A substantial four bedroom detached house together with a four car garage, detached office, equestrian facilities including seven large stables and grassland, all extending to approximately 6.59 acres.
Beaumont House is situated in a semi rural location on Hilcote Lane. The property is situated in between the villages of Hilcote and Blackwell. The surrounding villages provide a basic range of facilities including public houses, post office and a primary school, with a more comprehensive range in the nearby market towns of Alfreton and Chesterfield including supermarkets, high street shops, restaurants and secondary schools. There are many nearby local walks and bridleways for those who enjoy the outdoors, in particular the Five Pits Trail. The property has a rural setting, however benefits from excellent access onto main roads leading to the M1 motorway at junction 28 providing quick access to the cities of Sheffield (26.5 miles), Derby (18.5 miles) and Nottingham (15.5 miles) and Market Towns of Chesterfield (10.5 miles) and Alfreton (3.5 miles).
From Alfreton on the A38 take the A61 northwards towards Chesterfield, turning right at the bottom of the dual carriageway. Continue through Westhouses, and then turn right in Blackwell onto Hilcote Lane. Continue on this lane bearing right at the Church Hill junction and the property will be found on your left indicated by our for sale board. From Mansfield direction/M1 junction 28, turn off the A38 signposted for Hilcote, travel through the industrial estate and turn left in Hilcote village onto Hilcote Lane. The property is then on the right.
We understand the vendors have occupied the property for approximate 15 years. The house originally formed two cottages which have now been combined, extended and modernised by the present owners over their ownership.
Beaumont House offers a wonderful opportunity to purchase a spacious detached property with an impressive lounge/ entertainment room overlooking the garden, four double bedrooms two with en-suite bathrooms and a detached office excellent for home working. In addition to the dwelling there is a four car garage and two concrete block stable buildings comprising seven stables together with land, all extending to approximately 6.59 acres situated in a rural setting, excellent for those with equestrian and agricultural interests.
The accommodation comprises
With an entrance door leading from the driveway, with tiled flooring, radiator, beams to the ceiling with doors opening to.
6' 5'' x 3' 10'' (1.95m x 1.16m)
Comprising a white suite with WC and pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail, a window to the side and tiled flooring.
6' 5'' x 7' 9'' (1.95m x 2.36m)
With an external entrance door, with wall and floor fitted units with a larder, 1½ bowl stainless steel drainer sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine, tiled flooring, window to the rear and beams to the ceiling.
15' 3'' x 12' 1'' (4.64m x 3.68m)
Leading off the entrance hallway, with three windows and a dual aspect to the front and side, an electric stove with a living frame within a painted fire surround and a raised brick heath, tiled flooring, two radiators and beamed ceiling.
Farmhouse Dining Kitchen
13' 6'' x 18' 8'' (4.11m x 5.69m)
With a high quality country cream kitchen with wall and floor units. The kitchen has an oil fired Rayburn cooking range which is situated within a tiled recess and operates the hot water and central heating. There is a Belfast sink, granite worktops, beamed ceiling, integrated dishwasher, an American fridge freezer and ceramic tiled floor. A staircase leads to the first floor landing, with understairs storage cupboard, controls for the electric entrance gates, French doors leading out onto the rear dining patio, and a door into the Lounge.
23' 7'' x 15' 1'' (7.18m x 4.59m)
A large family room with multi-fuel stove set in stone surround and exposed stone work with parquet wooden flooring. There are twin French doors leading out to the front garden and a second set to the rear patio dining area, twin windows to the front together with four radiators. The room has multiple areas for sitting and dining as required and stairs rising to the First Floor.
First Floor Landing
With stairs rising from the Dining Kitchen
Master bedroom One
12' 2'' x 19' 7'' (3.71m x 5.96m)
A large master suite with dual aspect windows, two radiators, TV point and doors into walk in dressing area and En-suite Bathroom.
9' 7'' x 4' 7'' (2.92m x 1.40m)
With a range of open fronted wardrobes, radiator and a window to the front.
12' 2'' x 5' 10'' (3.71m x 1.78m)
With a large Jacuzzi bath, walk in shower cubicle, WC, vanity wash hand basin, heated towel radiator, extractor fan, tiled flooring, part tiled walls and a window to the rear
8' 7'' x 12' 6'' (2.61m x 3.81m)
A double bedroom with a window to the front over looking the garden, a radiator, TV point and a door leading into:
En-suite Shower Room
5' 6'' x 5' 8'' (1.68m x 1.73m)
With a three piece suite comprising close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, corner shower cubicle, heated towel radiator, extractor fan and a window to the rear with views over surrounding farmland.
Second First Floor Landing
A second staircase rising to the first floor leading from the Lounge.
9' 1'' x 11' 6'' (2.77m x 3.50m)
A double bedroom with a window to the front, a radiator, TV point, built in wardrobes and a built in cylinder cupboard.
11' 3'' x 12' 2'' (3.43m x 3.71m)
A double bedroom with a built-in wardrobe, radiator, TV point and a window to the front with views over the garden.
9' 11'' x 6' 0'' (3.02m x 1.83m)
With a four piece suite comprising a shower cubicle, panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC, two heated towel rails, extractor fan and a window to the rear.
Rear Paved Patio Area
An outside dining area with decking and ballustrading immediately off the Dining Kitchen together with outside heated lighting and views towards Old Blackwell Church and the surrounding farmland. The patio leads around to the hot tub area.
Steam Room/Shower Room
14' 8'' x 7' 3'' (4.47m x 2.21m)
Externally accessed via French doors leading off the rear patio dining area, firstly into the shower room with a large shower cubicle with Unihome power shower, heated towel radiator, tiled flooring and then to a door leading into the steam room with tiled walls and fitted benches suitable for eight people.
Outside Covered Hot Tub Area
To the side of the Steam Room, an enclosed area to the rear of the property with a covered area housing a hot tub suitable for 6 people with built-in sky television and speaker system, an excellent entertaining area.
Detached Office / Games Room
17' 0'' x 8' 9'' (5.18m x 2.66m)
Positioned to the side of the property, with an entrance door, a further set of French doors to the front garden, wooden flooring with electric underfloor heating, wooden units with a sink, separate additional telephone line and spotlighting.
To the front of the property is a large formal lawn with planted borders, mature trees, together with a patio area, a brick built boundary wall with railings over fronting onto Hilcote Lane and external lighting.
Outside / Driveway
With electric wrought iron security gates with an intercom system, leading onto a block paved driveway with parking for several vehicles fronting onto the four car garage. There is a post and rail fence with access gate leading onto the stable yard.
Four Car Garage
38' 9'' x 17' 6'' (11.80m x 5.33m)
With twin double electrically operated doors, independent central heating with oil fired boiler and six radiators, lighting, sink and base unit, dog shower, external lighting and security cameras. This may be suitable for conversion to additional dependent relative living accommodation, subject to the appropriate permissions.
Accessed via a separate vehicular entrance off Hilcote Lane and internally from the Driveway, with a brick built boundary wall, leading to a large yard area with ample parking for a horse lorry/trailer to the front of the stable blocks.
Stable Block 1
An excellent range of stables, adjoining the four car garage, constructed from concrete blocks with rendered and tiled roof, consisting of three stables all with extra wide stable doors, window, rubber matting, automatic water troughs, internal lighting and outside flooding lighting and external water tap.
Stable 1 4.3m x 4.5m
Stable 2 4.3m x 4.4m
Stable 3 (Foaling box) – 4.3m x 5.2m
Stable Block 2
A concrete block with render and tiled roof construction, all with extra wide stable doors, internal lighting and external flood lighting, comprising the following:
Stable 4/ Garage – 4.8m x 5.0m with twin opening doors combining a stabled style door, suitable for a stable or a vehicle store.
Stable 5 4.1m x 4.3m
Stable 6 4.1m x 4.2m
Stable 7 4.1m x 3.6m
There is approximately 6.26 acres (2.53 ha) situated to the rear of the stables accessed from the stable yard with a secondary road side access gate. The land provides excellent grazing with a water trough situated by the stable yard. There is possible potential to erect a manège to the rear of the stables, subject to the necessary consents. The property is within easy hacking distance of several country parks and the Five Pits Trail a 7.5 mile long multi user path.
A further parcel of land on the opposite side of Hilcote Lane extending to approximately 3.41 acres (1.38 ha) is available by separate negotiation, which is currently separated into two fields with post and rail fencing.
Services & Security System
With mains water and electricity, a private klargestor septic tank and an oil fired central heating system via the Rayburn cooking range with 2,500 litre oil tank. There is a CCTV security system covering the property, security floor lights, alarm system and electric gates with intercom system.
Fixtures and Fittings
Only those referred to in the particulars are included in the sale.
There is an overage clause on the land. Please contact the office for further details.
Council Tax Band
The property is in council tax band ‘F’.
Energy Performance Certificate
Rating D (64).
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist, whether or not they are defined in these particulars.
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