A substantial stone built house hidden behind a high stone wall on the edge of the village which we understand was constructed circa 1790. A pair of stone gateposts leads to an area of off road parking with further gates to the cottage and buildings, which are also accessible from a separate rear access off the road. A front porch area leads into an entrance lobby and into a wonderful main hallway giving access to all the principal ground floor rooms and a staircase to the first floor. To the left of the hall is a lovely light dual aspect drawing room with windows overlooking the garden and fireplace with working grate. To the right of the hall is the study/sitting room with fireplace and a window also overlooking the garden. At the rear of the house and off the inner hall is the large, part panelled dining room with stone fireplace and the kitchen/breakfast room. A large dining area opens into the kitchen with central island unit, four oven AGA and a good range of wall and base units with granite work surfaces. Off the kitchen is a large sitting /family room with fireplace and built-in bookcase with cupboards below. Also accessed from the kitchen is a second serving kitchen, the back door and a large laundry room. The inner hallway has a guest cloakroom off and stairs leading down to the cellar which has been converted into a playroom. To the first floor is an excellent master bedroom suite comprising: bedroom, bathroom and large dressing room/further bedroom. There is a guest suite of rooms comprising two bedrooms and a bathroom; three further double bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom, and separate family bathroom. A rear staircase from the ground floor leads to a second floor flat with sitting room, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom. The back door leads out to an enclosed courtyard with, to one side, a single storey building offering great further potential subject to planning. A doorway from the courtyard leads to a lovely stone flagged terrace with raised border surrounds and steps down to a large lawn to the front of the house, which in turn leads to further stone steps down to another large lawned area. A gate from the stone terrace leads out to a side garden and vegetable garden, which has a wrought iron gate leading onto the parkland. To the rear of the house is a large car port which our clients have consent to demolish and construct a double garage. To the rear of the cottage is a range of garages with space for up to five cars; adjacent to this is a low stone building with potential for various uses. Eyam View Farm is situated at the corner of the courtyard of buildings and briefly comprises: entrance hall with cloakroom off, large sitting/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, three double bedrooms and bathroom. Adjoining the cottage and to one of the other sides of the courtyard is a two storey, stone built building with to the other side of the courtyard a single storey building with two arched, open fronted car ports. There is planning consent to convert the buildings into holiday cottages or alternatively they could be used for a variety of other purposes (subject to planning). The grazing land is made up of lovely open parkland with planted copses and various other fields and extends to approximately 25 acres.
Garaging for up to five cars; further double car port with planning to create a double garage; range of stone buildings with planning consent for further cottages; mature gardens, pasture and parkland in all extending to approximately 25 acres.