An excellent smallholding situated in a semi-rural location, situated on the outskirts of the market town of Belper, comprising a spacious four bedroom farmhouse, a two bedroom attached annex, together with a range of outbuildings, gardens and grassland all set within approx. 8 acres, excellent for those with equestrian or agricultural interests.
Bath House Farm is situated on the edge of the popular market town of Belper, in a semi-rural setting with views overlooking the surrounding open countryside. Belper offers a wide range of facilities including supermarkets, schools and high street shops. There is a good road network within easy reach onto the A609 which leads to the A6 and A38 dual carriageway, with the cities of Derby being 9 miles away and Nottingham being 16.5 miles. There are many nearby local walks, bridleways, trails and beauty spots in the surrounding area and across the Peak District National Park, excellent for those who enjoy the outdoors.
From Morrison’s roundabout in Belper, head north east along the A609, past the market place and continue up the hill and onto the one way system. Follow the road until the
next roundabout and turn right onto Short Street. At the next roundabout turn right back onto Nottingham Road. Continue onto the one way system and take the next left turn into the drive entrance of the property.
The sale of Bath House Farm offers an outstanding opportunity to acquire a country property in an accessible location. The property is ideal for equestrian buyers and smallholders alike, being set in 8 acres and including various useful outbuildings and stables. The four bedroom farmhouse has been modernised together with the two bedroom annex, offers spacious accommodation for a large family of multiple generations and enjoys views of the open countryside and beyond.
We understand the property dates back to the 1800’s and the property has been in the vendors family of over 50 years and 3 generations.
With an entrance door, stair rising to the first floor, doors into the Dining Kitchen and Sitting Room, original decorative tiled flooring and access to the cellar.
20' 8'' x 11' 2'' (6.31m x 3.41m)
A spacious room having dual aspect windows overlooking the front and rear with views over the garden, a stone hearth with a multi-fuel burner, two radiators, television point with ample room for a dining table.
11' 3'' x 10' 8'' (3.43m x 3.25m)
With a window to the front, a radiator and an external door.
13' 6'' x 11' 0'' (4.12m x 3.36m)
With a fitted kitchen comprising wall and floor units, a freestanding electric rangemaster situated within a recess, Belfast sink, plumbing for a dish washer, French doors opening out onto the front garden and decking area and a door leading into the utility room.
9' 5'' x 5' 6'' (2.88m x 1.68m)
With a window to the rear, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge freezer and tumble drier and a door into the Shower Room and an external entrance door.
7' 8'' x 5' 8'' (2.33m x 1.72m)
Leading from the Utility Room, with a WC, wash hand basin, tiled flooring and a large shower cubicle.
With an external entrance door, with then doors leading into the main house and a door into the annex.
13' 5'' x 11' 11'' (4.10m x 3.64m)
Access from the entrance hallway.
Stairs rising to the first floor:
13' 11'' x 11' 6'' (4.23m x 3.51m)
A large double bedroom with dual aspect windows to the front and side with views across the countryside and a radiator.
13' 11'' x 10' 11'' (4.25m x 3.33m)
A large double bedroom with dual aspect windows to the front and rear with far reaching views and a radiator.
13' 10'' x 8' 1'' (4.22m x 2.47m)
A double bedroom with a window to the front elevation with rural views and a radiator.
13' 10'' x 9' 3'' (4.22m x 2.81m)
A double bedroom with a window to the front with views over
the garden and a radiator.
8' 0'' x 5' 8'' (2.45m x 1.73m)
A fitted three piece suite comprising a free standing Victorian bath with shower over, low level WC, wash hand basin, radiator, tiled walls, extractor fan, window to the side and a skylight window.
Leading from the Boot Room, with accommodation comprising the following:
With a built in cupboard, leading into the Dining Kitchen
Annex Dining Kitchen
15' 10'' x 7' 0'' (4.83m x 2.13m)
With wooden wall and floor units, sink and drainer, a freestanding cooker, twin windows to rear, radiator and twin doors into the sitting room.
Annex Sitting Room
13' 7'' x 12' 6'' (4.14m x 3.80m)
With twin doors out to the front garden, a fireplace with a tiled surround, two radiators and a small hallway off leading to:
Annex Bedroom One
12' 7'' x 11' 9'' (3.83m x 3.59m)
A large double bedroom with window to the front and a radiator.
10' 2'' x 7' 1'' (3.09m x 2.17m)
A four piece suite with a corner bath, separate shower cubicle, low level WC and sink unit, storage cupboard, radiator and window to the rear.
Annex Bedroom Two
22' 3'' x 10' 3'' (6.77m x 3.12m)
With stairs rising from the first floor, to a large double bedroom with three skylights, radiator and eave storage.
Leading from the access drive, there is a yard area to the rear providing parking for multiple vehicles and access to the house and brick outbuilding.
Gardens and Orchard
There are formal lawns to the front the property with various borders and planting enclosures, together with a large decking area area excellent for outside dining. There is further lawned areas around the rear of the house and further grass areas and a large pond. There is various fruit trees around the property.
Positioned below the annex, with an entrance door, window, power and lighting.
Brick Built Range
A brick built outbuilding positioned to the rear of the house, comprising various stores. The building does have some potential for conversion into further accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents and briefly comprises the following:
Garage and Workshop
16' 10'' x 26' 9'' (5.14m x 8.15m)
With an vehicle entrance door and various pedestrian doors
16' 5'' x 15' 9'' (5.01m x 4.81m)
With twin wooden vehicle doors.
Loose Box / General Store
16' 6'' x 13' 9'' (5.04m x 4.18m)
With twin wooden vehicle doors
The land is down to permanent pasture with all being suitable for grazing of all livestock and some for mowing. The land is split into various paddocks with post and wire fencing. Vehicular access to the land is off the access driveway.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. The property benefits from oil fired and solid fuel central heating.
Tenure and Possession
The property will be sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Rights of way, wayleaves and easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all other rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in these particulars. The property has a right of way along the access drive for all purposes. We understand there is a public footpath which costs the property.
Amber Valley Borough Council.
Council Tax Band
Farmhouse - F, Annex - E
Method of Sale
The property will be offered for sale by Private Treaty.
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