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A fine Georgian Grade II listed house linked with a period barn and two cottages set in wonderful, mature gardens.
House - Cutthorpe Derbyshire
Distances (approximate): Chesterfield (mainline station to London St Pancras from 1hr 50 mins)- 4 miles; M1 (J29)-8.5 miles; Sheffield- 10 miles; Bakewell- 11 miles; Derby- 32 miles; Manchester (international airport)- 40 miles.
A charming, well-proportioned house offering excellent family accommodation between the main Georgian house which is linked by a conservatory dining room to a stone barn with good guest accommodation. In addition are two brick built cottages, ideal as holiday lets or ancillary guest/dependant relative accommodation. The property is set in mature, well manicured gardens extending to approx. 2.92 acres and with the benefit of a hard tennis court and various outbuildings and garages.
A pair of wooden electric gates open onto a tarmac driveway which sweeps past the gardens to the front of the house where there is ample parking, a gateway leads to a courtyard with further parking and garaging for three cars.
Ground floor: A fine stone columned and portico over the front door which opens into a generous, stone flagged hallway to original Georgian arch, staircase to the first floor and under-stair storage, rear door to the garden. The drawing room has good high ceilings, an Adam style fireplace with inset working grate, a bar incorporated into a cupboard and double French door to the conservatory. The dining room is situated to the rear of the house, has a fine timber floor, an Adam style fireplace flanked by glass display shelving with cupboards below and lighting above, pair of doors to the conservatory. The conservatory is by Amdega and runs the full depth of the house, it has a tiled floor, door to the garden and offers excellent seating and entertaining space. An inner hall has steps up to a cloakroom with wc and hand basin, a door to the cellars which comprise a larder, on the half landing, and three further rooms, one being a barrel vaulted wine cellar and another with the floor mounted oil fired boiler. Also off the inner hall is a lovely sitting room with impressive stone fireplace incorporating a wood burning stove, there is a full wall of fitted bookcases with cupboards below. The kitchen is by Smallbone of Devizes and has an excellent range of wall and base units with granite work surfaces incorporating a 1 ½ bowl sink unit with etched drainer. A range of appliances includes a two oven oil fired AGA, an electric oven and hob, built-in Bosch fridge/freezer and integral Neff dishwasher. Two glazed doors lead into the Amdega conservatory/dining room which has door to the garden and the front area, a wood burning stove and also serves as a link to the barn.
First floor: A wide staircase rises to a large landing. Dual aspect master bedroom with views over the front and the garden, fitted cupboards and a well fitted en suite bathroom with bath, hand basin and wc. Two further large double bedrooms and an inner landing leading to the family bathroom with free standing bath, separate shower, hand basin and wc. there is a further double bedroom with a mezzanine sleeping area and large cupboard. A door from the inner landing leads up to a large attic store room.
The barn: ground floor; the conservatory has a couple of steps up leading into a large utility room with wall and base units, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a further freezer. The glazed front door to the barn opens into a decent hallway with cloakroom off with wc and hand basin. Double oak doors open in to a large sitting room/ office with stone fireplace incorporating gas fired ‘woodburner’ and doors to the garden. Beyond this room is a large store room which is access from the outside but could conceivably be incorporated into the barn, subject to planning.
First floor: large landing with airing cupboard off. Principal guest, double bedroom with glass bricks obscuring a wc, large shower cubicle and hand basin. There are two further double bedrooms and a fully fitted family bathroom.
The cottages: Raspberry Cottage briefly comprises to the ground floor a kitchen and large sitting/dining room and to the first floor two double bedrooms and a fully fitted bathroom. Egg Cottage briefly comprises to the ground floor a large sitting/dining room with open plan kitchen and to the first floor two double bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outbuildings: there are three open garages with a workshop to one end. Various other buildings including a former chicken run with tiled roof which now offers an excellent, covered sitting area and with an adjacent ‘pub’ created out of a redundant shed. There are two former pig sty’s used for storage. Down the garden is a further machine garage which has above it a large ‘deck’ with glass panelled sides affording wonderful views over open countryside. To the side of the main lawn is a two storey stone bothy with to one side two floors of garden implement and other storage and to the other a charming covered dining area opening onto a stone flagged terrace and pergola.
The gardens: to the side of the house is a large area of lawn which is flanked to one side by well stocked borders and to the others by large, nature trees and shrubs. Behind a line of poplars is a further area of garden within which is a large aerated ‘swimming pond’. To one corner of the garden is a small woodland copse. To the rear of the house is a further lawned area at the end of which is a hard tennis court and adjacent to that is a kitchen garden and greenhouse. In all approx. 2.92 acres.
FOR SALE- FREEHOLD
Guide price: £1,850,000 subject to contract
Mains water and electricity are all connected. Drainage for the main house and barn is into a private system and there is a septic tank for the cottages. Oil fired central heating for the main house. LPG fired boilers for the barn and cottages.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Fitted carpets, standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.
Any fixtures and fittings not mentioned in this brochure may be available by separate negotiation.
COUNCIL TAX: Main House H Cottages B and C
POSTCODE: S41 9RW
DIRECTIONS From the centre of Chesterfield take the B6051 to Upper Newbold, on arrival at Cutthorpe turn right onto Dunston Road, the gates to the house will be found on the left hand side after approx. 0.3 mile immediately after the Dunston Park Farm shop and livery stables.
Caudwell & Co give notice that: These details have been prepared in good faith however they are not intended to constitute part of an offer of contract and should be used as a guide only. Any information contained herein whether in the text, plans or photographs should not be relied upon as being a statement or representation of fact. No person in Caudwell & Co has any authority to make or give representation or warranty on any property. Any measurement or distance referred to herein is approximate only.
All viewing is to be strictly by appointment with Edward Caudwell, Caudwell & Co on 01629 810018 or 07766 565 893
Main house: Drawing room, dining room, sitting room, conservatory, kitchen, conservatory/dining room, cellars, main bedroom and bathroom, three further double bedrooms, family bathroom, attic store.
The Barn: utility room, sitting room/office, bedroom with ensuite shower room, two further double bedrooms, family bathroom.
The Cottages: each with two bedrooms and bathroom, sitting/dining rooms and kitchen
Beautiful landscaped gardens, kitchen garden, greenhouse, copse, three garages, machine garage, bothy, various other outbuildings, ample parking.
Newbold Fields House is situated behind a high stone wall offering great privacy, it is located close to the village of Cutthorpe which has two pubs, a village school and a recreation ground with a cricket square. The larger conurbation of Chesterfield is a short drive away with its excellent range of shopping, recreational and transport facilities including trains to London in under two hours. The house has access to excellent local outdoor amenities including cycling and woodland walks around Linacre reservoir. The Peak District National park is literally ‘over the hill’ with its more extensive range of outdoor activities and there are many places of cultural interest nearby including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall to name but a few.
- 7 bed
- 4 bath
- 3 Parking Spaces
- 2 No. of Ensuites
- 3 No. of Garages
- Secure Parking
- Tennis Court
- Gas Heating