01629 760 899
 enquiries@sallybotham.co.uk
27 Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NF
London Office - 121 Park Lane, W1
 0207 318 7087

£850,000

Ashover Hay, Ashover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S45 0HN
3 Bedroomed    Detached House

Key features:

  • Stunning,Superbly Appointed Barn Conversion Property
  • Immaculately Presented, Character Property
  • 6.5 Acres Of Paddock, Stabling & Garaging
  • Three En Suite Bedrooms
  • Spacious Open Plan Living Kitchen
  • Separate Dining Room, Utility Room
  • Delightful Gardens, Private Courtyard
  • Ample Off-Road Parking
  • Located In Quiet Hamlet
  • Excellent Local Amenities

A superbly appointed and immaculately presented, recently completed barn conversion property, together with 6 acres of paddock, stabling and garaging.  Ideally located in the quiet hamlet of Ashover Hay, conveniently situated on the outskirts of Ashover Village, where there are excellent local amenities.The characterful accommodation offers three en suite bedrooms, spacious open plan living kitchen, separate dining room and utility room.The property has delightful gardens, ample off-road parking and a private courtyard.

Ashover Hay is a quiet hamlet surrounded by beautiful open countryside located on the outskirts of the village of Ashover within easy reach of the towns of Matlock, Alfreton and Chesterfield and within commuting distance of Sheffield, Nottingham and Derby. Nearby AshoverVillage has excellent amenities including post office, butchers, local shop, doctors, pubs and a good primary school with an excellent reputation.

Entering the property via a half-glazed panelled entrance door, which opens to:

ENTRANCE HALLWAY 6’5” X 5’5” (1.95m x 1.65m)

Having a stone flagged floor with underfloor heating and batten doors with ring latches open to:

CLOAK CUPBOARD 4’7” X 3’2” (1.40m x 0.97m)

Having coat hanging space and a light.

UTILITY ROOM 9’2” X 7’2” (2.79m x 2.18m)

Having a side aspect double glazed casement window, stone flags with underfloor heating following through from the hallway, worksurface with an inset stainless sink with mixer tap and storage cupboards beneath.  Beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine.Sited within the room is the oil-fired boiler, which provides hot water and central heating to the property.The room has ample storage shelving.

GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 6’0” X 3’0” (1.83m x 0.91m)

With a side aspect casement window with obscured glass, suite with dual flush close coupled WC and a contemporary wash hand basin with pillar tap set within a tiled recess.  The room has an extractor fan.

From the reception hallway, a rustic glazed door with ring latch opens to:

OPEN PLAN LIVING KITCHEN

LIVING AREA 24’9” X 14’1” (7.54m x 4.29m)

A delightfully spacious room, open to the apex of the roof with exposed heavy larch roof timbers, stone flagged floor with underfloor heating and rustic exposed stonewalls.  There are floor length rear aspect windows, enjoying superb views over the gardens and paddocks to the open countryside beyond.A pair of glazed doors with floor length sidelight windows open to a flagged terrace.A further glazed door opens to the courtyard.There is an electrically operated Velux rooflight window and a feature gable end window flooding the room with natural light.Set upon a raised stone hearth is a Villager log burning stove.There is connection for a wall-mounted TV with cabling for surround sound as well as a feature original stone trough.Steps rise to:

BREAKFAST KITCHEN AREA 13’7” X 13’2” (4.14m x 4.01m)

Again, open to the apex of the roof with a Velux electrically operated window, the room is elevated, overlooking the living area and has the views looking out onto the garden and paddocks with the valley beyond.  A further glazed door opens to the courtyard and the room has flags to the floor, with underfloor heating, following through from the sitting area.The kitchen is fitted with a good range of bespoke oak units in a hand painted finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a solid oak worksurface, there are open display sheleves.The worksurface returns to form a peninsular breakfast bar.Set within a tiled chimneypiece is a Stoves electric range-style cooker with a five-ring induction hob, double oven and grill, over which is an extractor canopy.Fitted within the kitchen is an undermounted double porcelain sink with mixer tap.There is a Brittania American-style fridge freezer with ice making facility.There is an integral dishwasher.

From the kitchen, a glazed rustic larch door with thumb latch leads to:

DINING ROOM 14’11” X 14’6” (4.55m x 4.42m)

Having a glazed entrance door opening to the private courtyard, stone flags to the floor with underfloor heating and a heavy exposed larch beam to the ceiling.  There is an original iron tie bar.The room is illuminated by downlight spotlights and there is a television aerial point and telephone point.A glazed door with thumb latch opens to:

INNER HALLWAY 7’9” X 4’11” (2.36m x 1.50m)

Having stone flags to the floor with underfloor heating, a three-quarter turn staircase rising to the first floor accommodation, with a useful deep under-stairs storage cupboard.  A glazed entrance door opens to the courtyard and a further batten door with thumb latch opens to:

BEDROOM ONE 15’9” X 11’6” (4.80m x 3.50m)

A split-level room with natural stone flags to the floor with individually controlled underfloor heating.  A glazed stable-style door opens to the rear of the property.The room is illuminated by downlight spotlights and there is a television aerial point.A rustic batten door with thumb latch opens to:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM 7’8” X 5’3” (2.33m x 1.60m)

Having a double glazed casement window with obscured glass and a rustic stone windowsill.  The room has stone flags to the floor and a suite with tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower, having overhead and handheld shower sprays, contemporary wash hand basin with storage cupboards beneath and a waterfall tap.There is a dual flush close coupled WC, extractor fan and downlight spotlights. Within the room is a fitted bathroom cabinet with an illuminated mirror front.

From the inner hallway, a three-quarter turn staircase rises to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 9’6” X 7’9” (2.90m x 2.36m)

Open to the apex of the roof with exposed heavy larch roof timbers, there are front aspect casement windows with a fitted window seat, enjoying superb far-reaching views over the paddocks and surrounding open countryside, and a further Velux rooflight window creating a light and airy space.  The room has painted exposed floorboards and ustic batten doors with thumb latches open to:

BEDROOM TWO 16’2” X 12’3” (4.93m x 3.73m)

With double glazed casement windows, with a fitted window seat, enjoying the superb far-reaching views and a half-glazed faux door, lending extra light to the room.  The room has heavy exposed roof purlins, painted exposed floorboards, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a point for a wall-mounted television.A batten door with thumb latch opens to:

EN SUITE BATHROOM 7’9” X 5’9” (2.36m x 1.75m)

Having an electrically operated Velux rooflight window and a further borrowed light window to the landing.  Suite with  P-shaped shower bath with overhead and handheld shower sprays and a curved glass shower screen, contemporary wash hand basin with waterfall tap and storage drawers beneath, dual flush close coupled WC and chrome-finished ladder-style towel radiator.There is an extractor fan.

From the landing, a further batten door with thumb latch leads to:

BEDROOM THREE 15’4” X 14’11” (4.67m x 4.55m)

Again, open to the apex of the roof with exposed roof timbers, and original kingpost truss.  There are casement windows to two aspects, enjoying the superb views and a further electrically operated Velux window flooding the room with natural light and illuminating the en-suite.A glazed entrance door opens to an external stone staircase.The room has painted exposed floorboards, central heating radiators with thermostatic valves and within the room is a contemporary standalone bath with a waterfall tap, over which is an architectural feature arrow slit window.A batten door with thumb latch opens to:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM 5’11” X 4’7” (1.80m x 1.40m)

Having a tiled shower cubicle with overhead shower spray and body jets.  There is a contemporary wash hand basin with waterfall tap, having an illuminated mirror over, dual flush close coupled WC and chrome-finish ladder-style towel radiator.There is an extractor fan.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached via a gated driveway, which provides ample off-road parking for several vehicles and gives access to the garaging and stables.  To the side of the driveway is an area of garden laid to lawn with sculptured borders, well stocked with a good variety of flowering plants and ornamental shrubs.There is a further lawned area interspersed with fruit trees from where there are fine views towards Osgton reservoir.A flagged seating area, where the doors open from the living space, takes advantage of the superb views.A gravelled pathway leads to a vegetable area with raised beds.To the rear of the property is a delightful enclosed split-level courtyard with flagged seating areas enjoying the southerly aspect and superb views.Some of the flags are taken from the original building.There is a pergola-style seat and log store.The property has outside lighting, power and water supplies.A gateway opens to a second driveway leading to the very quiet road, ideal as a bin store.

From the main driveway, access is gained to a timber-clad building, which houses:

GARAGE ONE 22’2” X 13’8” (6.75m x 4.16m)

Having traditionally hung vehicular access doors, power, lighting and a large mezzanine storage area.

GARAGE TWO 22’2” X 13’2” (6.75m x 4.01m)

Again, with traditionally hung vehicular access doors, power, lighting, water supply and mezzanine storage facility.

STABLE ONE 12’3” X 10’11” (3.73m x 3.32m)

Having a stable-style entrance door and lighting.

STABLE TWO 12’3” X 11’0” (3.73m x 3.35m)

Again, with lighting and a stable-style entrance door.

The stables open onto a good sized yard area with another gated driveway that leads to the road, and also leads to the five paddock areas.  The paddock area is land which provides the views and is such cannot be spoilt by other properties.

The garages and stables are protected by an alarm system.

From the driveway, five-bar gates open to the paddocks which extending to approximately 6.5 acres.

SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION

Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property.  Heating and hot water are supplied by an oil-fired boiler.There is a 1200 litre storage tank in the field.

COUNCIL TAX BAND (Correct at time of publication) ‘E’

DIRECTIONS

Leaving Matlock Crown Square along the A615 towards Alfreton. After passing through TansleyVillage take the B6014 signed posted to Clay Cross and Tibshelf. After passing the left turn sign posted Milltown, Ashover and Ashover Hay continue along the B6014 climbing the hill taking the next left turn into The Hay where the property can be found on the left hand side.

Disclaimer

All measurements in these details are approximate.  None of the fixed appliances or services have been tested and no warranty can be given to their condition. The deeds have not been inspected by the writers of these details. These particulars are produced in good faith with the approval of the vendor but they should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract.



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