Entrance hall, drawing room, sitting/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, study/office, further sitting room, cloakroom/wc, master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom, four further double bedrooms, two shower rooms (en suite), family bathroom.
Wine cellar, utility and laundry rooms, three double garages, car port, workshop, extensive off road parking, two greenhouses, swimming pool, pool house, garden pavilion, pond, extensive gardens extending to approx. six acres.
Distances (approximate): Grindleford (trains to Manchester and Sheffield)- 3 miles; Bakewell- 5 miles; Chesterfield (mainline train to London from 1hr 50 mins)- 10 miles; Sheffield- 13 miles; M1 (junction 29)- 15 miles; Buxton (opera house)- 16 miles; Manchester (international airport)- 32 miles.
An immaculate property that has been restored and renovated over the last few years and now offers excellent family accommodation over two floors with potential (subject to planning) to create two further large bedroom suites in the roof space. The house has underfloor heating to the ground floor and is wired for sound with Speakercraft sound system with Bowers and Wilkins speakers linked to Sonos and Rako lighting system throughout. The property is approached through a pair of electric gates with a sweeping driveway leading up to the front of the house and to the side two double garages.
Ground floor: the front door opens into a large, oak floored entrance hall with cloakroom off and staircase rising to the first floor. To the right is a good sized, dual aspect, drawing room with impressive sandstone fireplace with inset Stovax multi fuel burner, oak flooring and bi-fold doors to the garden. To the left is a lovely, triple aspect study/office. A door to the rear of the hall leads to a lobby with a back door out and also steps down to a good size wine cellar. Double doors from the hall lead into a large, open plan sitting/dining area with oak flooring, a wide bay window and bi-fold doors to the rear terrace, to one corner is a built-in bar. This leads is open into the large kitchen/breakfast room which has a underfloor heated tiled floor, an excellent range of wall and base units by Martin Moore, silestone work surfaces incorporate a large, twin Belfast sink unit with Quooker mixer tap and InSinkErator food waste disposal. There is a four oven Aga, a range of Miele appliances including induction hob, fan oven, full height fridge and freezer, coffe machine, wine cooler and Neff dishwasher. A large central island with silestone top has a further inset sink unit, fitted cupboards and a breakfast bar area. The breakfast area has a wide bay window and view over the driveway and front garden. There is a Stuv log-burning stove which opens to the dining area and a large open plan sitting room which has windows overlooking the rear garden and a built-in sound system thus making it an ideal cinema room. Off this room is a laundry room with plumbing for washer and dryer and a lobby with back door to the garden. To the side of the dining area is a useful utility room with good fitted cupboards, a side door to the house and a staircase to a first floor sitting room.
First floor: large landing giving access to all the bedrooms, fitted laundry cupboard. The master bedroom suite comprises a lovely bedroom with good fitted cupboards, overlooking the front garden, a large dressing room with further fitted cupboards and a huge bathroom suite comprising bath, large twin shower, w.c., twin hand basins and built-in sauna, a door from the bedroom leads into a sitting room with staircase down to the utility room, this could easily be used as a sixth bedroom. Dual aspect guest bedroom with large walk-in closet and fully fitted en suite shower room. Further guest bedroom with en suite shower room, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath, shower unit, hand basin and w.c..
Outside: to the front and side of the house there is excellent space for parking a good number of vehicles. Garaging for four cars with a further car port beyond and a large workshop with built in storage units and a sink unit. Further double garage/workshop. There are two greenhouses one of which also houses the pool filtration system. Lovely secluded outdoor swimming pool with covered gazebo sitting area and pool house/changing room with shower and hand basin and built-in kitchen unit with wine fridge and sink unit. There is a further large stone barn currently used for housing garden machinery but which, subject to planning (which has been applied for) could be converted to create a holiday cottage/dependant relatives accommodation, this has its own separate driveway opening onto Over Lane.
The gardens: the house sits well towards the middle of the plot with the driveway passing an area of woodland, to the front of the house there is a large lawn flanked by hedging. To the side is a garden pavilion overlooking a large area of lawn which could potentially be a tennis court (subject to planning), to the top of this is a large garden pond and beyond a further large area of lawn/grassland leading to the stone barn. To the rear of the house is a stone terrace leading onto a further lawn which is flanked by a large, semi-circular, well stocked border with high wall and beech hedging following the line. A gate leads out and round to a knot garden with a raised deck. There are two areas of garden set aside for the growing of vegetables.
The house is ideally situated on the edge of the village of Baslow which has good local amenities including two local shops, various public houses, restaurants, two renowned hotels, Fischers and The Cavendish. There is a local cricket pitch/sports centre, village hall, local playground and village school. It is within a short drive of Lady Manners secondary School and S Anselms Preparatory school and academy. A short walk from the centre of the village takes you into Chatsworth Park. The larger conurbations of Sheffield and Chesterfield are within an easy drive with their more extensive shopping, transport and recreational facilities. Being in the heart of the Peak District National Park means that there are many, nearby outdoor pursuits including wonderful walks straight from the house, climbing at nearby Froggatt and Curbar edges, fishing, riding, mountain and road biking to name but a few. There are also many places of cultural interest including the wonderful Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Hardwick Hall and many others.
FOR SALE- FREEHOLD
Guide price: £3,250,000 subject to contract
Mains water and electricity are all connected. Drainage is into the mains. Gas fired central heating.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Fitted carpets, standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.
Any fixtures and fittings not mentioned in this brochure may be available by separate negotiation.
COUNCIL TAX: Band H
POSTCODE: DE45 1RT
From Bakewell take the A619 in the direction of Baslow, on arrival in the village, at the roundabout bear left and then right at the mini roundabout. Take the first left turn into Over Lane and follow the road, as you leave the village the driveway to Over Lane House will be found on the right hand side.
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All viewing is to be strictly by appointment with Edward Caudwell, Caudwell & Co on 01629 810018 or 07766 565893
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