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

£850,000

Nether Lane, Brassington, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 4HL
7 Bedroomed    Detached House

Key features:

  • Spacious Country Property
  • Partly Renovated Farmhouse With Five Bedrooms
  • Fully Refurbished Annexe With Two Bedrooms, Bathroom, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen
  • Main House Is Stripped To Bare Brick To Facilitate Complete Renovation
  • Main House Offers Kitchen, Utility Room, Storage Cellars
  • Spacious Dining Room, Sitting Room, Family Room
  • Reception Hallway With Fine Original Staircase
  • Extensive Garden, Orchard, Far-Reaching Views Over Open Countryside
  • Private Driveway With Double Gates
  • Main House Dates Back To 1905

A delightfully spacious country property, having been partly renovated and requiring completion, together with an immaculately presented refurbished annexe.  The main house has a date stone of 1905 and stands in extensive gardens of approximately one acre at the end of a private drive surrounded by open countryside and superb views.The property has been stripped back internally to bare brick to facilitate complete renovation.The accommodation offers five bedrooms, bathroom and shower room, reception hallway with a fine original staircase, sitting room, spacious dining room, good sized kitchen with utility room off, family room and rear entrance lobby with cloakroom off.The adjoining annexe, which is well presented throughout, offers two bedrooms, family bathroom, sitting room and dining kitchen.


Brassington is an attractive village of quaint stone-built character properties set amidst fabulous open countryside, on the edge of the Peak District National Park, close to Carsington water. Conveniently situated for the towns of Ashbourne (6 miles) and Wirksworth (5 miles) the village has two pubs, a primary school and Church. The cities of Derby and Nottingham are within commuting distance.

MAIN HOUSE

Entering the property via a ledged batten-style entrance door, with bullseye glazed panel, which opens to:

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 5’0” X 3’11” (1.52m x 1.19m)

Having quarry tiles to the floor, original coving to the ceiling and a door opening leading to:

RECEPTION HALLWAY 11’6” X 5’6” & 12’2” X 6’1” (3.50m x 1.67m & 3.71m x 1.85m) measured into the stairwell

Having quarry tiles to the floor and an elegant staircase with decorative spindles and capped newels rising to the first floor accommodation.  On the turn of the stairs is a fine four light mullioned and transomed window with a stone windowsill and inset double glazed panels, flooding the hallway and staircase with natural light.From the hallway, door openings lead to:

SITTING ROOM 15’0” X 12’4” (4.57m x 3.76m)

Having a front aspect triple light mullioned window with a stone windowsill and double glazed inset casement panels enjoying superb far reaching views over the delightful surrounding open countryside.  The room has a feature fireplace in natural stone with a raised hearth housing a dog basket grate.

DINING ROOM 26’7” X 11’1” (8.10m x 3.38m)

With rear aspect mullioned windows with inset double glazed panels overlooking the gardens and driveway.  The room has quarry tiles to the floor.Originally two rooms, the centre wall has been removed to create a delightful living space.

KITCHEN 15’10” X 14’4” (4.82m x 4.37m)

With front aspect mullioned windows with stone windowsills and double glazed casement inserts taking advantage of the superb far reaching views.  The room has quarry tiles to the floor and a fine feature fire opening with a dressed stone surround and heavy gritstone lintel, ideal for a range-style cooker or log burning stove etc.A door opening leads to:

UTILITY ROOM 15’10” X 5’7” (4.82m x 1.70m)

With a rear aspect window set with exposed stone mullions overlooking the gardens.  There are terrazzo tiles to the floor.Steps lead to:

STORAGE CELLAR 8’11” X 5’7” (2.72m x 1.70m)

Having a barrel vault ceiling and terrazzo tiles to the floor.

From the kitchen, a door opening leads to:

FAMILY ROOM 14’6” X 12’0” (4.42m x 3.66m)

With a three light front aspect window with exposed stone mullions and inset double glazed casements.  The room has terrazzo tiles to the floor and a spiral staircase rising to the first floor.From the family room, a door opening leads to:

REAR ENTRANCE HALLWAY 7’11” X 5’1” (2.41m x 1.55m)

Having terrazzo tiles to the floor, a half-glazed panelled entrance door opening onto the front of the property, a connecting door to the annexe and a further door opening to:

CLOAKROOM 6’10” X 5’9” (2.08m x 1.75m)

With a rear aspect casement window set within a stone surround.  There are terrazzo tiles to the floor, low level flush WC, a wall-hung wash hand basin and connection for a washing machine.

From the reception hallway, a half turn staircase with decorative spindles and capped newels rises to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 13’2” X 9’8” (4.01m x 2.95m)

A delightfully spacious landing with door openings leading to:

BEDROOM ONE 15’10” X 13’0” (4.82m x 3.96m)

With a three light mullioned window with stone sill and inset double glazed casements with superb far reaching views over the surrounding open countryside.  There is a chimney breast, to the side of which is an arched niche.

BEDROOM TWO 14’2” X 11’11” (4.32m x 3.63m)

Having rear aspect double glazed casements set within exposed stone mullions with a stone windowsill.  A staircase rises to the attics.

ATTIC ROOM ONE 27’8” X 7’1” & 25’0” X 6’5” (8.43m x 2.16m & 7.62m x 1.95m)

A T-shaped room being plastered and boarded and having storage spaces within the eaves of the room.  A door opens to:

ATTIC ROOM TWO 14’9” X 8’3” (4.50m x 2.51m)

Again, plastered and boarded and housing the header tanks. 

From the first floor landing, further doors open to:

LINEN ROOM 5’2” X 5’2” (1.57m x 1.57m)

Having slatted linen storage shelving.

BATHROOM 7’7” X 7’4” (2.31m x 2.23m)

With rear aspect mullioned windows with double glazed casements.  The room has panelling to dado height, suite with panelled bath with Victorian-style mixer taps and handheld shower spray, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

SHOWER ROOM 7’7” X 5’2” (2.31m x 1.57m)

With a double glazed casement window set within an exposed stone surround, having slate effect tiles to the floor and suite with tiled shower cubicle with Gainsborough shower, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC.  There is a chrome-finish ladder-style towel radiator and an extractor fan.The room could easily create an en suite to bedroom three.

BEDROOM THREE 16’9” X 11’7” (5.10m x 3.53m)

With a triple light mullioned window with stone windowsill and double glazed casement inserts enjoying views over the gardens to the rear of the property and the driveway and open countryside beyond. 

BEDROOM FOUR 15’7” X 11’6” (4.75m x 3.50m)

Having a triple light mullioned window with stone sills and double glazed casements overlooking the orchard to the front of the property and with superb views over the surrounding open fields.  A door opening leads to:

BEDROOM FIVE 15’1” X 12’4” (4.60m x 3.76m)

Located in the older part of the building and having dual aspect double glazed mullioned windows with stone windowsills.  A spiral staircase descends to the family room.This room would make an ideal bathroom and dressing room to bedroom four if required.

ANNEXE

Entering the property via a batten-style entrance door with double glazed panel, which opens to:

DINING KITCHEN 13’5” X 11’3” (4.09m x 3.43m)

With dual aspect double glazed casement windows enjoying views over the orchard to the surrounding open countryside.  The room has ceramic tiles to the floor and a good range of units in a shaker-style finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a timber-effect worksurface with a tiled upstand.There are wall-mounted storage cupboard with under-cabinet lighting.Set within the worksurface is a one-and-a-half bowl sink with mixer tap.Beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine and space for a dishwasher or under-worksurface fridge.Fitted within the kitchen is an Indesit free-standing electric cooker with a four-ring ceramic hob, double oven and grill, over which is an extractor canopy.There is ample space within the kitchen for a family dining table and space for a fridge freezer.A half-glazed door with etched glass panels opens to:

SITTING ROOM 12’11”  X 11’5” (3.94m x 3.48m)

Having a double glazed casement window overlooking the driveway and the front of the main house.  The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a television aerial point with satellite facility.A door opens to:

HALLWAY 19’3” X 3’2” & 13’8” X 2’11” (5.87m x 0.97m & 4.16m x 0.89m)

A L-shaped split-level hallway having Velux rooflight windows, central heating radiators with thermostatic valves and panelled doors opening to:

BEDROOM ONE 14’7” X 12’5” (4.44m x 3.78m)

Having a double glazed casement window overlooking the driveway and front of the main house with views to the open fields that surround the area.  The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, television aerial point and a loft access hatch.

FAMILY BATHROOM 8’4” X 6’2” (2.54m x 1.88m)

With double glazed casement windows with obscured glass, slate-effect ceramic tiles to the floor and suite with panelled shower bath with mixer shower over and curved glass shower screen.  There is a pedestal wash hand basin, dual flush close coupled WC and a chrome-finished ladder-style towel radiator.The room has an extractor fan.

BOILER ROOM 5’4” X 3’0” (1.63m x 0.91m)

With a ceramic tiled floor and housing the Worcester Heatslave oil-fired boiler, which provides hot water and central heating to the annexe.

BEDROOM TWO 12’7” X 12’2” (3.83m x 3.71m)

Having double glazed casement windows with superb far reaching views over the orchard to the open countryside that surrounds the property.  The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.A panelled door opens to:

INTERCONNECTING LOBBY 12’4” X 2’11” (3.76m x 0.89m)

Having a door leading to the rear entrance lobby of the main house.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached via a long, private lane, which feeds the neighbouring farm.  From the lane, a pair of double gates open to a driveway leading to Clipshead Farm House.To either side of the driveway is a good-sized grassed area interspersed with ornamental trees.The driveway continues around to the front of the property, where there is ample off-road parking and an area of lawn with deep borders, well stocked with ornamental shrubs, fruit trees and mature trees.Immediately to the front of the property is a flagged terrace, enclosed by a low stone wall, taking advantage of the southerly aspect and being interspersed with ornamental shrubs and flowering plants.Beyond the driveway, through a personnel gate, is the orchard, enclosed by post-and-rail fencing and having fine mature trees.From the driveway, a personnel gate leads around the annexe to a further area of garden laid to lawn, enjoying views over the surrounding open fields.There is a small yard area and an enclosed forecourt with a flagged seating area, giving access to the entrance door to the annexe.

SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION

Mains electricity and water are connected to the property drainage is by way of a private system, heating and hot water (to the annexe) are provided by an oil fired boiler. There is a separate oil tank for the main house.

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

DIRECTIONS

Leaving the B5035 at Carsington water between Ashbourne and Wirksworth signposted Brassington, follow the road into the village, after passing the primary school turn left into Miners Hill which becomes Church Street, follow the road passing the Church on the right hand side, Church Street becomes Well Street and the West End. After passing the Gate Public house take the next left turn into Nether Lane. After passing the first set of farm buildings the lane becomes a farm track continue along the road for approximately 800 meters where you will arrive at a pair of iron gates which lead to the property.

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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