Enquire about The Old Vicarage
A fine Grade II listed Old Vicarage in an elevated position with commanding views down the Hope Valley set in attractive gardens and featuring fine, well proportioned accommodation over two floors.
House - Derbyshire
Distances (approximate): Bakewell- 5.5 miles; Sheffield- 12 miles; Chesterfield (mainline trains to London St Pancras from 1 hr 50 mins)- 12 miles; Buxton (opera house)- 13 miles; M1 (junction 29)- 16 miles; Manchester (international airport)- 35 miles.
The house is an attractive Grade II property dating from ???which has been home to our clients for over forty years and whilst it has been well maintained it is now in need of updating. The property has retained many original features including egg and dart ceiling mouldings, working shutters, open fireplaces and well proportioned rooms. It is approached up a long driveway leading to an area of tarmaced off road parking for several vehicles and a large double garage. A stone flagged path leads up to the ¾ glazed front door.
Ground floor: wide entrance hall with wood flooring giving access to all principal rooms. Drawing room with gas fire set in wood surround, fine views through full length windows down over the valley. Dual aspect sitting room with open fireplace and Adam style wood surround flanked to one side by built-in book-shelving, there is a door to the kitchen. The dining room is to the rear of the house and is half panelled. Kitchen/breakfast room overlooking the rear garden, fitted with a good range of wall and base units and work-surfaces incorporating 1 ½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, there is a two oven Aga in green and plumbing for a dishwasher. A stable door opens into a south facing conservatory with wood floor, door to the terrace and a trap door opening into a decent sized cellar. To the rear of the kitchen is a good sized utility room with built-in low level units and wood work top incorporating Belfast sink, door into a pantry cupboard. Further door to rear lobby and back door, cloakroom off with wc.
Half landing to first floor: good sized landing with window overlooking the garden. Family bathroom with full suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, low level wc, hand basin set in vanity unit with cupboard below, heated towel rail. Separate cloakroom with wc.
First floor: Large landing giving access to all bedrooms. Master bedroom with lovely views over the valley, good fitted wardrobes, wood fireplace with original inset grate door into a shower room with large walk-in shower and hand basin set in wood topped vanity unit with cupboard below, there is a further door back to the landing. Second double bedroom to the front with original fireplace and hand basin. Two further double bedrooms to the rear, one with excellent fitted cupboards, the other with an original fireplace, both have built-in hand basins.
Outside: There is a two storey stone building with to the ground floor a ‘stable’ with original fireplace and to the first floor a useful office with stone fireplace and window overlooking the garden. This building has further potential subject to planning. There is a substantial double garage with electric up and over door. To the south side of the house is a lovely stone flagged terrace, to the rear and side of the house are gardens which are mainly laid to lawn and are planted with an array of mature shrubs and trees as well as many annuals planted in the lawn. To the front of the house is a small stone terrace leading down to a lawn and then the driveway, to the front of the driveway is a long thin paddock over which is a footpath and also access for a local farmer to an adjoining field.
FOR SALE- FREEHOLD
Guide price: £840,000 subject to contract.
Mains water and electricity are all connected. Drainage is into a septic tank. Gas fired central heating.
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: Band G
Large entrance hall; drawing room; sitting room; dining room; kitchen/breakfast room; conservatory with cellar below; utility room; cloakroom; master bedroom with ensuite shower room; three further double bedrooms; bathroom; cloakroom.
Off road parking; large double garage; lovely gardens; small paddock; two storey stone building with potential.
Stoney Middleton is a fine Peak District village situated either side of a valley and thus has fantastic views over the stunning Derbyshire Peak Park. It has a selection of local amenities including an excellent local pub, church, playing fields and renowned fish and chip shop. There is an excellent, privately run Spar shop a short distance away at Calver together with its petrol station and coffee shop. The larger conurbations of Sheffield and Chesterfield are with an easy drive thus making the house ideal for local commuting. The village is in the heart of Derbyshire’s Peak District National Park and thus is well located for all the excellent outdoor activities that has to offer including fine walks straight from the house, climbing at nearby Froggatt and Curbar Edge’s, fishing, cycling and a host of other things to do. There are many places of cultural interest nearby including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, the market town of Bakewell (home to the Bakewell Pudding) and the nearby historic spa town of Buxton with it’s fine opera house which has an excellent year round programme of events.
- 4 bed
- 2 bath
- 1 Parking Spaces
- Land is 1.20 acres
- Floor Area is 2,400 sqft
- 3 No. of Toilets
- No. of Ensuites
- No. of Garages
- Secure Parking
- Gas Heating