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

£1,250,000

Baslow Road, Eastmoor, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, s42 7DD
5 Bedroomed    Detached House

Key features:

  • Handsome Period Detached Stone-Built Property
  • Enjoying A Slightly Elevated Position On The Edge Of The Chatsworth Estate With Commanding Views
  • Approximately 4 Acres Of Paddocks
  • Five Bedrooms, Master En Suite/Dressing Room, Two Further Bathrooms
  • Delightfully Spacious Drawing Room, Family Sitting Room
  • Elegant Reception Hallway, Large Study, Dining Room
  • Breakfast Kitchen With Utility Room With Lavatory Off
  • Cloak/Boot Room, Storage Cellar
  • Gardens, Driveway, Garaging, Stables
  • Parts Of The Building Believed To Date Back To The 1600's

Set within the wonderful open countryside of The Peak District National Park, on the edge of the Chatsworth Estate, this handsome period detached stone-built property, parts of which are believed to date back to the 1600’s, enjoys a slightly elevated position with commanding views over the surrounding countryside. Together with approximately four acres of paddocks. The newly refurbished accommodation (part of the refurbishment is currently ongoing) offers five bedrooms, master with en suite bathroom/dressing room, guest en-suite and a further Jack and Jill family/en-suite shower room. There is a delightfully spacious drawing room, elegant reception hallway, large study, dining room, family sitting room and breakfast kitchen with utility room with lavatory off, along with a cloak/boot room and storage cellar.  There are good sized gardens to the front of the property, driveway providing off-road parking, garaging and stables.

Dalebrook house is set in a stunning rural location between the town of Chesterfield (6 miles) and the sought after village of Baslow (2.25miles) where there are excellent amenities, and within catchment of the highly regarded Lady Manner School Bakewell. Chesterfield is an ancient market town with the famous Crooked Spire Church at its centre. There are four markets a week in the town and a wealth of high street shops, restaurants, bars, theatre and cinema. Baslow village offers restaurants, boutique shops, pubs and doctors’ surgery.  Sheffield is within easy commuting distance approx. 20 miles.

Entering the property via a broad panelled entrance door, which is protected by an open portico porch.  The door opens to:

RECEPTION HALLWAY 13’2” X 12’11” (4.01m x 3.94m)

Having elegant coving to the ceiling and polished Dijon limestone tiles to the floor with individually controlled electric underfloor heating.  There is a fine feature fire opening with a dressed stone surround housing an open grate.The room is illuminated by wall lamp points and there is a column-style central heating radiator.Panelled doors open to:

DRAWING ROOM 22’4” X 16’1” (6.80m x 4.90m)

Having dual aspect double glazed sliding sash windows with shuttered reveals enjoying views over the gardens and surrounding open countryside.  The room has elegant original cornice to the ceiling and a fine feature fireplace with a cast iron surround and raised hearth housing an open dog grate.The room is illuminated by wall lamp points.There are central heating radiators, polished Dijon limestone tiles to the floor with individually controlled electric underfloor heating, and a television aerial point with satellite facility.

DINING ROOM 20’9” X 13’4” (6.32m x 4.06m)

Having front aspect floor length double glazed sliding sash windows enjoying the superb views over the surrounding open countryside and moorland.  There are polished Dijon limestone tiles to the floor with individually controlled electric underfloor heating, central heating radiator with radiator cover and feature fireplace with a cast iron and tiled surround housing an open grate.To the side of the chimneybreast is a glass-fronted illuminated display cabinet.There are wall and centre light points.A batten door with thumb latch opens to:

FAMILY SITTING ROOM 14’6” X 12’11” (4.42m x 3.94m)

Set in the older part of the property with a side aspect window and feature fireplace with cast iron surround housing an open grate.  To either side of the chimneybreast are built-in storage cupboards.There is a central heating radiator and television aerial point.An early batten door with thumb latch opens to:

INNER LOBBY 6’6” X 3’4” (1.98m x 1.02m)

Having a panelled door opening back to the reception hallway, polished limestone flooring, a door opening to a storage cupboard with a light and a further door leading to:

BOOT/CLOAK ROOM 10’11” X 7’0” (3.32m x 2.13m)

Having a rear aspect sliding sash window, ceramic tiles to the floor, coat hanging space and central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.  A door opens to GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 7’1” X 3’9” (2.16m x 0.99m) Having a suite with high level flush WC and vanity-style wash hand basin with storage cupboard beneath.There is an extractor fan. From the boot room, a batten door with thumb latch opens to a stone staircase, which leads to:

STORAGE CELLAR 22’1” X 13’1” (6.73m x 3.99m)

Having a stone barrel vault ceiling, brick set floor, original stone thrawls, power and lighting.

From the dining room, a batten door leads to:

BREAKFAST KITCHEN 15’8” X 10’0” (4.77m x 3.05m)

Having front aspect sliding sash windows with a window seat overlooking the gardens and surrounding open countryside.  The room has polished oak flooring and a good range of shaker-style kitchen units in a paint-effect finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a solid timber worksurface with a matching upstand.There are wall-mounted storage cupboards with under-cabinet lighting, open display shelves and plate rack.Set within the worksurface is a porcelain sink with mixer tap and a five ring ceramic hob with a matching glass splashback, over which is a cooker hood.There is an eye-level integral microwave, double oven and grill, basket drawers, wine rack and fitted wine cooler, along with an integral twelve place setting dishwasher.The room has a central heating radiator with radiator cover and a kick space heater.A panelled door opens to:

REAR ENTRANCE HALL 24’5” X 10’3” (7.44m x 3.12m)

With rear aspect casement windows and a panelled door opening onto the rear of the property.  The room has natural stone flags to the floor, exposed beams to the ceiling, a back staircase rising to the first floor accommodation and an original early batten door with thumb latch, possibly originally the rear entrance door, which opens to the family sitting room.A further batten door with thumb latch opens to a LAVATORY 5’1” X 3’0” (1.55m x 0.91m) having panelling to dado height, rear aspect double glazed window and quarry tiles to the floor, suite with low level flush WC and corner-mounted wash hand basin.From the rear hallway, a further batten door with thumb latch opens to:

UTILITY ROOM 6’0” X 2’10” & 4’11” X 2’6” (1.83m x 0.86m & 1.50m x 0.81m)

An L-shaped room with quarry tiles to the floor, power, lighting, original stone cold shelf and fitted storage shelving.  Beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine and further white goods.

From the reception hallway, a staircase in a satin marble finish rises to:

STUDY 15’2” X 13’8” (4.62m x 4.16m)

A light and spacious room having a glazed roof lantern and a further, newly fitted, side aspect sliding sash window with superb views over the surrounding open countryside.  The room has polished limestone tiles to the floor, low energy downlight spotlights and steps rising to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 23’3” X 4’2” (7.08m x 1.27m)

A split-level landing with a cast iron column central heating radiator and doors opening to:

BEDROOM ONE 16’1” X 11’0” (4.90m x 3.35m)

Having newly fitted dual aspect sliding sash double glazed windows, the side window with a shuttered reveal, taking advantage of the superb far reaching views afforded by the property.  The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, elegant coving to the ceiling, over-bed reading lights and a panelled door opening to:

EN SUITE BATHROOM/DRESSING ROOM 14’0” X 10’9” (4.27m x 3.28m)

Having a newly fitted side aspect sliding sash window set within a shuttered reveal, light oak flooring and a fire opening with solid timber mantel and raised hearth housing a dog grate.  To the centre of the room is a standalone contemporary bath with floor mounted pillar waterfall tap and handheld shower spray.There is a dual flush close coupled WC, contemporary wash hand basin set upon a wash stand with storage cupboards and basket drawers.There is a chrome-finish ladder-style electric towel radiator, column central heating radiator, low energy downlight spotlights and a built-in sound system.To one end of the room is a good range of mirror-fronted wardrobes providing hanging rails, storage shelving and storage drawers.

BEDROOM TWO 15’4” X 12’10” (4.67m x 3.91m)

Currently undergoing restoration, a spacious room open to the apex of the roof with exposed roof timbers and a fine A-truss.  There is a side aspect window and Velux rooflights.

BEDROOM THREE 12’6” X 8’7” (3.81m x 2.62m)

Having newly fitted front aspect double glazed sliding sash windows enjoying views over the southerly aspect and the surrounding moorland.  The room has exposed polished floorboards, a feature fire opening with a dressed stone surround creating a display niche.There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and television aerial point.

BEDROOM FOUR 13’3” X 13’0” (4.04m x 3.96m)

Again, with front aspect newly fitted sliding sash windows enjoying similar views to bedroom three.  There is a dual fuel column central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.The room is illuminated by low energy downlight spotlights.A panelled door opens to:

JACK AND JILL SHOWER ROOM 8’3” X 7’0” (2.51m x 2.13m)

With newly fitted front aspect sliding sash window, ceramic tiles to the floor and a recently installed suite with level entry shower cubicle with mixer shower having overhead and handheld shower sprays.  There is a contemporary wall-hung wash hand basin with illuminated mirror over and close coupled corner WC.A panelled door opens back to the first floor landing and there is a chrome-finish dual fuel towel radiator.

From bedroom four, a batten door with thumb latch opens to:

BEDROOM FIVE 13’3” X 10’0” (4.04m x 3.05m)

With a newly fitted front aspect sliding sash window with fitted window seat.  There is a further rear aspect window flooding the room with natural light, column-style central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, low energy downlights and a batten door opening to the rear staircase, which descends to the rear hall room.A further batten door opens to:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM 9’9” X 2’5” (2.97m x 0.74m)

Currently being refurbished with a tiled shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached via a driveway shared with the neighbouring farm, from where a pair of electrically operated gates open to a gravelled driveway to the front of the property with a turning circle.  Beyond the driveway is a good sized area of garden, mainly laid to lawn interspersed with mature ornamental shrubs and enclosed by beech hedging.Immediately to the front of the property is a semi-circular raised stone flagged terrace, giving access to the entrance door and enjoying the southerly aspect.The driveway continues around the side of the property, where there is ample off-road parking and space where a stable block will be erected. From the drive there is access to:

GARAGE 25’10” X 20’4” (7.87m x 6.20m)

Having a double width electrically operated roller shuttered vehicular access door, power and lighting.  Sited within the garage are the recently fitted twin Worcester LPG boilers, which provide hot water and central heating to the property.

LAND

Shortly after turning into the driveway a gate gives access to approx. 4 acres of paddock running along side the A619. Enclosed by fencing an interspersed with trees.

SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION

Mains electricity and water are connected to the property.  Drainage is by way of a private system and heating and hot water are provided by liquid propane gas.

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

DIRECTIONS

Leaving Chesterfield along the A619 towards Baslow, follow the road for  approximately 5 miles, after passing the premier Inn continue for approximately 1 mile where the driveway to Dale Book House can be found on the right 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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