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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Newhaven, Buxton, Derbyshire

Sold by Us £840,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Detached Farmhouse
  • Additional Detached Stone Barn
  • 4 acres inc. 3.93 Acre Paddock
  • Glorious Derbyshire Country Views
  • Farmhouse Style Kitchen
  • Sitting Room and Drawing Room
  • 4 Bedrooms (2 En Suite)
  • Detached Double Garage with Studio
  • EPC N/A

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This historic property was originally a 17th Century Drovers Inn and also a traditional blacksmiths. The current owners have used the four bedroom detached stone barn as a bed and breakfast business. There is potential to convert the detached barn into a two bedroom holiday let or accommodation for a dependant relative, subject to planning permission.

The main farmhouse offers spacious accommodation retaining its character throughout with many features including beamed ceiling, impressive farmhouse kitchen and The Smithy dining room maintaining many features from its previous use as a blacksmiths.

With a total plot size of approximately 4 acres, the property is set off its own private driveway surrounded by gardens of approximately 0.71 acres and an adjoining 3.23 acre paddock which offers potential for equestrian use.


Main entrance door leads to the Entrance Porch with quarry tiled floor and glazed door into the Lobby again with quarry tiled floor and beamed ceiling. Doors into the main reception hall and Guest Bedroom Four that has a partially vaulted ceiling, mullion windows and door to the fitted white En Suite.
The main Reception Hall has a beamed ceiling and quarry tiled floor. Door leads down to an extensive Cellar having power and lights suitable for storage and utilities.
Fitted Utility/Boot Room with work surface over, stainless steel sink and drainer, base unit, shelving with ample storage, plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher, and central heating boiler.
A beautifully presented Farmhouse Kitchen with a range of Pippy Oak base and wall mounted units, solid granite work surfaces, inset stainless steel under mounted sink, a four door Aga with twin hot plates set within an open brick recess, an additional two ring electric hob, integrated twin tall larder style fridge unit, feature stone fireplace, exposed beamed ceiling and stone mullion windows.
Sitting Room with beamed ceiling and feature stone fireplace with open fire.
The principal Drawing Room again has a beamed ceiling, an impressive feature stone fireplace with brick inset and multi fuel burner and tiled hearth. Stone mullion windows and door leading onto The Smithy Dining Room which is an impressive room with exposed stone walls, vaulted ceiling, exposed wooden purlins, solid slate tiled floor and impressive windows overlooking the rear garden.

First Floor Expansive Landing with doors off to the main rooms and a walk-in airing cupboard. Master Bedroom with beamed ceiling, a range of fitted wardrobes and stone mullion windows facing the rear garden and enjoying stunning country views. Bedroom Two again has built in wardrobes, stone inset fireplace and stone mullion windows facing the rear. Door leading into fitted white En Suite. There is a good sized double Third Bedroom with stone mullion windows to rear and beamed ceiling and the fitted Family Bathroom has been refitted to a high standard with a white suite including bath, open plan wet room shower area with inset mixer shower, heated towel rails and stone effect tiled floor with under floor heating and partial tiling to walls. Exposed beamed ceiling.

Entrance is via a glazed door leading to a large Reception Hallway with slate tiled flooring, open staircase with vaulted ceiling and doors off to the named guest bedrooms. Anvil has exposed wooden varnished floor, windows overlooking rolling countryside, a built in wardrobe and door to fitted white En Suite. Swage has exposed wooden varnished floor, built in wardrobe, stunning rearward country views and door to fitted white En Suite.

First Floor Split Landing. Bellows is an impressive room with exposed A frame purlins, vaulted ceiling, exposed stone wall, skylight, built in wardrobe and door to a fitted white En Suite including bath with electric shower over, vaulted ceiling and skylight. Forge has exposed A frame purlins and vaulted ceiling, built in wardrobe, skylight and door to a fitted white En Suite.

The property is approached by a stone walled private driveway leading to a gravelled area providing parking for several cars. There is a Detached Double Garage which has power, lighting and a useful boarded and insulated loft area above. A very useful versatile Store Room off and a Studio Room.

The property is situated on a generous plot with views from all aspects. The main rear south facing garden is enclosed by a dry stone wall, a large paved patio area and gazebo arch. Historic dew pond and display borders packed with a variety of herbaceous plants and shrubs.

A further Paddock/Meadow, please refer to the Promap as to the size and position of both the paddock and grounds.

From Ashbourne head north along the A515 for approximately 9 miles. After the second turning to Biggin, turn left down a private drive, as indicated by our for sale board.

Agents Notes
1) The property is Grade II listed.  

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Added on Rightmove:
07 April 2018

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