4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

The Quorn Alkmonton DE6 3DL


Property Description

Key features

  • Master Bedroom, Ensuite Shower room
  • Attic space, Detached double Garage
  • Bi fold doors in the Sitting room
  • Gardens with far reaching views

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The current owners have improved the property to provide beautifully presented accommodation with oil fired central heating and briefly comprising entrance hall, cloakroom, impressive living/dining kitchen, splendid sitting room with log burning stove. There are four bedrooms, master with ensuite shower room along with a family bathroom. The extensive lawned gardens flow from the living accommodation via bi-fold doors from the sitting room and French doors from the kitchen, the accommodation opens out onto the gardens taking full advantage of the far reaching views, making it an ideal property for entertaining and family living.

The garage provides various opportunities for prospective purchasers, for those who work from home it could be used as a workshop/garaging with office above or alternatively the loft room could be converted into a self contained flat or playroom/games room. There is also the possibility of converting the garage into a holiday cottage or annexe suitable for parents/dependent relatives, all subject to any necessary planning consents. The property may also be suitable for buyers with equestrian interests as there is a livery/stables and ménage within the vicinity.

Alkmonton is a highly sought after Derbyshire hamlet situated approximately 7 miles south of the famous market town of Ashbourne which is known as 'The Gateway to Dovedale and The Peak District'. Ashbourne itself offers a good range of amenities including boutique style shops, schooling, leisure centre, selection of restaurants and pubs. The city of Derby is located approximately 10 miles to the east and provides a more comprehensive range of services.

The sale of The Quorn offers a unique opportunity to acquire an individual family home set in a stunning countryside location.

A timber front entrance door opens into the

Entrance Hall with two radiators, full height arched double glazed window, in built boiler cupboard and inbuilt utility cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine and shelving.

Cloakroom comprising low flush wc, wash hand basin, recessed spot lighting, radiator and tiled flooring.
Sitting Room 5.55m x 5.31m [18'3" x 17'5"] having a feature fireplace with timber mantel piece, tiled hearth and inset log burning stove. Built in cupboard to one alcove and fitted shelving unit and log storage to one wall. Two double glazed windows, two radiators and double glazed bi-fold doors opening onto the garden.

Dining Kitchen 7.31m x 4.33m [24' x 14'3"] comprising a range and wall and base units and drawers with integrated Indesit dishwasher, Hotpoint double electric oven, Zanussi four ring electric hob with stainless steel extractor hood over, fitted dresser with shelving, wine rack and cupboards. Wooden work surfaces with inset one and a half bowl ceramic sink and drainer unit, tiled splash back and space for fridge/freezer. Double glazed window, two radiators, recessed lighting, tiled flooring and French doors opening onto the garden.

Master Bedroom 4.86m x 5.4m [15'11" x 17'9"] with fitted five door wardrobe, four double glazed windows, two radiators and door to
En Suite Shower Room comprising a double shower cubicle with tiled walls and mains control shower, twin ceramic sink unit with vanity unit below, low flush wc, double glazed window, radiator, recessed spot lighting, tiled flooring and heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two 4.77m x 2.94m [15'8" x 9'8"] with two inbuilt wardrobes, double glazed window and radiator.

Bedroom Three 3.23m x 2.92m [10'7" x 9'7"] with fitted cupboards, radiator and double glazed window. There is a fitted ladder providing access to an open

Attic Space with double glazed window, currently used to accommodate a single bed.

Bedroom Four 2.52m x 2.29m [8'3" x 7'6"] with recessed spot lighting, radiator and double glazed French doors. This room is currently used as an office.

Family Bathroom comprising a jacuzzi bath with shower attachment to the taps and mains control shower. Ceramic sink with vanity unit below, low flush wc, recessed spot lighting, heated towel rail and tiled flooring.

The property is approached via a long driveway from Long Lane leading into a small and exclusive courtyard. The Quorn is the first property you approach straight ahead and gated access opens onto a gravelled driveway providing extensive hardstanding and access to the

The garages are divided by a partition wall.

Garage One 5.61m x 2.73m [18'5" x 9']
Garage Two 5.61m x 2.77m [18'5" x 9'1]
Both have light and power along with room above having a window plus two Velux windows.

There are delightful gardens with extensive level lawn, gravelled patio seating area along with various mature trees. The garden offers a high degree of privacy, backing directly onto open farmland being bounded by a hedge to one side and post & rail fencing. A true feature of the property is the panoramic rural views from the garden and living accommodation.

It is understood that mains electric and water are connected. Oil Fired Central Heating. Septic Tank Drainage.


Other than those fixtures and fittings specifically referred to in these sales particulars no other fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. No specific tests have been carried out on any of the fixtures and fittings at the property.

The property is understood to be held freehold but interested parties should note that this information has not been checked and that they should seek verification from their own solicitor.

For Council Tax purposes the property is in band F.

Strictly by prior appointment with the sole agents Messrs Fidler-Taylor & Co on 01335 346246.

The property is best approached by leaving Ashbourne on the A515 towards Sudbury. Continue past Darley Moor turning left sign posted Cubley. Proceed through the village, following this road to the 'T' junction at Alkmonton. Turn right, passing Alkmonton tractors, then take the next left hand turning into Long Lane, signed posted Longford. After approximately quarter of a mile take the left hand turning into Hunter's Hill, as denoted by our For Sale board and the property is located at the top of the drive straight ahead.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
01 August 2018

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  • Tutbury & Hatton (6.0 mi)
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11 Church Street, Ashbourne, DE6 1AE

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Nearest station

  • Tutbury & Hatton (6.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Fidler Taylor, Ashbourne

11 Church Street, Ashbourne, DE6 1AE

01335 680005 Local call rate

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