Field House

Great Longstone, Derbyshire, DE45 1UA
Guide Price
£1,250,000 subject to contract

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An immaculate, recently extended family house together with a separate cottage set in approximately 2.2 acres on the edge of this sought after Peak District village.

House - Derbyshire

Distances (approximate): Bakewell- 3.7 miles; Buxton (Opera House)- 12 miles; Chesterfield (mainline station to London St Pancras from 1 hour 50 mins)- 13 miles; Sheffield- 18 miles; M1 (junction 29)- 20 miles; Manchester (International Airport)- 32 miles.


Field House is a stone built family home under a slate roof constructed in 2005 and set in lovely gardens extending to approximately 0.8 of an acre with a further paddock of approximately 1.35 acres. To the rear of the house is a useful separate cottage ideal as ancillary accommodation or potentially a holiday cottage. The house is fully double glazed, has lovely light engineered oak floor boards throughout, a newly fitted gas fired boiler and a Villavent heat recovery system thus supplementing the heating system. The driveway leads to an area of off road parking for several vehicles and then round to a recently constructed double garage with adjoining wine-store.

Ground floor: The front door opens into a large reception hall giving access to all the principal rooms and has a cloakroom with W.C. and hand basin to the rear. The drawing room is of good proportions with a through wood-burning stove and glazed double doors leading into a lovely dual aspect conservatory/garden room with double doors out to a terrace and a solid oak and glass staircase leading up to the kitchen. There is a dual aspect sitting room to the front of the house with fitted bookcases and a large study to the rear also with a wall of fitted book-cases, these rooms could easily be combined as they are only divided by a stud partition wall. Steps lead up from the hall to the large kitchen/dining room which has a porcelain ceramic tile floor, a large walk-in larder cupboard and is fitted with a good range of wall and base units and granite work surfaces incorporating a twin Belfast sink unit. There is an integral Miele dishwasher and a four oven ‘Pewter Grey’ electric AGA. To the rear of the kitchen is a large dining area with built-in display shelving with cupboards below, glazed double doors open out to the rear garden and a further door gives access to the rear driveway and parking area. A door from the dining area leads into a good sized utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, a large airing cupboard with pressurized hot water cylinder and further cupboard housing the new Worcester gas fired boiler. There is also a sink unit and further cupboard.

 First floor: The master bedroom has views over the garden and a fully fitted en suite shower room with large shower cubicle, W.C., hand basin with cupboards below and heated towel rail. There are two further double bedrooms, one to the front and one the rear. A fourth bedroom has been converted by our clients into a large dressing room with fitted open-fronted cupboards. The good sized family bathroom has full suite comprising bath with shower unit over and glass shower screen, W.C., hand basin with cupboards below and heated towel rail. From the landing there is access into a large boarded loft.

 Field House Cottage: A single storey, stone built cottage situated to the rear of the main house with its own driveway. The front door opens into a kitchen area with fitted wall and base units, Indesit cooker, electric hob with extractor over and built-in fridge. This leads in to a sitting/dining area with steps up to a sleeping platform. There is a good double bedroom and a wet room with shower unit, hand basin, W.C. and heated towel rail. Adjacent to the cottage is a large walk-in store currently used as a wine store and beyond that is a good sized double garage.

Gardens and land: The gardens, which are very pretty, extend to approximately 0.8 of an acre and are mainly laid to lawn and to the front and side are flanked by well stocked borders. There is a flagged terrace off the conservatory and a selection of mature shrubs and trees and to the side of the garage is a terraced area with a greenhouse and vegetable patch. There is also a good sized log store. A small area of woodland leads to a gate opening into a paddock extending to approximately 1.35 acres.



Mains water and electricity are all connected. Drainage is into a septic tank. Gas fired central heating.


Standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. Any fixtures and fittings not mentioned in this brochure may be available by separate negotiation.




From Bakewell take the A6 in the direction of Buxton, after a mile or so turn right towards Ashford in the Water, proceed along the A6020 for a mile before turning left into Longreave Lane, follow the road into Great Longstone, passing the Crispin public house on your left hand side, take the next right into Moor Lane and the house will be found on the left hand side after a short distance.



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All viewing is to be strictly by appointment with Caudwell & Co on 01629 810018.


Field House: Entrance hall; drawing room; sitting room; conservatory; study; large kitchen/dining room with walk-in pantry; master bedroom with en suite shower room; three further bedrooms (one of which is currently being used as a dressing room); family bathroom; cloakroom; utility room.

Field House Cottage: Sitting/dining room; kitchen; mezzanine sleeping area; double bedroom; wet room.


Extensive off road parking; double garage; lockable wine store; wood store; greenhouse; gardens and land extending to approximately 2.2 acres.


The property is ideally situated on the edge of this most popular Peak District village with local shop, three public houses nearby and excellent community. The market town of Bakewell is a short drive away with its more extensive shopping and recreational facilities. The sits in the heart of the Peak District National Park and has wonderful walks from the door as well as access to many other outdoor pursuits including cycling, fishing and climbing to name but a few. There are many places of interest nearby including Chatworth House and Haddon Hall. the house falls within the Lady Manner's catchment area and there is an excellent primary school in the village, S Anselms preparatory school and college are nearby in Bakewell. 

Property Features
  • House
  • 5 bed
  • 3 bath
  • Land is 2.20 acres
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