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£800,000

Hallgate Lane, Pilsley, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S45 8HW
5 Bedroomed    House

Key features:

  • Stone Built Former Farmhouse dating back to 1700's
  • Range of Stone Barns Ideal for Conversion Subject to PP
  • Standing in 1.7 Acres
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room with Study Off
  • Large Farmhouse Dining Kitchen with Utility Off
  • Former Office/Games Room
  • Garaging and Swimming Pool for renovation

Situated in an idyllic, secluded and tranquil location, on the outskirts of the village of Pilsley. This substantial stone built former farmhouse, parts of which of believed to date back to the 1700’s, offers superb family accommodation together with a range of stone outbuildings ideal for renovation. (with planning consent (now lapsed) for conversion to a separate dwelling). Along with a good-sized portal frame agricultural building, garaging, former leisure suite including a swimming pool requiring renovation. The delightfully appointed and well-presented house offers five bedrooms, family shower room, sitting room, dining with study area off, large farmhouse dining kitchen with utility room off and former office ideal as a games room etc. Pilsley village is ideally situated for the excellent amenities at nearby Clay Cross (2.5 miles) there are two primary schools in the village 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 half glazed panelled entrance door which opens to:

 

RECEPTION HALLWAY 12’4 x 7’2 (3.76m x 2.18m)

A spacious L shaped hallway, having a staircase rising to the first-floor accommodation with a tall window, set within a stone surround, on the turn of the stairs. The hallway has a fitted dado rail, wall lamp points, a central heating radiator, telephone point and door openings leading to:

 

SITTING ROOM 16’3 x 14’7 (4.95m x 4.44m)

With a front aspect window, with a stone windowsill, overlooking the gardens. The room has an elegant feature fireplace with a dressed stone surround and raised hearth housing a log effect LPG stove. There is a fitted dado rail, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, television aerial point with satellite facility and wall lamp points.

 

DINING ROOM 15’3 x 14’6 (4.65m x 4.42m)

Again, with a front aspect window with a marble windowsill. The room has an exposed beam to the ceiling, feature fire opening with stone surround and heavy stone lintel creating a display niche. To the side of which is a further display niche with a rustic surround and mirrored back.

 

A broad opening leading to:

 

STUDY 9’11 x 7’9 (3.02m x 2.36m)

Having a double-glazed window overlooking the terrace to the rear of the property. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and telephone point. From the dining room a ledged and braced batten stable door with ring latches opens to:

 

FORMER OFFICE/GAMES ROOM 30’8 x 15’9 (9.38m x 4.8m)

With windows to three aspects and a half glazed panelled entrance door opening onto the front of the property. This room would make an ideal sun lounge, games room, hobby suite etc. There is power, lighting and an air conditioning unit.

 

From the reception hallway a door opening leads to:

 

 

MUSIC ROOM 7’9 x 6’7 (2.36m x 2m)

Having a fitted dado rail, coat hanging space and a panelled door opening to Storeroom 8’ x 6’11 with a fitted stone thrawl.

 

From the hallway a panelled door leads to:

 

INNER LOBBY 7’7 x 3’10 (2.31m x 0.94m)

Having a rear aspect double glazed window overlooking the terrace, terracotta tiles to the floor and a door leading to:

 

GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 6’2 x 4’8 (1.88m x 1.46m)

Having terracotta tiles to the floor following through from the lobby. Suite with a dual flush close coupled W/C and wash hand basin set within a Victorian style washstand with a storage cupboard beneath.

 

From the lobby a broad opening lead to:

 

DINING KITCHEN 18’2 x 16’2 (5.53m x 4.93m)

A delightfully spacious farmhouse style dining kitchen, with dual aspect double glazed windows overlooking the gardens. The room has terracotta style tiles to the floor, exposed beams to the ceiling with a heavy central beam and a good range of kitchen units in a hand painted finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a granite effect worksurface with a tiled splash back. There are wall mounted storage cupboards with under cabinet lighting. Set within the work surface is a one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap and a four-ring ceramic hob beneath which is a fan assisted double oven and grill. Beneath the work surface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine. The room has a central heating radiator with radiator cover and ample space for a dining table.

 

A door opening leads to:

 

PANTRY 8’6 x 6’3 (2.59m x 1.9m)

Having fitted shelving and terracotta tiles to the floor. There is space for an American style side by side fridge freezer and coat hanging space.

 

From the kitchen a panelled door opens to:

 

UTILITY ROOM 17’1 x 13’ (5.2m x 3.96m)

Having a stable style entrance door opening onto the rear of the property. quarry tiles to the floor, a range of built in storage cupboards and a work surface beneath which there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine. There is a butler’s style Belfast sink and coat hanging space.

 

A panelled door opens to:

 

STOREROOM 21’4 x 8’9 (6.5m x 2.67m)

With a side aspect double glazed picture window, quarry tiles to the floor, a panelled entrance door opening onto the front of the property and fitted shelving.

 

From the reception hallway a quarter turn staircase, with a useful under stairs storage cupboard, rises to:

 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 12’3 x 10’6 maximum measurements (3.73m x 3.2m)

Illuminated by a tall window on the turn of the stairs, the landing has a central heating radiator, wall lamp points and coving to the ceiling. Broad original panelled doors opening to:

 

BEDROOM ONE 15’10 x 14’5 measured into the wardrobes (4.82m x 4.39m)

Having a front aspect window overlooking the gardens and views over the surrounding open fields. The room has a good range of built in wardrobes providing hanging space and storage shelving. There are over bed reading lights.

 

BEDROOM TWO 15’9 x 14’6 (4.8m x 4.42m)

Again, with a front aspect window enjoying views over the surrounding open countryside, the room has connection for a central heating radiator.

 

FAMILY BATHROOM 10’3 x 6’10 (3.12m x 2.08m)

A fully tiled room with ceramic tiled floor. Having a side aspect window overlooking the gardens. Suite with a panelled bath having Mira electric shower over and glass shower screen, semi countertop wash hand basin with storage cupboards beneath, illuminated mirror with shaver point, bathroom cabinet and open display shelves over, there is a dual flush close coupled W/C and matching bidet. The room has a ladder style chrome finish towel radiator.

 

BEDROOM THREE 16’1 x 7’ (4.9m x 2.13m)

With a side aspect window with views over the garden and fields beyond. The room has a central heating radiator and an access hatch opening to the loft space.

 

BEDROOM FOUR 10’8 x 7’ (3.25m x 2.13m)

Having an arched topped sliding sash window with views over the garden and fields beyond.

 

From the landing an opening leads to INNER LANDING 6’4 x 6’10 (1.93m x 2.08m) with a door opening to:

 

SHOWER ROOM 11’ x 6’2 (3.35m x 1.88m)

A partially tiled room with a side aspect double glazed window overlooking the garden. Suite with a shower cubicle with Triton Cara electric shower, vanity style wash hand basin and dual flush close coupled W/C.

 

From the inner landing a panelled door opens to:

 

SNOOKER ROOM/BEDROOM FIVE 18’1 x 16’2 (5.48m x 4.93m)

With dual aspect double glazed windows taking advantage of the pleasant views afforded by the property, the room has central heating radiators, fitted display shelving and a ¾ sized snooker table with a light over. The snooker table is included in the sale.

 

OUTSIDE

The property is approached via a gated driveway which provides ample off-road parking for several vehicles. To either side of the driveway are large areas of lawn interspersed with fine mature ornamental trees and borders stocked with flowering plants. To the end of the driveway is an area of garden with a large gravelled seating area and raised borders well stocked with a good variety of flowering plants and ornamental shrubs, raised vegetable planters. A flagged pathway gives access to the rear entrance door. To the rear and side of the property is a raised flagged terrace beyond which is a further large area of garden laid to lawn and intersperse with mature ornamental shrubs. The gardens are surrounded by fine mature trees. From the entrance drive a second driveway sweeps round through the gardens past the stone barn to the front of the property where there is a further parking area and gardens with lawns and borders stocked with ornamental shrubs and trees.

 

Access form the driveway is a:

 

GARAGE 52’11 x 17’10 (15.88m x 5.43m)

With a double width up and over vehicle access door, power and lighting. To the side of the garage is a Storeroom 25’7 x 9’7 (7.83 x 2.92m) housing the boiler and plant to the disused swimming pool.

 

From the front of the property steps rise to raised terrace garden with lawns and borders stocked with flowering plants and roses. From the terrace access is gained to an enclosed secluded terrace over the garage. To the end of which is a:

 

FORMER LESIURE SUITE 28’7 x 27’8 (8.74m x 8.47m)

A spacious room in need of renovation with changing rooms, showers and toilet off. A door opens to:

 

POOL ROOM 54’5 x 33’3 (16.61m x 10.14m)

Again, in need of renovation having a large swimming pool. Constructed in 1981. The pool requires renovation.

 

Access from the garden is a large portal frame Agricultural Building 46’ x 43’3 (14.02m x 13.19m) having a half Yorkshire bordered front and a pair of tall vehicle access doors.

 

Within the grounds there is range of stone built former farm buildings ideal for renovation and conversion to a separate dwelling, having had planning consent which has now lapsed, consisting of:

 

BARN 27’2 x 14’2 (8.29m x 4.32m)

Over which is a hay loft of a similar size accessed via an external stone staircase. Two Story Height Open Barn 21’4 x 18’5 (6.5m x 5.61m) with window and door openings. Open sided barn 29’6 x 18’3 (9.02, x 5.56m)

 

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 are provided by an oil-fired boiler situated in a boiler house to the side of the property.

 

 

 

 

 

COUNCIL TAX BAND (Correct at time of publication)      

 

DIRECTIONS:

Leaving the A61 Between Clay Cross and Higham along the B6014 sign posted Tibshelf and Morton after approximately 1.6 miles turn left by the Corner Pin public house into Pilsley Road. Follow the road into Pilsley turning left opposite the school into Church Street, take the third left turn into Hallgate Lane, follow the road as far as you can go, the road becomes a track which leads to Bushypark Farm

 

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.Situated in an idyllic, secluded and tranquil location, on the outskirts of the village of Pilsley. This substantial stone built former farmhouse, parts of which of believed to date back to the 1700’s, offers superb family accommodation together with a range of stone outbuildings ideal for renovation. (with planning consent (now lapsed) for conversion to a separate dwelling). Along with a good-sized portal frame agricultural building, garaging, former leisure suite including a swimming pool requiring renovation. The delightfully appointed and well-presented house offers five bedrooms, family shower room, sitting room, dining with study area off, large farmhouse dining kitchen with utility room off and former office ideal as a games room etc. Pilsley village is ideally situated for the excellent amenities at nearby Clay Cross (2.5 miles) there are two primary schools in the village 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 half glazed panelled entrance door which opens to:

 

RECEPTION HALLWAY 12’4 x 7’2 (3.76m x 2.18m)

A spacious L shaped hallway, having a staircase rising to the first-floor accommodation with a tall window, set within a stone surround, on the turn of the stairs. The hallway has a fitted dado rail, wall lamp points, a central heating radiator, telephone point and door openings leading to:

 

SITTING ROOM 16’3 x 14’7 (4.95m x 4.44m)

With a front aspect window, with a stone windowsill, overlooking the gardens. The room has an elegant feature fireplace with a dressed stone surround and raised hearth housing a log effect LPG stove. There is a fitted dado rail, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, television aerial point with satellite facility and wall lamp points.

 

DINING ROOM 15’3 x 14’6 (4.65m x 4.42m)

Again, with a front aspect window with a marble windowsill. The room has an exposed beam to the ceiling, feature fire opening with stone surround and heavy stone lintel creating a display niche. To the side of which is a further display niche with a rustic surround and mirrored back.

 

A broad opening leading to:

 

STUDY 9’11 x 7’9 (3.02m x 2.36m)

Having a double-glazed window overlooking the terrace to the rear of the property. The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and telephone point. From the dining room a ledged and braced batten stable door with ring latches opens to:

 

FORMER OFFICE/GAMES ROOM 30’8 x 15’9 (9.38m x 4.8m)

With windows to three aspects and a half glazed panelled entrance door opening onto the front of the property. This room would make an ideal sun lounge, games room, hobby suite etc. There is power, lighting and an air conditioning unit.

 

From the reception hallway a door opening leads to:

 

 

MUSIC ROOM 7’9 x 6’7 (2.36m x 2m)

Having a fitted dado rail, coat hanging space and a panelled door opening to Storeroom 8’ x 6’11 with a fitted stone thrawl.

 

From the hallway a panelled door leads to:

 

INNER LOBBY 7’7 x 3’10 (2.31m x 0.94m)

Having a rear aspect double glazed window overlooking the terrace, terracotta tiles to the floor and a door leading to:

 

GROUND FLOOR LAVATORY 6’2 x 4’8 (1.88m x 1.46m)

Having terracotta tiles to the floor following through from the lobby. Suite with a dual flush close coupled W/C and wash hand basin set within a Victorian style washstand with a storage cupboard beneath.

 

From the lobby a broad opening lead to:

 

DINING KITCHEN 18’2 x 16’2 (5.53m x 4.93m)

A delightfully spacious farmhouse style dining kitchen, with dual aspect double glazed windows overlooking the gardens. The room has terracotta style tiles to the floor, exposed beams to the ceiling with a heavy central beam and a good range of kitchen units in a hand painted finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a granite effect worksurface with a tiled splash back. There are wall mounted storage cupboards with under cabinet lighting. Set within the work surface is a one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap and a four-ring ceramic hob beneath which is a fan assisted double oven and grill. Beneath the work surface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine. The room has a central heating radiator with radiator cover and ample space for a dining table.

 

A door opening leads to:

 

PANTRY 8’6 x 6’3 (2.59m x 1.9m)

Having fitted shelving and terracotta tiles to the floor. There is space for an American style side by side fridge freezer and coat hanging space.

 

From the kitchen a panelled door opens to:

 

UTILITY ROOM 17’1 x 13’ (5.2m x 3.96m)

Having a stable style entrance door opening onto the rear of the property. quarry tiles to the floor, a range of built in storage cupboards and a work surface beneath which there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine. There is a butler’s style Belfast sink and coat hanging space.

 

A panelled door opens to:

 

STOREROOM 21’4 x 8’9 (6.5m x 2.67m)

With a side aspect double glazed picture window, quarry tiles to the floor, a panelled entrance door opening onto the front of the property and fitted shelving.

 

From the reception hallway a quarter turn staircase, with a useful under stairs storage cupboard, rises to:

 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 12’3 x 10’6 maximum measurements (3.73m x 3.2m)

Illuminated by a tall window on the turn of the stairs, the landing has a central heating radiator, wall lamp points and coving to the ceiling. Broad original panelled doors opening to:

 

BEDROOM ONE 15’10 x 14’5 measured into the wardrobes (4.82m x 4.39m)

Having a front aspect window overlooking the gardens and views over the surrounding open fields. The room has a good range of built in wardrobes providing hanging space and storage shelving. There are over bed reading lights.

 

BEDROOM TWO 15’9 x 14’6 (4.8m x 4.42m)

Again, with a front aspect window enjoying views over the surrounding open countryside, the room has connection for a central heating radiator.

 

FAMILY BATHROOM 10’3 x 6’10 (3.12m x 2.08m)

A fully tiled room with ceramic tiled floor. Having a side aspect window overlooking the gardens. Suite with a panelled bath having Mira electric shower over and glass shower screen, semi countertop wash hand basin with storage cupboards beneath, illuminated mirror with shaver point, bathroom cabinet and open display shelves over, there is a dual flush close coupled W/C and matching bidet. The room has a ladder style chrome finish towel radiator.

 

BEDROOM THREE 16’1 x 7’ (4.9m x 2.13m)

With a side aspect window with views over the garden and fields beyond. The room has a central heating radiator and an access hatch opening to the loft space.

 

BEDROOM FOUR 10’8 x 7’ (3.25m x 2.13m)

Having an arched topped sliding sash window with views over the garden and fields beyond.

 

From the landing an opening leads to INNER LANDING 6’4 x 6’10 (1.93m x 2.08m) with a door opening to:

 

SHOWER ROOM 11’ x 6’2 (3.35m x 1.88m)

A partially tiled room with a side aspect double glazed window overlooking the garden. Suite with a shower cubicle with Triton Cara electric shower, vanity style wash hand basin and dual flush close coupled W/C.

 

From the inner landing a panelled door opens to:

 

SNOOKER ROOM/BEDROOM FIVE 18’1 x 16’2 (5.48m x 4.93m)

With dual aspect double glazed windows taking advantage of the pleasant views afforded by the property, the room has central heating radiators, fitted display shelving and a ¾ sized snooker table with a light over. The snooker table is included in the sale.

 

OUTSIDE

The property is approached via a gated driveway which provides ample off-road parking for several vehicles. To either side of the driveway are large areas of lawn interspersed with fine mature ornamental trees and borders stocked with flowering plants. To the end of the driveway is an area of garden with a large gravelled seating area and raised borders well stocked with a good variety of flowering plants and ornamental shrubs, raised vegetable planters. A flagged pathway gives access to the rear entrance door. To the rear and side of the property is a raised flagged terrace beyond which is a further large area of garden laid to lawn and intersperse with mature ornamental shrubs. The gardens are surrounded by fine mature trees. From the entrance drive a second driveway sweeps round through the gardens past the stone barn to the front of the property where there is a further parking area and gardens with lawns and borders stocked with ornamental shrubs and trees.

 

Access form the driveway is a:

 

GARAGE 52’11 x 17’10 (15.88m x 5.43m)

With a double width up and over vehicle access door, power and lighting. To the side of the garage is a Storeroom 25’7 x 9’7 (7.83 x 2.92m) housing the boiler and plant to the disused swimming pool.

 

From the front of the property steps rise to raised terrace garden with lawns and borders stocked with flowering plants and roses. From the terrace access is gained to an enclosed secluded terrace over the garage. To the end of which is a:



FORMER LESIURE SUITE 28’7 x 27’8 (8.74m x 8.47m)

A spacious room in need of renovation with changing rooms, showers and toilet off. A door opens to:

 

POOL ROOM 54’5 x 33’3 (16.61m x 10.14m)

Again, in need of renovation having a large swimming pool. Constructed in 1981. The pool requires renovation.

 

Access from the garden is a large portal frame Agricultural Building 46’ x 43’3 (14.02m x 13.19m) having a half Yorkshire bordered front and a pair of tall vehicle access doors.

 

Within the grounds there is range of stone built former farm buildings ideal for renovation and conversion to a separate dwelling, having had planning consent which has now lapsed, consisting ofâ€Ã‚¦

 

BARN 27’2 x 14’2 (8.29m x 4.32m)

Over which is a hay loft of a similar size accessed via an external stone staircase. Two Story Height Open Barn 21’4 x 18’5 (6.5m x 5.61m) with window and door openings. Open sided barn 29’6 x 18’3 (9.02, x 5.56m)

 

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 are provided by an oil-fired boiler situated in a boiler house to the side of the property.

 


COUNCIL TAX BAND (Correct at time of publication)      

 

DIRECTIONS:

Leaving the A61 Between Clay Cross and Higham along the B6014 sign posted Tibshelf and Morton after approximately 1.6 miles turn left by the Corner Pin public house into Pilsley Road. Follow the road into Pilsley turning left opposite the school into Church Street, take the third left turn into Hallgate Lane, follow the road as far as you can go, the road becomes a track which leads to Bushypark Farm

 

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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