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

£750,000

Sold subject to contract

Farley, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 5LR
5 Bedroomed    Detached House

Key features:

  • A Spacious Barn Conversion, Enjoying A Delightful Position With Superb Views
  • Delightful Gardens Surrounding The Property Taking Advantage Of The Southerly Aspect
  • Large garden with Mature Trees, Pond & Flagged Seating Areas
  • Five Double Bedrooms, En-suite & Two Family Bathrooms
  • Large Sitting Room, Dining Room & Farmhouse Kitchen
  • Exceptionally Spacious Family Room And Conservatory
  • A Driveway Provides Ample Off-Road Parking And There Is A Good-Sized Workshop/Garage
  • Log Cabin-Style Shed And A Stone Built Animal Shed
  • Ideally Located On The Outskirts Of The Town

A spacious barn conversion property, enjoying a delightful position with superb views over surrounding open countryside. Ideally located on the outskirts of the town this substantial property offers five double bedrooms, one with en suite facility and two family bathrooms, large sitting room, dining room, farmhouse kitchen, exceptionally spacious family room and conservatory.  There are delightful gardens surrounding the property and grounds with a pond,  mature trees and flagged seating areas taking advantage of the southerly aspect.  A driveway provides ample off-road parking and there is a good-sized workshop/garage, a log cabin-style shed and a stone built animal shed.

Matlock is a picturesque spa town in the heart of Derbyshire close to the Peak District National Park, surrounded by beautiful open countryside. The town has a wealth of historic buildings as well as excellent local amenities and good primary and secondary schools.  At the centre of the town is with sports facilities, children’s play area, formal gardens and a riverside walk.  Situated on the A6 trunk road, there is easy access to Manchester, Derby and Nottingham and the nearby towns of Chesterfield (9 miles), Wirksworth (4.5miles) and Bakewell (8 miles). There is a branch line train station with a regular service to Derby and Nottingham.

 

Entering the property via a hardwood panelled entrance door with sidelight windows, which opens to:

RECEPTION HALLWAY 11’1” X 8’6” (3.38m x 2.59m)

Having terracotta tiles to the floor, bifold doors opening to the conservatory, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a further pair of half-glazed bifold doors opening to:

FAMILY ROOM 23’10” X 15’2” (7.26m x 4.62m)

A delightfully spacious room with architectural feature arrow slit style windows to two elevations and a pair of hardwood double glazed doors, with sidelight windows, opening onto a flagged terrace and the gardens.  There is a further window flooding the room with natural light. The room has polished light oak engineered flooring, halogen downlight spotlights and cast-iron column central heating radiators.

From the hallway, a pair of half-glazed doors open to:

CONVERSATORY 26’2” X 9’9” (7.92m x 2.97m)

Being constructed in hard wood with double glazed panels set upon a dwarf wall and having a double glazed pent roof.  A pair of glazed doors open onto the gardens.  There are terracotta tiles to the floor following through from the reception hallway, a pair of half-glazed doors open into the dining room and a cast iron column central heating radiator.  From the conservatory, there are superb views over the gardens and surrounding open fields, to the wooded hills and open countryside of the Derwent Valley. 

 

From the reception hallway, an oak batten door with thumb latch leads to:

 

SITTING ROOM 20’5” X 16’2” (6.22m x 4.93m)

Having dual aspect hardwood double glazed windows overlooking the driveway and gardens to the open fields beyond, the room has painted exposed beams to the ceiling, polished oak engineered flooring and an arched display niche with exposed rustic stonework.  There is a feature fireplace with a dressed stone surround and a heavy corbelled lintel housing a living flame gas stove.  The chimney wall has exposed stonework and display niches.  The room is illuminated by wall and centre light points and there is a television aerial point with satellite facility, telephone point and central heating radiators with thermostatic valves.  An oak batten door with thumb latch leads to:

INNER HALLWAY 20’2” X 6’2” (6.14m x 1.88m)

Having a staircase rising to the first floor accommodation, Cornish-style natural slate to the floor, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a panelled entrance door opening onto the rear of the property.  An oak batten door with thumb latch leads to:

 

DINING ROOM 22’8” X 10’2” (6.91m x 3.10m)

Having a pair of borrowed light windows and a pair of half-glazed doors opening to the conservatory, the room has polished oak engineered flooring, exposed beams to the ceiling and a feature exposed stonewall with a display niche.  There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.  A door opening leads to:

KITCHEN 16’8” X 12’9” (5.08m x 3.89m)

Having dual aspect hardwood double glazed windows overlooking the gardens and with views over the fields to the open countryside beyond.  The room has a batten door with thumb latch opening back to the inner hallway, Cornish-style slate tiles to the floor and a range of bespoke kitchen units in a pine finish with cupboards and open shelves set beneath a polished granite worksurface with a matching upstand.  There is a central island unit with cupboards, drawers and open display shelves beneath a granite top.  There is a wall-mounted plate rack.  Fitted within the kitchen is a Rangemaster Excel Classic range-style cooker with five gas burners, griddle and double fan-assisted ovens, warming oven and grill, over which is an extractor canopy which is vented to the outside.  Fitted within the kitchen is an under-mounted Belfast-style sink with an antique-style mixer tap.  Beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for a dishwasher.  There is ample space within the kitchen for a breakfast table if required.  The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.  An oak batten door with thumb latch leads to:

 

UTILITY ROOM 9’9” X 9’0” (2.97m x 2.74m)

Having Cornish-style slate tiles to the floor, following through from the kitchen, side aspect double glazed window overlooking the gardens, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a polished granite worksurface with an undermounted Belfast-style sink with mixer tap.  There are storage cupboards and beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.  Sited within the room is the Ideal gas-fired boiler, which provides hot water and central heating to the property.  A half-glazed panelled door leads to:

REAR ENTRANCE PORCH 12’7” X 5’11” (3.38m x 1.80m)

Being constructed in hardwood with double glazed panels set upon a dwarf wall and having a glass roof.  A stable-style entrance door opens onto the rear of the property.  The room has quarry tiles to the floor, column central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a half-glazed door opening to:

GREENHOUSE 11’6” X 8’6” (3.50m x 2.59m)

Again, constructed in hard wood with double glazed panels and a double glazed roof, there are quarry tiles to the floor, central heating radiator and slatted staging.

 

From the inner hallway, an oak batten door with thumb latch opens to:

GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 4’11” X 3’6” (1.5m x 1.07m)

A fully tiled room with suite with close couple WC and wall hung hand wash basin.  There is a ladder-style towel radiator and an extractor fan.

From the inner hallway, a staircase with a useful under-stairs storage cupboard and turned spindles, rises to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 23’5” X 9’2” (7.13m x 2.79m)

Having a pair of Velux rooflight windows, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and wall lamp points.  There is amble space on the landing to create a seating area if required.  A battened door with thumb latch opens to a deep storage cupboard with fitted shelving and hanging space.  An oak battened door with thumb latch leads to:

BEDROOM ONE 16’7” X 12’6” (5.05m x 3.81m)

Having a hardwood double glazed gable end window enjoying superb far-reaching views over the surrounding open countryside, taking in Riber Castle and High Tor in the distance.  There is a further Velux rooflight window flooding the room with natural light.  The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

FAMILY BATHROOM 10’4” X 7’0” (3.15m x 2.13m)

A fully tiled room with ceramic tiled floor, having a Velux rooflight window and walk-in shower cubicle with mixer shower.  There is a stand-alone roll-top bath set upon ball and claw feet with mixer taps and a Victorian-style pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level flush WC.  The room has a column-style central heating radiator, extractor fan and a ladder-style towel radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 12’5” X 10’0” (3.78m x 3.05m)

Having a Velux rooflight window and a range of built-in wardrobes providing hanging space and storage shelving.  There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

From the landing, a broad opening leads to:

 

STUDY AREA 12’0” X 7’0” (3.66m x 2.13m)

Having a Velux rooflight window, light wood-effect flooring and downlight spotlights.  Leading from the study area is:

A FURTHER LANDING 23’8” X 4’0” (7.21m x 1.22m)

Having Velux rooflight windows, central heating radiators and oak batten doors with thumb latches opening to:

BEDROOM THREE 15’0” X 10’9” (4.57m x 3.28m)

Open to the apex of the roof with a floor-length hardwood double glazed gable end window with superb far-reaching views over the open Derbyshire countryside.  There is a further Velux rooflight.  The room has a good range of built-in bedroom furniture with wardrobes, open display shelves, fitted drawers and a dressing/worksurface with storage drawers beneath.  There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

BEDROOM FOUR 12’5” X 10’10” (3.78m x 3.30m)

With a Velux rooflight window and a side aspect casement window, fitted wardrobes, open display shelves and storage drawers.  There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

FAMILY BATHROOM 8’4” X 6’1” (2.54m x 1.85m)

A fully tiled room with ceramic tiled floor, having a Velux rooflight window, suite with quadrant shower cubicle with mixer shower, semi-countertop wash hand basin with illuminated mirror over and storage cupboards beneath.  There is a concealed cistern dual flush WC, chrome-finish ladder-style towel radiator and an extractor fan.

BEDROOM FIVE 16’2” X 12’1” (4.93m x 3.68m) measured into the alcove

Having hardwood double glazed casement windows enjoying the fine far-reaching views afforded by the property, the room has ceramic tiles to the floor, a column-style central heating radiator and a television aerial point.  A battened door with thumb latch opens to:

 

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM 8’1” X 5’8” (2.46m x 1.73m)

A fully tiled room with ceramic tiled floor, having a Velux rooflight window, suite with walk-in shower cubicle with mixer shower, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC.  There is a ladder-style towel radiator.

 

OUTSIDE

The property is approached via a sweeping treelined driveway, to the side of which is an area of paddock with a large pond and a pair of stone-built animal shelters 6’7” X 7’0” (2.00m x 2.13m) having stable-style entrance doors, ideal for a small pony, goats, etc.  To the side of the paddock is an area of vegetable garden with a lawn and borders stocked with ornamental shrubs and a timber garden shed.  The driveway continues across the front of the property, where there are fine mature trees and an area of garden laid to lawn with flagged seating areas where the doors open from the family room and the conservatory, having deep borders well stocked with a good variety of ornamental shrubs and flowering plants, from where there are superb views over the Derwent Valley.  The driveway continues to a turning circle to the side of which is a LOG CABIN-STYLE OUTBUILDING APPROX. 20’0” X 12’0” (6.09m x 3.66m) Having a pair of traditionally hung vehicular access doors.  To the rear of the property is a WORKSHOP/GARAGE 18’4” X 9’1” (5.59m x 2.77m)

Having a half-glazed entrance door, Velux roof windows, central heating radiator, power and lighting, ideal for a hobby room, workshop, leisure suite, etc.

There is a further area of garden beyond the vegetable patch with a wall and borders stocked with ornamental shrubs and a timber summer house, taking advantage of the south westerly aspect.  The property has outside lighting and water supplies.

SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION

Mains electricity, water and gas are connected to the property; drainage is via a private system.

 

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

DIRECTIONS

Leaving Matlock Crown square along the A615 towards Bakewell, take the first right turn into Dimple Road, follow the road up the hill turning right at the T junction at the top, turn immediately left into Farley Hill, follow the road up the hill taking the third left turn into Ameycroft Lane. Take the third gate on the right which leads 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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