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

£750,000

Seanor Lane, Lower Pilsley, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S45 8DQ
3 Bedroomed    House

Key features:

  • A Superb Equestrian Livery Facility
  • With An Immaculately Presented Family Home
  • 17 Acres Including Paddocks And Stable Yard, Direct Access To Bridlepath Re-opening Soon
  • 16 Loose Box Stables, Tack Rooms, Feed Store
  • There Is A Floodlit Ménage With All Weather Surface
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Spacious Dining Kitchen
  • Sitting Room and Dining Room
  • Immaculate Gardens, Far Reaching Views
  • Ample Parking and Hard Standing

A superb equestrian livery facility together with an immaculately presented detached three bedroom family home. Having approximately 17 acres including paddocks and stable yard, 16 loose box stables, tack rooms, feed store, open barn and equine washroom with solarium. There is a floodlit ménage with an all weather surface. The property is locate on a quiet cul-de-sac which leads to a bridle path connecting with the five pits trail. The House offers three double bedrooms, family bathroom, sitting room, dining room and spacious dining kitchen with conservatory porch off. There are gardens to front and rear  and a driveway providing off road parking.

Lower Pilsley is ideally situated for the excellent amenities at nearby Clay Cross (2.5 miles) in nearby Pilsley village is a primary school, local shops and chemist. The town of Chesterfield lies 6.8 miles to the North of the village and J29 of the M1 motorway is just 4.5 miles.

Entering the property via a glazed composite entrance door, which opens to:

ENTRANCE PORCH 4’4” X 4’6” (1.32m x 1.37m)

Having Terrazzo tiles to the floor, side aspect uPVC double glazed window, coat hanging space and a 15-pane glazed uPVC entrance door with sidelight window opening to:

RECEPTION HALLWAY 18’8” X 4’4” & 12’8” X 6’10” (5.69m x 1.32m x 3.86m x 2.08m)

An L-shaped hallway having an elegant staircase rising to the first floor accommodation, polished bamboo flooring and ceramic tiles to the entrance area, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and doors opening to:

SITTING ROOM 18’2” X 11’6” (5.53m x 3.50m)

With a front aspect uPVC double glazed picture window overlooking the driveway and gardens.  The room is illuminated by wall lamp points and there is a feature fireplace with a polished wood surround with a marble insert and hearth housing a flame-effect electric fire.There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a television aerial point.

DINING ROOM 15’1” X 7’10” (4.60m x 2.39m)

Having dual aspect uPVC double glazed windows, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a panelled door opening to a boiler cupboard, housing the combination gas-fired boiler that provides hot water and central heating to the property.

From the hallway, further doors opens to:

CLOAKROOM 5’2” X 4’3” (1.57m x 1.30m)

With a side aspect uPVC double glazed window with obscured glass, bamboo flooring following through from the hallway, close coupled dual flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin.  There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

DINING KITCHEN 24’7” X 8’11” (7.49m x 2.72m)

With wood-effect laminate flooring, rear aspect uPVC double glazed picture windows and patio doors with sidelight windows overlooking the delightful enclosed garden and the equestrian facility beyond.  The kitchen area being fitted with a good range of shaker-style units in a light wood finish with cupboards and drawers beneath a granite-effect worksurface with a tiled splashback.The worksurface returns to form a peninsular room divide with an oversailing top creating a breakfast bar.There are wall-mounted storage cupboards. Set within the worksurface is a stainless sink with mixer tap and a 5-burner gas hob, over which is a cooker hood.Beneath the hob is a fan-assisted electric oven.There is an integral 12-place setting dishwasher, space and connection for an automatic washing machine and space and connection with a water supply for an American-style side-by-side fridge freezer.The dining area of the room has a central heating radiator with radiator cover and dresser-style unit, matching the kitchen, with cupboards, drawers, and glass-fronted display cabinet.  There is a point for a wall-mounted television.A glazed door opens to:

CONSERVATORY PORCH 14’2” X 5’10” (4.32m x 1.78m)

Being constructed in uPVC with double glazed panels set upon a dwarf wall and having a polycarbonate roof.  There are entrance doors onto the front and rear of the property.A door opens to a useful under-stairs storage cupboard.The room has ceramic tiles to the floor.

From the reception hallway, a half-turn staircase rises to:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 12’8” X 5’10” (3.86m x 1.78m)

Having a pair of double glazed windows on the turn of the stairs, access hatch to a boarded loft space with a retractable ladder and a light.  From the landing, doors open to:

BEDROOM ONE 15’10” X 12’4” (4.82m x 3.76m)

With front aspect uPVC double glazed picture windows, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, a further side window flooding the room with natural light.  The room is illuminated by downlight spotlights and there is a television aerial point.

BEDROOM TWO 13’0” X 11’6” (3.96m x 3.50m)

Again, with front aspect uPVC double glazed picture windows enjoying views over the surrounding properties, the garden and driveway.  The room has a point for a wall-mounted television and central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

BEDROOM THREE 11’5” X 8’11” (3.48m x 2.72m)

Having rear aspect double glazed picture windows enjoying pleasant views over the gardens and the equestrian facility to the open countryside that surrounds the area.  The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.

FAMILY BATHROOM 12’2” X 5’8” (3.71m x 1.73m)

A partially tiled room with ceramic tiled floor, having a rear aspect window with obscured glass, suite with panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC and a quadrant shower cubicle with mixer shower.  The room is illuminated by wall lamp points and there is a chrome-finish ladder-style towel radiator.

OUTSIDE

To the front of the property, a driveway provides off-road parking for several vehicles and there is an area of garden with a central lawn and sculptured borders stocked with a good variety of ornamental shrubs and flowering plants.  To the rear of the property is a delightful enclosed garden with a raised flagged seating area immediately to the rear of the property where the doors open from the dining kitchen, beyond which there are deep borders stocked with ornamental shrubs and flowering plants and a pathway meandering through a lawn to a gate leading to the vegetable garden with an aluminium greenhouse and the equestrian facility. Direct access to bridlepath re-opening soon.

EQUESTRIAN FACILITY

Accessed by a separate vehicular driveway which leads to a yard with ample hard standing for horse boxes, equipment etc. and an OPEN-FRONTED BARN 35’0” X 20’0” (10.67m x 6.09m) beyond which is a stable yard with buildings surrounding a large lawn andan all-weather ménage approximately 60m x 25m with floodlighting. To the far side of the ménage is a good sized paddock. Surrounding the stable yard are buildings including:-

STABLE BLOCK ONE

With seven loose box stables 12’0” X 12’0” (3.66m x 3.66m) with lighting, water bowl and an overhanging canopy protecting the doors. 

WASHROOM AND SOLARIUM 14’10” X 12’0” (4.52m x 3.66m)

With power, lighting and an electric shower.

FEED ROOM 9’10” X 12’0” (3.00m x 3.66m)

With seven galvanised feed bins, power and lighting.

TACK ROOM 17’6” X 12’0” (5.33m x 3.66m)

Having a sink with a cold water supply, wall-mounted brackets for saddles, bridles, etc.

BLANKET ROOM 12’0” X 12’0” (3.66m x 3.66m)

With hanging racks and storage shelving.  This could be converted to a further stable if required.

STABLE BLOCK TWO

A closed building 50’3” X 16’0” (15.32m x 4.88m) divided into three stables and a feed storage area. With power and lighting.

STABLE BLOCK THREE

An L-shaped block with five 12’0” x 12’0” (3.66m x 3.66m) stables and a corner stable 16’0” x 11’0” (4.88m x 3.35m) all having lighting, a water bowl and overhanging canopy protecting the doors..

Adjacent to the property is an area of land, approximately 14 acres, currently split into ten paddocks providing summer and winter grazing.

SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION

All mains services are connected to the property.

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

DIRECTIONS

Leaving the A61 at Clay Cross traffic lights along Thanet Street which becomes Pilsley Road, after approximately 1.6 miles at the T junction turn left along Parkhouse Road, take the third right into Seanor Lane where the property can be found on the left handside.


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