Offering the buyer a truly unique opportunity to purchase is this period farmhouse believed to date from the1600’S and sat in around 18 acres of land with barns and outbuildings ideal for conversion and enjoying stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The house and land is within the Peak District National Park one of the best loved National Parks in the UK and drawing over 13 million visitors per year. The farmhouse will appeal to buyers looking for a country retreat, family home or those looking to develop the barns and out buildings further. The main farmhouse we believe was built circa 1681 and features many of its original features including open fires, exposed beams; stone flagged floors and exquisite wood panelling. There are three double bedrooms along with reception rooms, kitchen and walk in pantry. The farmhouse has been part renovated in recent times with updates to bedrooms and the bathroom but the house now requires finishing off; the barn attached is ripe to be extended into and all of this offers the new owner a great opportunity to stamp their own mark on it and create the house they want. The largest of the stone barns sits adjacent to the house, enjoys similar views and features a date stone of 1601. There are two modern style chalet style buildings, one of which has been refurbished into a music room, additional substantial ‘L’ shaped stone barns ready for conversion, a large agricultural shed, garage’s and outbuildings. Due to the number of outbuildings and the layout of them and the land this may offer development conversion opportunity for holiday lets or creating individual homes (all subject to the relevant planning and approvals). This is one of those ‘once in a lifetime’ moments and we strongly advise a viewing at your earliest opportunity.
Blundells Property Auctions
2 Cotton Street
t. 0114 254 1185
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 0114 254 1185
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