Enquire about Ireton Wood Hall
An 8 bedroom small estate with approximately 540 acres situated between Matlock and Ashbourne.
A very rare opportunity to acquire a small estate situated two fields to the south of the southern boundary of the Chatsworth Estate between Matlock and Ashbourne.
A very rare opportunity to acquire a small estate situated two fields to the south of the southern boundary of the Chatsworth Estate between Matlock and Ashbourne. The property was acquired by my client’s late father in the late 1930’s as ‘a small sporting estate’ and offers great potential in that direction having three other well-known shoots in the near vicinity.
The Grade II listed hall is set close to the centre of the estate and is set in beautiful lawned gardens with a haha overlooking parkland. The Estate has various farmhouses and cottages included subject to existing tenancies.
The land is a mixture of grazing land and woodland with a brook running through and two large ponds, in all extending to approximately 540 acres in excellent topography of rolling hills. The land is subject to various grazing tenancies.
The accommodation of the hall extends to some 8,000 square feet briefly comprising large reception hall, drawing room, dining room, smoke room/sitting room, morning room, inner hall, kitchen, scullery, utility room, maids sitting room, cellars, master bedroom suite with large en suite bathroom and large dressing room/double bedroom, further large dressing room (was double bedroom), four further double bedrooms, family bathroom, store room.
There is a wing comprising two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, sitting room, dining room.
The amenities include: rear courtyard with stabling for two horses and adjacent tack room, double garage and large single garage, extensive parking, large machine garage, further sheds/stables, lovely mature gardens, en-tout-cas tennis court.
All enquires in strictest confidence to Edward Caudwell at Caudwell & Co on 01629 810018 or 07766565893
- 6+ bed
- 3 bath
- 1 Parking Spaces
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