01629 760 899
27 Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NF
London Office - 121 Park Lane, W1
 0207 318 7087

Guide Price £1,000,000

Moor Road, Ashover, Derbyshire, S45 0AG
5 Bedroomed    House

Key features:

  • Guide Price £1m - £1.2m
  • Imposing late Victorian Gentleman’s Residence
  • Coach House with Full Planning Consent for Conversion to 3 Bed House
  • Five Double Bedrooms
  • Large Dining Kitchen
  • Sitting Room, Drawing Room & Dining Room
  • Gardens Extending to 1 Acre
  • Over 3,000 Square Feet of Living Accommodation to the Main House
  • Excellent Local Amenities Including Pubs, Post Office, Local Shops, Doctor’s Surgery & Church
  • Highly Regarded Primary School & Nursery & Highly Sought after Village Location


A substantial stone-built detached late Victorian property ideally located close to the centre of the popular village of Ashover. Standing in gardens extending to approx. 1 acre together with a former coach house and stone out-building with planning consent for conversion to a three/four-bedroom dwelling. The main house is an elegantly proportioned generous family home, in need of remedial work and upgrading, offering five good sized double bedrooms, family bathroom, separate WC, generous reception hallway, sitting room, drawing room, dining room, large dining kitchen, cloak room and storage cellars. A driveway provides ample off-road parking and there are a range of outbuildings.


Ashover is a delightful village in a peaceful rural setting surrounded by beautiful open countryside. The village has excellent amenities including post office, butchers, local shop, doctors, pubs and a good primary school with an excellent reputation. The village is located within easy reach of the towns of Chesterfield (7 miles) and Matlock (4.3 miles) and is within easy commuting distance of Sheffield, Nottingham and Derby.


Entering the property via a broad original half glazed entrance door with a gothic arched over door light. The door opens to:

RECEPTION HALLWAY 19’9 x 16’6 (6.02m x 5.03m)

A spacious and elegant hallway having an original staircase rising to the first-floor accommodation, coving to the ceiling and a front aspect sliding sash window, with a shutter reveal, overlooking the driveway. The hallway has a central heating radiator, telephone point and doors opening to:

SITTING ROOM 15’ x 13’9 (4.57m x 4.19m)

With dual aspect windows set within shuttered reveals overlooking the driveway and gardens of the property and with views over the countryside that surrounds the village. The room has a feature fireplace with a painted timber surround and marble insert and raised hearth. There are central heating radiators, television aerial point and coving to the ceiling.

DRAWING ROOM 18’5 x 15’1 (5.61m x 4.6m) plus bay 6’ x 4’7 (1.83m x 1.39m)

Having a side aspect square bay window overlooking the gardens and with views to the open countryside that surrounds the area. The window has an opening light with steps onto a flagged terrace and the gardens. The room has original cornice to the ceiling, wall lamp points and a feature fireplace with a polished timber surround with a marble insert and hearth housing an open dog grate. To either side of the chimney breast are sliding sash windows set within shuttered reveals flooding the room with natural light. The room has central heating radiators.

DINING ROOM 14’11 x 14’5 (4.55m x 4.39m)

Having original sliding sash windows overlooking the gardens, wall lamp points, central heating radiators and a door leading to:

DINING KITCHEN 21’8 x 14’8 (6.6m x 4.47m)

A spacious room with dual aspect casement windows and a range of hand made kitchen units with cupboards and drawers beneath a work surface with a tiled splashback. The work surface returns to form a peninsular room divide. There are wall mounted storage cupboards and open display shelves. Fitted within the kitchen is a stainless sink with twin drainers and mixer tap, and a Mercury range style cooker with a five-burner gas hob, double electric ovens and grill. There is space within the kitchen for a family dining table, space and connection for an automatic washing machine, dishwasher and ample space for further white goods. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, telephone point and built in pot cupboards. Sited within the kitchen is the Worcester green star gas fired boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the property.

A half-glazed door opens to:


REAR ENTRANCE LOBBY 8’11 x 4’9 (2.72m x 1.44m)

Having a half-glazed entrance door opening onto the side of the property and a further door opening to:

REAR ENTRANCE HALLWAY 14’4 x 4’11 (4.37m x 1.49m) & 10’6 x 4’11 (3.2m x 1.49m)

A T shaped hallway having a front aspect sliding sash window overlooking the driveway. There are built-in storage cupboards, cloak cupboard with hanging space and shelving, central heating radiator and a door opening to a GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 6’8 x 4’5 (2.03m x 1.34m) having a side aspect window with obscured glass. Suite with dual flush close coupled WC and wash hand basin. From the rear hallway a further door opens back to the reception hallway and a panelled door leads to a stone staircase which descends to:

STORAGE CELLARS 18’5 x 14’2 (5.61m x 4.32m)

Having quarry tiles to the floor with a rear aspect window opening to a light well and a door opening to Wine Store 5’ x 6’2 (1.52m x 1.88m).

From the reception hallway and elegant staircase with a swept hardwood handrail rises to a HALF LANDING where steps rise to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 21’2 x 16’3 (6.45m x 4.95m)

With a front aspect sliding sash window overlooking the driveway. An arched display niche on the stairs, wall lamp points and doors opening to:

BEDROOM ONE 19’7 x 15’2 (5.97m x 4.62m) plus bay 5’10 x 4’ (1.78m x 1.21m)

With a square bay window having views over the garden, the village and the open countryside beyond. There is a further rear aspect window overlooking the gardens and coach house. The room has a good range of built-in wardrobes providing hanging space and storage shelving. There are fitted open display shelves, electric wall mounted panel heaters, telephone point, television aerial point and wash hand basin with mirror over.

BEDROOM TWO 15’ x 13’9 (4.57m x 4.19m)

With dual aspect original sliding sash windows, set within shuttered reveals, overlooking the gardens and driveway. There are central heating radiators and wash hand basin with mirror over.

BEDROOM THREE 13’3 x 11’3 (4.04m x 3.43m) measured into the wardrobes

Having rear aspect original sliding sash windows, central heating radiator, wash hand basin with mirror over, and a good range of built-in storage cupboards providing hanging space and storage shelving.

BEDROOM FOUR 14’2 x 11’6 (4.32m x 3.5m)

With a side aspect sliding sash window, telephone point and central heating radiator.

FAMILY BATHROOM 14’8 x 8’5 (4.47m x 2.56m)

Having a rear aspect window with obscured glass, and suite with an art deco panelled bath with mixer shower over, wash hand basin and an airing cupboard having slatted linen storage shelving, housing the hot water cylinder which is fitted with an immersion heater. There is a further linen storage cupboard.


SEPARATE LAVATORY 3’3 x 4’8 (0.99m x 1.42m)

With a rear aspect window with obscured glass to the low pane and a close coupled WC.

From the half landing steps rise to:


BEDROOM FIVE 14’5 x 12’1 (4.39m x 3.68m)

With front aspect sliding sash window overlooking the driveway. The room has original cornice to the ceiling, central heating radiator, pedestal wash hand basin with mirror over, and built-in furniture including wardrobes with hanging rails, fitted shelving and drawers, fitted storage cupboards and open display shelves.

From the landing a panelled door opens to:

BOX ROOM 9’1 x 3’6 (2.77m x 1.06m)

With front aspect sliding sash windows and fitted storage shelving.


The property is approached via a gated driveway which provides off-road parking for several vehicles. Lying to the side and rear of the property is a good-sized area of garden with a flagged terrace with steps leading to the drawing room window. From the terrace steps descend to a large area of garden with a central lawn surrounded by mature trees and ornamental shrubs and with borders ideal for flowering plants. The gardens and terrace continue around the rear of the property where a pathway leads to the Coach House. To the opposite side of the property is a yard area with three stone outbuildings incorporating solid fuel stores.


A detached two storey stone-built former coach house and separate stone-built store with planning consent for conversion to further living accommodation. The coach house has vehicular access from a lane to the side of the main property.

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


Services all mains services are connected to the property.

TENURE Freehold


Leaving Matlock along the A632 towards Chesterfield, after descending Slack Hill turn right after the Kelstedge Inn along the B6036 Ashover road, take the first left turn onto Narrowleys Lane, at the end of the road turn left where the property can be found on the left hand side.


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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