A holding of three character stone built dwellings, each detached and situated to a private drive overlooking Two Dales with far reaching spectacular views across the Derwent Valley. Options to purchase additional grazing land and stables.
The properties were renovated and converted within the last 20 years, to a pleasing quality and country style, all complemented by surrounding gardens and grounds. The holding is offered with an option to purchase adjacent grazing land and quality wooden stabling, extending to around 7 acres in total. As a whole, the collection of property provides an excellent opportunity as a letting enterprise, for family generations living together or a combination for those seeking to capitalise on letting opportunities, whether shorthold or holiday lets.
The location of the properties is ideal for those appreciative of outdoor activities, whether for family life or tourism and leisure breaks. Nearby is the beautiful Chatsworth Estate and Haddon Hall amongst the wider recreational delights of the surrounding Derbyshire Dales and Peak District. The properties are situated around 1 mile from a wide range of shops, facilities and well respected primary schooling in Two Dales and Darley Dale. Good road communications lead to the neighbouring market towns of Matlock (3 miles) and Bakewell (6 miles), both and Chesterfield (9 miles), Matlock and Chesterfield with pay train stations to the national rail network. Good road communications also provide commuter links to Derby Nottingham and Sheffield, with J28 and J29 of the M1 each within around 30 minutes drive.
An independent dwelling (without occupancy restriction) providing spacious family accommodation situated to the front of the holding and commanding truly stunning views to the south across the rolling hills of the Derwent Valley. Stone built beneath a principally stone tiled roof, the building is sympathetically upgraded and well maintained. There are three reception rooms and a farmhouse style kitchen plus three double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a box/store room. Typical features include ledged and braced internal doors, stone feature fireplace and beamed ceiling to the sitting room.
Outside there is an adjacent garden and ample vehicle parking and space for erection of a garage subject to any necessary consents. The farmhouse is offered with vacant possession.
Accommodation: Reception Hallway with slate floor and feature stone fireplace, Cloakroom, Utility Room, well fitted Breakfast Kitchen with slate floor, great views, good light and open aspect to the Dining Room with French Doors to a flagged patio. Sitting Room with beamed ceiling, stone fireplace with stove, Family Room/Study, 3 Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, En-Suite, Box Room.
COUNCIL TAX – Band A.
A character stone barn providing a generously proportioned and imaginatively designed home which enjoys the same rural setting. Standing to a private drive shared with the two neighbouring dwellings, the property lies adjacent to fields at the rear of the properties with options for bedroom and living accommodation on each floor. The versatility of the accommodation is excellent for a spacious home and for those with extended families or catering for visiting guests. The sizeable first floor sitting room takes advantage of the stunning views across the rolling valley hills. There is ample vehicle parking, together with the benefit of an integral garage and similarly sized utility/hobby room, plus gardens.
Accommodation – Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, well fitted Kitchen with beamed ceiling and separate external access from the side driveway, Sitting/Dining Room with beamed ceiling, direct access to the courtyard garden, Bedroom 3, Shower Room, Utility Store. First Floor: Spacious Living Room with stunning views, triple aspect and access to stone external steps, Study/Landing, Bedroom 1, dual access Bath and Shower Room, Bedroom 2 with Juliet balcony and views
COUNCIL TAX – Band F.
A two/three bedroom characterful cottage, with parking area patio and garden, enjoying similar far reaching views beyond the adjoining grazing land. The ownership of the cottage is allied to that of Hazel Farm under current planning consent and is currently let as an independent dwelling under an ASTA.
Accommodation: Hallway, Sitting and Dining Room with patio doors, Kitchen, Utility, Bathroom, Bedroom 1 (Ground Floor), Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3/Study.
COUNCIL TAX – Band A.
OUTSIDE – Set back to a private drive well back from the roadside, each property stands detached, all within an attractive and maintained yard setting. Each has immediate patio and garden space plus ample parking and space for garaging if required.
OPTIONAL LAND and STABLING – There is an option to purchase adjacent land for those requiring good grazing. Up to circa 7 acres, the land is separated into a number of fenced and walled fields to create an altogether, balanced ring-fenced smallholding which include a range of quality timber stables provide 3 loose boxes, 2 stores, tack room and a large shed.
TENURE – Freehold.
SERVICES – All main services are available to each property which benefit from gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazing. No test has been made on services or their distribution.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS – Only the fixtures and fittings mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. Certain other items may be taken at valuation if required. No specific test has been made on any appliance either included or available by negotiation.
DIRECTIONS – From Matlock Crown Square take the A6 north to Darley Dale, before turning right opposite the Co-op into Chesterfield Road, follow the road through Two Dales then rise up Sydnope Hill leaving the village. Towards the top of the hill, to the left hand side, is Hazel Farm; Hazel Barn and Hazel Cottage.
VIEWING – Strictly by prior arrangement with the Matlock office 01629 580228.
The location of the properties is ideal for those appreciative of outdoor activities, whether for family life or tourism and leisure breaks. Nearby is the beautiful Chatsworth Estate and Haddon Hall amongst the wider recreational delights of the surrounding Derbyshire Dales and Peak District. The properties are situated around 1 mile from a wide range of shops, facilities and well respected primary schooling in Two Dales and Darley Dale.