.

The imposing approach to the front of the house is through wide recessed cast iron gates with a gently rising driveway leading up to the front forecourt and parking area.

The south facing front of the property boasts an open entrance porch with Ionic side columns with balcony over and wrought iron balustrades. There are double entrance doors that lead through to the impressive reception/staircase hall with a Minton floor.
An inner/reception hall has double doors leading through to the formal dining room with a high grit stone chimney piece surround, fitted cupboards, tiled floor and French doors leading out to the front courtyard area and gardens beyond.

The breakfast kitchen has been designed and fitted to the current owners exacting standards by Mark Wilkinson, from the ‘Cook’s Kitchen’ design, with an excellent range of bespoke cupboards and work surfaces. Central island units with excellent range of high quality built appliances. Walk-in shelved pantry, side utility/laundry.

One of the most notable features of the property is the cleverly conceived and well executed covered courtyard which has a stunning atrium style glazed roof providing very versatile accommodation with a lovely natural stone floor.

Rising from the ground floor reception hall is the lovely sweeping staircase leading to a generous first floor landing with a circular domed roof light allowing natural light to flood through down to ground floor level.

Outside
White Hall is set in some 10.75 acres of the most glorious formal grounds and gardens with Blackbrook river frontage including fishing rights, in part to the southerly garden area, with majestic trees including birch, oak and beech.

The principal driveway approach is through a recessed period gated entrance with the driveway leading up to the circular courtyard and parking area alongside the sweeping lawns.

Double garage with separate single garage attached. The driveway leading round and up to the equestrian area.

Considerable improvements and renovations have been undertaken to the garden which now enjoys a wide paved terrace set to the side of the kitchen, drawing room and study elevation with a number of access pointsfrom the living space.

The restored and renovated rose beds lie below the terrace and on to the fine sweeping lawns beyond. Bordered in part to Blackbrook, there is river frontage in part and a footbridge leading over to the small meadow garden.

At the side of the terrace is a renovated orangery providing a lovely covered outdoor entertaining area with a productive and historic vine.

Set above the garden is the stone built period summer house which has a fine small chimney piece with Delph tiles and fitted cupboards. This enjoys a lovely aspect down over the gardens to the open countryside beyond.

A curved external stone staircase leads up to the period stabling and upper courtyard.

Equestrian Facilities
Gated driveway leads from the north of the estate down to a large purpose built hard standing with ample parking area for numerous vehicles.
Overall the equestrian facilities offer a floodlit Martin Collins manége with a grass dressage area set to the side. There is a five horse walker and wooden circular turn out pen.

In all there some twelve stables some set within the original period stone outbuildings and a secure tack room and feed room and additional sheds/ barns. Paddock areas, separately enclosed.

There is considerable potential for the period part of the stabling/outbuildings to be converted, subject to any necessary consent.

There is a small naturally fed pond set to the side of the property.

Square Footage: 10,449 sq ft
Acreage: 10.75 Acres


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