Enquire about The Ashford Hall Estate
An exceptional small country estate comprising a fine Grade II* listed hall, four further residences, a range of traditional and period farm buildings sitting in gardens and land extending to approximately 76.33 hectares (188.61 acres) with sporting rights including shooting and noted private trout fishing on the River Wye.
House - Derbyshire
The house is approached through stone gate posts up a tarmaced drive leading to an extensive gravelled parking area. The house is constructed over three floors under a slate roof and five by three bays with the North front being of coursed rubble, the remaining sides are a fine ashlar bluff, fine-medium grained Millstone Grit, probably Ashover Grit from nearby Ball Cross quarry.
Main house: Ground floor: Entrance hall; staircase hall; reception hall; drawing room; dining room; sitting room; billiard room; study; conservatory; kitchen/breakfast room; larder; butler’s pantry; boot room; three cloakrooms; self contained flat within the house comprising sitting room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
First floor: Five/six bedrooms; bedroom six/dressing room; three bathrooms; utility room.
Second floor: Sitting room; five bedrooms; two bathrooms; nursery kitchen, access to attics and the roof.
Basement: Extensive cellarage comprising; large fuel store with ante room and door to outside; wine cellar; five further rooms.
The Stable Flat: Comprising two bedrooms; large sitting room; kitchen and bathroom.
Barn Cottage: Comprising three bedrooms; sitting room; kitchen and bathroom.
The Cottage in the Grounds: Comprising two bedrooms; sitting room; kitchen/dining room; bathroom and separate cloakroom.
Garden Cottage: Comprising three bedrooms; sitting room; dining room; kitchen and bathroom.
Extensive gardens; large walled kitchen garden with greenhouse and potting shed; large terrace; original stable block with stabling, garaging and workshop; range of traditional and modern farm buildings; sheep shed and handling pens; tennis court; further garaging; game larder; further dilapidated traditional farm buildings; former sawmill; ponds; renowned private fishing on the River Wye; shooting rights; pasture-land and woodland. In all extending to approximately 76.33 hectares (188.61 acres). Cricket ground and pavilion (let on long lease at nominal rent to local cricket club)