A bedroom detached house in Stoney Middleton, Hope Valley, Derbyshire with .
The house has been the subject of a complete renovation project within the last five years including replacing many of the windows (like for like), floors and all the bathrooms. A new kitchen has been installed, new boilers and a completely new heating system, the drainage system has been overhauled and CAT5E cabling has been wired throughout the house thus enabling multi-room access to broadband and television together with wiring for a Bose sound system to the principal rooms. It is fair to say that the house is now presented in immaculate condition throughout having also been completed redecorated to a very high standard and to a modern taste whilst incorporating many period features including beamed ceilings, stone mullioned windows and oak flooring as well as traditional casement windows with working shutters.
The house is approached down a long tree lined drive passing the gardens to the right, a newly constructed substantial barn and the coach house to the left.
Ground floor: The entrance lobby opens into a large double height reception hall with an imposing stone fireplace, stone flagged floor and wide oak staircase leading to the first floor. To the front of the house is a wonderful dual aspect double drawing room with two working fireplaces, fitted bookcases and doors opening out on the listed terrace which is believed to date from 1830. Also to the front is a second part panelled sitting room with stone fireplace and working grate. To the rear is a large kitchen/breakfast room with a substantial central island providing an excellent preparation area with integrated Maple chopping block, a honed granite central area with twin Belfast sinks, a boiling water tap and a large oak worktop providing a dining area. There are lovely views over the garden and land and up towards Froggatt Edge. Adjacent and opening off the kitchen is a good sized, part panelled dining room with stone flagged floor, fireplace with wood-burner and windows overlooking the rear garden and with views towards St Peter’s parish church. Off the dining room is a rear kitchen/boot room with excellent storage cupboards for coats and shoes, oak worktops, high level shelving and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. A door opens into a rear hall with a back door to the rear terraced area and garden and access to the extensive cellars which provide good storage together with the boilers for the heating system.
First floor: The master bedroom suite is to the front of the house and comprises a large dual aspect bedroom, a dressing room with fitted cupboards and a bathroom with full suite including a cast iron roll top bath, a large shower cubicle, low level W.C. and twin wash hand basins set in a marble topped vanity unit with a large heated mirror over. Also to the front is a further double bedroom which is accessed through a dressing area and has an en suite shower room. The galleried landing leads to the rear of the house and up two steps to a dressing area and into a further double bedroom with en suite bathroom with slipper bath and separate shower. There is an inner landing with access to the rear staircase, a cupboard with the electrical equipment housed within. Off the inner hall is a further guest double bedroom with an attractive Hoptonwood fireplace and en suite shower room.
Cellars: There are five interconnected rooms offering excellent storage and also housing the boilers.
Grounds and gardens: Mainly laid to lawn with seasonal bulbs and featuring some fine, mature specimen trees including beech, oak, lettuce tree and tulip tree amongst others, a stream runs through the middle of the garden upon which there are fishing rights. Our clients have recently constructed a substantial agricultural barn which offers excellent storage space and many other uses. There is pasture land extending to approximately fourteen acres thus offering opportunities for those wishing to pursue equestrian pursuits or even have a small holding.
The Coach House and Cottages: These are accessed by means of a rear driveway with ample parking for a large number of vehicles. All three properties are currently let on an assured shorthold tenancies which can be maintained, transferred or if required notice can be given.
The Coach House has a large sitting/dining room, a newly fitted kitchen/breakfast room and a cloakroom to the ground floor and to the first floor is a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms, one of which is currently used as an office and a shower room. It also has a small private garden.
Coachman’s Cottage comprises an entrance hall giving access to the kitchen/breakfast room and the sitting room with wood burner. To the first floor is the master bedroom with an en suite shower room, two further bedrooms and a bathroom.
The Stables comprises a large kitchen/dining room, sitting room with wood-burner and cloakroom to the ground floor with the master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor.
Middleton Hall: Large reception hall; double drawing room; dining room; sitting room; kitchen/breakfast room; rear kitchen/boot room; master bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom; three further bedroom suites with either en suite shower or bathrooms, two with large dressing areas; cloakroom; cellars.
Coach House: Large sitting/dining room; kitchen/breakfast room; master bedroom with en suite bathroom; three further bedrooms; shower room; private garden; off road parking. Adjoining the coach house is a large store room which, subject to planning consent, could be incorporated into the property to provide a useful extra room. Council tax band E.
The Stables: Sitting room; large kitchen/dining room; four bedrooms; two bathrooms (one en suite); off road parking; garden area; Council tax band F.
Coachman’s Cottage: Sitting room; kitchen/breakfast room; three bedrooms; bathroom; shower room (en suite); off road parking; garden area; Council tax band E.
Studio: There is a further cottage with great potential (subject to planning) which is currently used as a studio.
Sweeping driveway to the front and side of the hall; extensive gardens of approximately four acres; stream with fishing rights; parkland/grazing land extending to approximately fourteen acres; large newly constructed stone and timber barn with excellent storage; large yard to the front of the cottages providing extensive parking and potential gardens; further patio and terrace to the front and side of the coach house.
EPC rating - E