A lovely four bedroom house benefitting with views over the countryside, having an attractive garden and off road parking, located within the Peak District National Park. A stable, stone barn and paddock extending to approx. 1.5 acres may be available by separate negotiation.
Benstor House lies in a popular rural location outside the village of Great Hucklow in the Peak District National Park, approximately 18 miles to the South West of the City of Sheffield. Great Hucklow and the neighbouring larger village of Tideswell are popular villages with a range of amenities including local shops, post office, a café, public houses and a primary school. The house is surrounded by footpaths and bridleways across the National Park, excellent for those who enjoy the outdoors.
The property has recently been partly decorated offering a spacious four bedroomed property with many original features, which is situated in a rural location with far reaching views, yet very accessible. The property benefits from a sizable garden to the front, off road parking for two vehicles.
The accommodation comprises
The main entrance door leads into the Hallway, with stairs rising to the first floor together with storage.
13' 5'' x 12' 2'' (4.08m x 3.72m)
Leading from the hallway and a second door into the Kitchen, a spacious room having a window to the front overlooking the garden, original fireplace with a log burner.
12' 11'' x 21' 5'' (3.93m x 6.52m)
Leading from the Hallway, with dual aspect windows to the front and rear, a feature fireplace, a TV aerial point.
13' 7'' x 7' 9'' (4.14m x 2.35m)
With dual aspect windows to the rear and side, together with a range of floor and wall units with a freestanding electric oven, grill and hob, dishwasher, fridge, single sink and drainer.
3' 6'' x 7' 10'' (1.06m x 2.39m)
Accessed from the Kitchen, with shelving and a window into the rear porch.
Rear Entrance Porch
4' 11'' x 9' 4'' (1.51m x 2.85m)
With a door leading out to the rear, together with a window, radiator, washing machine and freezer together with a door leading into the Kitchen and downstairs WC with wash hand basin.
12' 0'' x 13' 1'' (3.67m x 4.0m)
A large double bedroom with a window to the front, radiator, feature ceiling beams and a built in wardrobe.
13' 5'' x 12' 0'' (4.09m x 3.66m)
A large double bedroom with a window to the front, radiator and feature exposed ceiling beams.
7' 9'' x 14' 2'' (2.36m x 4.32m)
A bedroom to the rear with a window to the rear, radiator and a built-in wardrobe.
8' 11'' x 6' 2'' (2.72m x 1.87m)
A single bedroom with a window to the front, radiator and a built-in storage cupboard.
12' 9'' x 7' 7'' (3.89m x 2.32m)
With a walk-in wet room shower going onto a separate room having a bath, WC, sink together with a window, radiator and airing cupboard with the hot water cylinder.
There is a garden to the front of the property which has views over the surrounding countryside together with a patio area for outside dining. The garden has planted borders with a range of tree, shrubs and plants a formal lawn and pond at the far corner. There is parking to the front of the property for numerous vehicles.
Land and Stable by Separate Negotiation
For those with equestrian interests an adjoining area consisting of 1.5 acres of grazing, may be available by separate negotiation, along with the stable, tack shed & stone barn.
There is a small paddock immediately in front of the stable with an area of concrete hard standing. There is a second paddock located to the side with water supply and stone wall boundaries.
The yard area to the front of the property provides parking for a number of vehicles together with space for a horse box.
The property has mains electricity and water with private drainage. The heating is by way of an oil fired central heating system kitchen with radiators situated in every room.
Rights of Way:
The property is let subject to rights of access for the landlords and other tenants to the remainder of the property.
Initial six months Assured Shorthold Tenancy and month by month basis thereafter.
Mid May 2019
Council Tax Band - E
EPC rating - E
From the centre of Tideswell head North East along the B6049 towards Hope. Continue to the crossroads of the A623 Opposite the Anchor Inn public house. Continue straight over the crossroads following the B6049. Follow the road for approximately half a mile and the property will be found on the left hand side indicated by our To Let Board.
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