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


Sold subject to contract

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

Key features:

  • Detached Stone Built Renovated Farm House
  • Aprox. 2 Acres of Paddocks
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Stunning Far Reaching Views
  • Idyllic Tranquil Location
  • Bespoke Kitchen with Range Cooker
  • Sitting Room with Log Burner
  • Private Gated Driveway
  • Oak Framed Car Port and Garage, Could be Converted to Three Stables
  • Potential to extend with the necessary consents

An exceptionally well-presented, detached stone-built property, with date stone of 1886, which has been lovingly renovated over the last few years to create a delightful family home. Situated in an idyllic tranquil location with extensive views over the open countryside. Together with approximately 2 acres of paddock this handsome property offers three double bedrooms, family bathroom, farmhouse style dining kitchen with traditional pantry off and sitting room with log burning stove. There are delightful gardens surrounding the property, off-road parking and a detached oak framed barn style car port and garage. Potential to extend with the necessary consents.

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 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 composite entrance door, with double glazed and decorative panel, which opens to:

RECEPTION HALLWAY 9’5 x 4’10 (2.87m x 1.47m)

Having polished light oak flooring with underfloor heating, staircase rising to the upper floor accommodation and original panelled doors opening to:

SITTING ROOM 14’7 x 11’8 (4.44m x 3.56m)

With dual aspect upvc double glazed windows taking advantage of the superb far reaching views over the gardens and surrounding countryside.  The room has polished oak flooring with under floor heating following through from the reception hallway. There is elegant original coving to the ceiling and a fine feature fireplace with a dressed stone surround and raised hearth housing a multi-fuel stove. The room has a television aerial point with satellite facility.

DINING KITCHEN 14’10 x 13’ (4.52m x 3.96m)

A farmhouse style dining kitchen having a front aspect upvc double glazed window overlooking the gardens and paddocks, a further pair of windows overlooking the terrace and gardens to the rear of the property. The room has polished Travertine limestone flooring with underfloor heating. There are a good range of bespoke kitchen units in a hand painted finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a polished granite work surface with a tiled splashback. There are wall mounted storage cupboards and a dressing unit with glass fronted display cabinets, storage cupboards and drawers. Set within the worksurface is a one and a half bowl under mounted sink with mixer tap and there is an integral twelve place setting dishwasher. Sited within the kitchen is an Esse electric range style cooker with a twin lidded induction hot plate, double ovens and warming oven. There is ample space within the kitchen for a family dining table and the room is illuminated by low energy downlight spotlights. There is a point for a wall mounted television. From the kitchen a broad opening leads to:

REAR ENTRANCE HALLWAY 9’6 x 6’ (2.9m x 1.83m)

Having a half glazed panelled entrance door opening onto the rear of the property. the room has polished Travertine limestone tiles to the floor, coat hanging space, space for a fridge freezer and panelled doors opening to:

CLOAKROOM 6’1 x 3’2 (1.85m x 0.96m)

Having suite with dual flush close coupled WC and semi countertop wash hand basin with tiled splashback and storage cupboards beneath.

PANTRY 15’6 x 5’6 (4.72m x 1.67m)

A traditional farmhouse pantry with side aspect upvc double glazed windows, stone flagged floor and original stone thrawls. There is ample shelving and a worksurface with an inset porcelain sink with mixer tap beneath which there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine.

From the reception hallway a staircase rises to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 9’10 x 3’ (3m x 0.91m)

Having a rear aspect upvc double glazed window with views to the wooded hills that surrounds the area. Original panelled doors open to:

BEDROOM ONE 14’10 x 11’10 (4.52m x 3.6m)

Having dual aspect upvc double glazed windows taking advantage of the exceptional views over the open farmland and Ogston reservoir, with Bolsover Castle and Hardwick Hall in the distance. The room has a good range of built-in furniture with wardrobes providing hanging space, storage shelving and storage drawers. There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a television aerial point.

BEDROOM TWO 14’7 x 12’8 (4.44m x 3.86m)

With dual aspect upvc double glazed windows overlooking the gardens and surrounding paddocks. The room has a fine original bedroom fireplace with a dressed stone surround and a cast iron insert housing an open grate. There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and television aerial point.

BEDROOM THREE 11’2 x 9’8 (3.4m x 2.95m)

With a front aspect double glazed window having similar views to bedroom two. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and telephone point. This room would make an ideal study or work from home space if not required as a bedroom.

From the landing steps descend to an inner landing with a side aspect window and doors opening to an airing cupboard housing the oil-fired combination boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the property, there is slatted linen storage shelving. From the inner landing a panelled door opens to:

FAMILY BATHROOM 11’9 x 6’1 (3.58m x 1.85m)

Having a upvc double glazed window taking advantage of the delightful views over the paddock and farmland beyond. The room has ceramic tiles to the floor with underfloor heating and suite with panelled bath and semi countertop wash hand basin with storage cupboard beneath and illuminated mirror fronted bathroom cabinet over, there is a dual flush concealed cistern WC and low threshold shower cubicle with mixer shower. The room is illuminated by downlight spotlights and there is a chrome finished ladder style dual fuel towel radiator.


The property is approached via a gated driveway from where access is gained to a large gravelled parking area to the side of the property to the side of which is area of wildflower garden with a fine mature walnut tree. To the front of the property is an area of garden with a good-sized level lawn and borders stocked with a good variety of flowering plants, roses and spring flowering bulbs. Immediately to the front of the property is flagged terrace taking advantage of the southerly aspect. Beyond the terrace steps rise to a further flagged seating area with further borders stocked with flowering plants, and a Summerhouse 12’5 x 10’7 (3.78m x 3.22m) having power and lighting, ideal for a hobby room, home office etc. To the rear of the property is a further flagged patio area beyond which is a further area of garden laid to lawn with raised vegetable beds and two aluminium greenhouses.

Leading from the driveway is a further hard standing area with an oak framed barn style car port and garage. CAR PORT 19’ x 12’3 (5.79m x 3.73m) having power and lighting. GARAGE 12’ x 9’8 (3.66m x 2.95m) having a pair of traditionally hung vehicular access doors. Potential to easily convert to 3 stables. From the hardstanding area access is gained to a paddock with an ornamental natural pond, a gate leads to an orchard area with raised beds with soft fruits and fruit trees. From the driveway a further five bar gate leads to a further paddock enclosed by stone walls.

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


Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Heating and hot water are supplied by an oil-fired boiler. There is a public foot path running through the paddock.




Leaving along the A615 towards Alfreton. After passing through Tansley Village take the B6014 signed posted 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 right 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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